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I love Ballard Designs . I get giddy when I open the mailbox and find a clean, crisp Ballard Designs magazine waiting for me. I love the simplicity mixed with some vintage and mixed a little more with modern…unbelievable inspiration is found on every page. Sweet P loves Ballard Designs too…taking an old magazine and designing a house for her ZhuZhu pets with cut out pictures of tables, chairs, mirrors and accessories. I think we have a budding designer on our hands.
I am absolutely positively head over heals for family trees.I think they are a great way to add some meaning to your decor. The best part is that there are so many ways to make one on the cheap. So when I got my Bed Bath and Beyond ad in the mail the other day and saw this:
Oftentimes we forget to look for inspiration in public spaces. From lighting in a beautiful restaurant to floral arrangements in upscale ladies rooms, we can find ideas to make our interiors more welcoming and put-together, which is, of course, imperative to businesses that service the public. In this post we take a look at hotels. Specifically, boutique hotels of the shabby-chic variety. The first of our eclectic trio is… Continue Reading <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Japanese Kusudama , this tutorial is featured on Craftuts Anyone can do that, I assure you. The proof: I can, just take a quick look at my result below.
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Here is another tutorial brought to you by me! Enjoy! Bottle Cap Magnet Tutorial by Carol Bryce
Perhaps I should begin this post by introducing you to my mom, also known as Her Ladyship Craftiness…er, Her Royal Craftiness? I’m still working on the title. Regardless, she’s the coolest, most creative and talented woman I know. She can make pretty much anything.
Things you need for this DIY: *sunglasses/glasses *chain *epoxy or other strong glue *masking tape *toothpicks *tiny screw driver (I used a nail file) *some iron-on studs if you have em Total time: 1.5 hours Total cost: $0 chanel chain sunglasses diy I stumbled across this image and knew I had to make them IMMEDIATELY. Not only are they amazing but I love to ∆DIY∆ with glue, it's so nice and lazy.
I almost freaked out when my 10-year-old girl asked me if she could get red highlights. “But the other girls have it,” she pleaded. Honey, I’m sorry, but if I’m not getting highlights, then you sure ain’t either!
Happy Thursday, everyone! Claire here, and you might recall two weeks ago when I asked for your opinions on which wine rack design I should create. Well it certainly wasn’t an easy decision, but after much deliberation I set out to replicate wine rack #3 ( and used a patterned, natural piece of wood for added interest ).
I love this D.I.Y. by our beautiful contributor, Amanda of Indie Jane . Try this cute jewelry box with lumberjack flannel or soft floral fabric for a different look! Supplies needed: wooden crate, cork tile, fabric, tape measure, scissors, hot glue gun, cup hooks, T-pins, sawtooth hangers. If painting or staining your crate, do this beforehand to allow it time to dry thoroughly.
my dad and little brother came over this afternoon to help me hang this wall display. i mentioned the other day that i was making fake TTV photos (2 posts below) and this is what i used them for. i originally saw this idea via Tara's blog and have been planning it in the back of my mind ever since! I used LP Album frames for my photos (found on sale at Michael's a few months back for $5 each!). The photos are 12.5x12.5. I am always in such a happy mood after we do little home improvements like these. :)