Nail polish marbling is something I’ve always wanted to try. Some people use mugs, plates and vases for dipping in nail polish, I used faux wood blinds. After installing the faux wood blinds board and batten in the kitchen, I still had several pieces left. The white faux wood was the perfect candidate for my nail polish marbling.
A trip to ReStore and my lack of funds for a subway tile backsplash gave me the idea for this Board and Batten with Faux Wood Blinds. I needed new blinds and scored big time at ReStore paying only $12 for two sets. After I shortened them, I ended up with a few extra pieces. Nothing gets wasted in my home, so I used the blinds to create a kitchen backsplash.
This DIY Macrame project is something I decided to do on a whim. I used a mop refill and leftover beads. It's unique and adds a nice texture to the wall. A perfect project for a cold winter day.
I needed an umbrella stand for my deck. Buying a nice one wasn't an option (they go as high as $400), but luckily Ana White and Shanty2Chic shared a great tutorial for this inexpensive umbrella stand/side table.
Tomato cage Christmas trees are all over Pinterest. They are easy to make and cost next to nothing. I wanted to share with you how I styled my tomato cage tree this holiday season.