Eye Chart Wall Art

diy eye chart art

Like Rhiannon from Being Mom{me}, you probably don’t want to drop $80 for a piece of wall art, especially when your style might change next month, and even more especially when you can make it yourself for nothing! Rhiannon simply designed her own eye chart art on her computer, printed it out at home, and placed it in a frame she already had. Done! I love this saying and agree with one of Rhiannon’s readers that it would make an adorable wedding gift!

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Painted Chevron Frame

diy painted chevron frame

Beth from B & B Build A Life has a love for chevron and wanted to bring life to her drab cubicle with the bold pattern. She didn’t want to spend much and was able to create a painted chevron frame for only about $5. Beth says, “It was so easy, I actually did it while watching TV!”

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Eye Chart Tray

diy eye chart tray

Eye chart art has become crazy popular, and I am just loving this tray made by Val from Home Made Modern. You’ll be happy to know that the only tool you need to make your own is a pencil! Val shares a great technique for transferring images with just a pencil, and, as you can see from her tray, it works like a charm!

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Leaf Silhouette Art

spray painted nature art

When Kandi from Kandi & Company fell in love with some pricey nature prints, she gathered inspiration from Pinterest and a can of spray paint to recreate it. By spraying over a floral pick placed on a canvas, Kandi was able to get the sun print look that she loved. Kandi says, “I was literally dancing up and down in my garage when this worked! I’m loving these little custom pieces of artwork in our room that I created for less than $5 a picture.”

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Silver Starfish Bowl

zgallerie inspired starfish bowl

Gail from Purple Hues and Me had been eyeing a starfish bowl from the Z Gallerie for some time, trying to figure out the best way to recreate it. Amanda at House Revivals got Gail going with her paper mache starfish tutorial. Gail crafted several starfish and then attached them together to form her own [...Read More]

Flower Tealight Candle Holder

plastic spoon flower tealight holder

You wouldn’t think there’s too much more to a plastic spoon than what meets the eye. However, Gail from Purple Hues and Me shows just how beautiful they can become with a bit of heat. Gail softened the spoons over a flame so they were pliable and then formed them into a flower. With a [...Read More]

Painted Clam Shell Bowl

clam shell bowl

Michelle from Mich L in LA was planning to do a knock-off of a giant clamshell bowl from ZGallerie but discovered something even prettier in the process.  The secret to Michelle’s recreation was a giant plastic clam bowl she found at a yard sale for a buck. It wasn’t a pretty sight. That is until [...Read More]

Vintage Graphic Art

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Johnnie from Printable Décor added a splash of color to her space with a trio of graphic prints. I love how Johnnie took this idea and totally made it her own, customizing it to fit her interests. Johnnie is so good that her prints look even better than her inspiration!  She is also sweet enough [...Read More]