More to explore:

Balloon

More from this board

Tutorial Just PVC pipe, Vinyl, and some sewing and hammering and Tah-Dah! Outdoor Movie Nights!

The BEST EVER "how to" for Back yard movie night. wonderful instructions

#diy #crafts

DIY Hammocks • Projects and Tutorials! Including, from 'gardenista', this cool diy instant hammock project.

I took a pile of old pallets and some scrap plywood and turned it into an indoor recycling separator! Total cost to me, $4.50 for the lid hinges plus the cost of the nails and screws which I already had lying around. It took awhile for assembly and sanding but it looks great after it is all done. I used a wood burner to label the holes in the lid for the final touch.

20 Awesome Upcycled & DIY Teacher Gifts - Giddy Upcycled

2x4 snowman measurements- how to make a wooden snowman

DIY - Easy Fall Candles - ps after the ice storm we definitely have the branches!!!

How Clever is this ? DIY Wood tilt out trash cabinet !

50 Fabulous outdoor Christmas decorations for a winter wonderland

How to take a pallet apart.

Large Vertical Distressed Red Believe sign with Metal Snowflakes, wood hand painted signs, christmas deocrations, christmas gifts

Creative and Awesome Do It Yourself Project Ideas ! - Just Imagine - Daily Dose of Creativity

DIY Kitchen Back Splash {The Easy Way} Uses Bondera to stick the tiles to wall instead of a mortar

Create a faux wood pallet wall - Wendy James Designs - While up in LA for a Design Bloggers’ Conference, I had dinner at Blue Cow Kitchen and was completely dra…

brick wall rustic | how to install a brick wall: Rustic Crafts & Chic Décor I can have the exposed brick look.

Cute for dinning room

My Repurposed Life How to make a Chair Bench

burlap door hanger -tutorial

homevolution: Holy &*%$ - I built a table!

How to recover lampshades, using fabrics. This is one of the best tutorials on this Ive seen.

World’s Easiest Bead & Ribbon Necklace DIY

Ruffly Door Wreath. This looks awesome but I'm pretty sure I don't have the patience to actually make one. But just in case...

An Oatmeal Box Vase- Nifty! And you can cover the canisters with whatever you like- burlap, thick lace, or anything! :)

Upholstering Instructions at Better Homes and Gardens. In a nutshell: Strip the chair of its original fabric and use the pieces as pattern. Then pin the pieces wrong sides out onto the chair. Remove pinned cover and sew it together, with welting reinforcing the seams. Put sewn cover back on the chair. It should fit like a glove!