Scrap Wood American Flag Wall Art

scrap wood american flag fourth of july

After a friend mentioned how much she loved the a wooden American flag from Pottery Barn, Bridget from Windgate Lane decided to surprise her with a DIY version. Bridget says, “It was fairly easy and definitely cheaper, coming in around $20! Some scrap wood, liquid nails, and paint, and this lovely was ready to go! [...Read More]

Factory Cart Table

Restoration Hardware Factory Cart Table Knockoff

Jennifer from Blissfully Ever After couldn’t have been more elated to receive this amazing factory cart table for her eight year wedding anniversary. Her sweet husband built the entire thing from scratch using reclaimed wood, antique rail cart wheels, and other supplies from the local hardware store. Jennifer says, “I am in LOVE with the way this table turned out and it is the perfect additional to our cottage industrial style family room.”

Restoration Hardware Factory Cart Table Knockoff

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Rustic Growth Chart

Over at Silhouette Blog, Jeana shares an adorable way to track your child’s growth with a “DIY growth chart that doubles as wall art.” Of course, her Silhouette made it super easy to create the stenciled numbers and adorable dog tags that display the child’s name, age, and height. It’s not easy to find a [...Read More]

Numbers Pallet Sign

Emily from Putting Down Roots loves Pottery Barn’s rustic yet refined style but can rarely afford anything from the beloved store.  After all her Christmas decorations were taken down, her stark, blank mantle was pleading for some fixin’ up. Emily recreated a number sign that she absolutely loved for the space. Large art pieces can [...Read More]

Wood Pallet Coat Rack

Brook from BeingBrook had some scrap pallet wood kicking around in her garage after completing a couple of pallet projects. After finding some vintage glass door knobs at an estate sale, Brook put one of the wood pieces to good use as a coat rack. Brook literally just sanded it a bit and then added [...Read More]