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When we moved into our current rental, it had a hideous ceiling fan and light hanging in just about the oddest place you could put it. Needless to say, it was the first thing to go. This left us with the dilemma of not having a light source in our dining and living room. I found an oversized shade at IKEA and hung it on a cord and socket (also from IKEA). This solution brought the light that we needed, but the shade was missing something. Its white interior was stark and boring. silver-leafed lampshade silver-leafed lampshade
Gulliga ulliga grytunderlägg | Pysselbolaget Gulliga ulliga grytunderlägg | Pysselbolaget Dagen pyssel är ett lätt-som-en-plätt pyssel men kräver tillgång till ullpärlor. Vi har köpt våra här men man kan göra dem själv. Beskrivning på det finns här.
Happy Spring Break friends! I have been doing everything except taking a break! My oldest three are visiting their grandparents, so I have used this time to get some serious crafting done… Woohoo! First on the list to share with you… DIY Kentwood Bookcase DIY Kentwood Bookcase
Hi friends! I hope you all had a great weekend! I’m so excited to share my latest project with you! This one is super cheap, easy, and doesn’t require a power tool! DIY Coasters and Free Printables! DIY Coasters and Free Printables!
Hey hey!! I love my project that I am sharing with you guys today! Check out my Wine Bottle Wall Vase! These are the supplies I used to make them. Wine Bottle Wall Vase Wine Bottle Wall Vase
Today I’m loving this super simple DIY Magazine Display project from Stefanie of Ohhh… Mhhh…. All you need is a nice blank wall (a little breakfast nook or home office corner would be perfect), some metal hangers, and a few strategically placed nails. Voila! Easy DIY Magazine Display from Ohhh... Mhhh... Easy DIY Magazine Display from Ohhh... Mhhh...
DIY Modern Typography Art
Ever been to IKEA? Ever visited the IKEA Hackers site? Well, here's my hack. I bought three cork heat boards that I turned into fabric covered cork boards & you can too. Fully functional & pretty, not to mention super easy! You'll need a hot glue gun, scissors, fabric, cork & a pen or fabric marker. IKEA Hack: Fabric Covered Cork Board Tutorial IKEA Hack: Fabric Covered Cork Board Tutorial
Pallet Possibilities {Pallet Wall}
Day 24: Fancy Schmancy Hand Towels and Dishcloth-a-Day Day 24: Fancy Schmancy Hand Towels and Dishcloth-a-Day I've mentioned before how mundane tasks are easier for me to do if I can find some way to add a little cuteness. It's why I digi-scrap all my recipes and why I made a cutesy chore chart for myself. It's why I'm thinking about spray painting my washer and dryer and hanging a chandelier in my laundry room/garage -- but don't tell my husband. He'll try to talk me out of it. But that is a project for another day . . . today I'm cute-ing up in a much simpler way.
Diamond Tufted Ottoman. Whew! I'm totally excited to share my latest with you all because it proves, once again, that you don't have to be a professional to make beautiful things. And if I can do it, so can you! Now, that's not to say you won't wake up the next morning with sore fingertips and stiff muscles, but, trust me, it's worth it! Here's the finished product... I'm loving it! Diamond Tufted Ottoman. Whew!