If you are looking for a unique idea for planting your spring and summer flowers, look no further then this painted bowl planter. Find a bowl at the thrift store to transform into the fabulous creation. If you have some paint and a potato, you can make this craft. Did I just say potato? Oh yes I did!
I love a good cheese tray at a party. You can make this great slate cheese tray for your parties in just a few minutes. The colorful strips are chalkboard so you can write in the types of cheeses for your guests. Choose the colors that match your party or home decor.
I am kicking off an entire week of summer mason jar crafts with some blog friends today. I am starting with these super quick and easy succulent jar magnets. You can scroll to the bottom of this post to see what the other blogs came up with today. First you can learn how to make these fun magnets in just minutes.
Recycling to me also means saving those thrift store finds. Here I created a vintage map tray from a thrift store tray plus an old book of railroad maps. The results are an amazing and classic serving tray that can be used year round. If you have missed any of our 15 minute crafts this week, be sure to catch up with day 1. You can scroll down and see today’s Craft Lightning posts from our partners at the bottom of this post as well. Now lets get crafty!
I thought I would share with y’all my tutorial on how to sew cafe style curtains. I revealed these curtains last week in my rustic farmhouse kitchen post. I really love cafe style curtains in here because they block more light to protect our wood floors while still allowing us to see out at all times. The kitchen faces the back of the house and I love the light streaming in at all times of the day. However they really don’t make these style curtains for big windows. Well y’all can make custom sized cafe style curtains for yourself easily!
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.
Do you have trouble organizing the screws, nails, bolts, and more that seem to take over your life? My mason jar hardware organizer will fix that for you! Use this handy organizer in the garage or anywhere in your home to control the clutter and keep everything nice, neat, and labeled! I am using labels from Online Labels and they have sponsored this post. All opinions and projects are my own however.
I am in love with the project I have for y’all today. My cabinet door organization is making my life so much easier in the kitchen. Plus it is such a simple project that anyone can do it in minutes. This post is brought to you as part of my design team status with DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
Ever have one of those projects you adore? That is the case with this metallic painted pineapple fruit bowl. This post is sponsored by DecoArt however all opinions and projects are my own. I am using the Americana Multi-Surface paint that is available in Michaels. Visit the DecoArt Multi-Surface website for more crafting ideas and inspiration.