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Pantry Door DIY

While we were building our new house I knew I wanted a pantry door that had some character. I'd hoped to find a salvaged door with a glass insert. I ran into problems from the beginning with this idea. Not only are those types of doors rare and super expensive, finding ANY salvaged door in... Continue Reading →

Jewelry Box Makeover #2

This jewelry box was a test run to see how hard it would be to use peel & stick vinyl. Turns out, it's not that hard, but it has it's own challenges. I like how it turned out and I've now moved on to a jewelry armoire, which is much bigger and more complicated. Why... Continue Reading →

Jewelry Box Makeover #1

I love making over old jewelry boxes. They're easy to find, relatively cheap and fun to do. There are a million ways to make an old jewelry box look awesome. For this project, I'm using paint and decoupage. Supplies you'll need: Jewelry box. If you're doing decoupage, you'll want a box with smooth sides and... Continue Reading →

Halloween Curse Book

These spell/curse books are great for adult Halloween party decor. I'd seen other spell books online and this idea popped into my head and I had to make it. It's not hard, not expensive and it was a ton of fun to do. So let's get to it! A lot of the supplies came from... Continue Reading →

Halloween Potion Bottles

I don’t have any little kids anymore, but I still love to decorate for Halloween. It’s so fun! You can make it funny, & goofy or you can make it scary & creepy. I tend to lean towards scary & creepy but I’ve done some funny/goofy stuff too. This post is going to explain how... Continue Reading →

Painted Frames- Opt. 3

Option 3 is different in that it uses 3 paint colors instead of 2. It's certainly possible to use more than 3 colors. Using 3 or more colors gives the impression of more age and layers of paint used throughout the life of the piece. It can be done with (Option 2) or without glue... Continue Reading →

Painted Frames- Opt. 2

Painted Frames- Option 2: Option 2 calls for the use of the Elmers Glue All. Choosing your option comes after you’ve painted the first coat of paint on the frame. This option needs to go a little quicker than Option 1. Supplies are basically the same as Option 1, except for the addition of the... Continue Reading →

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