I love quick DIY projects, don’t you? Well today I have one to share that saved me time and big money. BONUS! – I got to use a product I hadn’t tried before. It was easy to use and just about fool-proof. Check out how I used a hammered paint to give an old tired item a brand new look.
I love creating designer inspired pieces for my home. I especially love taking something that I have seen and using that as inspiration to create my own piece. One of my best successes has been my bedroom mirror. It took me a while to make but it was worth the wait. Even though my mirror was not exactly
cheap, inexpensive it was far less than the inspiration mirror from ZGallerie. So today I thought I would see if I could find some DIY mirror tutorials that you could create on a dime. Each of these mirror projects is created using finds from the dollar store, but have a designer look that won’t give them away. dollar store mirrors [Read more…]
Hey, guys! I think I may have found the perfect Valentine’s Day centerpiece. I’m calling it my Candleplace. It’s really a tabletop Candle Box. When I saw it, I pictured it as the perfect dining table centerpiece. Well, I think I have found a budget friendly DIY dupe that you can whip up in just a few minutes and have stunning results. Stay tuned if you would like to set a beautiful romantic Valentine setting.
On one of my recent trips to Michaels (who my kidding I’m always in there), I noticed these little craft paint jars. The size of this acrylic craft paint is much larger than the small craft paint bottles but much less than a quart of paint. I picked up a couple of glossy white thinking I would use it to repaint my bathroom vanity. But it got me to thinking …
What you Could Do with this Little Paint Pot?
It’s official! I think I must have been a cat in another life, because I love shiny things! All kidding aside, I really am drawn to reflective objects like those starburst mirrors I like to swoon over. This is what lead me to my latest DIY. I decided I wanted to apply a mercury glass finish to the reverse of my living room side table. Want to know how my mirrored glass tabletop turned out? Ok, just keep reading. [Read more…]