That Old Iron Gate - I Mean Iron Bed
I can't tell you how many times, over the years, I've received calls asking for a mismatched footboard or headboard. And how many times the person asking was wanting to use it for a gate.
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DIY Idea: Paint Your Own Faux-Brick Sidewalk!
Concrete sidewalk getting you down? Spruce that bad boy up with this simple DIY idea! Some paint and a mini roller (and a steady hand) are all you need to turn boring concrete sidewalks into inviting brick pathways. From MyHomeIdeas: Claudia Darr mixed a batch of brick-red paint and rolled it right onto a concrete walk. After painting a 100-foot-long path in an afternoon, she was so pleased with the results that she went on to faux brick her entire driveway. What do you guys think? Clever?…
Week Wrap Up #3 (Inspiration on how to turn trash into treasure)
Well that time has come, time to wrap up the week. Boy, this week sure up speed by, anyone else feel like that? It probably has a lot to do ...
Then on to craft project #823
Okay, I’m not really keeping track of how many craft projects I’ve done in my lifetime. This is my latest one for the garden—a “bell” tower wind chime, of sorts. You c…
David Guilfoose’s Recycled Wine Bottle Art, Lamps, and Candleholders
Two posts today, so as to make up for being MIA the last two days (been sick as a junkyard dawg- the flu). I’m slowly working/plotting/stock-piling/hoarding (call it what you will!) mate…
Make Rustic Hanging Solar Lights
Although solar lighting is awesome, it can be a bit too modern or sleek for some homes. Additionally, you might not always have walkways to utilize those ground stakes that are oh so cheap at big box and dollar stores. This solar light idea has you disassembling and making something new, with a more rustic feel.Believe it or not, solar stake lights are relatively easy to dismantle. That’s the case here as you remove the actual stake and cut a hole in the bottom of a small pail.