Over at Factory Direct Craft, you can learn how to make round jute placemats for your table in 45 minutes flat! This is such a simple project that only requires a hot glue gun, rope, and twine. Pretty much you just roll the rope and hot glue as you go. I love the texture they […Read More]
Christine from Little Brags had been wanting to get rope tie backs to add a little “PAZAAAAM” to her downstairs curtains. She had seen them at Restoration Hardware for $60 a piece. Since Christine needed four, DIY was certainly in order! Christine bought jute rope at Michael’s as well as clear Command hooks and simply […Read More]
Debi from Cameo Cottage Designs finally completed a project that she had been wanting to do for months – Ballard Design-inspired demijohns! And let me just say that they came out beautifully. Debi hit up her stash of old glass bottles and then channeled her macramé days to create the fishing net effect around the […Read More]
DIY makes it way less expensive to keep your décor fresh for the seasons. No one wants to drop a load of cash on pieces that will only be out a month or two! Angie from The Country Chic Cottage shares at Crafts Unleashed how she created the perfect vase filler for summer. She simply […Read More]
After a harsh and seemingly never-ending winter, Dria of DIO Home Improvements longed to bring some warmth into her home with a summery rope project. Dria walks you through exactly how she created this knotted design on glass jugs with jute. This is a fun and easy way to give a little oomph to a plain glass jug or jar!
A lover of seaside decor, Traci at Inspiring Homestyle was inspired to turn some bottles and shells she already had into decorative pieces for her home. Using hot glue, Traci secured her seashells with pointed ends into the openings of the glass bottles. Then to finish it off, she wrapped natural rope yarn around the top of each bottle. A bit more hot glue and viola! Quick, easy, inexpensive, and beautiful accessories!
Lisa from Salt March Cottage has been working to rebuild and refurnish her beach cottage which was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Understandable, controlling costs is a must. Lisa fell hard for a demijohn jug lamp with burlap shade, but the $269 stood in the way of Lisa and her dream lamp. Lisa knew that didn’t mean she couldn’t make a similar coastal style lamp and did just that with a vase from Home Goods and some items from the hardware store. Thanks to Lisa’s resourceful knock-off she saved a whopping $221!
It’s about that time of year again when rope décor can be seen all over home décor stores and throughout catalog pages. Elissa shares at Clever how to give a lamp that much-desired nautical flair with some rope and a hot glue gun. I love how the little extras of the rope-trimmed shade and darker sisal tied around the neck of the lamp really bring the whole look together and give a high-end finish.