DIY Wipe Off Board

Easy Wipe Off Weekly Menu Board

Make a wipe-off weekly menu board in your room with a picture frame and your favorite scrapbook paper. To change the look for the season or to match your new room decor, simply just change the scrapbook paper.

Another repurposed crib

Turn kids crib into outdoor bench for front of house!Make a bench out of your crib to keep it for sentimental reasons when the kiddos grow out of it!

Old window frame oh I love this!!

Old window photo frame . Black and white photo behind a painted frame. This would be adorable with the pic of wy with his hands up to his face with a black framed window.and in black and ahhh moment!

For garage window.

Over 23922 people liked this! Repurpose old window - Christmas window idea with window pane, red bow, silver ornaments. Juniper for the greenery, and a red print ribbon for the bow!

this is an awesome idea!

Kid's Craft Table From A Crib My daughter would love this! Turn an old crib into something useful like a craft table by simply removing one side, painting the “table top” with chalk board paint, and installing a few hooks for supplies.

DIY spray paint thrift store finds to make decorations - tutorial.

I'm not a fan of knick-knacks. DIY spray paint thrift store finds to make colorful shelf decorations - tutorial

DIY Chalkboard, Beadboard, Menu Board

DIY Chalkboard, Beadboard, Menu Board - Lullaby Paint Product Review

Kristy, especially the window with the wreath. We could change out the wreath seasonally. Or put a scripture on a couple or three panes of glass, ext, etc. Thinking for the bathroom. I probably have a old window Or two from the wedding still

10 ideas for Upcycling Old Windows

10 ideas for Upcycling Old Windows - awesome ideas for those windows you find roadside or on Craigslist! Love all of these ideas! Pin now, read later! love the last one for meal planning

Press wet magazine pages into window frames before painting. Peel them off afterwards.

Best of 10 Uses for Common Household Products

Use Old Magazines to Keep Glass Paint-Free: Who needs tape? Before painting window panes, wet the edges of magazine pages and press them onto the panes, edges against the panes. After painting, the paper peels off easily.