Carved Wood Candle Wall Sconce

Kathy from Up To Date Interiors saw a beautiful wood carving at a local gift shop and knew it would be perfect for turning into a candle sconce. Kathy bent an S hook and used it to attach a candle holder to the wood. Then it was as simple as hanging it up and adding […Read More]

Repurposed Glass Jug Cloche

You all know I am a sucker for a good repurpose, and this knock off shows why! Robin at ReDo It Yourself Inspirations took an empty glass jug and turned it into a gorgeous Pottery Barn inspired cloche. While cutting glass may seem intimidating, Robin shares her favorite technique for getting a good, straight cut. […Read More]

Framed Agate Slices

Tanya from Dans le Townhouse had been lusting after $300+ framed agate slices for a few months but simply couldn’t justify the cost. When she found a set of gorgeous dyed agate slices sold as coasters for only $20.00, Tanya jumped at the chance to make her own framed art from the beautiful stones. Tanya […Read More]

Hanging Herb Crates for the Beginning Woodworker

Have you been wanting to tackle a few simple wood projects? Sara from Twelve on Main shares the perfect project to get you going! Sara built these hanging herb planters in just a few steps using a piece of plywood she already had on hand. The only tools required are a saw and drill. Here’s […Read More]

Mason Jar Salt and Pepper Shakers

Roxanne of The Honeycomb Home shares a DIY craft project that she says is “so beyond easy it’s ridiculous.” She purchased a set of small mason jars and drilled holes in the top to turn them into salt and pepper shakers. Yep, that’s it! Since the jars are usually sold in a four-pack, you can […Read More]

Dollar Store Succulent Wreath

Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict had been wanting a faux succulent wreath for her front door for awhile. However, the price tags always held her back! Even buying all the succulents to make her own seemed too expensive. That is until Debbie came across a collection of faux potted succulents at the dollar […Read More]

How to Make Cotton Stems for PENNIES!

Do you love the organic look of cotton stems? Sara from Twelve on Main shows how to make them yourself using items you likely already have or could find in your backyard – branches, pinecones, and cotton balls! Sara simply hot glued the cotton balls onto the branches and then added a few pinecone scales […Read More]

Agate Tray for $1

Monica of Monica Wants It spied a gorgeous agate tray at World Market but couldn’t justify buying another tray for her home. What she could justify was spending $1 to recreate it! Monica got the same luxe look by painting a plastic tray with metallic gold spray paint and then decoupaging an agate print to […Read More]