twin-peaks-and-cake:

Paint Chip Calendar.

From - Maple and Magnolia.

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 50D
  2. Aperture: f/10
  3. Exposure: 2"
  4. Focal Length: 66mm
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Stenciled Washer & Dryer

Since I can’t afford a new fancy Washer & Dryer for my Laundry Room, instead I decided to give a little makeover to my old set using a stencil from Royal Design Studio.
I centered the thick plastic stencil on the front of my dryer and stuck it in place with some painter’s tape. I then used a little cabinet and trim roller to apply my paint. Finish it off with a coat of clear polyurethane and the makeover is complete!

From How to Nest for Less
hometalkblog:

Stenciled Washer & Dryer

Since I can’t afford a new fancy Washer & Dryer for my Laundry Room, instead I decided to give a little makeover to my old set using a stencil from Royal Design Studio.
I centered the thick plastic stencil on the front of my dryer and stuck it in place with some painter’s tape. I then used a little cabinet and trim roller to apply my paint. Finish it off with a coat of clear polyurethane and the makeover is complete!

From How to Nest for Less
hometalkblog:

Stenciled Washer & Dryer

Since I can’t afford a new fancy Washer & Dryer for my Laundry Room, instead I decided to give a little makeover to my old set using a stencil from Royal Design Studio.
I centered the thick plastic stencil on the front of my dryer and stuck it in place with some painter’s tape. I then used a little cabinet and trim roller to apply my paint. Finish it off with a coat of clear polyurethane and the makeover is complete!

From How to Nest for Less
hometalkblog:

Stenciled Washer & Dryer

Since I can’t afford a new fancy Washer & Dryer for my Laundry Room, instead I decided to give a little makeover to my old set using a stencil from Royal Design Studio.
I centered the thick plastic stencil on the front of my dryer and stuck it in place with some painter’s tape. I then used a little cabinet and trim roller to apply my paint. Finish it off with a coat of clear polyurethane and the makeover is complete!

From How to Nest for Less
hometalkblog:

Stenciled Washer & Dryer

Since I can’t afford a new fancy Washer & Dryer for my Laundry Room, instead I decided to give a little makeover to my old set using a stencil from Royal Design Studio.
I centered the thick plastic stencil on the front of my dryer and stuck it in place with some painter’s tape. I then used a little cabinet and trim roller to apply my paint. Finish it off with a coat of clear polyurethane and the makeover is complete!

From How to Nest for Less

hometalkblog:

Stenciled Washer & Dryer

Since I can’t afford a new fancy Washer & Dryer for my Laundry Room, instead I decided to give a little makeover to my old set using a stencil from Royal Design Studio.

I centered the thick plastic stencil on the front of my dryer and stuck it in place with some painter’s tape. I then used a little cabinet and trim roller to apply my paint. Finish it off with a coat of clear polyurethane and the makeover is complete!

From How to Nest for Less

rainbowsandunicornscrafts:

DIY Aluminum Foil Leaf Relief Tutorial from Cassie Stephens here. This is an easy activity for kids or adults. These were done (except the dandelion relief) by 3rd graders. She also mentions using lace which would be really interesting.

earth911:

Also check out: 7 More Reused Items to Boost Your Garden

experimentoverde:

I’ve been looking for a way to store my garden seeds but this is a creative way to store them and reuse :D

unconsumption:

It’s wine o’clock (somewhere!) — which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find.

Today: Empty beverage bottles made into drinking glasses and other kitchenware, by Laurence Brabant.

For earlier items in Unconsumption wine o’clock series of posts, check out the archive here.

earth911:

Don’t toss your scratched vinyl, make it timeless! [or time-full?] If you have extra CDs or DVDs around, try these 10 ways to reuse them: http://bit.ly/wR6I8g