I love finding ways to bring new life to old things. I had these cabinet doors in my garage for quite some time so I decided to get crafty and turn them into a chalkboard bistro sign! I love how it turned out and it is now on my front porch where I change up the words on it to fit each season.
I wanted to share with you today a quick, easy DIY craft you can do that looks great in any of your home décor or craft projects!!
These ruffled flowers can be made with basically scraps! I just used some scrap fabric and cardstock. With a little hot glue, and a few extra minutes, you can make one or a ton.
I am so excited to share this project with you! It's one that we have been talking about doing for quite a while and have finally gotten around to doing it!
My husband brought into our marriage his beat up little dresser that he has used for probably most of his life (don't tell him I called it "beat up", please!). When we were planning Hayden's nursery, instead of buying a new dresser we decided to just give him Daddy's old one. We have been planning on fixing it up for a while, it just never happened. Until now...
I introduce to you, Daddy's old dresser!!
These clips look good enough to eat! I used a stamp set by Stampin Up! to stamp out the ice cream cones. Then, I mixed a little white Dreamweaver's embossing paste with someVintage Pink Glimmer Mist and applied it with a paint brush. After the embossing paste dried, it left a fun texture that looks liker creamy ice cream! I then adhered the ice cream cones to a paperclip with foam adhesive.
I love the look of really tall candlesticks, but hate the price that usually comes with them! I decided to try to make my own with a little help from my husband! We grabbed one baluster from our home improvement store, cut it in half, painted it, and then using some wood glue we adhered square wood blocks to the tops and bottoms.