I wanted a wood entry table without breaking the bank! I was searching for one that was long enough for my entry way and have the rustic wood look but was unable to find. Headed over to the local home improvement store and got 4-2x2 2-2x4 and 2-wider wood panels for the top. Several wood screws and ready for sanding. Purchased two in one poly and stain paint, did three coats and all done! I get so many compliments on my new table!
GREAT bible verse craft! just pick up a few free paint tabs from walmart or a home improvement store, write your favorite verses in permanent marker on the different squares. so easy! you could get creative with different colored sharpies or different colored tabs. you could even cut up the squares form a cool collage too. i just made these to hang by my desk in my dorm room at college. by patrica
I've discovered the miracle that is VINYL SPRAY PAINT! At least two coats needed ( the first coat dries hazy). I used Rustoleum brand, found at any home improvement store, cost between $4 and $6 dollars a can. I used a total of five cans on this leather chair. Then I used a Sharpie oil paint pen in metallic gold to go over the upholstery tack detail.
Brick Clamps (a simple and inexpensive solution)If you’re skittish about power tools,or simply don’t want to drill holes into your walls,start with brick clamps.These ultra-handy and inexpensive attachments clamp onto bricks(sans anchors or adhesive)for the purpose of hanging art,wreaths,holiday lights,anything!Look for them at home improvement and organization specialty stores,usually sold in sets of two.And—this is important—be sure to measure your brick BEFORE shopping, as brick c