Sharing a simple inexpensive way to add a personal touch to your space! You will need styrofoam balls (less than $5 at Walmart), glue gun & glue sticks and rope:
Simply wrap the rope around the object applying hot glue often. Remember, a little glue goes a long way.
You can even think outside the box and add the new decor to seashells like I did here:
The possibilities are endless with this DIY. You can cover vases, bowls, lamps–the sky is the limit.
Until next time…
I had the pleasure of turning something old into sometime super fun and brand new. Tree trunks spray painted to use in the home as props. The project pretty self-explanatory and easy to follow through pics below.
I found the top two images via google– since I didn’t take before and during pics. The sky is the limit with the color paint you can use for this projects. Here is the big reveal:
Until next time,
This project has been planned in my head for quite a while now. I decided to turn my laundry room into my home office.
Here is the start of the office with a desk and accent stand I painted my fav shade of green (Jade).
The project itself is far from over (shelving units, wall art, custom painted rug etc.) but I’ve started with a few essentials.
First is this file organizer I spray painted
And of course a coaster to protect my desk from liquid spills
Here is how I made it:
1. Buy the precut square tile from Home Depot
2. Cut the paper the size of your tile. I used a rotary cutter & pad. Lined the tile to the edge of the paper for a perfect square.
3. Use mod pudge glue and foam brush to apply scrapbook paper. I used one coat on top of the tile…
4. Applied cut paper, then applied another coat of mod podge glue to the top.
5. (Optional) I decided to add a few decals from the scrapbook set. Then applied one more coat of mod podge and let dry.
I hope you guys enjoyed and use this to make your own. All products were purchased from Walmart (long ago since I’m using things I already have in my home). Stay tuned for part 2.
Until next time…