Looking for a simple, inexpensive DIY project that yields a high end look? Shannon from Burlap and Lace shows how you can get Kate Spade style on a Wal-Mart budget! Sound good? Shannon started off with a plain white square plate, then added a little glitz to the edges with a gold paint pen, and […Read More]
Becca at From Gardners 2 Bergers is always sure to pin items she loves from Anthropologie, like this cute feathered dish towel. Becca knew she’d want to make her own and did just that – in only five minutes! All you need to make your own is a flour sack towel, painter’s tape, and a […Read More]
In the midst of the chaos of a broken water heater, Lisa of Concord Cottage was able to squeeze in one little DIY project – an adorable “i love us” accent pillow. Yep, it’s that easy! Lisa was inspired while shopping on Nordstrom’s website and had the fabric, Sharpie, and stuffing on hand to make […Read More]
ChiWei from One Dog Woof came across a set of graphic coasters from Anthropologie and decided she simply HAD to have them. She grabbed a package of plain cork coasters but then forgot about the project until she moved and couldn’t find the coasters she’d been using. This was just the kick in the pants […Read More]
Melissa of a Prudent Life shares at View from the Fridge how you can create your own Anthro-inspired dishtowels for just a few dollars. All you need for this budget-friendly knock off is a pack of flour sack towels and a Sharpie. In true Anthropologie-style, the imperfection is part of the beauty, and Melissa says […Read More]
Erica from Dwell Beautiful LOVES Anthropologie but very rarely can afford the prices. She has found the way to get the Anthro look for less by recreating some of their art pieces. When she saw a botanical print, Erica knew she could easily make her own version with some Sharpies and a canvas. She says, […Read More]
Heather from Woods of Bell Trees bought a European-made mug from Home Goods that she absolutely loved but knew needed a little oomph to take it to the next level. Out came the Sharpies! Heather first lightly penciled on her design and then went over it with an oil-based Sharpie, adding details as she went. Oh, the wonders of Sharpie art!