Wanting to make an aged distressed sign, but you're all out of barn wood or weathered lumber? No problem! Don't let that stop you from your DIY project, you can take a new piece of lumber and make it looked aged in just a few simple steps. You can watch the Live Video from Facebook here, or get the tutorial below.
Are you like me and running behind on your Easter decorations. Easter is just around the the corner and I thought I would share a simple, quick and easy Burlap Sack Bunny Tutorial, so you can stay calm and get your charm on. (Wink) Burlap sack bunny is perfect for Easter baskets or to tuck around in your home decor for an added touch of Bunny fun.
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Acrylic Paint: Black, Pink and White
Jute String or Ribbon
Black Wire (0ptional)
Glue Gun (optional)
Wire Cutter (optional)
I wanted the look of vintage beadboard for my studio ceiling. My inspiration came from Pinterest you can see pictures with links here and here. The only problem was I didn't have a stock pile or any close by of the vintage beadboard to recycle. So... I made a similar version of it myself.
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