Handpainted 5.5 tall wood letters by TheHandpaintedHero on Etsy, $5.00

Hand-painted 5.5" tall wood letters Marvel and DC Superheroes

How to Build a Fabulous Floating Deck • Ideas, tips and tutorials!

How to Build a Fabulous DIY Floating Deck

The Beginner's Guide to Using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint & Wax: One Beginner's Tips to Another! | I let my intimidation over using Chalk Paint® Decorative Paint by Annie Sloan keep me from exploring the medium for way too long. Now that I have finally given it a whirl, I'm eager to empower other beginners to give it a go. It's SO much easier than you think it is! Especially with this step by step run-down.

The Beginner's Guide to Using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint & Wax: One Beginner's Tips to Another! | I let my intimidation over using Chalk Paint® Decorative Paint by Annie Sloan keep me from exploring the medium for way too long. Now that I have finally given it a whirl, I'm eager to empower other beginners to give it a go. It's SO much easier than you think it is! Especially with this step by step run-down.

Stick letter art?!! Are you kidding me! How easy and smart and cheap is this!!??? could do house numbers too!!!

Stick letter art?!! Are you kidding me! How easy and smart and cheap is this!!??? could do house numbers too!!!

3 Panel Giraffe - Nail and String Art by brokenwingArts

3 Panel Giraffe Nail and String Art *Original Design

upcycled rowing oars into coat hangers - for the mudroom, lake house, man cave etc.

Pin-tastic Tuesday: Coastal Cottage Chic

upcycled rowing oars into coat hangers - for the mudroom, lake house, man cave etc.

I did this a few years ago with my son's school picture. We also wrote on the back side of the ornament the year and his age. Grandparents loved them. I copied the picture on to sort of heavy weight paper, you have to roll the picture to get it in the glass ball. Chop sticks come in handy for this process. You can use any kind of glass ball.

Photo Craft Ideas

I did this a few years ago with my son's school picture. We also wrote on the back side of the ornament the year and his age. Grandparents loved them. I copied the picture on to sort of heavy weight paper, you have to roll the picture to get it in the glass ball. Chop sticks come in handy for this process. You can use any kind of glass ball.

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