In honor of Thanksgiving, this week's Iron Craft Challenge was to make something for the table i.e. napkin rings, runners, center pieces etc. I am not hosting Thanksgiving at my house, so I decided to make something for my Christmas table instead.
We had my RSC winter formal last weekend at Spirit Ranch.
Sorry for the extra long title, but I really wanted to hit that point home...they had been sitting in the basement since we put the tile floor in the bathroom (2 years ago)!
By ea on May 23, 2011 | Reply i never knew staining bottles could be that easy. thanks for sharing!
For our second DIY basic , we’re staying on the theme of easy ways to repurpose glass items. Since this week’s food theme is beer , we’re serving up an easy way to transform your beer bottles into beautiful bud vases. These are great project for sprucing up your home and make the perfect hostess or housewarming gift.
Geometric "topiaries" inspired by the paper sculptures of Isamu Noguchi stand on both sides of this swimming pool.
I needed a big change in the bedroom. In the midst of trying to put together the nursery we are I am also, in fact, trying to assemble some sort of fashionable master bedroom.
I’ve wanted to do another wine cork project for our bar area for a while, but wasn’t sure how I wanted to use the corks we’ve been saving. The hubs and I went over to our neighbors’ house last week for impromptu s’mores (awesome neighbors, right?) and I had total craft envy of the wine cork “E” Allie had made for their kitchen.
This is a no painting skills required DIY painting.
I joined a Pinterest a little more than a month ago and have been slowly falling in love with it ever since.
Glass etching is really in right now.
A couple weeks ago, I found a paint-by-number at an unbeatable price.