Spray-paint your coffee beans and use them in a glass vase or put them in a clear box to hold your make-up brushes, pencils etc.
spray paint coffee beans and use them as vase filler.
how to paint the beans... it was mentioned that a bag of great northern beans were much less expensive than coffee beans.... put beans on wax paper and use paint... in this case silver metallic spray paint. Turn them over (not individually) after 30 minutes and paint again.
Spray paint coffee beans and use as a vase filler. love this idea
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Functional ways to up-cycle jars. Would work for paint brushes, pencils and pens as well. Use your imagination!
lazy susan, coffee cans, scrapbook paper, spray adhesive...could be used for anything - paint studio, make up etc on your vanity, utensils in the kitchen, pen/pencils etc on computer desk....
Cheap glasses, rubber bands, and frost spray paint. Place rubber bands how you want, then use Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass spray paint, waiting 2 min in between coats. Once dry you will want to use a sealer to make it water resistant. You can use Krylon Matte Finish Spray or Krylon Crystal Clear Acrylic Coating.
Morning Brew Make mornings easier with an all-in-one coffee station. Use a basket to hold filters, coffee beans, and travel mugs, and keep
A great way to re-use your wine bottles. I simple just tape off the design I want and then spray paint. Let the paint dry and feel of the paint for a nice decorative vase!! If I need to touch up I just use a Q-tip and nail polish remover!!! So simple and cheap...I even made 50 of them for a friends wedding centerpieces...Just ask your friends, family or local bars/winery's to save bottles!!!
Great idea to store your brushes, even pens and pencils! Get a glass jar and stick some sand or rocks In it and stick the brushes or stationary it!
Store make up brushes in a cup filled with coffee beans (brush tip up).
make these then spray paint different colors add stakes and use in garden :) or make a bunch and hang them all over your bedroom wall behind your bed like a headboard
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Halloween decor do with with wine bottles, start saving up your bottles too haha and use a more clear paint, cut the bottoms off the bottles and put candles in them!!! @Claire Nard Kinard
Paint swatches framed behind glass to make a dry-erase calendar. I would make a weekly calendar and use a different color for each family member. You could even mark your recurring commitments (dance lessons, work schedule, etc) under the glass so that you don't have to re-write them every week. It would be easy to swap them out if something changes.
We definitely need this for all the coffee we drink! Make mornings easier with an all-in-one coffee station. Use a basket to hold filters, coffee beans, and travel mugs, and keep it next to your coffeemaker, so brewing a fresh pot is a one-step task.
Whether you buy flowers at your local grocery store or a from a florist, here are three tips for making tulips last: first, unlike with most flowers, use a small amount of water in the vase. Otherwise, the tulips continue to grow and they'll bend over and break. Second, don't change the water and recut the stems- that will make them droop. And third, put a splash of bleach in the water to keep the water clear and you'll enjoy your beautiful tulips for an entire week!
Jack Daniel's Whiskey barrel coffee tables - Barrels can be found at Osh. 32" round glass can be cut from a local glass shop (you can get fancy with beveled edges, etc) They are filled with basket filler that can be found at Michael's (put some scrunched up newspaper in the bottom in order to use less filler - then add your own personal decor on top. They are one of the more pricier crafts - but you will absolutely love them.
use rubber bands and a glass spray paint to frost them. Inexpensive, easy and a really great finish.
My niece does this: uses coffee beans to hold her makeup brushes in place.
Make Your Matches Waterproof! Put them into clear straws, and seal with heat from a lighter or other matches.