This weekend, heat up your kitchen with some hot hot pads. No, that extra “hot” is not a typo; these hot pads are literally steaming with hot men. Who has the hottest kitchen in town? TheMistressT! What’s cooking at your house?
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This weekend, bring a little spring to your front door with a beautiful floral wreath. This one, by SunnyDawn, is made from fake flowers from the Dollar Store, so not only will it last for years, it didn’t break the bank. What a lovely way to welcome everyone to your home! Save
This weekend, make a planter out of a large plastic container. kittykill cut the bottom of a large jar of honey, and then embellished it with rows of colorful washi tape. She made sure to use a sealer on the tape so that any moisture won’t cause the tape to peel. What a sweet little […]
This weekend, personalize a serving tray. All you need is a little creativity and some paint. appledainty chose a Dungeons & Dragons theme for this tray, and after painting it, added lion claw feet. This will be a big hit on game day!
This weekend, give the birds a fancy place to eat! classy broad took a thrifted cup and saucer and adhered them together to make this classy birdfeeder. Filled with seeds, it’s sure to bring all the upperclass birds right to her backyard.
This weekend, create a beautiful wreath out of china teacups! gigglygirl purchased the cups and background plate for this wreath at Goodwill, and added greenery to soften the edges. What she ended up with is a lovely wreath that will go great in a kitchen or breakfast room. You can do it, too!
This weekend, save yourself from taking a tragic sip. Make a set of mugs to help you remember which is “paint water” and which is “NOT paint water”. Almost everyone who paints remembers drinking out of the dreaded paint water cup. Chr1stChan may have just figured out the solution to this age old dilemma. Whew! […]
This weekend, take some inspiration from unexpected places. Inspired by a book cover, Camillion created a dreamcatcher which incorporates symbolism from the book and the colors of its cover. Beautiful! Save
This weekend, decorate your house with diy mercury glass. You can make these beautiful silver vases with just a few inexpensive supplies. In her post, kittykill details all the steps, so what are you waiting for? Even glass pickle jars look fab with this fun technique!
This weekend, check out the great list of featured projects from the Home Sweet Home board. Moderator LovelyMiss compiled awesome projects from all the categories: including interior, exterior, and pet related. Get inspired to make your house a home in 2017! Save
This weekend, make some colorful pillow from tea towels! This tutorial by magsb80 will tell you how. Choose your favorite towels and add a bright pop of color in an unexpected way. Save Save Save Save
This weekend, decorate your door with your initial showcased within a wooden snowflake. Using some paint to pickle the wood, and some glitter to highlight the initial, TheMistressT welcomes her winter guests with this this frosty greeting. Save
This weekend, spice up your salad servers with a little creative wood burning. TheMistressT added delicate line drawings of botanicals to this set. These pretty utensils can’t help but make your salad more delicious. What a great idea for a gift, but don’t forget to make a set for yourself!
This weekend, think about enhancing your home on a budget. treasures_Of_Albion purchased stand-alone bookcases from Ikea, and used trim and hardware to make them appear custom built to fill her space. What a fantastic library she has now!
This weekend, create the perfect fall decor using an old kitchen utensil. Reel Crafty Girl repurposed and old grater by layering it with papers and tags in beautiful fall colors. The little flag reads “grateful”. Perfect for a vintage grater! Save Save