Wood Slices would make awesome banners with a letter on each slice. But how do you get the slices to hang so you can read what it says? Well, I figured out an easy way and we get to add those ever so popular wood beads! Cool, right? Since I created this live I picked a short word, FUN. But to help start the cooler weather, I make an autumn wood slice banner. Supplies for wood slice banner Wood Slices Twine Wood Beads Craft Glue Letter stencils Craft ... Read the Post
Chalkboard roundup to help with ideas for your empty space that needs something! That happens to me all the time. Of course, sometimes that empty space is my belly and I need ice cream. This is a DIY home decor blog, so no ice cream for now. If there's one thing that fits in almost any space, it's a chalkboard. They hang on the wall, stand easel like on their own. make an old frame gorgeous or take on their own shape. Chalkboards that hang This is actually three pieces ... Read the Post
Wooden spoon holders are a blast to update and repurpose. How many ideas can we come up with for theses popular thrift store finds. Sideways and backward hand towel holder. When you find one old spoon holder, soon you will find another. This happens often. It’s a strange thrift shopper phenomenon. Of course, I wasn’t looking for another spoon holder. Still, it challenged me to turn it sideways, backward, and into something completely different. I seemed to have a few towel ... Read the Post
A burlap sack ottoman cover made in 30 minutes or less using a $5 coffee bag. Perfect for those sad ottomans that need a farmhouse style update. Your ottoman is looking well used. You think about tossing it, but it’s used often, especially during Netflix and popcorn nights. Upholster?? Sending it to the upholster is expensive, and most DIY options take so much time. Like the first DIY option I created. I watched 11 movies while making the first cover. I finished this ... Read the Post
This picture hanging idea starts in the garden. There's nothing better than an afternoon snapping green beans on the front porch. Running around a garden and occasionally picking green beans does not make a gardener. Grandma and Grandpa had a large garden on the farm that fed the family of eight. Mason jars filled with vegetables lined wood shelves in the cellar. I planned to always have a garden. What I didn’t realize, I have a brown thumb. I can barely make a two-foot container of ... Read the Post
My maternal and paternal grandmother’s canned vegetables and kept them in their cellar. Oklahoma gets a few tornados (to say the least), and many times we hung out in the cellar. It’s strange, but I liked the comfort of the cellar with all the canned goods lined up on the dusty old shelves, even with the havoc happening outside. I use twine and Mason jars in every room of my house, so it makes sense to combine the two for this project. Plus, searching for where I last left the ball or ... Read the Post
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