Add a little whimsy to your walls with this giant textured plywood art piece. You can customize it to pretty much any color you'd like and still get the texture you see in the photo. Click through to find out the secret material that gives the paint it's texture.
If you're the type to wait until the last minute to come up with a Halloween costume (guilty as charged), here are a few homemade options that won't take a ton of time or money.
This charming little DIY project can be completed in less than an hour, and the final product is colorful and festive... perfect for holding Halloween treats, or even as a centerpiece for the coffee table.
I've always steered clear of donut recipes because I don't have a fryer and cooking things in grease kind of freaks me out, but that doesn't mean that I don't love donuts. So when I found a baked recipe that doesn't require frying, I got kind of excited. Plus, one of the three flavors is maple bacon. I mean, really!? I'm in.
It's October, y'all! The best month there ever was, in my humble opinion, and the official/unofficial start of The Holiday Season. If you're antsy to start celebrating, here are 12 stylish and festive DIY decor ideas to get your home ready for the holiday that kicks everything off: Halloween!
Liz Marie made over an old decorative bowl (pictured below) that didn't fit her decor. Using twine, hot glue, book
If you have a door or window in your home that you wish had a little more privacy, you'll definitely want to check out this tutorial. It's an inexpensive solution and you won't have to go through the headache of hanging blinds, etc.
Now that I live in a place where the weather changes from sunny to drizzly to bone-soaking-wet and back again multiple times in a single day, I'm thinking it might finally be time to get proper coat rack. This wood and copper version is really catching my eye at the moment -- plus it's a cinch to make!
Soup can luminary tutorials are plentiful, but Salt Tree's free printable patterns make them some of the prettiest
Science was never my best subject, but every now and then I find myself using a little book learning in my everyday life. And this project? Definitely one of those times. It turns out Sharpie marker ink mixed with rubbing alcohol creates a very striking effect. Add some ScotchBlue™ Painter's Tape
Maybe it's because I recently moved to Portland (and we've been experiencing the effects of Typhoon Pabuk for the last few days) but I'm totally digging this fun, cloud-shaped accent lighting idea.
Make these modern berry baskets from scratch with oven bake clay. They are perfect for small storage organization and look cool too.