DIY Chalkboard Pots, you could write anything! these would be perfect teacher appreciation gifts
These DIY trinket dishes are super cheap and easy to make and look just like the expensive Anthropologie versions - perfect for Mom's Day!
It's by your side I make my home Dave Matthews
Framed scrapbook paper or fabric: really love this idea to decorate a bathroom or guest room if you can't find artwork that you like.
lace and spray paint. love this!
DIY Welcome Mat @Beth J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J J Little
This is a fantastic way of storing ribbon! You can see what you have easily and get to each spool. Definitely going to do this one!!
Travel Hearts I love this idea! Buy an old frame, cut out hearts from various artifacts (maps, photos, ticket stubs etc. and mount. -Tried That - cinsarah Travel Hearts by fabricpaperglue, via Flickr
These pickle jars received a makeover and now make gorgeous storage for the bathroom!
on a small glass cup, spell out a student's name with stickers. tape around the top and bottom edge of the glass with painter's or masking tape. using a pouncer brush, dab acrylic paint lightly over the letters to coat the area between the tap. one dry, apply second coat. let dry, then peel off letters and tape.
I kind of love this- Personalize thrift store glasses. Spell out a name w/ stickers. Tape off top and bottom. Dab acrylic paint lightly over the stickers and untaped area. Apply 2 coats. Unpeel and you're done!
Button Magnets. Go through your button stash and glue layers together and add a magnet. Very cute!!
would be fun to find an old gumball machine like this and paint it pretty for spring candies!
Easy as pie. Frame + burlap + initial
map ornaments from vacations - put the dates on the back
DIY display out of pie tins and candlesticks . I KNOW! I can find something to fill this in with! So cute!
Cute sewing corner/organization using wine boxes from a thrift store.
Give pretty spice or candy containers a new life in seconds by turning them into refrigerator magnets. Place a small, powerful magnet inside the back of an empty tin, which makes the tin itself magnetic. (Nonmetallic containers will work if you stick an adhesive magnet on the outside.)
Make a Quick Outdoor Wood Marquee Letter (DIY Tutorial)!