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With the arrival of spring, come and ideas for furniture refreshing, is not it? It may be refreshing of some small pieces of furniture such as stool or chair, or some larger: a chest of drawers, table, bench, closet, shelf and others. Here we bring you some creative ideas that can help to breathe new life to many pieces of your furniture. For example, you can change the appearance of some individual pieces of furniture. In this way, they will get a new look, and your interior will be more comfortable and more beautiful.

Here are some helpful ideas to beautify the home with some simple makeover ideas for the furniture. All of these ideas are easy to make, and for their performance you do not need any special tools. All that you need is suitable spray paint, and a dozen of imagination. Tags: diy, furniture makeover, home makeover, makeover ideas, spray paint, spray paint makeover. Today I’m sharing with you a tutorial on how to mount a photo to canvas. This is just about the easiest project in the world, it takes 10 minutes from start until you leave it to dry and each photo costs less than $5.00 to make. It’s a heartfelt and inexpensive handmade gift. I love the outcome of this tutorial because you paint mod podge overtop in long, thin strokes which gives the photo a painted effect.

Materials: 8X10 photo printed on photo paper. We had them printed at our local photo processing place. (You may need to trim your photo slightly to fit the canvas)8X10 artist canvas (this is a piece of canvas stretched on a wood frame. Directions: Step 1: Using your foam brush paint around the outside edge of your canvas using acrylic paint in the color of your choice (I used black on one and robin’s egg blue on the other). Step 2: Allow to dry for a few minutes and then apply a thin layer of mod podge over the paint along the sides of the canvas. Step 6: Let dry.

Voila! Hi friends! It’s time for the much anticipated DIY photo canvas tutorial. Some of you glimpsed my photo canvases that are hanging in our upstairs hallway in a photo from my $71 laundry room reveal and I have received lots of questions about how I made them myself. THANK YOU to those who have patiently waited for me to get this post up :) So, without further delay, I am going to tell you how to make a DIY canvas for yourself! This post contains some affiliate links.

Click here to read my full disclosure policy. 1) First, choose the photo you want to create your canvas with and have it enlarged and printed to your chosen size at a photo lab on photo paper. 2) Buy a canvas in a corresponding size. 3) Using your foam brush, cover the top of your canvas with a layer of Mod Podge. 4) Place your photo on top of the Mod Podge covered surface and flatten it with your hands to ensure that it adheres nicely and be sure to smooth out any air bubbles.

This is a quick step. Cost and Time. As you all know, I am still working on my {Half Bathroom Remodel}. *Sigh* We have now added some shelving and I have been looking for some budget storage. Cheap, cute baskets can be hard to come by. So I racked my brain and came up with this wonderful substitute, turn boxes into baskets. Affiliate links are provided below for convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure. This basket is made from an ordinary cardboard box, 4 ply jute, a hot glue gun, many glue sticks, and a whole lot of love. First, using scissors, I cut the flaps off the box. Next, I wrapped my sad, flap-less box with the jute, gluing every bit of it along the way. Then, I continued wrapping and wrapping and wrapping. Finally, when I reach the top, I was so excited, as if I had just climbed my way to the peak of Mt. To finish off the basket, I quickly whipped up a custom size liner using inexpensive, white muslin fabric. I love the look and it really didn’t take too long.

Madigan made... a dollar store burner cover magnet board. I love cheap and simple projects! I first saw this idea at Brassy Apple (via Tatertots & Jello) and I've seen many other variations across blogland. Once I saw this project, I knew I wanted to make my own version. I found that the steps to making these magnetic memo boards were quite simple. - Pack of 2 metal burner covers (or a single pizza pie plate) from the dollar store - Spray paint - Sandpaper or file - Spray sealant - Mod Podge - Fun paper - Ribbon 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

I made this one and several other magnetic memo boards for the craft fair I went to back in November. Here are two others I made for the fair: I thought that these would be perfect in an office, kitchen, child's room or dorm room. You don't even have to use it as a magnet board. This InLinkz account has expired. Gift Wrapping Hack. I love my room, and I keep it the way I like; clean and stylish! People ask me why I put so much effort into decorating my room, and I tell them because, at the end of a tiring day, I want to return to a place which makes me happy. The other day I was telling my colleague to do anything to make her room look like she wants it to. She was upset because she wasn’t allowed to put posters on her wall, so I gave her a few ideas to do it without breaking the law.

So, that gave me an idea of digging some cool tricks to make your room prettier. You won’t have to do a lot of work and it will still do the magic. 1. Create Your Custom Marquee Sign Instead of putting on fairy lights directly on the wall, curtains etc, create your custom marquee sign. 2. Plants always look good, and a little green will fill up that empty void in your room. 3. All you have to do is take an old wooden board which has a vintage feel to it. 4. 5. 6. They are colourful and look really pretty. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. It is really a special way to make this great double bow tie with fork, for decoration on wall or fashion or gift wrapping. It’s tiny, but they are such a pain to make, and we can try to arrange a wall art (eg, bow tie heart, butterfly) with matching colors. Materials: ForkRibbonScissors. Water marbling is getting hotter now from nails, to glasses and here dinnerware.

It’s really a simple and clean design especially on a white background, looks incredible. The only challenge is to create the pattern of your own! Brooke from the YouTube channel WhatsUpMoms is here to show you a very easy method to create water marble designs on everything from coffee mugs to small plates using only nail polish, water. All we need to do is dip the items into the water immediately after adding nail polish (certain nail polishes will dry quickly even while in water, so be sure to act quickly).

Be sure not to put them in the dishwasher, as it can cause the nail polish to wear off. She recommends wash mugs with hands in order to keep the beautiful design intact. DIY Watercolour Mugs Tutorial via Domestic Fashionista Watercolour Mug Tutorial via Poppytalk Watercolour Coffee Mugs Video Tutorial via Kurtze Corner. Get Organized with Martha Stewart Crafts. Now that the holidays are behind us, it's time to work on those New Year's resolutions. One of ours? Get organized! We used our Martha Stewart Crafts® line to create these doable and decor driven projects that'll have you organized in no time.

Pick an accent color that pops with your room decor when you paint these simple storage boxes. Tutorial via Plaid Online Want an instant lift to transform your desk from a disaster to divine? Tutorial via Plaid Online We have another way to gear up and get organized - we used Embellished Metallic Trim and Martha Stewart Crafts decoupage to create this sweet set. Tutorial via Plaid Online The color palette of vintage map papers add insta-chic to any room with these decoupaged accessories. Pretty notebooks make us take better notes! Tutorial on Plaid Online This versatile storage box is perfect for holding odds and ends! Tutorial via Plaid Online Get your travel essentials organized in style with this stenciled makeup bag.

Tutorial Via Plaid Online. Crafts. What can you do with the remaining Popsicle sticks after making Popsicle at home? Popsicle sticks are arts-and-crafts’ best friend, and for good reason. They can be incorporated into just about anything, and are the perfect building blocks for any crafty art project. There are dozens of popsicle crafts available online, but it’s rare to see crafters wearing them like this.

It only takes a popsicle stick, some boiling water and your creativity to make these super cute bracelets. Put popsicles into boiling water for about an hour. Once they’re soft, bend the popsicle sticks inside a small cup to create a round shape. After the popsicle sticks form into a desired shape, proceed to leave them out to dry in the sun for a full day. Use double sided tape if extra material, such as fabric, is used. After you’re done decorating, use Mod Podge to keep everything together.

Your bracelet is complete.