Use a tea towel to make you this cute peg bag. Go to Maddie Moes for step by step tutorial...
Want to do something really fancy to your furniture? Gather your tapestry yarns and find the drill bits, this DIY’s just for you.
Want to make something similar? Go to molliemakes.com for instructions.
This is a job well done!
These dyed wheat tea lights are a simple way to add a natural element to a space that is also festive and fun.
You will need: Flameless tea lights, wheat, twine, hot glue gun and Indigo fabric dye
Go to designsponge.com for instructions.
Can you imagine presenting these on a big platter at your next cook out, or plated for a dinner party? Totally impressive, gorgeous, delicious and you’ll be getting asked for the recipe ASAP, I guarantee it!
It is simple to make and absolutely yummi.
¾ Cup key lime juice, fresh squeezed (about a pound of key limes)
1 can sweetened condensed milk
8 oz whipped topping, plus more for garnish
8 oz cream cheese, softened
½ stick butter, unsalted, melted
1 sleeve honey graham crackers, turned into crumbs
Get the step by step instructions from thissillygirlslife.com
This is a great mix of fun color and rustic charm. Great job, looks very appealing for a cool summer night !
Get the full article on how to do this right here at designsponge.com
This easy DIY is the perfect weekend craft! Create a chic plant stand or use as a side table!
Ikea PS plant stand, 3 Acacia wood plates, Super glue or E6000 glue, 8 flat socket cap screws, 8 connecting cap nuts, and clamps.
Go to sugarandcloth.com for full tutorial...