Do you love cheap DIY wall art ideas? This project definitely qualifies! Pam from Our Adventures in Home Improvement loved a graphic farmer’s market dish towel she found at Crate & Barrel. She loved it so much in fact that she turned it into wall art by mounting it onto backer board with spray adhesive […Read More]
Melissa from Two It Yourself was inspired by a a vertical wood Christmas sign from Pottery Barn to turn a pallet into a sign of her own. And since she already had the materials on hand, it cost her nothing but a little time! Melissa decided to go with a different finish than Pottery Barn’s and used one of her favorite techniques to achieve an aged look. She also customized her text and simply printed the letters from the computer to trace around. I agree with Melissa – her free sign is just as charming as Pottery Barn’s pricey one!
When Stephanie from Simply Swider saw an extra-large reclaimed wood frame, she fell instantly in love. Well… in love with the frame not the $110 price tag. Stephanie decided she could make it for less herself, so she raided the garage for some left over pallet wood and her fabric stash for leftover burlap. In […Read More]
If you’ve been reading my blogs for any length of time, you probably know I like free. I mean, really, who doesn’t??? I also love to incorporate pieces into my home that actually speak about the people who live here. That’s why I love this rustic pallet art that I created from some old fence […Read More]
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]
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]
In the process of moving, Julia from Sweet Serendipity needed a little project therapy to ease some of the drain of packing, unpacking, and painting. She decided to create a piece of wall art that reflected what was most important to her family and had her children contribute ideas. Julia arranged pallet boards of varying […Read More]