Michelle from That Mommy Blog created these awesome wine barrel wall plaques without ever having to pick up a saw. Wanna know how she did it? Michelle hit up Lowe’s for some round wood panels to keep this project super simple. So simple in fact that she says “even the most casual DIY diva” could […Read More]
Brittany from Whimsy Renee had her eye on a spoon shadow box for awhile but couldn’t justify that is was a) $199 + shipping and b) waaay to big to even fit in her small kitchen. Brittany knew she could recreate it herself using thrifted frames, spoons, and linen fabric. She says, “Luckily, it worked out perfectly, and now I have something that mirrors the original look, fits in my kitchen, and cost me about $14. That’s a savings of $185, and it works for me!”
In the midst of a kitchen remodel, Taryn from Design, Dining + Diapers has pretty much everything kitchen-related on the brain. And what could be more fitting for a kitchen than a “KITCHEN” wall sign?!? Taryn created her wall art for a mere $4 using a frame she had kicking around, black and white vinyl, and her Silhouette. I can say from experience that the Silhouette is the handiest tool around when it comes to creating signs. It makes it SO easy!
Whenever Casey and Bridget of DIY Playbook get together, coffee is usually part of the equation. So it was only fitting the duo was drawn to a piece of framed coffee art from Z Gallerie. All it took was a little work in Microsoft Publisher and a pot of coffee to create the coffee rings, and Casey and Bridget had their own version for FREE! They framed the prints, which are now welcome additions in their kitchens.
Leah from LeahMarieV decided it was time she tried her hand at creating a subway art sign. Leah and her husband had fun choosing food related words in other languages since the piece would be hung in their kitchen. With a frame on hand and a little time with Photoshop, they now have a pretty […Read More]