Vintage drawer pull screwed on a chalk board to hold the chalk
Compiled below are some great do-it-yourself projects. These projects take everyday items and turn them into a variety of items including storage boxes, lamps, clocks, coasters and so much more. Enjoy.
Just add a picture frame hanger to a antique silver tray and you’ve got a fun and functional magnet board.
Classic white tea cups and tea pot turned into a darling lamp. Love the tiny cup used as a final.
Vintage tea cups filled with candle wax make cute candles.
Bright colors of tulle and some ribbon make a fun girl’s tutu.
Below are a variety of different candleholders.This post is full of great ideas to use in your home. Painted, metal, glass, and decorated candles in holders are on display. There are some great ideas to use in your home. Enjoy.
Orange has not always been a favorite color of mine. One day I purchased an orange cardigan sweater in orange, I received so many compliments when wearing this orange sweater that I now incorporate orange into my wardrobe and home decor. I have orange shoes, a raincoat, a great purse, and scarfs as well as having orange candle holders and candles and metal orange table in my backyard and orange floral arrangements. So I recommend adding orange to your home and your wardrobe. Enjoy the following post, a Sea of Orange.
A cloche was originally a french word for bell that referred to a bell shaped glass dome that served as a covering for protecting plants from cold temperatures. Today, cloche still refers to a bell shaped glass dome, but the dome may be used as a cover for protecting plants but more often than not a cloche is used to cover a decorative display. You can find cloche’s covering old books, clocks, bird’s nests, keepsakes, teacups and yummy desserts. Enjoy browsing through this post featuring the cloche.Maybe you’ll find a great idea to bring into your home.
multiple glass and metal cloches house green plants
Today is April 12th, and Easter is just a few days away. Below you will find some great ideas for decorating your home for Easter. There are examples of wreaths, topiaries, floral arrangements, decorated eggs, peeps, tablescapes, and trees. Enjoy.
pink peeps and pink gerber daisies
burlap bunnies make a beautiful tablescape
rabbit caught napping on this Easter wreath
bunny made by covering a plywood bunny with dried green moss
Easter eggs with words decopodged on and wrapped in twine
Yellow has never been a favorite color of mine, but I have taken a whole new look at it this year. It is after all, the color of the sun and spring flowers. I have started to wear more yellow and include it in my home’s decor. It just adds a little pop. So try adding some yellow into your wardrobe or in decorating your home. Enjoy my “yellow” posts, including every thing from bridal bouquets, to purses, dresses and shoes to drinks and ice cream.