Turning discarded books into unique wall art is such an inexpensive, easy project that is unique, beautiful and you can customize it with whatever words you would like on yours! It costs less than $10 to make one.
Get the details to make your own at the Knick of Time blog here --->> http://knickoftimeinteriors.blogspot.com/2014/02/repurposed-book-page-canvas-hymn-art.html
We don’t entertain in our home very often, but when we do, table and counter space is always in short supply. By the time I put plates, cups, napkins and utensils out, it doesn’t leave much space for the food, and I usually end up with some things on the counters, and some on the table, and hot items get left on top of the stove. A tiered stand helps stretch your space further, and it doesn’t need to be put away when the entertaining ends, because it can hold so many other things, and save some counter space. My husband loves to have a tiered stand to hold K-cups, and I like to use them as a catch-all for all the things that would normally clutter up my counters.
Most homes generate lots of empty tin cans in the course of a year, and although they can be recycled, I prefer to repurpose them - after all the are free, durable and plentiful, and there are hundreds of ways to use them and thousands of new looks to give them.
I love the look of old weathered wood, but it isn't always easy to come by. I'll show you how to create that look on unfinished new wood in less than 1 hour!
I love the Bamboo Typography Floor Mats sold by Decor Steals, and even though it was a reasonable price, it was still higher than my budget, so I decided to make my own version, and I saved a bunch of money doing it!
See all the details at the Knick of Time blog at the link.
I love burning candles in jars -especially during the holidays, but I hate to throw out the jars once the candle is burned out.
But what do you do with the jar now?
I’m going to show you how to create a twinkling potpourri light that’s pretty enough to give as a gift!