Fun for the Home
Fishing tackle box for battery organization
Pinner said "Did this under the kitchen sink right before we moved out of our rental - I wish we'd done it sooner! Much easier to clean and only cost like $3! Score then cut the tiles with an X-Acto knife for best results. The scissors were much harder to use and had much more jagged lines. // kitchen and bathroom sinks - peel and stick tiles"
Why didn't I think of this before? Use peel and stick vinyl flooring for the inside of cabinets. I must do this!
You can paint laminate?! I'm SO glad I found this tutorial!!!
For flowers next to the kitchen sink/window
Organize Now- Hanging Pot Rack: An old screen door transformed into extra kitchen storage. How to make it: Drill hooks into the ceiling and use chain to hang the screen door from the hooks. Arrange pots and baskets evenly to distribute the weight equally.
so cool! Moss paint: You’ll need several handfuls of moss, 12oz of buttermilk or a can of beer and a teaspoon of sugar. Mix in a blender until liquid and paint on the wall. Spray daily as it grows, as moss thrives when moist.
DIY: Double Bookshelf Desk- This was posted awhile back, and I just found it again & the instructions on how to build it. It's a very cool project! Using a desk and a bookcase, this set up allows for two people to work closely but with some degree of privacy. Download the PDF file by clicking on this picture!
Mason Jars + Vintage Lace & Garden Twine