What’s up guys! Today I wanted to share a super simple and super cute Up-cycle project using popcorn tins. I had this tin since the holidays and finally got around to making it into a really cute container. Below is the video showing you exactly what I did to makeover the popcorn tin.
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I’m super excited to be sharing with you my first of TWO Small Patio Makeover on a Budget series! Over the weekend my wonderful husband and I -with the help of our kids- cleaned and dressed our front patio. Getting it one step closer to being a beautiful oasis! One of the things we initially did was power wash our patio. What a difference that made! I didn’t think our patio was too bad but once we power washed it there are a huge difference! The photos don’t do it justice!
Once we were done with cleaning the patio we then planted some very pretty perennials and some awesome hanging baskets as well as some pretty plants around the patio seating area. It was a very simple project with minimal work (with the exception of planting the flowers).
The patio furniture we have was bought on sale from Wayfair last year – https://goo.gl/at1bth this is the set we got but we bough it at the end of the season and saved a ton! When we got it we used it in our back patio last year but decided move it to our front patio and get a larger set in the future for the back.
- Hanging Baskets: Calibrachoa $29.98 each
- Patio Garden: Autumn Sage Red 2 for $10.00
- Flowers in baskets: Blanket Flower 2 for $10.00
- Patio Furniture: Wayfair (on sale last year for $240) https://goo.gl/at1bth
- End tables (for plants) $8.00 each Ikea
Here is my youtube video with our process:
I’m happy with the overall look of the patio! But will be adding some colorful pillows, outdoor rug, lighting and more plants! Some come back and check out my second part of my patio make over!
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I have been wanting to redo my laundry room for some time now. I think the previous owner didn’t use the room to it’s fullest potential. The room is a nice size and i cannot wait to revamp it, so when I went to Target recently I knew that some of the Valentine decor would be perfect for my laundry room/ new office. I also made a few Dollar Tree DIY projects that will go perfect with the office decor. Stay tuned to see the laundry room redo (coming very soon!) but for now I want to show you some DIY room decor I made using products from Target and the Dollar Tree:
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What’s up guys! It has been one crazy month. I cannot believe Christmas is over and we are heading towards the New Year! I hope you all had an amazing Holiday. Today I wanted to share a video my husband helped me with! We build our very own Floating Shelves and I lOVE it! I posted a link to my youtube channel where you can see my hubby at work! I love his voice and how he explained the process!
Come check it out
Have a Healthy, Prosperous New Year! See you in 2017!!
Today I wanted to share a DIY tutorial that is super cute and can be used all year long. I was inspired by welcome post signs I’ve seen on Pinterest but wanted to add my own twist using materials I already had available. The only thing I purchased was the 4x4x8 post. If you do purchase any materials, you will be able to make (2) 4ft. Welcome Posts. One for you and one to give away. Or you can use the other post to make any number of projects!
Tools and Materials Needed:
- 4x4x8 wood post (I cut mine down to 4ft high) If you can’t cut it at home your local Home Depot can cut it for you fo’ FREE
- wood glue
- 1×12 cut down to 1- 5×5 wood square
- 1×12 cut down to 2- 6×6 wood square
- scrap window trim (optional) big enough for the 4×4 post top
- scrap base molding (optional) big enough for the 4×4 post base
- white paint (I used some left over paint, hehe) (optional)
- black spray paint -or any color you choose
- wall hook
- caulk and wood filler-optional -I used it to fill any gaps on the trim
- screws and drill -optional or gorilla glue
- sand paper
STEP ONE: First thing we did was cut down all our wood pieces that needed to be cut. I had my husband do the cutting for me, i’m not too skilled at using the saw and didn’t want to hurt myself.