This pretty flower box would make great wedding decor or look lovely on your own dining room table. Next time I have a painting project, I’m definitely going to save the old paint stirrers. The Wedding Chicks suggest using new paint sticks for this tute, but you could totally go with used ones. Just sand them down, and use paint instead of stain to give them a uniform look. Boom! The materials list below has options for either method.
Stencils are a budget-minded crafter’s best friend. You can use stencils to freshen up thrift store finds or turn something old that you already own into something cute and new-to-you. Here are 10 awesome stencil home decor projects to whet your whistle!
Do you love the look of vintage mercury glass but hate the crazy price tag? So did my friend Kristina Ackerman at Knuckle Salad, so she decided to make her own. After many failed trials using a variety of metallic paints, she developed an awesome technique that is drop dead beautiful!
Is updating your decor on your to do list for this year? These DIY home accents use thrifted and reclaimed materials to help you redecorate without breaking your budget.
These sweet tree stump side tables bring a little bit of the outdoors in! And the best part? They’re inexpensive to make!