I am so excited to share my fall mantel courtesy of Kirkland’s Home. Plus they are also sponsoring a $200 gift card giveaway that one of you can win! Read about my mantel first, scroll down to see more Kirkland’s #fallfinds inspiration, then enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post. I spent about $150 on my mantel so you can definitely pull off the same look if you win the giveaway!
I made some changes to my rustic farmhouse gallery wall in the family room and thought I would share them with you today. I love mixing rustic elements from a farmhouse with more modern prints. I found a print at Minted I just had to have and so the change just happened over a few days.
I have an adorable project for you today y’all. My metallic mason jar art uses thin sheet metal that can be cut into shapes and embossed. Such a cute way to show your love for mason jars. I received the supplies for this project from an event I went to at CHA and the project itself is entered into a contest. Otherwise the project and opinions on this post are my own.
One of my goals for the new year was organizing my scrapbook supplies. I took a weekend and my rock star organization daughter and got to work. Seriously I am the labor and my teen is the mind behind almost all of these most amazing organizing posts around here. What would we do without her y’all? I know my life would be in chaos. Read on to see what we came up with and use a few of these ideas for organizing scrapbook supplies in your home. This one was originally posted on Crafts Unleashed but I am reposting here in case you missed it.
There have been some changes around our family room over the past six months or so and I never got around to sharing them here. I thought I would share our family room decor ideas. Really just an organization system and a new gallery wall. But I thought y’all might enjoy seeing where some of these blog projects end up.
Do you love that catalog look but hate the price? That is where a knock off comes in. My wood quilt square knock off is based on the Pottery Barn original. It looks like a bunch of small wood pieces that are fitted together right? I am here to tell you that this can be made without cutting any wood. Amazed? Then be sure to keep reading to find out how to make your own. This post is a part of my design team status with DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
So DecoArt also makes a crackle medium to go with their chalky finish paint. I just had to give it a try and see what it would do. Y’all follow along below as I share my adventures in using crackle medium with chalky finish paint. This is a part of my design team status with DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
A few weeks ago I went on a hunt finding a bathroom cabinet. I was rescued and sponsored by Sauder to write this series of posts. I found an amazing bookcase that was perfect for our nautical themed bathroom. I thought I would show y’all that this bookcase is not only for the bathroom. I styled it a couple of different ways and both in under 4 minutes. How? I am about to show you!
We are all on a budget. But sometimes you need some extra large high impact art for your home. I have the solution to getting huge wall art on a budget. You are going to love this project. You can customize the letters, the paint color, and the stencils to whatever will match your home decor. This one is super easy to create and will leave you with some high impact art that costs you very little. This tutorial was originally posted over at Consumer Crafts where I am compensated for my participation in their design team.