Party backdrop made with 3 dollar store disposable table cloths.
Double Sided Tape and Glitter - Use for votive candle holders. You could easily mix and match whatever you adhere to the glass. Think rainbow sprinkles for kid's parties, and silver/gold for evening affairs. I could even see floral petals for an afternoon lunch or brunch table.
I did 3 of these in orange as an accent for Malory's room (walls are gray with a teal stripe around the room). I used PAPER doileis. They turned out so cute. I used tape to hole the doilies in place and then sprayed them. The paint does get under the doiley a little and makes it look a little fuzzy but I think that it gives it character and dimension. SO CUTE, EASY and CHEAP!
spray-painted lace canvas.
Night under the stars. Use a blow up kiddie pool and fill with pillows and blankets. No itchy grass, no ants!!
How to tint wooden skewers..super easy & so fancy!
Hideaway for appliances! Keeps them handy but hidden! So smarttt!
Put a power strip in the top drawer of your nightstand to charge/organize/hide your electronics.
Instead of gingerbread houses (which are WAY hard): Turn ice cream cones into christmas trees & decorate. Much easier for preschoolers!
Backyard sign of places you've traveled to. Slowly build as you go places. Love this!
christmas lights poked through a canvas. how simple is that?!
Floor-to-ceiling shower curtains...make a small bathroom feel more luxurious.
metallic paint on old wood furniture. Absolutely love this!!
Christmas cards - replicate by dipping the rim of a mug in different shades of green paint and add red ribbon. I think I'll do this on my envelopes.