Ansie shows us how to make a tin can stars that she then turned into a curtain/wall hanging out The outcome is nothing less than extraordinary. If you agree and want to make one of your own, here's what you'll need to make the stars:
Kevin Champeny is the mastermind behind this 32" in diameter gummy bear chandelier. It's constructed of approximately 5,000 acrylic bears. Each bear is hand-strung, making the process take about two months to complete.
these coasters are wooden and handmade.
i used scroll saw, wood and acrilic paint. by sergun
You all know that many hideous side tables lurk in the furniture section of secondhand shops. Although, occasionally you'll find some not-so-hideous side tables that would be fine left as is. Much to the dismay of many blog readers, painting wood really sometimes is "A Good Thing". Mother and daugther design team, Suzanne and Lauren of Good Bones Great Pieces, show you what they found and exactly how they handily freshened them up to merge into a light, bright, airy room.
It's true. Studies have shown that certain colors can stimulate your appetite which may, in turn, make you put on the poundage.
Got a closet? Need a home office? No worries. With some advice from Country Living you can transform a closet--like the one pictured above--into a home office--like the one pictured below.
Advice from the pros:
- Your new desk can be nothing more than a couple of standard filing cabinets (shot with Krylon) with wheeled stands attached to their bottoms for easy moving. ...
Say Goodbye to Red #40 and Yellow #5
I am on a quest to find ways to dye food naturally rather than using mystery chemicals in traditional food coloring.
Recently, I decorated these cupcakes using an easy buttercream frosting and berry powder blend. mmm...
Every time I come to a garden center or nursery in the spring, I'm always dazzled by all those beautiful flowers and varied colors. I find myself wanting to take them all home, but that's really not the best approach for the well-designed garden.
To help me focus, I let color be my guide. A simple rule of thumb I follow is to choose plants that either have blooms or foliage in the same color family. The good news is that there are lots of...