one of my favorites :) lots of my girl friends have requested this for their bathrooms! ( Sanded branch from outside, Nails, Jute String to hang.

one of my favorites :) lots of my girl friends have requested this for their bathrooms! ( Sanded branch from outside, Nails, Jute String to hang.

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Google Image Result for http://aliciahaskewphotography.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/stylish-photos-display-1-500x752.jpg%3Fw%3D640

Look What Jeff Did: DIY Farmhouse Table @Sugarandpie , but what about this for my table legs? Like build out the copycat French country table, but with these legs?

Look What Jeff Did: DIY Farmhouse Table @Sugarandpie , but what about this for my table legs? Like build out the copycat French country table, but with these legs?

I have never seen a good way to use up the old negatives from my old cameras.  And just like that, a lamp.

I have never seen a good way to use up the old negatives from my old cameras. And just like that, a lamp.

Something similar with popcorn tin and burlap instead of music sheet or a vintage picture. With the lid on it would hide cleaning supplies

Something similar with popcorn tin and burlap instead of music sheet or a vintage picture. With the lid on it would hide cleaning supplies

it is well with my soul...last song my Grampa listened to before passing away I love this over baby

it is well with my soul...last song my Grampa listened to before passing away I love this over baby

Weathered gray wood planks. Get this look on a small budget by visiting your local building centre and asking for "rough-cut" pine boards, in various widths. Then head to the paint department for a few cans of stain and some staining materials. Blend and overlap light grey, dark grey and brown stains. Practice on once side of the board until you get the look you like, then do your magic on the viewing side. www.kbchome.ca

Weathered gray wood planks. Get this look on a small budget by visiting your local building centre and asking for "rough-cut" pine boards, in various widths. Then head to the paint department for a few cans of stain and some staining materials. Blend and overlap light grey, dark grey and brown stains. Practice on once side of the board until you get the look you like, then do your magic on the viewing side. www.kbchome.ca

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