Craft stores have really made it easy to create your own textural wall art by selling burlap canvases. Ariean from One Krieger Chick turned one of these panels into a pretty monogram using her Cricut, paint, and a little DIY savvy. I love this in a child’s room and think it would also be a [...Read More]
This is just about one of the easiest DIY wall art projects you can make. Megan from Our Pinteresting Family created a scripted wall canvas for her son’s nursery – while holding him. Yep, it’s that easy! She says “The other amazing part of this project is that it does not have to look perfect [...Read More]
Angie from Inspiring Hearts and Home shares how she added storage to her kiddos’ bathroom with a nautical swing shelf. I love the beachy look of the rope and weathered wood, and the fact that it cost less than $10 makes me love it all the more. This shelf is perfect for any space where [...Read More]
When Tamara of Provident Home Designs was expecting her fourth baby, a great room shuffle had to occur in her house. This involved Tamara’s toddler transitioning to a full-size bed. Try as she might, Tamara’s Craigslist searches for a headboard like her PBK inspiration came up short, and she wasn’t even able to find plans [...Read More]
Jen from Migonis Home shares a quick and easy DIY spring wreath you can still whip up before Easter. All she did was wrap a wreath form with moss and then glued on a sisal bunny from Michael’s. How darling, and I love all the texture!
Tamara from Provident Home Design has decorated her daughter’s room with all things whimsical and girly. In fact, Tamara says she feels like she is “lying in a lovely, little flower garden” whenever she snuggles with her daughter at night. The newest addition to this girly oasis is a butterfly canvas that Tamara made for less than $5 in about two hours. While this is darling for a little girl’s room, it’s also a great way to add a touch of spring to your home décor.
Amanda from The Contractor Chronicles whipped this beautiful twin bed up for her son while her husband was away on a trip. It’s Amanda first build by herself and gave her some much needed confidence to pick up the power tools more often. Amanda followed plans from Ana White, making just a few changes along the way since she doesn’t have a Kreg Jig. I’d say this is pretty awesome for a first time build!
Do you like the idea of creating Pottery Barn-inspired Easter décor in only five minutes? Angie of The Country Chic Cottage shows how it’s done at Darice. Angie simply applied self-adhesive stencils to ceramic eggs and colored in the design with a paint pen. The intricate details look so fancy and elegant but are super easy to create. I won’t tell if you won’t!