Painted Wood Bird Décor

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Cheryl from Snaps of Ginger was shopping when she came across two adorable unfinished wooden birdies. She hadn’t a clue what she was going to do with them until inspiration struck while perusing the internet. With a simple coat of blue acrylic paint, Cheryl completed this super easy project to get ready for spring. Are you longing for spring more than ever this year like I am???

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Dry Erase Place Card Holders

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With a summer wedding in the works, Patty from How Sweet It Is has been on the lookout for cute and simple touches for the wedding reception. She ran across these darling dry erase place card holders from Pottery Barn and simply had to have them. However, at $19.50 for two, it would be quite pricey to get 100 of them! Patty instead mapped out a plan to make her own using mini easels and tiles. I love the idea of using tiles for mini dry erase boards, and at 13 cents a pop, you can’t beat the price!

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From Chipped to Treasured {Decorative Jewelry Dish}

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Jamie from anderson + grant was totally bummed when she got a chip in a white decorative bowl that she loved. She simply couldn’t part with the dish and, instead of tossing it, extended its life by adding a bird she formed from clay. The strategically-placed bird hides the chip and transformed the plain white bowl into a cute little birdbath perfect for holding jewelry or serving as a catchall!

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Painted Bird Figurine

Andrea from Decorating Cents loves West Elm style but hates having to spend so much money for it. Dropping $14 for a small table accessory seems a little steep. Luckily, Andrea found a little birdie on  clearance at Target that was similar to ones she’d spied from West Elm. She brought one home and gave […Read More]

Birdcage Pillow Cover

I can totally identify with Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict who just can’t seem to make enough pillows lately. They are such a quick and easy way to change up your décor for the seasons. Debbie had all the materials on hand to make this summery birdcage pillow. It only cost her $1.51 […Read More]