I am going to share with you some of my rustic farmhouse kitchen decor today. Plus you have a chance to win a $100 Walmart gift card at the bottom of this post. Finding rustic style at Walmart? Oh yes you can! This is part of a year long series of posts promoting the Better Homes and Gardens collection at Walmart. I have found so many great products both online and in stores and I am so excited to share even more of those with you today.
If you have been around here any time at all, you know that I love mason jars. When I needed a bit of new art in my kitchen, I created this fun mason jar pallet art to go in that spot. Y’all can totally make this as well. Just follow along below with my steps to make some pallet art of your own. You can paint on the mason jar like my version or anything else that fits with your home.
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.
Cross stitch was my very first ever true “craft” that I learned. So seeing it come back in new ways lately had me itching to do a project. This one however doesn’t take nearly as long! My cross stitch sign on wood can be made in just minutes. This is a part of the design competition with my Cricut Explore however I am not compensated for this post.
I was challenged by Better Homes and Gardens this month to make my home holiday ready and they are sponsoring this post. For me the flurry of holiday guests sends me into nesting and organization mode. Around our home, the guests all feel free to just pop in the back door. Which means instead of entering through our foyer they are coming in through the mud room. Hmmm…not exactly holiday ready y’all. So I made it my mission to organize, clean up, and make my mud room ready for any holiday celebration that happens at our home.
I have been secretly working on my mud room for a few weeks now and this week is the big reveal. I am going to start with a few project posts then I will show you the entire room. One of the first projects I tackled was making a barn wood frame. You see I had this plain old builder grade mirror. You know the one with those awful clips that hold it on the wall? Well it was time to say bye to those clips and hello to gorgeous farmhouse style. If you want to be inspired by even more rustic wood projects, be sure to scroll to the end of this post.
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.