Welcome Spring with Burlap Wrapped Vases


While more snow may be on the way, we have finally seen some glimpses of spring-like weather lately. Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict was enjoying temps near 70 degrees when she was inspired to create burlap wrapped planters for some daffodils she scored at Wal-mart for a dollar. It was as easy as wrapping a remnant of burlap around a glass cylinder and then tying it with jute twine. This is one of those super easy projects that we all love!

burlap wrapped vases

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Chunky Wood Coffee Table with Casters


When Ana White approached Whitney from Shanty 2 Chic about collaborating on a coffee table project, she was all in! Chunky wood frame, metal casters, weathered finish, and ample space for storage and decorating – how could she say no??? Whitney says this baby was a breeze to build, taking just a few hours. Plus, it only cost her around $100, and that’s for the wood, wheels, and all!

pottery barn inspired coffee table

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Add Nautical Flair with a Caged Sconce


Holly from Love the Tompkins added nautical flair to her stairwell with industrial style marine sconces. When Holly couldn’t justify spending hundreds on new lighting, she set out in search of a cheaper option and found a similar caged light for only $20. Thank you, Amazon! All Holly had to do was give it a couple coats of spray paint and then hang it on the wall.

caged wall sconce

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Paint and Stain Vintage Buffet Makeover


Desiree from Camelot Art Creations finally got the push she needed from her husband to make over a buffet that had been taking up space in their garage for far too long. Desiree was inspired by a Pottery Barn buffet to go for a paint and stain finish with a beautiful wood top and creamy white base. What a beaut!

paint and stain buffet makeover

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Drop Cloth Upholstered Headboard with Nailhead Trim


Melissa of Two It Yourself says the most rewarding part of the master bedroom makeover she completed last year was the DIY upholstered headboard she made with the help of her sister Stephanie. Amazingly, the sisters were about to pull together this beautiful king-sized bed in only five hours and for close to $150. The mattress delivery guy didn’t even believe Melissa had really made the bed until she pulled out the leftover drop cloth as proof. That, my friends, is success!

diy upholstered headboard with nailhead trim

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Moss Eggs Make for Beautiful Spring Décor


If you are looking for spring décor ideas, look no further than these moss eggs made by Maryann at Domestically Speaking. When Maryann says this is easy, she isn’t kidding! All it takes is a bag of moss and hot glue to take plain plastic or foam eggs from drab to fab for spring in mere minutes. It about kills me how cute they are in those little galvanized buckets!

diy moss eggs

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No-Sew Zebra Pillow from Placemats


Tami from Curb Alert asks, “Want to know how to easily copy the look of high-end pillows without paying the high-end retail price?” The answer is simple – placemats! Tami wanted to leave her comfort zone a little with some zebra print pillows. However, she sure didn’t want to spend $50 on a pillow she may not even like long term. Wal-mart came to the rescue with zebra print placemats for only $3.99. Tami simply stuffed the placemats with Poly-fil and then closed them back up with hot glue. Easy peasy no-sew pillow!

no sew pillow from placemats

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Rope Chargers for a Nautical Place Setting


Nikki from Tikkido was planning a party with nautical flair and wanted to get some rope plate chargers for the table setting. She knew Pottery Barn had just what she wanted… except they no longer sell them. Luckily, it was easy for Nikki to re-create them herself with a little felt, rope, and glue!

rope plate charger

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