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Saturday, November 22, 2014
My finished bathroom -- redecorated from a patriotic theme to a primitive/country theme.
I used the colors in my bedroom so everything goes together now!
(The patriotic stuff wasn't wasted -- a friend is redoing her kitchen in that theme so she inherited a big bag of freebies from me!)
Most things I either a)redid, b) moved from another place in my house, or c) made from scratch.
The only things I had to purchase were my shower curtain, some towels, and two throw rugs.
I used birthday money on those items, so nothing out of the budget for this makeover!
This item used to be a big, painted pledge of allegiance, but I turned it into a primitive embroidered piece.
Hope you've enjoyed this mini tour of my bathroom makeover!
Friday, November 21, 2014
Here are some more DIY projects I did for my bathroom update.
Above: I tied a big gingham bow on this homemade jar candle.
A new picture decoupaged over the old one on my towel holder.
This big "A" came from Hobby Lobby and glued a piece of burlap paper onto the front.
Candle makeover: some burlap, fabric, and raffia wrapped around the candle and a salt dough heart to the front added.
A couple weeks ago my blogging friend Stephanie (from The Enchanting Rose) posted a handmade twig wreath .
I LOVED the idea and wanted to make one for my bathroom that I'm changing to match my bedroom better.
After making the wreath, I added a primitive berry pick, a metal star, and finished it off with a burlap hanger!
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
A friend of mine saw the little sheep I had on the primitive tree in my bedroom and suggested I make some for the shop.
They're a lot of fun to make and add some "country charm" to your Christmas tree!
Three sets of 3 available in the shop!
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Some more gift tags for the shop!
These teddy bear ones are my favorite of all I made and I'm linking them to the Card Concepts Challenge.
(Inspired by the clean and simple lines of the tags and the craft/red combo)
Frosty the Snowman
Blue Doilies with pearl centers
Bringing the Christmas Tree Home
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