Liz Marie made over an old decorative bowl (pictured below) that didn't fit her decor. Using twine, hot glue, book
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
Lately I've developed a slight obsession with spray paint. There's something about its transformative powers that I just can't resist. Soon everything in my home will be a different color than it was when I got it. And I'm drawing lots of inspiration from the internet... here are ten of my very favorite ideas.
I'll admit it, I love to entertain and I'm a sucker for a good looking table. And I love to make stuff. So I was thrilled to find so many simple ideas for updating mugs, plates, trays and even silverware. Check out my favorite DIY updates for your tabletop after the jump.
Mel's making those of us who roundup look bad. Case in point: a couple days ago she posted one that included 106 (if my math is right) clock makeovers. There is, literally, something
File this under the "why didn't I think of that?" category. With vacation mode winding down and a new school year upon us, most of us could use a few tips to help everyday life run a bit more smoothly. But the best part about these genius ideas is that you most like already have all the materials you need right in your home.
Fall is here and with the new season comes packed schedules for kids and adults alike. If your life could use some highly-visible, analog-style organization, here's a super easy DIY project from Chelsey at The Paper Mama.
The pass-through bar countertop of Virginia's kitchen was tiled in a 1980's pattern that took over the entire space. Actually, the pattern itself was rather interesting, it was the color-combo that drove Virginia nuts. She decided to paint the tile
Admittedly, I'm not the greatest cook. In fact, I struggle with making a single meal without setting off the fire alarm. There is, however, one thing I can definitely help with when it comes to dinner parties and alike, as things get closer to the holidays. And that is decorating. You can count on me for table top DIYs and beyond, if you ever need help in that department. Though, I suspect you're pretty good at that stuff as well. So it's probably easier to just give you a list of cool DIY ideas for placemats, tablecloths, and napkins. Ready?
Cassoulets are my ideal comfort food, hearty, rich and full of stewed goodness.
The dish originates in the old Languedoc region of France, a favourite among peasants who used inexpensive pork and mutton cuts along with white beans to create a simple, robust meal.
While I do love a modern and clean look, I'm always partial to the relaxed vibe that a simple farmhouse aesthetic offers. From dinged up wooden furniture to the farmhouse sink, anyone can feel cozy in this type of home!
Pretty store bought serving trays often have not-so-pretty price tags. But lucky for us, there are tons of easy DIY solutions to this problem. Here are ten of my favorite handmade tray projects.
I almost feel like a broken record when I say this, but I truly cannot get enough of budget-friendly makeover projects these days. It's one thing to spend tens of thousands of dollars on a fancy remodel, but it is quite another to create a beautiful space with very little cash.