Letter Art « 346 Living. 6 Jun Hi All!
Hope your Monday is going well. We all know the zinc letters at Anthropologie, right? Well they’re totally cute but at $18 a pop, that just won’t do. I decided to DIY them by using paper mache letters I got at Joann Fabrics. I sprayed it pretty heavy so I could get that blotchy uneven look. And here they are hung up in the kitchen! Ok next up! Tutorials by Lee. 25 clever ideas to make life easier.
Via: amy-newnostalgia.blogspot.com Why didn’t I think of that?!
We guarantee you’ll be uttering those words more than once at these ingenious little tips, tricks and ideas that solve everyday problems … some you never knew you had! (Above: hull strawberries easily using a straw). Via: apartmenttherapy.com Rubbing a walnut over scratches in your furniture will disguise dings and scrapes. Via: unplggd.com Remove crayon masterpieces from your TV or computer screen with WD40 (also works on walls). Via: athomewithrealfood.blogspot.com Stop cut apples browning in your child’s lunch box by securing with a rubber band.
Via: marthastewart.com Overhaul your linen cupboard – store bedlinen sets inside one of their own pillowcases and there will be no more hunting through piles for a match. Via: realsimple.com Pump up the volume by placing your iPhone / iPod in a bowl – the concave shape amplifies the music. Stencils/Patterns/Ideas. Craft Passion: Free Craft Pattern & Tutorial. 80 How-To Sites Worth Bookmarking. Sitting on my dining room table, I currently have half a dozen projects in various states of doneness.
Some involve vivisected computer parts, others will eventually be wearable and a few are just cool things I’ve ran across on the internet. I like doing things myself — I think the DIY bug is one of the best communicable diseases in the lifehack community. These eighty sites are the places I turn to when I’m trying to figure out how to accomplish any particular goal. Any time I’m facing a new project, I start searching for how-tos that will help me figure out how other people did similar things and how likely I am to finish the project with all ten fingers still intact. I’ve broken them up into a few different categories, just to help you narrow down what you might be looking for.
Every How-To They Can Get Their Hands On These ten sites are more than happy to host any how-to around. Become a Technophile in Ten Easy Steps Habitat Hacks You Can Live With. DIY Designer Knock-Off Things to Make. Song Lyric Wall Art / D.I.Y. Project - A Beautiful Mess - StumbleUpon. Impress Rubber Stamps: rubber stamps and card making ideas. Makeovers for Garage Sale Gems. Before: Boring & Basic Unattractive TV cabinets are thrift shop regulars.
Take a boring cabinet and turn it into a show stopper by transforming it into a bedside table. After: Cute & Functional Start by removing the wheels and installing new wooden furniture feet. Then prime and paint the cart. Next, remove the doors and decoupage the fronts with decorative paper. Cut a new back for the cart from 1/4-inch plywood and decoupage it with coordinating paper.
30 Low-Cost Cabinet Makeovers: Save Money... Dramatic Accent Add drama to your kitchen by contrasting light-color cabinetry with a dark-stained cabinet.
The glass front on the espresso cabinets keeps the section from feeling heavy and is a chic way to display glassware. The mix of cabinets complement the multicolor tile backsplash, giving the kitchen a dramatic, cohesive look. My Color Finder: Test paint colors without picking up a brush. Be Blogged : Wall Art. I am going to start a new feature on the website- Wall Art Wednesdays.
I have noticed during proofing sessions that people are often overwhelmed by the number of beautiful images of their family and don't quite know what to do with them all. I then see them struggle to narrow it down to just one "large" print and then leave several images they love behind just because they weren't sure what to do with them. The other tactic I regularly see is they order several 5x7's and 4x6's but still don't get everything they want. I love it when my customers are able to purchase the session disc or one of the collections that include it because I really want you to have every single image! I don't want you to leave anything behind! We have been told over and over by Kodak that a big print is 8x10 and a really big print is 16x20 but when you look at a single 16x20 on a wall it often looks kind of lonely! Lessons Empty walls are all too common in our homes. Whatever the reason, enough is enough!