The magic of Paper….
I used contact paper I had on hand. Try using craft or wrapping paper!
Although I used contact paper I didn’t peel the back off. I just set it in without tape.
Seriously so easy! And it gave my jewelry drawer some fun detail!
JUST ROLL WITH IT! I have been swooning over all the cute rolling pins from The pioneer Women, Anthropology, and Target! I have a few rolling pins I don’t use, but display in my pantry so I was thinking of a way to spice them up. My original plan was to paint the handles black like the cute Hearth and Hand ones, but who knew a little paper could make such an impact!
This was such an easy project!
I’m excited to find some paper to switch out for the upcoming holidays!
If I inspired you to try this project please tag me over on my Instagram! I would love to see and share!
Welcome to my laundry room. This space was missing texture and detail. So on the hunt I went......
After searching for the perfect wallpaper for the laundry room I knew this was it as soon as I seen it! I picked up 2 rolls for this space.
This was my first experience with vinyl wall paper so I didn’t know what to expect.
The trickiest part was lining up the trees. I had to make quite a few custom cuts.
I just love the way it turned out. It is so us!
Diy basket wall
There is no better way to welcome Fall then with a DIY buffalo check wall!
Target Opalhouse macramé basket
World market hard wire light kit. Ikea has some great ones as well.
Pull cord through &
tie in knot.
Add a vintage
I found mine on Amazon.
Seek a professional/Electrician if you don't have experience.
If you or your husband aren’t handy call in a profesh to install!
are in full swing around here!
Now that we are in the new house I have been back at it with the projects.
Oh how I have missed projects!
I got these bad boys for
Spray the chair frame. Flip upside down and spray bottom.
Unscrew seat and cover with fabric or.....
I had some extra 2x3 rugs lying around. I loved that they were thick and full of texture.
Staple or glue to seat. Then screw seat back on frame when dry.
Another easy project in the books.
Don't ever pass up $5 chairs!
-Wood limb, stick, or dowel
-Jute or string
First layout your stick and decide what way you want it to hang.
Then twist in your c hooks! Add as many as you want.
Lastly wrap and tie on your jute.
Seriously one of my easiest projects! Now go out and find
ya some sticks!