Total DIY cost...20 dollars! You will need an 8′ base pine base molding and an 8′ crown molding plus white spray paint. Wood glue the
michelemichele Crown Molding Shoe Shelves- perfect space saver storage. 8' base pine base molding and 8' crown molding + white spray paint. Wood glue
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Rose1955Rose1955 Crown Molding Shoe Shelves- perfect space saver storage. Total Cost $20 $8- 8' base pine base molding and $9- 8' crown molding + white
terraterra Pine cone wreath from Just a Girl. Round Styrofoam base, and a glue gun. Spray paint the base brown first.
eddieeddie Cost: four 15” deep Billy bookcases at $69 each ($300 with tax), plus plywood, crown molding and trim: $65
Total = $365
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marinamarina 20 kitchen staples that are quick & easy to make at home, for a fraction of the cost. Plus, you don't need to clutter up your shelves with
janedoejanedoe DIY Animal Toppers for Jars. All you do is glue plastic animals on a lid and spray paint.
emz23emz23 DIY Mercury Glass All you need is a couple of clear vases or votives, a spray bottle with water and mirror paint. You can get the mirror
harrietharriet To make this you will need: 3- square pieces of wood (we used a 4x4) red, white and blue paint brown paint to distress (if wanted)
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johnjohn Great look for a house with wood paneling. Who says you need to paint over it?! This looks awesome. And totally digging the painted white
linda.pareschilinda.pareschi DIY decoupage eggs for Easter Need: hard boiled eggs (cold), pretty fabric, glue (craft glue)1. Cute out shapes you like from fabric2. Carefully paint a thin layer of glue and press fabric down on glue - paint another thin layer on top (make sure there are no bubbles in glue)3. Dry and if you want a glossy look add another layer of glue otherwise display in pretty dish for company.Eggs will spoil - so only sit out on table when ready to eat.Decoupage (or découpage) is the art of decorating an object by gluing colored paper cutouts onto it in combination with special paint effects,gold leaf and so on
anastasiaanastasia Dryer Vent Pumpkin
For those of you who maybe haven't see this industrial pumpkin before, here is what you need: Dryer vent (purchased at your local hardware store), orange spray paint, a stem (I used cinnamon sticks, but you can use sticks or whatever you want), and a little bit of raffia. I cut and glued the vent into a donut using hot glue. Then I spray painted the whole thing, making sure to get in all the groves. Attach the cinnamon sticks and raffia, you have yourself a cute little pumpkin!