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DIY Dixie Cup Garland. Aug 10 Cuteness alert coming right at you, but how fun is this little DIY project, guys?

DIY Dixie Cup Garland

I found the original inspiration on Pinterest (the ‘lamp shades’ were covered in Hallowe’en hued paper) but figured I’d give it a go using my fave hues. Wouldn’t this garland be absolutely fabulous for a bridal shower, an outdoor wedding and or even the most perfect addition to a nursery in lieu of a night light? Check out the awesome step by step photos below shot by the always wonderful Jenna. Craft on, beauties! Make your own dry erase board. A re you ready for maybe the easiest home craft ever? Awesome. Because today, I’m giving you a nifty, attractive little tool that NOT ONLY will make your kitchen, mud room, office or cubicle THAT MUCH more personal and chic, I’m also giving you the ability to ORGANIZE your LIFE. Naturally I’m talking about making a dry erase board. What you’ll need: – 1 frame – 1 piece of scrapbook paper The Steps: 1) Take the back off the frame and remove the gratuitous picture paper that came with the frame. 2) Flip that gratuitous picture paper over, so it just shows the white side. 3) Cut your scrapbook paper to fit the size of the frame. 4) Place the newly sized scrapbook paper against the glass, pretty side out. 5) Place the flipped over gratuitous picture paper in the frame, with the white side out. 6) Reattach the backside of the frame.

Brenna’s paper capiz shell chandelier. I love wax paper for packing lunches; i wrap sandwiches in a piece of wax paper and tie it like a present with a little cotton string. it’s so much better looking than a plastic bag. wax paper comes in handy for more things than i realized, like rolling it up to use for a funnel, or how about rubbing a piece of wax paper on the top of your shower curtain rod to cut down on that terrible screeching in the morning…problem solved. but who knew that if you iron layers of wax paper together it looks remarkably similar to a capiz shell? This discovery brought me to today’s project: the faux capiz chandelier. hung over your dining table, or outside at an outdoor dinner party, it is an easy solution to a dramatic light fixture and will look phenomenal in either setting. i hope you enjoy making your own as much i did!

-brenna CLICK HERE for the full how-to after the jump! Matthew Taylor Wilson for Society6 Grow Where You Are Planted Art Print. 1246 rue Sainte-Catherine O.

Matthew Taylor Wilson for Society6 Grow Where You Are Planted Art Print

Draped Shade Curtain. 1246 rue Sainte-Catherine O.

Draped Shade Curtain

Montréal H3G 1P1 (514) 874-0063 HEURES D'OUVERTURE: 10h00 - 21h00 Lundi au vendredi 10h00 - 19h00 Samedi 11h00 - 18h00 Dimanche. Vaso de vinil. Before & after: toolbox wall organizer. Though they have no hope of holding all my supplies, there’s something about the look and feel of these old toolboxes that I just love.

before & after: toolbox wall organizer

Why it never occurred to me to turn such a beautifully designed item into a wall display as Kim has done here, I will never know, but I’m thankful she’s shown the way. A jewelry designer on the side, Kim needed a place to store her supplies and some of her finished pieces in her studio. This rustic toolbox provides the perfect tiny shelves to tuck things away, and looks much more unique and elegant than the standard pegboard or shelving solution. I may not have the exact same materials as Kim, but I’m definitely tempted to adapt her idea for a lovely display.

Great work, Kim! Have a Before & After you’d like to share? Read the full post after the jump! Make It: Jewelry Hangy-Thingamabob. EmailEmail So I took a wee break from the web for a little while, partly because of For Japan with Love on Friday (which you can read in an update on Ever-Ours kicked ass so far) and partly because we spent the weekend picking up just…a ton of adult furniture.

Make It: Jewelry Hangy-Thingamabob

It might not be very adult to refer to new furniture as adult furniture…but we’re not used to being all domesticated and shit. Extreme Jewelry Organizer. Vintage-style bedroom. 5 steps to a country-style bedroom Love the country decorating look?

Vintage-style bedroom

Create a beautifully rustic bedroom or guest bedroom with our 5 key steps. We quiz 25 Beautiful Homes' decorating expert, Penny Botting for her top tips. No stranger to stunning readers' homes, Penny knows exactly how to get the country look in your bedroom, from hanging the right wallpaper to choosing the right lighting. Plus, if you're looking for more of Penny's fabulous advice, watch her other decorating videos: how to plan the perfect hallway and conservatory decorating ideas for every style.

Jewelry Organizer (and a giveaway) UPDATE PART 2: My Jewelry Organizer won the Elmer's Spring Creation Contest.

Jewelry Organizer (and a giveaway)

I'm absolutely thrilled. Aside from receiving a visa gift card for winning, I also had the privilege of drawing 3 more winners from the comments via random.org to each receive an Elmer's DIY kit. The winners were: April, Barbara (VinoLuci), and Bestie. UPDATED: This giveaway has closed. The winners as drawn by random.org are wendyp, JulieB and Miranda Taylor. Jewelry Organizer–{Roadkill Rescue} Small Space Solution: How To Make Your Own Vertical Jewelry Box.

Last week I wrote about how to make your own quilting hoop jewelry storage.

Small Space Solution: How To Make Your Own Vertical Jewelry Box

So that all bases are covered, today I am sharing another DIY jewelry storage idea perfect for hoop earrings, sunglasses, rings, and bracelets: a vertical jewelry box that you can mount on the wall. Supplies Needed:1. Set of 4 wooden nesting boxes- $6 for the set pictured below at Michael's2. Spray paint in the color of your choice- $43. Hot glue gun with glue: $104. 5/8" cup hooks- $4 for 100 from the hardware store. In addition to the set of nesting boxes, I added another 3-compartment box I had at the house that was originally used to hold flower vases.

Directions:1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.