This project is for all my dollar store lovers out there! Teryn from Vintage Romance Style took a glass vase from the dollar store and made it look like a $75 Kate Spade rosebowl using a gold paint pen. Teryn already had the materials on hand, but you’re still just looking at under $5 even […Read More]
Sarah of Sarah Hearts was shopping in Anthropologie when she came across pretty gold-specked coasters. While she loved the look, Sarah didn’t love the price tag. She says, “What’s a girl gonna do when that happens? DIY of course!” Sarah has a video tutorial that shows how incredibly easy these coasters are to make using […Read More]
Tamara from Provident Home Design was shopping for home décor items at the thrift store but happened to wander into the toy section with her kiddos. It was there that she spotted a toy horse and immediately had visions of Ballard Designs’ equestrian décor and gold spray paint dancing in her head. Of course, she […Read More]
Roeshel of The DIY Showoff tried her hand at working with clay for the first time to create this oversized wishbone that’s perfect for the Thanksgiving season. Roeshel’s DIY wishbone cost way less than her $58 inspiration and allows for custom sizing. From one pack of clay and one can of gold spray paint, you can make several wishbones, so Roeshel suggests making them as gifts or even as pretty package toppers.
To go next to her stunning starburst mirror Christmas tree, Jen from Tatertots & Jello created a holiday sign that also reflects her gold, white, and grey color theme. Jen purchased a cheap shelf board for the sign and used her handy dandy Silhouette for the art. Believe me when I say the Silhouette makes sign-making a breeze. And, instead of $69, Jen made her sign for only $12!