Frame, glass tiles from Home Dept, letter from Hobby Lobby (spray painted). Cute!
Use a black Sharpie marker to draw droplet shapes on junk mail flyers. Cut out the droplets, making sure to cut outside the black outline. Arrange and glue the droplets on a sheet of paper in an interesting, random pattern. wall art, make art, craft, junk mail, junkmail, funky art, recycle projects, art tutorials, mail art
Junk mail art. :)
Mod Podge Shoes | Make It and Love It I wish I hadn't just given away a couple pains of boring ballet flats to the GoodWill. No harm in buying them back for a few bucks and putting some of my fabric scraps to good use! mod podg, costumes, dresses, ballet flats, heels, old shoes, podg shoe, new shoes, black
Mod Podge shoes. O. M. G.
How to make a chevron door mat.
Painted canvas table runner. Such a fabulous idea.
make the collage first, then make a stencil and paint over most of the collage
Like the graphic pattern created on this DIY ribbon lampshade.
Now I have a reason to buy all the gold candlesticks that nobody wants at Goodwill!
DIY - memory jar. Adding memories throughout the year and then reading them on New Year's Eve.
Prayer board...I have got to do this!!
This is such a cute idea.
Bath Mat from old Towels or t-Shirts 1. First, wash and dry the towels you’ll be using for your mat. 2. Decide how big you want your bath rug to be by measuring the dimensions on the flour, e.g.. in from of your shower recess, as shown here. 3. Purchase gridded matting and cut it to those dimensions. This usually sits under floor rugs to avoid slipping and is also called ‘rug canvas’ or ‘anti-slip mat’.4. Cut the towels into 5-6” long pieces, approx. 3/4” thick. rag rugs, craft, homemade bath, second life, floor rugs, bath mat, t shirts, diy rugs, floor mats
Re-purpose towels into a bath mat