I Could Do This!
A small dresser becomes a kitchen island. Islands are so expensive, so this might work better
DIY Vintage Wood Stain: Mason jar: 1/4 cup used grounds, fill it up almost to the top with vinegar, approx 3-4 cups of vinegar to 1/4 cup grounds. It is the interaction between the steel wool and vinegar that is really important, grounds just add a brown tinge. Can use tea (strong), white vinegar goes brown, apple cider grey-ish, balsamic greenish. Search "ebonizing wood" steel wool & vinegar
DIY Vintage Wood Stain
Jars made from spaghetti sauce jars--spray paint lid and add knob.
Fingerpainting to a new level
Seriously?! -- Vinegar works as a wood stain when you add a metal object in the mix and let it sit in a glass container for a week. A handful of pennies will produce a beautiful pale Caribbean blue stain. A wad of steel wool will give you a rich reddish hue. A combination of tea and a metal object in vinegar will produce a black stain. Log this away for later.
Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities? I MUST REMEMBER THIS!
Love love love this idea!!!!!
Magnetic Make-up board. Cover a sheet of metal with fabric and glue to a frame. Add small magnets to the back of your make-up products
diy liquid handsoap (I know I'm a nerd, but I get really excited when I can make my own products to save money. One bar of soap, glycerin, and water makes one gallon of liquid soap-- I used a Lever brand and it worked great. I can't wait to buy some yummy smelling soaps from Bath and Body to use for handsoap and body wash.
liquid hand soap made from water, glycerin and shredded bar soap (cheese grater, baby).
Put lace over a drawer/piece of wood and spray paint through it, leaving the lace design paint on the wood -I've done this. Pretty cool.
Colander Lamp, the reflections are awesome
T- Shirt Braiding DIY | Handmade with Love :)