Super easy paper ornaments. These ornaments take about 20 minutes to make, I made these while watching tv at night.
Supplies you will need:
5 Sheets Paper (I used computer paper) ...
I wish I hadn't waited so long to do this! It was so fast, easy and inexpensive to take my yellowing refrigerator to white again!
So easy, I washed the fridge down with hot water and dish soap, taped off the handles used a sponge brush to go around the handles then used a foam roller to paint the rest! Used two coats of rustoleum appliance epoxy paint.
These artists are amazing! It's hard to believe some of these are made from paper I never would have guessed at first glance! There are more inspiring paper projects in the link below, I want to make all of these they are so beautiful!
#FallPreview I was looking for a simple and inexpensive fall project to make when I came up with this idea. This project was so easy! I used one red oak, one white oak and one maple leaf from my yard. I had some liquid gold leaf paint on hand as well as the frames. After picking the leaves from my yard (they were still green, picked directly from the trees) I painted the front sides of the leaves with the liquid gold leaf paint I did not paint the back side. Once they were dry, in about 30 minutes, I simply framed them in some frames I already had on hand. The leaves aren't flat in the frame due to a thick mat.
When I bought my house the kitchen was my least favorite room. The cabinets were an orange oak wood (so gross).... For a quick fix I just added some roped crown molding, new appliances and hardwood flooring. I couldn't stand the wood cabinets anymore. I also couldn't stand that the cabinets didn't go up to the ceiling.
I built the cabinets up to the ceiling using some 1 x 6's and molding. Using some left over wood, I attached blocks to the top of the cabinets, then attached the 1 x 6 pieces of wood to the blocks, then attached thin molding where the new wood and cabinets meet and installed crown molding. I also made a refrigerator surround! Painted the cabinets in a greige color, added new hardware and hinges! I still have to add a marble subway tile back splash and install a new counters most likely in marble or quartz but I LOVE how the kitchen looks now! What a difference for such a small amount of money. I spent roughly $230.00 on the cabinet makeover!
I have done two slightly different styles of Board & Batten one if my first floor bathroom and the other in my kitchen, if you need more information then the diagrams show feel free to go to my site for more details
These ornaments have been the easiest things I have ever made. I wish I had thought to use these sooner! Since I've repainted the majority of my house in different shades of gray this year, I wanted one of my Christmas trees to have gray incorporated. So I decided to use different shades of gray ribbon to make these ornaments.