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I LOVE THIS!!
craftovision:

Shelving Unit from Old Wooden Crates, found via OhRheally.  Yearning for a country cottage. I absolutely am freaking out about this idea. So simple but f-ing fantastic! BRAVO!

I LOVE THIS!!

craftovision:

Shelving Unit from Old Wooden Crates, found via OhRheally.  Yearning for a country cottage. I absolutely am freaking out about this idea. So simple but f-ing fantastic! BRAVO!

mylittlecuppycake:

Make your own coasters! 

I am beyond thrilled with how these coasters turned out. Because a) THEY ACTUALLY TURNED OUT RIGHT, b) they were super cheap. Super, super cheap. And c) they’re so pretty! and customizable! and easy! So here’s how ya make ‘em. Because I know you want to. :)

1) go to Lowe’s or Home Depot and get some 4x4 inch or so ceramic wall tiles. Mine were—get this— 16 cents. Yeah. Did I mention that they were cheap? Anyway. They are “biscuit” colored. In case you were wondering. 

2) Get out your favorite scrapbook paper. Cut out a square or whatever else you want—letters, shapes, etc etc etc. 

3) Mod Podge like there’s no tomorrow. First coat the back of your design, then adhere onto clean tile, then coat the whole tile. Let it dry. 

4) Cut out a square of felt and hot glue it on the back so that the tiles don’t scrape up anything. 

That’s it! There are so many ways you could customize these, it’s ridiculous. Make a set of four for a fabulous, (cheap :] ) Christmas gift! 

bitsofjess:

DIY: Photo coasters from Triangle Honeymoon.

bitsofjess:

DIY: Photo coasters from Triangle Honeymoon.

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urbangreens:

Mason Jar Herb Garden | Transformed

Idea for my craft room

thefrequents:

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After painting our pegboards the time came to put them on the wall!

There were two main structural requirements for hanging our pegboards. First, they had to be mounted to studs in order to support their weight, and the weight of any potential materials we decide to hang on them in the future. Second, they had to be mounted slightly away from the wall so that we could hang pegs from them (hence, pegboard). 

To create spacers to separate the pegboard from the wall, we used the bandsaw to cut small 2x3” rectangles out of plywood. Then, we measured and marked on the spacer where we would screw them into the wall, and after using a stud finder to locate 6 studs in the wall, carefully measured where each spacer would be placed. we decided to use 12 spacers, using 2 spacers per stud across the wall (giving even support to the board so it doesn’t flex or wobble anywhere). We then attached each spacer using a drill.

After all 12 wood spacers were placed and screwed into the studs, we painted them black so that they would appear invisible when the pegboard was mounted. If we left them bare you would be able to see light spots on the final product where each spacer was placed behind the pegboard. After letting the black paint dry, we screwed the pegboards to the spacers, and voila! Great ombre pegboard success.

We love how the pegboard delineates the office portion of the room from the bedroom portion, and how the colors create a nice flow across the wall. It was time for a change in this room, and we love how it turned out.

Plus, it made for a really great project!  Pegboard from Home Depot is under $20 (and they can cut it to size for you in the store). We used Montana Gold Spray Paint, which is great & a little pricier, but you could easily use tubed acrylic paints and achieve the same goal.  All in all, it was a fun, affordable, and useful addition to our house! -Marcus & Kayt

littlecraziness:

(via How-To: Door Corner Shelf @Craftzine.com blog)
I just like these

I just like these

wanna try this…

scissorsandthread:

DIY Liquid Soap | The Burlap Bag
This DIY is right up my alley - using cheap items to make something that is usually so expensive! And you can get so many nice soaps so cheap - you’ll never have to pay for another bottle of liquid soap again!

wanna try this…

scissorsandthread:

DIY Liquid Soap | The Burlap Bag

This DIY is right up my alley - using cheap items to make something that is usually so expensive! And you can get so many nice soaps so cheap - you’ll never have to pay for another bottle of liquid soap again!

INSPIRATION!!
storagegeek:

Ultimate Crafts Room Organization | Shelterness
Here you go, storage dripping with style. Tell me you didn’t just wipe some drool there.
Also, LOVE using a clothesline for fat quarter storage .

INSPIRATION!!

storagegeek:

Ultimate Crafts Room Organization | Shelterness

Here you go, storage dripping with style. Tell me you didn’t just wipe some drool there.

Also, LOVE using a clothesline for fat quarter storage .

craftovision:

allthecrafts:

Stephanie’s Sewn Felt Slippers

“Inspired by moccasins, each of these slip-ons is constructed from a single piece of felt, available in an array of colors.”

Adorbs.