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Daily Fancies — DIY:  Fancy Flower Letters This simple and chic... 50 Budget Decorating Tips You Should Know! Upholstery Tips and Tricks. DIY Stencil Sharpie Pillow. While decorating our guest bedroom and searching for fun accent pillows, I began to realize that every pillow I loved was way out of my price range.

DIY Stencil Sharpie Pillow

At $50-$100 each, the high end pillows I drooled over just weren't reasonable for my thrift store budget. So, I decided to make my own. Since I needed a black and white pillow, I decided the easiest route would be to sew a simple envelope pillow from white canvas material and use a sharpie to draw on my pattern. This is what I created. a simple yet bold graphic pillow that pairs perfectly with solid pillows,and is the perfect addition to our simple white bedding. My inspiration was the Kravet Windsor Smith Riad fabric seen everywhere. Painting Designs on Walls: Creative Stencil Ideas.

I love the look of painting designs on walls: creative stencil ideas.

Painting Designs on Walls: Creative Stencil Ideas

Not only does it look great, the price is much more affordable than wallpaper and when the look is no longer your thing, it’s very easy to throw up a fresh coat of paint and change a room’s direction! Cutting Edge Stencil has tons of stencils… Remember my houndstooth pillow!?! I love this pattern…a duotone textile pattern often in black and white, NOT always (keep reading)! How to Make Mason Jar Soap Dispensers - Love Grows Wild. AddThis What's Next Recommended for you lovegrowswild.com Hide Show.

How to Make Mason Jar Soap Dispensers - Love Grows Wild

Using Rope to Repurpose Cans. Hi Everyone!

Using Rope to Repurpose Cans

Hope you all had a nice weekend! Mine was very productive. All day Saturday, I worked on adding category labels to my blog so you can find what you're looking for a lot easier (you can find that on left side), adding buttons to my 'I Party Here' page, spray painting a few items from blah to beauty and a couple other crafts. This mini project however, is one I actually did last week. I've always wanted to try this ever since I saw it on Pinterest some time back. For this project you will need: Can/s of whatever size your darling heart desires Rope (I purchased 50 ft at Home Depot for under $6) Hot glue gun Glue sticks (obviously, right?) $10 Tiered Jewelry Trays {Using mostly Supplies From Dollar Tree!} Man, have I been checking off some small projects from my Pinterest to-do list lately!

$10 Tiered Jewelry Trays {Using mostly Supplies From Dollar Tree!}

And let me tell ya... it feels good! Check out my latest feel-good project: This particular project felt good to make because 1.) It was EASY and 2.) It was CHEAP! But even if you were to go out and buy everything you need, you would only be leaving the store with $10 less in your pocket (that's if you're nothing like me and actually only buy what you went in the store to buy!) DIY Tiered Jewelry Tray What you need to create this little beauty: - 3 trays from Dollar Tree (2 round and 1 rectangular) - 2 glass candle holders from Dollar Tree - Superglue (got mine at...you guessed it, Dollar Tree) - Primer (optional) - Spray paint in the color you fancy *You can customize the material list to create your very own one of a kind piece. How to make it: The first thing you want to do is prime and spray paint your trays (and candle holders, if you choose.

Isn't it pretty? Spray Painted Tin Cans As Planters {Summer Spruce-Up Series} Since our Summer Spruce-Up Planters party is just a couple days away (Wow!

Spray Painted Tin Cans As Planters {Summer Spruce-Up Series}

Does time fly or what?) I thought I'd share how I repurposed some plain cans into colorful planters! You may have already seen these babies here, in my back patio makeover post, but I added some minor changes that I really am loving! So without further rambling, here are the stars of this post: $10 Gallery Ledges Built From Anna White Plans. These awesome ledges are something I've been wanting to build for such a long time!

$10 Gallery Ledges Built From Anna White Plans

At least 6 months! Why things we are itching to do end up taking a long time to make a reality, I don't know, but man am I glad this one is checked off my to- do list! DIY Rock Art {Vacation Keepsake} It was totally in my favor that I saw this post from Alyssa at Clever Nest before leaving on vacation with my family.

DIY Rock Art {Vacation Keepsake}

It inspired me to make this rock art that would remind us of the awesome time we would be having together. Her awesome rock vacation keepsake set me on a mission as we enjoyed our day in Santa Monica Beach... You can see more vacation photos here. I collected a total of 15 fabulous rocks and 1 very old- but cool looking sea shell (bottom left corner) and couldn't wait to get home to make my keepsake!

DIY Rock Art {Vacation Keepsake} DIY Fridge Mats/Coasters. Have you guys seen the fridge mats/coasters that lay on top of each shelf in your refrigerator and are supposed to make cleaning up messes easier?

DIY Fridge Mats/Coasters

No Sew Pillow Cover Made From Napkins. Hi everyone!

No Sew Pillow Cover Made From Napkins

Today I'm going to show you how to whip up your very own removable pillow covers without the aid of a sewing machine! These are great to hide any old/ugly pillows or just update your color scheme in a zip! I actually have a sewing machine (a good friend gave me hers about a month ago, thanks Naomi!) Easy DIY Magnetic Dry Erase Board. I love checklists. I don't know what's more fun, writing them out or checking them off, but checklists are definitely on my top favorite things to do list....I know, I'm weird. Now, if they could only do the things I write on them for me then I would be set!

When I was a little girl I would write down "go to school" on my to do list (like I had a choice, right?) , along with "play" and" take a shower". Hey, I was only 8 and those things were important to me; education, fun time and cleanliness. Upcycled Oatmeal Container To A Headband Organizer. Follow Restoration Beauty and always be updated on all the fun! Hey, everyone! Today I'm going to show you another thrifty {pretty much free}, quick and easy little project. And yes, totally got this idea on Pinterest. If you have little girls in your home, this post is for you! Get ready to get those headbands out of that miscellaneous drawer and out and organized! Can you believe this was made out of an oatmeal container?

Rain Gutter Bookshelves. Why miss a post? Follow Restoration Beauty via one of the following and always be updated! I'm so excited about today's post because it's another project I could check off my Pinterest To Do's! These bookshelves made out of rain gutters (yes, you read that correctly) are nothing new. In fact, I've seen them roaming around blogland for quite some time now. And for good reason: they're AWESOME! I mean, seriously, check them out for yourself and tell me you don't instantly get the desire to try this simple little project: Yeah, that's what I thought...Pretty cool, huh?

These fabulous rain gutter bookshelves are cheap, easy, quick and pretty! One 10 ft vinyl rain gutter will cost you just under $6, and a set of caps (what you attach to the end of each shelf) are also just under $6!!