Hello Folks! I hope you’ve been well!
I want to share my latest tutorial of how to reuse glass or plastic bottles. All you need is space, Epsom salts, Tacky spray and time.
You can check it out here. The once useless bottles will become useful again! Make them into beautiful vases for dried flowers or other decorations.
I wanted to share my newest tutorial of how to make your own shield for your Halloween, plays and cosplays costumes. It was a lot of fun but it does take preparation. I give a full detail instruction of how its done here. Check it out, if you want a cooler and more unique shield.
It was a beautiful day in the neighbourhood and decided to do some crafting outside.
I wanted to share my garage sale find! I always wanted a Roman style pillar in my possession and I found mine at a garage sale!
What you see is a completed spray painted pillar. I used Rust-oleum, Universal All-Surface (Satin Nickel – Metallic).
Unfortunately, I forgot to take a before picture but originally the pillar was in an ivory color, dirty and the paint was flaking off in chunks revealing the plaster underneath.
By itself the pillar was ugly but I saw the potential for greatness!
I decided a beautiful coat of paint would allow its beauty to shine thru. The old paint had to come off and my patient hubby helped with the sanding 🙂
It took two coats which almost used the whole can of spray paint. Once the warm sun-dried the fresh paint, I brought in my new pillar. What do you think? 🙂
Does it have a classy look? I even enjoy the bottom flaw which gives it authentic antiquity.
Thank you for visiting me today! I hope you’re enjoying your summer!
I hope your well and enjoying those sunny days!?
I wanted to share my lastest tutorial of making your very own victorian jewellery holder. I had a lot fun making these, so much fun I made five unique pieces.
If you want to see them all check it out here 🙂
Hello, Folks! How’s the summer treating you? I hope everyone is staying hydrated. Where I live in Northern Alberta has been hot, +28 – +32 degrees Celsius! Yikes! Too hot! I wanted to share my little idea to give a boring brown basket a FACELIFT! Originally, I was going to get rid of it but decided it can still be useful just a whole different look!
I used just regular paint you find at Wal-Mart. It took two coats. I could have painted the weave base a 3rd time as its dye was bleeding thru but decided I like the rustic look 🙂 The trim is unique orange that I created from adding a bit of white paint to the loud and bright orange that I had on hand. I hope I inspired you to also take something that you were going to get rid of and giving it new life! Please take care my friends! _Cute Fluff
Have you ever had items you’ve kept for years thinking one of these days it’ll be handy, well, wooden stars that were given to me by my mom years ago finally have become something other than being stored in a tote. Thanks mom for all those craft items 🙂
A bit of clay paint, nails, washers, wire and WALA! I have created a place to stow your keys at the entrance of your home. I had a lot of fun making these one-of -kind holders but moving on to other projects.