Square Cedar Planters

One of my contributors on Infarrantly Creative is Brook from Being Brook.  She is a master at knock offs and building furniture.  She created these beautiful cedar planters for only $12 using some plans from Ana White.  She decided to spray paint them and I love how the wood grain still shows through. You can [...Read More]

Square Vintage Clock

Becca from From Gardners two Bergers was on a serious missions to recreate a square clock that she liked from both Restoration Hardware and Ballard Designs.  I love her ingenuity and of course the price tag on hers. She was inspired by the $199 Quad Clock from Ballard Designs and…. The Vintage London Clock retails [...Read More]

Burlap Matted Frame

Kristen from Ella Claire decided to add a little botanical with burlap and created a really pretty frame.  I love the texture of the burlap against the fruited flowers, so pretty.  Set against a dark wood frame this is really a gorgeous art piece. Kristen was inspired by the Multi-Mat frames from Pottery Barn that [...Read More]

Oversized Pumpkin and Pear

Brittany from Pretty Handy Girl scored when she went to Goodwill.  She found a perfectly ugly pumpkin and gourd.  Okay so they technically weren’t ugly.  But in comparison to what she did with them they were. She was inspired by Ballard Designs Oversized Terra Cotta Pear for $49 each. Check out Pretty Handy Girl’s step-by-step [...Read More]

Feminine Pink Nightstand

My favorite knock-off girls Whitney and Ashley from Shanty 2 Chic used some of the brilliant Ana White’s plans to create a sweet and feminine nightstand for Whitney’s daughter.  Painted in a blush pink they are perfect for the bedside of a young girl. The original inspiration came from the $199 Juliette End Table from [...Read More]

Round Concave Mirrors

Roeschel from The DIY Show Off used some extraordinary and inexpensive items to replicate some Pottery Barn mirrors that she liked.  I would never in a zillion years thought to do this and it is simple enough for anyone to do themselves.  Just by looking at the below picture can you guess what she used? [...Read More]

Lighted Wall Letters

Amy from Queen of the Crazies was dining at one of her favorite restaurants when a lighted sign caught her eye. She had probably seen it hundreds of times in the past, but this time inspiration struck! Using some cardboard letters, paint, and patio lights, Amy made her own DIY version of the vintage sign [...Read More]

Numbered White Pots

With some inexpensive terracotta pots and paint, you can create your own little set of decorative and versatile vessels. Marianne from Songbird simply painted her pots white and then added vinyl numbers to give them a classy, chic look. From craft storage to vases, Marianne shares a plethora of fabulous uses for these lovely little [...Read More]