Over at DIY Candy, Amy came up with a fun way to turn free paint chips into art. It’s a simple craft project that anyone can do with just a few basic craft supplies, an old frame, and a few leftover paint chips.
“Early in the summer my mom and I tore down the playhouse my dad had built for me as a child,” says Jamie at Anderson + Grant. “Even though the wood foundation was no longer in a condition to hold up the walls, the wood pickets that boarded the outside were still in great condition. We saved many of the boards to use for various projects.” Here is one of those projects.
At her blog, Roubinek Reality, Jamie admits that she had antlers in her house before they were cool. Married to a hunter, “I fought it for a long time and had rules about where they could be hung and how many. But recently, his antler collection he’s had in the garage has started to grow on me,” she explains.
Juggling Act Mama shared these darling picture frames made by Katie from View From The Fridge. Katie came up with an inexpensive and fun way to make them out of scrap wood.
This timely makeover comes from Melanie of Create.Craft.Love. Back in the fall, Melanie had crafted a darling picture frame for Halloween. Fast forward a few months, and she’s ready to do the same for Valentine’s Day. But did she need to go get a new frame? Nope!
At Sweet Parrish Place, Nicki found an art print at Goodwill that she liked for $3. Although the price was right and the art was cool, Nicki wasn’t as excited about the frame. Time for a re-do!
Tracie of Cleverly Inspired shows us how she crafted a gorgeous Christmas wreath using things she already had on hand: an old, empty picture frame and some pretty seasonal clippings from her yard.