I love terra cotta pots but I don’t like the bright orange color. I wanted my pots to actually “look old”, not look like they were “painted to look old”. So today I am going to share two great ways to age terra cotta pots.
I love these hanging shelves I put up on our back porch. I decided the hanging shelves would look great with some small pots and plants. I found these terra cotta pots at Home Depot for $1.29 but knew they needed some TLC. I am not a fan of the bright orange color (as seen below on the left). I have also never “aged” terracotta pots before but knew I wanted them to actually “look old”, not look like they were “painted to look old”. Today I am sharing the “garden lime” method and the “yogurt method”.
I love using milk paint to update vintage furniture. One of my favorite projects was redoing this amazing Armoire. Today I am excited to share my latest DIY milk paint project.
It’s a new month and I have a new theme.
The theme for March is Remodel and Renovate and I am starting out the month with a cabinet I redid with milk paint! I love using milk paint to paint vintage furniture. You paint it on and it flakes off and looks so original! Every time I use milk paint, I absolutely love the end result.
I have been wanting to make a DIY pillow like this for Valentine’s Day. We have two birthday Valentines in our family so I am always looking for cute Valentine’s Day gift ideas. This pillow is my favorite one so far! I made it without using a sewing machine and used a pillow cover from IKEA!
It’s fun to decorate mantles, tables, trees, and windows for the Christmas holiday. But what about places that aren’t typically dressed out in décor? Like bookshelves? Today I am going to share how to make Christmas book covers.
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