It's so good to be Home, distressed wood sign, fixer upper inspired, kitchen sign
This hand painted distressed wood sign has It's so good to be Home, painted with black letters on a white painted piece of barn wood. The sign is then sanded for added character and then stained with a dark stain to give it an antiqued look. This sign approximately measures 46 x 9 inches. It comes with two hangers ready to hang. If you would like to change the color or wording, please let me know so that I can work with you on creating a custom sign that will meet your needs…
The Pioneer Woman's linens gone wild - Debbiedoos
Either your going to LOVE it or hate it. The crowd went wild when I shared with them this nifty, thrify idea. It certainly will cure the winter blues.
Make this $7.00 burlap coffee bean bag window treatment! Easy & rustic!
Learn how to make this $7.00 burlap coffee bean bag window treatment! The cutest rustic valance using a closet dowel and burlap bean sack!
Painter's Dropcloth Becomes DIY Grain Sack Shower Curtain
Hi everyone! Long time no see!! Can you believe it's been a month since I last posted anything?!? Craziness! But life around the "...
Easy DIY Curtain Rods - Chaotically Creative
Curtain Rods can be expensive. Finding large ones can be hard. Why not DIY Curtain Rods and get exactly what you want! I'll show you how!
How to Make a DIY Fabric Strip Valance
How to Make a Fabric Strip Valance - This DIY, No-Sew Window Treatment is easy to make with a curtain rod and several different quarter yards of fabrics.
Best of the Nest August Link Party
I am so ready for the upcoming long weekend! Today, I was going to give you the scoop on the exciting project I've been working on, ...
use drop cloths, stitch witch and trimming of choice to recreate these! | Better Homes and Kitchen Renovations
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How to Make a Burlap Bag Curtain DIY
Lately I've been trying to evaluate my decor, get rid of things that aren't really my style anymore, and come up with new things to make. One of those things that I decided to make was a curtain over my side entry door (we use this as our main door). Ever since moving in to our house almost 4 years ago, there has been a nasty blind hanging from/taped on the door window. (Yes, the sides of the blinds were legit taped down with masking tape...I'm assuming the person living here before di…