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Wine Bottles, Recycled Wine Bottles and Old Wine Bottles. 23 DIY Ideas That Turn Old Wine Bottles Into Adorable Crafts. If you love wine and DIY crafts, today is your lucky day.

23 DIY Ideas That Turn Old Wine Bottles Into Adorable Crafts

Instead of throwing out those old wine bottles, wine-not (we had to!) Turn them into neat, nifty projects? 50 Amazingly Clever Cheat Sheets To Simplify Home Decorating Projects. $1 Japanese Lantern Tutorial. Can you guess what this stylish light fixture is made of?

$1 Japanese Lantern Tutorial

DIY Starburst Mirror. Head to your dollar store and pick up a circular mirror for this easy DIY that will make any room look better.

DIY Starburst Mirror

With the help of wooden skewers and a bit of silver spray paint, this pretty home decor item makes a great addition to your wall collection or as a unique gift without busting your budget. So warm up your hot glue gun and get ready to get crafty. What You'll Need: Round mirror10-inch or 11-3/4-inch wooden skewersPaper towelScissorsHot glue gunPainter's tapeNewspaperSilver spray paint Directions: DIY Soothing Milk Bath. If you're in need of a last-minute gift or just want to do something nice for yourself, this soothing milk bath comes together in minutes and can be made from dollar-store ingredients.

DIY Soothing Milk Bath

Pour into a mason jar, top with some ribbon, and you're ready to make someone's day wonderfully better. And this soothing soak is perfect for stashing under your sink for adding to your bath after a long day. Keep reading for the directions. DIY Map Votive. Create just the right subtle glow with the help of dollar-store votives and an old atlas.

DIY Map Votive

Homemade Reusable Floor Wipes. Instead of spending cash for floor wipes that end up getting tossed in the trash, make your own that work with any type of floor-sweeper mop.

Homemade Reusable Floor Wipes

Once they've had a spin around your home, these cloth wipes can be tossed in the washing machine for many more uses. And you can make eight reusable wipes for under $2, which is seriously savvy. Add a few drops of your favorite essential oil, transforming these little helpers into a splendid way to freshen your home while cleaning. What You'll Need: Sealable rectangular container1/4 cup water1/4 cup vinegar1/4 cup rubbing alcohol1/4 cup lemon juice1 tablespoon liquid dish soap8 cotton clothsScissors Directions: Gather the ingredients to create the homemade wipes. Mix together the water, vinegar, alcohol, lemon juice, and dish soap in the container. DIY Leaf Votives.

If you love the changing season, this Fall DIY is the perfect way to celebrate.

DIY Leaf Votives

Take a stroll and collect all your favorite colorful leaves to create these easy votives that will brighten any space — and will make special handmade gifts! Pop in a scented candle, and you've set the scene for Autumn indulgence. Keep reading for the directions. What You'll Need: Glass votivesPressed leavesMod PodgeParchment paperPaintbrush Directions: Gather the leaves that will decorate the Fall votives and press them overnight, or up to a week, before getting started. Place a sheet of parchment paper over your work surface, which protects against any glue drips.

Coat the rest of the votive with Mod Podge, avoiding the bottom and the top edge, which gives the votives a shimmery look. Allow the glue to dry, and you're ready to pop in a candle. POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women.

How To Turn an Ugly Coffee Table Into an Upholstered Bench. What do you do with an old coffee table with a dinged up or stained top?

How To Turn an Ugly Coffee Table Into an Upholstered Bench

Turn it into a soft, lovely, upholstered bench for your hallway, end of your bed or as an upholstered ottoman in front of the sofa. This pine bench was $13.99 at Goodwill (a little overpriced in my opinion). With some fresh new fabric, supplies and these simple instructions, it morphed into a different creature. The UGLY GOBLIN ugly table. Boston Loft Furnishings ATG Taylor 24-in Display Shelf. Nexxt Design FN17539-8 Leena Angled Wall Mounted Shelf. Shelving Ideas For Living Room Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and Decor. 15 Creative Home Decorating Ideas with Christmas Lights. Creative home decorating ideas with Christmas lights add great lighting designs to your outdoor rooms and interiors, creating festive and beautiful look all year around.

15 Creative Home Decorating Ideas with Christmas Lights

You can use Christmas lights for home decorating in winter and summer, bringing glowing holiday lights into your interior decorating. Gorgeous lanterns can be designed with Christmas lights. Birdhouses and glass bottles, vases and wooden boxes, combined with Christmas lights, create fabulous lighting fixtures for your floor decor. Make Your Own Woven Rag Rug. I've certainly done my fair share of DIY projects through the years, but for all the projects I have completed thus far, I've yet to venture into the land of rugs—until today!

Make Your Own Woven Rag Rug

I wanted to make a kitchen rug for the studio that was: a) cute, b) woven, and c) relatively easy for a first time rug maker. After a bit of research, I found the perfect woven rug that fits all my needs! If you have a few old bedsheets around, this is the perfect way to use them (and get an adorable rug out of the process). Supplies:-3 king size, flat, cotton bedsheets-piece of cardboard, 23" x 43"-fabric scissors-masking tape-marker-ruler. Laundry Room Makeover. Wash…Rinse…Dry…Repeat…Wash…Rinse…Dry…Repeat… This is the story of my life. We are a family of four and yet, I wash three loads of laundry two times a week. That is six loads per week! Or broken down, it is 1.5 loads per person per week. Fabric Backed Open Kitchen Cabinets - DIY on a Dime the Tutorial. I’m back to show you the updates I made to my kitchen.

Remember the plans I shared with you? Well, they have been implemented and I LOVE the results! Best of all, the materials I bought cost me under $25 and that included the white dish set. But, the cherry on top is that I can easily reverse the changes if we move (or get sick of the look.) How to Create Rope Light Word Wall Art. I really appreciate all your kind comments about my arts and craft studio. Don’t forget to enter to win the Flow Wall organizational system, the giveaway ends Wednesday, Nov. 21st at midnight EST.

The boys and I christened the art & craft studio yesterday by creating ornaments. We had creative clutter strewn everywhere! DIY: Thread and Nail Sign. This unique DIY is easy to recreate and highly customizable! Pick a word or phrase and hang it in your bedroom, kitchen etc. Disclaimer though, the process does take time, so make some tea, turn up the music and get crafting! Step 1: Find a piece of wood and cut it to your desired size. You can keep it it’s natural color or paint it white with regular acrylic paint. On Word, type our your desired word or phrase in a large block font. Step 2: Cut each letter out individually and trace them on your wood lightly in pencil or pen.

Step 3: Taking your desired color of embroidery thread, tie a double knot on one nail and start looping the nail around the outline of the letters. How to Decoupage Anything. Decoupage is time honored arts and crafts practice that involves cutting out paper images or items and then gluing them to a surface in a decorative manner. It derives from the word “decouper” which means “to cut out.” Given that the technique dates all the way back to the 12th century and was popularized in 17th century Europe, it’s quite easy to replicate with modern supplies and a little creativity. If you want to learn how to decoupage and join the ranks of other decorating enthusiasts such as Marie Antoinette, Madame de Pompadour, and Beau Brummell, the following instructions will give you an introduction to the basics of decoupage technique.

Step 1 - Selecting What to Decoupage First, decide what item you want to decoupage. Step 2 - Prepping the Item Whatever item you choose, it should be clean and free of any dust or dirt. Decoupage a Bookshelf with Fabric. Blog Archive No Sew Cloth Napkin Pillow Covers.