Fingerprint necklace...used the idea I found on here just got colored clay so I did not need a color spray paint and put eye shadow on the
For the Home
I just did this today. Found here on Pinterest a while back and thought what a neat idea since we use our pool almost everyday in the warmer months. Just buy a shower rod, this one is a tension one and then I used the hooks to hang the curtain on, as hooks for the wet suits and towels instead.
I'm in the garden
This is my PARIS themed master bathroom. On the color chart, paint your ceiling the shade lighter than your wall. I removed the large mirrors the builder put and spray painted Hobby Lobby mirrors and hung them. I got a lot of my nic-nacs from PARIS, Las Vegas. Not been to France. (yet!)
spray paint furniture!!!! Great Idea!!! I got some that need a facelift, especially how I am painting and fixing up all the rooms!
Painting in a bag (my little one was about 9 months old here). This was a craft that we made for my mom. I put white paint on blue paper and stuck it all into a gallon sized storage bag. She just squished the paint around. I also like to put white paper in with blobs of different colored paints. . . she can see how they mix together to make other colors. Photo and original idea: Kristen Shawley
Baby food jar turned into spice jars! I did this project today, I used regular spray paint and put labels on top. Looks great and instead
I was bored yesterday, so I decided to attempt to make the famous Sanderson Sisters' spellbook. I used a cardboard book shaped box from a craft store, baking clay, paint, a little glue, and a googly eye. Best afternoon ever! Here is what i finished with:
Taco Seasoning by thenerdswife, via Flickr (just made this and used it for seasoning ground beef for meat bean and cheese burritos. I did NOT put the salt it called for. I used only a little Himalayan pink sea salt. This taco seasoning recipe will be what I use from now on!! No more packages!!!--Misty 5-30-2014)
Outside is painted in General Finishes Antique white. The inside turquoise is a color I created using Patina Green, Corinth Blue and Snow White milk paint. I used General Finishes Pitch Black glaze on just the details not the whole piece. I sealed the whole china cabinet inside and out with General Finishes High Performance topcoat in Satin. I also sprayed the hardware with Rustoleum metallic spray paint - The Distressed Fleur De Lis
Previous Pinner says: Crayon hot rocks: If you have not done this yet, you need to. Simply warm up the rocks in the oven (I did 220 for 10 minutes), then put them on a stack of newspapers (or something else you don't care if it gets crayon in it) and let the little ones go to town. Just remind them it is hot. I have done it with 2 1/2 year olds with no problem. My little lady often brings in rocks for me to "cook" so she can paint them
Crayon hot rocks: If you have not done this yet, you need to. Simply warm up the rocks in the oven (I did 220 for 10 minutes), then put them on a stack of newspapers (or something else you don't care if it gets crayon in it) and let the little ones go to town. Just remind them it is hot. I have done it with 2 1/2 year olds with no problem. My little lady often brings in rocks for me to "cook" so she can paint them
You can get big blocks of foam at craft and fabric stores and cut them to size. Then you can sew covers for them. I made an outdoor foam block to put under my dogs bed, I just used spray adhesive and pressed the fabric on since it was waterproof and I wouldn't need to put it in a washer.
Great idea for an old dresser. I took a beat up looking cherry dresser, used automotive spray paint and did it black-looks amazing!
French Provincial-- I used "nickel" colored spray paint from Lowe's. The best metallic paint I've found that doesn't come in a spray can is the Ralph Lauren collection at Home Depot. For the trim, I went to a Joann store and they had a pretty big selection of metallic paints there.
Homemade Peppermint Foot Cream I originally found this recipe at Frugally Sustainable and I fell in love with it the first time I used it. It wasn't just the great peppermint smell, but it was what it did to my feet. For the last several years my feet have taken quite a beating. They were rough, dry, cracking, and had some kind of fungus that would not go away no matter what I put on them! This cream is AmAzInG!! I now have my soft, non fungus feet back! Don't worry, I won't
This right here is why I won't even make an effort to make friends anymore. Yeah, I have no friends. Yeah, it sucks. I wish I did. But im not going to put a buncha effort into a friendship and get my hopes up to have them just walk away like everyone else in my life. It's not worth it. Not when I'm the only one who ever makes an effort. So ill just remain lonely and friendless.
I used chalkboard spray paint on the bottom instead of dipping (much cheaper). I just used blue tape and paper towels to protect the rest
Things to Make
"In the tub, when I had to do that scene where I come up, I kept filling with water in my nose, so I put diving plugs in, and I found one of those after that, I did not find the other one." "So the other one's floating around in your head right now." "It may-that's my excuse." "Explains-" "A lot" "So much"
Scott V. Stewart
Another pinner said...I took this idea, got a white skirt at the Salvation Army and then used fabric paint to paint spider webs on it. People love it!
I can't believer I did not think of this. Put a glue top on acrylic paint bottle and you can
write with it.
I did this version of wall art. It cost me less than $20. I found frames that were $1 each and got 9. And spent $10 on a big pack of paper and only used a fraction.
That Long Hair Girl
New NFL Pants Offer A Surprising Look | I'm sorry, I had too. So funny! did the designers not test the fabric...or maybe he should just put on some underwear! lol
Dazzle Camouflage was a camouflage paint scheme used on ships, extensively during World War I. This technique did not conceal the ship but
this 1 is cute
billy bookcase (ikea) with fabric backing - I did this project for $4. I already had the shelf and some leftover paint in the house. I got 1 yd of fabric from the clearance section at JoAnns. Used fabric glue to glue the fabric to the backing, after removing the backing. Painted the shelf then nailed the backing back on. So easy!!
I use to love this stuff! Multi-colored eyes. And here, it is so subtle yet so much more powerful. And the glossiness effect makes the eye look like a marble.. containing all the power of color? I don't know, this is just how art goes through MY head :/
Of the Home
Ink stain remover ... So i used chi are-sole hairspray and generic hand sanitizer and in less than 10 mins did NOT even scrub the stain and it took the ink out of the ACU's that I had been trying to get the stain out of for 30 mins (and getting no where) before i finally came to pinterest and found this!!!!! The stain was completely gone before I put in the washer
No, I do not have a drinking problem. It's just that I'm working on this craft I found on Pinterest and I need 1587 more wine corks.
Grant Avenue Florist
•❈• Do you have an old door? Did you find one and are saving it for a project in the future? Well if you answered yes to either question...maybe a version of this might be the perfect project. Just take the idea and run with it...put your spin...style and color palette on it and I bet you will have a new treasure!
There are SO many halloween decoration ideas here! But I loved the idea to spray paint and even glitter your skeletons! Things you can get at a dollar store! Great idea! Love this mantle!
A swing inside the home....BRILLIANT! I used to have one of these on a spring so that not only did it swing but it could bounce too!