After doing a lot of reading lately on the benefits of house plants in your home, I've been determined to find a way to display them. I love this idea for a plant stand because not only is it extremely budget-friendly and easy to make, but it is seriously trendy and matched the modern decor of my home. If something screams geometric, than I'm all over it! Give this easy planter a try for yourself and start breathing in all of that fresh air from your new house plants.
Well… it is the BEST month of the year, and I am so excited to share another fun Sugru project with you to help celebrate all things FALL! Last year, my mom created a “junk” Jack o’Lantern for me, using a real pumpkin. It was amazing, and I decided that I wanted to replicate it using one of my inexpensive faux pumpkins so that I could enjoy it year after year. Here's the one she made:
Have you ever had a porch that you were embarrassed of?Raises hand.I always told everyone to go in the front door just so they'd miss the porch. It was peeling and flaking and in terrible condition.Seriously.It took "distressed" to a completely new level.And now?We transformed it with a little paint and some elbow greaseAnd here's the DIY for the painted porch project.Sand and paint existing porch
FHave you ever seen carnival glass? It’s amazing! The colors are gorgeous and it has an iridescent shimmer to it. The glass got its name because instead of stuffed animals, people would win ‘carnival’ glass pieces when they went to the carnival. You don’t need to learn the ins and outs of making this glass to win your own prized possession! I have found the perfect way to create a faux carnival glass effect on wood. Follow this step by step tutorial and get started on learning this amazing ...
Doing laundry is already such a hassle, and tripping over those laundry baskets filled with clothes doesn't make it any more enjoyable. To make things a little easier, I transformed an old bookshelf into a laundry basket station. Hello, organization!We want to help you DIY, so some of the materials in this post are linked to sellers. Just so you know, Hometalk may collect a small share of sales from the links on this page.
I pinned this nearly $500 designer bench to my bedroom board on Pinterest hoping I could thrift one or find one similar but much cheaper. After some thought I realized I could DIY a bench for a fraction of the cost, and after some thorough searching I even found the exact fabric as the inspiration bench! And another reason to love DIY, I was able to tailor the design to add more functionality to fit our needs. As if you need another reason to give DIY a shot.
Made in minutues, grass wreaths are a beautiful way of decorating your home in autumn. You won’t believe how easy it is to make stunning farmhouse style grass wreaths with natural dried meadow grass! The best bit is, that grass is FREE and abundant during Fall! I created this step-by-step tutorial to show you how simple and easy it is for anyone to DIY beautiful home décor for (almost) FREE!Materials needed to make grass wreaths
Here is a quickie little project that will give your patio or interiors a splash of modern cool. I love that this is repurposing something that tends to be in abundance by the end of summer: tomato cages. Whether you have old rusty cages, or brightly colored powder coated ones like these, the result is a collection of stands that gives you versatility of height and some sick lines! Original Blog PostPhoto Cred: Anya McInroy
I bought some really cool posters fromTwo Hands Paperie with the assumption that I had frames to put them in. Wah wah wah! I had frames, not the right size frames and I wasn’t going to buy any so I did the next best thing and made my own. With materials I already had. These are my favorite types of DIYs because they challenge me to think more and use up materials that otherwise would just sit.Here is what you will need:~ 4 pieces of Scrap wood or new wood that measures 1/4” x 1/2” x 22” (or 2“