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Materials Decoupage Furniture Materials: -- Furniture piece -- Cleaner
Some of the best projects are also the most simple, and it doesn’t get much more “back to basics” than these paper punched Easter eggs. Simple and classic, they take just a few minutes to make and will last for many springs to come! Materials: 5/8″ paper punch
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S ome of the holiday gifts I created this past season were born of a fallen birch tree. The pieces I enjoyed creating the most this ye ar were birch photo holders. Inspired by the sea, I decided to f ashion a new design for an original card/art/photo holder from the ever-growing ocean stone collection I h ave g athered from the beaches near our home! Now we c an create a stone c ard holder just for you! Perh aps it will hold a seasonal card on your nature table, a special photo, or your children's artwork!
Materials: Expedit Description: When my wife and I walked into a swanky expensive design shop here in Lund, Sweden there was a shelving unit that had random heights for each shelf. Very cool but way out of the reach of our budget. See pic on left.
The question is how to renovate your bathroom or kitchen without breaking the bank. Let's talk about bathrooms first... If you absolutely hate the tiles in your bathroom, you can actually paint the tiles.
Ann Whitman, who works in our Burlington, VT, garden center, shows a pair of terrariums she created on a snowy afternoon. You may already have a container that you’d like to showcase; if not, you can find large glass containers — either open at the top or closed — at craft stores. Closed containers hold more humidity and create a jungle-like atmosphere. Open containers are ideal for cactus and succulent gardens, as well as other plants that prefer less humidity.
I am one of those not-so-good-at-watering-plants kind of girls, but I love plants at the same time. Makes no sense, right? Thankfully, terrariums allow you to add the airy, natural feel of plants to any room without the fuss of caring for them. Today my guest blogger, Rebecca D.
Classic Drawer Bulletin Board If a dresser is too junky to save, use one of its drawers for a creative bulletin board. Paint the drawer to renew its life. Then cut corkboard to the size of the inside of the drawer and glue in place. Cover the board with pretty paper.
FINISHED LENGTH: approx 4 1/2 ft, from top of ring to bottom tail. Will hold up to a 9″ diameter basket, container or bowl. 50 yards gray 6mm braided macrame cord 1 - 2″ welded ring (treated, not raw metal) 4 large hole gray marbella beads 16 smaller gray marbella beads for tail cords
Another thing I got up to during my week long Making Friday was to make a hanging succulent garden in my studio. It all started with the impulse buy of a magnificent Burro’s Tail from Aspen Flowers in Loop Street, and next thing I was googling macrame tutorials on the internet. Just look at how it turned out! It all came together quite quickly, after I learned how to make a really easy macrame hanger that’s not too desperately retro.
Hi, sweets. Here’s a very easy tutorial to make your own lavender garland. It looks pretty and smells even prettier.