Decided to go to the dollar store to check for hot wheels in hope to find a super treasure hunt
I am so sorry I have been gone for so long I have been moving! And this is a DIY that I did on an old table for my new apartment, I hope you enjoyed watching it! Let me know how your DIY’s turn out if you try this!
In this video I will show you how to do this grey weathered wood stain! I love the grey wood look and all I want to do was fill my apartment with grey furniture! Although I could not find a table that was this exact combo (grey stain with white wash stain) I was able to do the grey stain on my own! It came out great almost like a rustic stain and all I did was dress it up with some glam decor to add a more modern look and wah la!
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– Steel Wool & Vinegar Mix
– Benjamin Moore Texas Leather
– Behr White
– Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter
(All are from Lowe’s / Sample Sizes)
– I also used the Behr White for the bottom of the table.
*********** I forgot to mention that I topped my table with a clear coat I used the Decoart Clear Soft-Touch Varnish
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Here’s the first part of my “More Book Star ideas”, both videos are inspired by my latest Skillshare Class “Minimalist Style Seasonal Decorations – Turn Old Books into Star Garlands & Star covered Wreaths” and gives you more ideas for using the book stars.
I’ve just added three bonus videos to my class, showing you how to create 3D star tree ornaments and how you can use the book stars to create handmade Christmas cards.
Those new bonus videos are step by step instructions, whereas my YouTube videos are more to be understood as giving you ideas and inspirations rather than being step by step tutorials.
However, I’ve created a few free tickets to this Skillshare Class, which will expire at the end of January. You’ll need to create an account on Skillshare, but don’t have to take out a subscription, so absolutely no need to give any payment details.
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Remember when making DIY snow globes was a huge trend? They never looked as elegant as the ones you could get at an antique shop. Least not the ones I saw. The love for the craft was there though. One time I made a tiny boat in a jar. After doing so, I kept it for a while and then later tossed it. “It was fun to make but now what do I do with it?” I thought. Now I just live vicariously through other people making things on Youtube so I’m not left with a lot of stuff in my house. Anyone relate?
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this is the last of a 3 part set. on this one we tear the engine down to see if we ca fix the compression so it can run at high rpm without breaking up. hope you enjoy watching as much as l did working on it.
Let’s draw and color Christmas Tree !
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I came across these gorgeous Ornaments from B&M. I hope you like what i have done with them 🙂
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