I’ve heard it said that a scarf is a woman’s ultimate accessory. Why not turn those pretties into accessories for your home as well with this scarf hanger tutorial from Caitlin of Merrythought. Caitlin shares at Poppytalk how to bend wire with pliers to form this simple, yet lovely scarf hanger that’s embellished with a […Read More]
Yesterday I shared a couple of ideas for creating your own tabletop Christmas trees. Considering the popularity of burlap, I can’t leave these little trees from Ask Anna out of the mix! Anna thread strips of burlap with thin wire and glued them to a center dowel. Fluff them to the desired shape, and you’ve got a fun, natural fiber tree.
Just this morning I was flipping through my Better Homes and Gardens magazine when a jewelry tree stand caught my eye. Then I saw this really cool wire version made by Deidre from A Craft A Day. I think it’s the little nest in the middle that really gets me. Deidre points out that making […Read More]
Like me, maybe you’re constantly tweaking your Christmas tree, adding new ornaments here and there until it’s perfect. Here’s a quick and easy glass bottle ornament from Lisa at Lisa’s Craft Blog to add to your ornament collection. Lisa simply twisted a wire to add to a small glass bottle as a hanger. She then […Read More]
Tracie from Cleverly Inspired has been helping a friend decorate her new space. The newest addition is these super cool wall mirrors made from wire fruit baskets. Tracie just glued some felt on the back and then glued in the mirrors. Bing, bang, boom! I love this look and Tracie’s resourcefulness in using the fruit […Read More]
Emily was thrilled to find a tutorial for a PB look-alike chandelier at Instructables after she’d been eyeing the original for quite some time. The look was achieved using ten Ikea Hemma lights which have a fifteen foot cord each. I really like the industrial feel of the bare wires and bulbs. This chandelier is […Read More]
Children’s artwork can create the perfect wall décor. Not only is it bright and cheery, but kids love having their artistic creations on display. It also warms your heart every time you see it like no piece of store bought art ever could. Amy from Positively Splendid shares how she created these cute cable displays […Read More]