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I have no idea what this website says (though I could use Google translate), but I don’t really need to. The image above says it all – someone brilliant built a couch from pallets and foam. This would be the perfect couch for me because I have so many books and items that I like to reference on a regular basis . . . and I would put them on those shelves. The one change I would need to make is the addition of some huge bolster pillows so I could sleep on my couch as well. Yep, if I built this then I could basically live on it.
Now that Mookie is eating lots of baby food, I have all these cute little jars sitting on my counters because I just can't bear to throw them away. So I've been looking for some fun ideas to recycle and reuse the jars. At the bottom of this post are some different tutorials from around the web, but first I wanted to share a little project I made last night. Personalized Tea Light Holders
Making a customized clock for your space is easier than you might think, all you need is a kit or parts from an old clock and a few other supplies (paint, mod podge, wood disk, etc., depending on the project). You can make them exactly the size you need or personalize to make lovely gifts.
"The art of simplicity is a puzzle of complexity" - Doug Horton I love coming up with new ways to display all the pictures of our family. This project was done last year when I made my parents this photo block puzzle of their grandson. It is a wonderful and creative way to share memories with everyone and test their puzzle skills at the same time! Plus, instead of just getting one puzzle, you actually can get up to 6!
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I made my own giant mercury glass vases! I have been really inspired by all the mercury glass I see on DIY blogs and in stores. You start to see more and more of it around the holidays.
Recently I’ve seen a few crafty ideas around the internet using epsom salts, but I wanted to come up with something different. I’ve been itching to make some new luminaries, something that would be elegant and pretty against winter’s white snow.
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Once in awhile I'll come up with a project that I get a little obsessed with and can't stop making. This decoupaged lace container that I made for Better Homes and Gardens was one of those projects. It all started with my love of textured pottery, but as I've been embracing my more feminine side lately, I was drawn to using lace as well.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 2011 | Comments: 75 I know Spring has arrived when my daughters start bringing me bouquets of freshly picked (and incredibly tiny) flowers. Their heartfelt offerings of Snowdrops, Violets & Bluebells make the most charming gifts, however, finding a vase to hold them is not an easy task (many times these clippings are under 2-inches in height).
Years ago I made Christmas ornaments with this method in red and white paints which I still hang on my tree. So when I was taking down the holiday decorations the other day, I thought why not try it with a vase. For that matter, you could do it with pretty much anything you’d like to add a little color to.
April 8th, 2009