Glitter and garlands, oh my. Mustard Seed Creations made this spectacular "WISH" garland from an empty cereal box. AND some fabulous glitter.
I can't wait until Tuesday, the sheer volume of fabulous ideas is STAGGERING!
Home Decor Ideas for Real People. With Real Stuff. And Real Budgets
Happy Thanksgiving to my wonderful readers!
I wish good times, safe travels and long afternoon naps for each one of you!
I'll meet you back here on Saturday, to share some of my favorite "REINVENTED" holiday ideas from this week's Trash to Treasure party!
Hi y'all! Happy "Exactly one week before Thanksgiving Day day!"
Today I'm participating in my very good blog friend Melissa's MY FAVORITE THINGS party at 320 Sycamore.
Melissa's party guests are sharing their most favorite things, from any category: home decor, makeup, food, clothing...ANYTHING.
Let me tell you, before I share my list, that ALMOST ALL of these items I tried on the recommendation of a friend, and FELL. IN. LOVE. That's why this party is such a fabulous idea, like we're all in Melissa's living room talking about what we like. So cool.
So, here we go.
I'll start with the obvious. Rustoleum's Heirloom White spray paint. You can paint ANYTHING with this stuff: glass, wood, metal, brass, you name it, I've tried it. AND IT WORKED. The color is gorgeous, but you didn't need me to tell you THAT.
Aren't they beautiful and sparkly and gorgeous?
Now, let's get to the PARTY!
Please remember to link back to REINVENTED in your posts, so that everyone can share ideas, 'cuz, after all, that's what we're all here for!
That's it! Good luck!
Ralph is NOT a cheap date. He set me back $15, bu this quart should last for a VERY LONG TIME.
I have been dying to try this famous glaze, and the wheels have been a turnin' for an excuse, I mean a project idea. I love the look of aged metal finishes, so I decided to see if Ralph could help me out.
I bought one of those raw wood craft frames at Joann's, then promptly forgot to take a BEFORE picture.
I painted the frame with some silver spray paint that I had on hand.
Here's what I got. Galvanized metal? Tarnished silver? A good idea gone bad?
I actually love it. (the picture doesn't do it justice, honest) You could try this finish on a thrift store frame too. What do you think?
Link up those Trash to Treasure projects!
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How much was my copy? ZERO DOLLARS. Zip. Nada. Nothing. It just cost me my time.
And one hole in my thumb.
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Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch
Check out the fabulous ideas!
Holy Thankgiving Centerpiece, Batman. These ribbon embellished pumpkins are the cutest thing EVER. Click here for the tutorial.
Now I'm an hour behind on that "To Do" list that easily could have taken ALL DAY LONG.