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Kitchen Table

Tip-Top Table –

Beautiful DIY Ladder Shelf tutorial by Making it in the Mountains

DIY Dollar Store Mugs - Christmas Gift Stenciled #MarthaStewartHoliday

Dollar Store Stenciled Gift Mugs

Pin by Merry Karga on Craft ideas

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Learn the Sharpie Mug Hack if you cant draw! photo on

Learn the Sharpie Mug Hack if you can’t draw!

20 Vintage Repurposed Sewing Machines | Daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on Architecture, Art and Design

Sewing machines that are repurposed -

Bohemian Spirit Vintage Lace Trim Dreamcatcher by kmichel on Etsy

Antique Singer sewing base turned vanity. Perfect for the powder room that needs a narrower than standard vanity--like mine. I'm picturing one of my great custom-carved Corian or Rustic Live Edge Slab Wood vanity tops; the base done in copper-vein powder-coating and perhaps a hammered copper vessel sink. Perfect for this U.P. Copper Country Locale ~ LuluZee


Pan Fried Cinnamon Bananas | DizzyBusyandHungr... #bananas #cinnamon

Pan Fried Cinnamon Bananas -
  • Honey Badger Gloves
    Honey Badger Gloves

    Never tried this - Don't mind if I do ~

Make Clinton’s tree that’s as easy as pie to make! Materials- Stretched canvas- Pencil- Paint- Paint brushes- Awl- Christmas lights Instructions1. Sketch design on blank canvas2. Paint canvas according to your design and let dry-The white tree could, ideally, be the blank canvas.3. Determine where you would like the lights to poke through & make marks where the holes for the lights should be.- Count how many lights you have, that will be about how many holes you make- Keep in mind the distance between the lights on the strand4. Poke holes in the canvas by pushing awl part way through, maybe half the length of the awl.- Don’t make the holes bigger than the lights- Don’t poke too many holes; you want room at the end to plug in the lights5. Start putting lights through holes & keep i

Very Merry Mantel: Light Up Canvas Tree | The Chew -

Homemade Christmas dishes with dollar store white plates and a red Sharpie! Doing this....I need Christmas dishes!

DIY Painted Mugs - That Won't Wash Away {Craft}

27 Amazing Old Doors and Windows Decor Ideas | Home Design Ideas, DIY, Interior Design And More!

Ping pong balls over string lights. So much cheaper than the fancy lights

DIY glowing balls

Ribbon Round Up Basket - 20 Cheap and Affordable DIY Home Decor Ideas...this is cool if I ever get into using alot of ribbon!

10 Great Ideas for Around the House

Two It Yourself: Re-use Yankee Candle Jars: How to Remove Wax from the Glass Holder

AWESOME! Mod Podge fabric onto a wooden chair! Full tutorial by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body for All Things Thrifty!

"Upholster" a chair with Mod Podge and fabric!

DIY screen printing with Mod Podge - Mod Podge Rocks

DIY screen printing with Mod Podge - Mod Podge Rocks

Lacy and sophisticated DIY coasters - Mod Podge Rocks

Lacy and sophisticated DIY coasters - Mod Podge Rocks

Newly designed from the old white table. I painted it and mod podged some fabric to the top, I have this same fabric on my bathroom vanity and a piece framed as well, since our bathroom is mainly white it needed the extra 'fun" color. Now I can place my clothes on it when I go to take a shower instead of having to set them on the toliet!

refinishing a table top with mod podge and fabric.

Target table revamp with a pillowcase. - Mod Podge Rocks

Target table revamp with a pillowcase. - Mod Podge Rocks

1960's Inspired Decoupage coffee table made with fabric and Mod Podge. Great way to salvage a damaged table top.

1960's Inspired Decoupage Coffee Table

wall mounted kitchen counter good for small space

Building a Wall-Mounted Kitchen Counter