Pieren Century Farms
Pieren Century Farms
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old bed frame as a gate
Irons Beds, Ideas, Garden Gates, Irons Headboards, Gardens Gates, Old Beds Frames, Iron Headboard, Irons Gates, Beds Headboards
old iron gate... once an iron bed headboard...
old bedframe as a gate - great use of an iron bed headboard or footboard when the other has been damaged beyond repair or lost - a creative way to have a beautiful gate your very own, love the designs of some iron headboards (on both garden gates and upcycled furniture)..what a great idea.
Old bed frame as a gate - a creative way to have a beautiful gate your very own, love the designs of some iron headboards (on both garden gates and upcycled furniture)
Greenhouse from old windows
Green Houses, Picasa Web, Bobs Bowls, Lakes Houses, Greenhouses, Salvaged Materials, Bowls Rustic, July Spangler, Gardens Sheds
Green house by Bob Bowling Rustics - Julie Spangler - Picasa Web Albums
One of the largest of the Bob Bowling Rustics structures, this Lake House Retreat room is 8'x12' and features all vintage windows and doors
Fantastically creative greenhouses, backyard retreats, garden rooms, chicken coops and even outdoor showers. They are built using salvaged and recycled materials. #garden #shed #greenhouse #home #recycled #salvaged by Bob Bowling Rustics. by graciela
Charming Garden Sheds from Salvaged Materials
Greenhouse / garden shed created from old windows that were removed from a school.
Green Houses, Nursery, Old Windows, Greenhouses Ideas, Glasshous, Photo, Gardens Sheds, Cute Sheds, Old Window Greenhouses
IMG024 | Explore Calico Apron's photos on Flickr. Calico Apr… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
old window greenhouse | Greenhouse / garden shed created from old windows that were removed ...
Nice small green house from old windows.
cute shed - (Created by Sara Calico Apron on Flickr)
Old windows and wood pallets greenhouse
Green Houses, Gardens Ideas, Rustic Gardens, Recycled Window, Gardens Houses, Greenhouses, Old Window, Wood Pallets, Gardens Sheds
Bob Bowling Rustics gardening sheds and greenhouses.
Garden House, Greenhouse, Studio.
wood pallets & recycled windows for a green house
Old windows and wood pallets greenhouse If I ever want a green house..
...Old windows and wood pallets along with an old metal roof makes another great green house or garden shed.
a country wedding....
Wedding Receptions, Tables Sets, Wedding Ideas, Rustic Tables, Picnics Tables, Wooden Tables, Lanterns, Dining Tables, Simple Wedding
simple farmhouse / rustic wedding reception. Wooden tables. Add vintage peach flowers in blue mason jars for touch of shabby chic.
Simple wedding ideas.
a simplifed rustic table setting for a barn wedding with lantern centerpieces
simple farmhouse/rustic wedding reception oak wood picnic tables with lanterns and sunflowers
Love the lanterns! farm inspiration | a no fuss dining table
Sweet use of a dresser!
Masons, Drinks Stations, Paper Straws, Parties Ideas, Shower, Pink Lemonade, Mason Jars, Masonjars, Drink Stations
pink lemonade mason jar stickers for baby shower | Wedding Trends} : Drink Stations - Belle the Magazine . The Wedding ...
Mason jar drink station - cute party idea
Drink station. mason jars in a drawer, paper straws
Tented field wedding with staged entryway leading to the ceremony site = great use of space LOVE THIS!
Spaces, Galleries, Floral Design, Apples Orchards, Fans, Tent, Orchards Wedding, Style Me Pretty, Fields Wedding
Setup at the apple orchard LOVE!
Style Me Pretty | Gallery & Inspiration | Picture - 769967
Orchard Wedding -Tented field wedding with staged entryway leading to the ceremony site
Photography by wright-photographs.com Floral Design by kpdesignsmadison.com Read more - http://www.stylemepretty.com/2012/11/01/twin-lakes-wedding-at-harvest-time-orchard-from-wright-photographs/
Tented field wedding with staged entryway leading to the ceremony site = great use of space
not a fan of wedding tents
Century Farms, Pieren Century
Transfer printed words from your computer onto wood to make sweet signs.Good tutorial.
Salvaged Wood, Vintage Looks, Painted Signs, Distressed Wood Signs, Distressed Signs, Homemade Signs, Wooden Signs, Paintings Signs, Transfer Prints
Transfer printed words from your computer onto wood to make sweet signs. AWESOME and easier than how I've always done them! Today I have a little tutorial for you. I'm going to show you how to (easily!) make these sweet wooden signs. I promise- they're a cinch, they don't take long at all to make and cost pretty much nothing. You will need: piece of salvaged wood upholstery tacks or short nails (optional) hammer acrylic paint (background color) black acrylic paint (or other color to fill in letters) large paint brush small paint brush laser printer twine Sharpie Marker or other dull, rounded tool This project started with a pile of cedar fence pieces that we've had sitting in our backyard for ages. My husband had just loaded a good portion of them into our chiminea to be burned when I got the idea for these signs and was able to save them from becoming ash. I loved how grey and weathered they had become from sitting outside. Start by lightly sanding your piece of wood if it's too rough, or just wiping it off to remove any dirt or other loose particles. Next, distress the wood to your liking. I hammered a few upholstery tacks into the corners, added a couple of empty nail holes then banged on it with the claw of my hammer. In the photo below the top piece is untouched and the bottom one has been beaten. Poor thing. Next, choose your paint. Most home improvement stores sell miss-tinted paints for very cheap, so during one of my visits to the Home Depot I picked up this little sample pot of pretty blueish gray paint for .50. Sweet! After experimenting with different paints while makig these signs, I've found that the less sheen the paint has, the better. Cheap acrylic craft paint works best, flat latex paint like the kind I used here is next best. DON'T bother with spray paint- your letters won't transfer well at all. (I wasn't really sure if I was going to be doing a tutorial for this or not until I was finished, so I'm afraid I'm missing a few photos for some of the steps. Don't worry. It will make sense anyway.) After you've properly dented and nicked your piece of wood to perfection and added your tacks or nails, take your large , dry paint brush and get a little paint on it. Wipe off any excess on the lip of your paint can and sweep your paint lightly over the wood. You're not going for a perfect paint job here. In fact, you want it to be as imperfect as possible without it looking like you were trying to make it imperfect, if that makes any sense. And don't bother painting the sides, just the front. Once you're happy with the paint, put the wood aside to dry and head to your computer. Choose a word and a font that you want on your sign and enlarge it to a size that will fit on the piece of wood that you have. Flip it so it's backwards and print. I used Adobe Photoshop to print my backwards words using the "Rotate Canvas" feature under Image, then clicking on "Flip Horizontal". If you're using another software program like Microsoft Word, it might be a little trickier. Check the already submitted comments to see if you can find something that works, or check out this link that I found that explains how to either flip the text using your printer's functions, or in Word itself. It seems like kind of an involved process, but I tried it with my older version of Word and it worked. Go back to your wood and rinse the paintbrush you just used, but don't worry about getting the brush dry. Turn your piece of paper over so that the ink is face down on your wood, position it so that it's centered (I like to crease the bottom of my paper along the edge of the wood so it doesn't move around) and begin brushing the paper with your wet paintbrush. You don't want to make your paper sopping wet or the ink will just run and the paper will disintegrate. Just wet it enough so that it seeps through to the other side and starts to release the ink from the paper. Take your Sharpie lid and begin to burnish your letters going horizontally and vertically. You want to transfer as much of the ink from the paper to the wood as you can. Don't peek, though. You don't want to accidentally shift your paper. Just scribble over each letter being sure you've burnished over every bit of each one. Here's what it should look like when you're done. You could leave it like this if you want it to be really faded looking, or... ... you can go back with your small paint brush and fill in the letters a little with some very, very diluted black paint. Once you've finished with the word, distress the sign a little more with some sandpaper, taking off some of the paint along the edges and swiping it over the word a bit to make it look more aged and authentic. Finally, nail or staple twine to the back of your wood to act as a hanger for your new, old-looking sign. I used some of my favorite foods for the signs I made for my kitchen and I just adore them. The "cocoa" sign was the very first one I did, and as you can see I was more deliberate when filling in the letters with paint than I was with the others. I like the faded look of the other ones more, so I'll go back and sand it a little so that it matches them better. Here are a couple more signs that need their twine hangers nailed on before they make the trip to the consignment store. I plan on making several more using other colors of paint and maybe even other colors of ink! Wouldn't it be cute to have a little white-washed board with the word "apples" painted on it in red? I haven't tried using other colors of ink yet, but I don't know why it wouldn't work just as well as the black. Don't limit yourself to food items when thinking of words to put on these signs. You could hang these above a bedroom door and paint the child's name on them, or your favorite inspirational word or scripture reference, or a simple word like "family" or "home" or "welcome". There's really no limit to where these could go in your house. I might just have to make another "soap" one for my laundry room. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed the tutorial, and that you can salvage some wood to
Vintage looking painted sign from salvaged wood
Transfer printed words from your computer onto wood to make a homemade sign. Good tutorial per post.
Distressed wood sign
Transfer printed words from your computer onto wood to make distressed signs - transfer vintage packaging logos onto miniatures (?) thorough instructions plus links to other helpful print transfer resources
Outdoor Wedding, Idea, Dresses Up, Colors, Tent, Wedding Arches, Beaches Wedding, Diy Wedding, Flower
inspiration. get a small tent frame and drape a fabric of your choice across then dress up with flowers. LOVE the idea but NOT these colors
slowly falling for these outdoor wedding ideas inspiration. get a small tent frame and drape a fabric of your choice across then dress up with flowers.
Great idea for a Beach wedding! Get a small tent frame and drape a fabric of your choice across, then dress up with flowers
diy wedding tent. Beach wedding/ Outdoor wedding/ Backyard wedding idea
Cheap wedding arch: small tent frame and drape a fabric of your choice across then dress up with flowers.
Outdoor Wedding, Burlap Backdrops, Idea, Parties, Burlap Wedding Decor, Dressers, Burlap Curtains, Outdoor Curtains, Burlap Draping
Burlap drapes easy! Potentially cute idea for outdoor wedding? Maybe dressed up a bit.
Burlap Wedding Ceremony Decorations Burlap Wedding Decoration Ideas
Burlap backdrop. Love this idea for a rustic or woodland wedding.
burlap outdoor curtains Love this idea? Find more creative ideas at www.clarkeallen.com/getinspired
Burlap curtains on deck. add a weathered dresser to store plastic for parties and yard tools
Field photo op with Lily
Wedding Photography, Bridal Photography, Blog Yesterday, Robinson Photography, Bridal Portraits, White Horses, Fields Photos, Photography Ideas, Meredith Bridal
Featured on WIH blog yesterday. These photos were so fun! @Rachel R Robinson...you rock!! Meredith's Bridal Shoot! Photography: Rachel Robinson #engagement #wedding #photography
Rustic, Romantic Bridals (With White Horse!) by Rachel Robinson Photography
Cowboy Boots, Wedding Ideas, Menu Cards, Barnyard Wedding, Rustic Weddings, Wedding Country, Cowboys Boots, Outdoor Weddings, Elegant Wedding
Mason jar lighting
Masons, Wedding, Hanging Mason Jars, Backyard, Mason Jars Candles, Lights Ideas, Mason Jars Lights, Mason Jars Chandeliers, Mason Jar Chandelier
Mason jar lighting idea - even in my small backyard a little set of these would look really awesome at outdoor BBQs Lexi!!! For your wedding,,
10 Reasons To Have A Backyard Wedding - Also, I adore this mason jar chandelier!
Hanging Mason Jar Lights -- 10 reasons to have a rustic backyard wedding
Ideas, Tree Stumps, Wood, Decoration, Rustic Decor, Mason Jar Candles, Rustic Weddings, Mason Jars Candles, Trees Stumps
Mason jar candles - Lovely Rustic Decoration #rusticevents
rustic wedding decor made from inexpensive logs. Great, inexpensive idea and so beautiful!
Rustic wedding - Mason jars, candles, and tree stumps. Perfect
How easy is this DIY decoration for a rustic wedding?! tree stumps, tea lights & mason jars
Mason jar centerpieces | #inspiration #rustic #wedding #bridal #belleandbunty #decor #wood #candles
Wine Barrels Wedding, Peacock Feathers, Ranch Wedding, Floral Design, Wine Country, Rustic Doors, Country Wedding, Floral Arrangements, Wood Doors
wine barrel wedding decor - Bing Images
Love the barrels for a wine country wedding :)
Photography: The Collective Photographers - thecphoto.com Floral Design: Noonan\'s Wine Country Designs - noonansdesigns.com Read More: http://www.stylemepretty.com/california-weddings/santa-margarita/2012/04/24/santa-margarita-ranch-wedding-by-the-collective-photographers/
I’ve always loved the idea of using peacock feathers as a kicking off point for wedding inspiration but after hearing what this lovely bride found in her research about what the peacock symbolizes – eternal love – I am now a die-hard fan for life. The ranch wedding she created with her beloved using the […]
floral arrangements on barrels
Rustic doors as an "arch?"
wine barrel wood door altar
Wine barrel and mason jars!
Blue Mason Jars, Drinks Glasses, Wine Barrels, Wedding Ideas, Boyfriends Stores, Parties Ideas, Karrah Wedding 3, Toms Jars, Country
Wine barrel and mason jars! Doesn't get more country than that.
Wine barrel and blue mason jars! The Boyfriend Store www.the-boyfriend-store.com
Use the old Tom's jar
love the serving jar and little mason jar drinking glasses
wine in vintage wheel barrel! Yeah right! My barrels would be filled with beer and mini shooters!!!! Lol
Water Bottle, Wheels Barrels, Vintage Wheels, Vintage Wheelbarrow, Rustic Vintage Wedding Ideas, Vintage Outdoor Wedding Ideas, Wine Coolers, Outdoor Vintage Wedding Ideas, Rustic Wedding
wine in vintage wheel barrel! or water bottles ?
Wine in vintage wheel barrel. #Rustic #Wedding #Idea #Outdoors
Vintage wheelbarrow for a #rustic wedding!
wine in vintage wheel barrel! Yeah right! My barrels would be filled with beer and wine coolers!
sweet and simple wedding details // photo by BenjHaisch.com
Guest Books, Vintage Wedding, Vintage Rustic Parties Decor, Mason Jars, Barns Wedding, Vintage Books Decor, Simple Wedding, Kelley Farms, Rustic Wedding
Super cute sign in area for a vintage wedding
rustic wedding details - guest book table
Baby's breath in barrels- LOVE