Having a welcoming doormat is a great way to make a good first impression when guests come to visit, but some of the ones on the market right now are boring… and expensive. What if you could make your own, with whatever theme you want?
Well, you can! It’s actually really easy and fun. Simply Self Storage put together this tutorial complete with 11 printable stencils to get you started in making your own DIY doormat. Their options range from the traditional “Live Love Laugh” to more
The fun of DIY has slowly morphed into a sort of skill regarding one being able to decorate their home in unique and incredible ways. However, not every decoration is as easy as they are pretty. A few tricks with some pain, though, can help brighten things up and sometimes help change the atmosphere of a room.
If you’re finding that a room is looking a little plain or dull, try putting some colour on the inside of the door. Whenever a guest opens the door to enter the room, it appears more
For a while, I have been playing with the idea of getting rid of our piano. When we first got it, I envisioned my girls taking lessons and entertaining us with how beautifully they played. Insert real life here, it did not turn out like that. We got the piano for free I might add but my girls never had an interest in taking lessons, and it just became the elephant in the room. Now that my girls are growing up, I finally decided to part with the image that I created and started thinking more practical.
Pallets can be fun. In the past, I have made so many things from pallets. Today, since the Fourth of July is just right around the corner, I want to show you how to make something out of a pallet that is Fourth of July worthy. This particular craft is all about being shabby chic. It may require a little time but is very easy to do and the results are stunning. The first thing you need to do is gather your supplies. You will need the following items:
A Pallet- I am lucky that where my husband works