I'm trying to make matching candlestick holders with my center piece. I read that i could use Mod Podge and Epson salt. I tested it out on a wine glass of mine but I find it to bumpy and salt will flake off when touched. Maybe I can grind the salt down some and use a clear coat spray paint?? Would greatly appreciate any input! Thanks!
I was looking for someway to fill a wall space in my livingroom. I found this idea in a magazine and loved it but knew I couldn't afford the price they wanted. So, one day while shopping in the dollar store I found these mirrors and decided I would make my own version. the results are as follows:
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Ok Hometalkers, I really need your help with this one! I've been staring at this empty grey wall in my bedroom for literally MONTHS, and it's time to do something about it. I feel like there are so many possibilities that I just can't come to a decision. Different things I was thinking I'd like to display are inspirational quotes, a nature scene, my old photos.. but I'm really open to anything! Thanks in advance!
This is wallpaper at a hotel, and I'd really like to replicate this textured effect on one wall in my room at home, perhaps with different colors. Any suggestions in terms of method? Once I have the background color, what would be the best way to get that textured effect in a similar shape?Thank you, lovely Hometalkers!