DIY lattice privacy screen: (1) Post Toppers x 2 (2) 4x4 Fence Posts x 2 (3) Thin wood strips (nailing Strips) x 8 to "sandwich" the lattice (4 on one side, 4 on the other) (4) Lattice (shown with square lattice) (5) Post mix - (Rapid Post from Home Depot) (6) 2x4 wood for the top and bottom. (Not shown) build fence, backyard screen, 4x4 post fence, screening fence, lattice screen, privacy screen fence, diy garden privacy screen, backyard privacy screen, diy garden screen
DIY lattice privacy screen: (1) Post Toppers x 2 (2) 4x4 Fence Posts x 2 (3) Thin wood strips (nailing Strips) x 8 to "sandwich" the lattice (4 on one side, 4 on the other) (4) Lattice (shown with square lattice) (5) Post mix - (Rapid Post from Home Depot) (6) 2x4 wood for the top and bottom. (Not shown)
Americana Wreath, Patriotic Door Wreath, Designer Floral Wreath, Tea Stained Flag on Etsy, $139.00
DIY Outdoor Pallet Projects Ideas...LOVE the oversized chair! That will be perfect on my sun porch.
150 Remarkable Projects and Ideas to Improve Your Home's Curb Appeal
Air conditioner cover - a great way to cover it up and protect it
Making your home smell fresh ~ naturally.
Easy DIY~ monogrammed canvas using Mod Podge
what did I tell you? Easy or what? I used Krylon Spray Paint on all the paintings above. Like I said, I love Krylon. If you make one, please link me! I want to see it for sure!! diy canvases, diy art, diy paint on canvas, easy wall art diy, diy canvas craft paintings, diy wall art, canvas artwork, easy spray paint art, easy diy painting canvas
Wall Canvas Letters Nursery Decor Nursery Letters by NurseryShoppe, $11.99 OR - fabric covering a canvas, paint letter, glue to canvas. I can do that!
Initial or monogram on chevron fabric covered canvas
Wall Flower Light Pink Dahlia on Gray and White by bedbuggs
Made with my cricut and cricut craft room
Easy peasy burp cloths. Another great idea for scrap material.
576 loads of laundry for $6. I have pinned this before, but I like these directions better. (update: made this and works awesome, I will never spend $10 on one thing of laudry soap again!)
Run an underground electrical line into the garden to power an outdoor light or a pond pump. Here’s the quickest and cheapest method.
RACHAEL'S FAVORITE RECIPES: Witches Brew
The easiest way to hang a picture! Why didn't I think of this? #tips