Modge Podge vs White Glue
Vinyl plank flooring vs pergo (laminate)
I currently have stinky dirty carpeting in my living room and I want to replace it with a durable flooring that can stand up to dogs and kids.
How to remove popcorn ceiling that has been painted?
Does having a paint over a popcorn ceiling change how I'd remove the popcorn ceiling?
Curb side find! What would you do?
I found this in the curb this morning on my way to work. Needless to say I'm late :) does anyone know anything about this piece? What would you do with it? Paint? Res... See more
Help please! What color for the front door?
We're remodeling this 1930's house. We have a new red metal roof & plan to keep the white siding. What would you suggest as a front door color? I love bright, bold co... See more
I hate my marble tables, they are outdated. What to do?
I have 3 of these, this round one and 2 square end tables. They all have marble tops and fruitwood colored wood. They are outdated and need updating. I don't like cha... See more
Advice for what to do with my Singer Sewing Table...
I found a GORGEOUS singer sewing table that I'm dying to bring some life back into, but I'm terribly afraid of ruining the original charm and character. Here's the ma... See more
Can antique bed be saved?
This antique bed has been in storage for the last 20 years. I recently pulled it out and it's seems so damaged I'm ready to throw it away. It's cracked, warped and di... See more
Get a small tub of Mod Podge, get a bottle of white school glue, and a small can of latex paint.
Sniff each one and observe what you smell.
You may notice that the Mod Podge smells a little bit like a mixture of the school glue and the latex paint. I'd bet that Mod Podge uses water AND a latex paint emulsifier to make Mod Podge into Mod Podge. And THAT may be ONE reason the school glue and water thing does not work well hardly at all, ever.