Got sweets? This weekend, make a handy tiered dessert tray to display your tasty holiday treats. ladypie created this one with three plates and a couple of flower pots. Follow her easy tutorial and make one of your own. Mmmm, cupcakes!
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This weekend, take a chance and do something bold. Momof2! decided her stained white kitchen countertops had to go, so she painted them, and look how great they look now! What a really great low-cost way to make a big change. What are you waiting for? Go for it!
This weekend, dress up your walls with decorated letters. thankyoulocust shares her method for decoupaging unpainted wooden letters purchased from a craft store. Use these colorful letters to spell out a child’s name, spell out a word, or to hang your initials on the wall. What will you do with your letters?
This weekend, take a note from violentjayne and liven up your walls using decoupage! For her sewing room, she painted the lower part of the walls a vibrant pink, and then adhered tissue dress patterns to the upper parts. It’s the perfect creative space! She also used tissue paper for an ombre effect on her dining […]
This weekend, surprise your best friend with an awesome one of a kind dog bed made from an old suitcase. MirjamH transformed this thrift store purchase for her pup with a warm blanket, comfy pillows, and even some artwork and photographs. I believe her dog wholeheartedly approves!
This weekend, protect your furniture with a set of beautiful tile coasters. Moderator meleriffic used spray glue to adhere lace to tile coasters, and then hit them with some bright red spray paint. Remove the lace, adhere some cork to the back of the tile, and voila! You’ve got coasters!
This weekend, recover an old chair that’s in need of an update. You could just pick out a nice fabric, OR, like suereal you could do something totally creative and wild, like this tiger chair! Not only is it covered with tiger striped fabric, it has eyes, ears, a tail, and even glow in the […]
This weekend, upcycle some thrift store mirrors! Craftster member bookstorebabe has transformed many thrifted items, and these mirrors are no exception. The mirror pictured here was given a coat of copper rub ‘n buff, and then embellished with a tiny metal ballerina. There are two more mirrors featured in her post; make sure you check […]
This weekend, customize your home. If you’ve got something that doesn’t quite fit in your decor, revamp it! teaandcraft had an old clock that was still functional, but its ugly metal exterior just wasn’t working for her. Using acrylic paints, she transformed it into this Adventure Time themed clock. What time is it? “Time to play […]
This weekend, create a one-of-a kind drum light, like this floral lamp. jenihall created this using a embroidery hoops, a light kit, fabric and ribbon. Want to make one of your own? Click on the link for instructions!
This weekend, take a sturdy shoebox, cover it with scrapbook paper or fabric, and make the perfect organizer. marcymallow made this brightly colored Loteria themed organizer to hold her makeup. There’s even a handy drawer for smaller items. (I think I could use one for craft supplies.) Happy organizing!
This weekend, keep your supplies together with a handy organizer made from an old canvas, covered in fabric. Mixedpibbles made this one with pockets designed to fit her quilting rulers perfectly. This would be perfect for all sorts of lightweight supplies, and would look great on your studio wall. Happy organizing!
This weekend, invite birds into your yard with an adorable birdfeeder made from a teacup and saucer. Mistress Jennie picked up a cup and saucer set at a thrift store for $1, and put together this fanciest of feeders. What a whimsical way to feed your feathered friends!
This weekend, add a bit of magic to your yard and create a whimsical fairy garden. You probably won’t go as all out as Knickertwist did for her Fairy Tour 2014, but make sure you check out her post for tons of great ideas, like this precious fairy house made out of a boot.
This weekend, take some trays and leather shoelaces, and make some great outdoor shelves. It’s quick and easy, if you follow DinkyTiny‘s tutorial. What a great place to display lightweight plants and candles!