Ready to see all my DIY projects from 2017? Here is my full list with some of my favorite projects so far (hint: shiplap and plumbers pipe😍). I hope you find some that help you as you beautify your home. Pin them for later if you need! Continue reading “2017 DIY Tutorial Recap”
Ever want to hang a wall vase but didn’t want to add holes into your wall? I am collaborating with Old Barn Milk Paint to bring you a super easy DIY that requires NO DRILLING – yah! This one is so easy, and then you add the One Step Stain by Old Barn Milk Paint and you are done in NO TIME! Continue reading ““No Drill Needed” Wall Vase”
Featuring DIY Table Decor by CITYGIRLMEETSFARMBOY
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Fall is such a beautiful time of year, and an exciting time to refresh your home. It doesn’t have to cost a lot to add fall touches to your spaces! Join me on this amazing Fall Blog Tour and get inspired! A huge thank you to Brendt from She Gave It A Go for hosting. If you are joining me from Amanda’s Blog Midcountry Journal – welcome! Be sure to head over to Merichelle’s Blog We’re the Joneses next on the tour. Continue reading “Fall Table DIY Decor”
Ready to make a super easy cake plate for the holidays? Or even just for a fun display decoration? They are so simple and inexpensive – check out my 60 second video tutorial and then pin it for later when your ready to make yours!
I love using my wood chargers on my table settings, especially during the fall holidays. They are so versatile, easy to use and easy to make. I first learned about wood chargers from The Shanty Sisters – these gals are my mentors in so many ways (and they don’t even know it!). Here is a link to their blog post on where I learned how to make them:
At the time I made these, a Kreg was way out of my wheel house (I was too nervous to use it!). So I glued my strips together with wood glue and clamped until dry. If you want to use a Kreg Jig, see my post below for instructions – I love mine now once I tried it! Additionally, I have a link for more chargers and used stencils to decoration them below.
You can watch my 60 second video tutorial here and then follow all for all the details!
I love wood walls and really wanted one in my guest bathroom. But with so many boys running in and out of my house – I worried about cleaning it (if you know what I mean!😉). So I decided I would try laminate flooring for easy wipe down. Now after a year of use, I am ready to share that it works! Please excuse my dark photos – I wasn’t thinking “blog post” when I did this DIY, but I have so many ask about it so I thought I had better share!
What is laminate flooring?
Laminate flooring is “a multi-layer synthetic flooring product fused together with a lamination process. Laminate flooring simulates wood with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer.” Wiki link here
Laminate is easy to clean and has a smooth finish. If liquid is allowed to sit on it for long periods of time it can warp, just like any wood wall. But some laminates even come water resistant if you are especially worried.
Here is my 60 second video to watch the full process – you can pin this post for later as well!
Before and After:
Do It Yourself Bracket Shelf
Recently I wanted to create a super easy shelf with inexpensive materials – wood and brackets. Let’s see what I came up with!