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Love....I need to learn how to distress wood!!!! Handpainted Barn Wood Sign with  Love scripture

Hand painted Barn Wood Sign with Love scripture by ellerosedesign - "Love. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails." - I Corinthians

DIY Upholstered Wall Hangings  Covering three 4'x8' pink foam insulation boards from Home Depot in a large repeat, silk, damask fabric, which ended up being much less than any art I would have found in that size.  I just stretched the fabric around each board and staple gunned it to the back. You could also use spray glue for this application.    @Bryan Boyer Schlein for my wall in my living room

Shoulda done this in Becca's hallway! Fantastic idea from New England Southerner: pink foam insulation boards from Home Depot covered in damask fabric = gorgeous DIY upholstered wall hangings.

I have found the one whom my soul loves, song of solomon 3:4, two love birds, bird on limb, wood pallet art wedding decor via Etsy

Great for the master bedroom. I have found the one whom my soul loves, song of solomon two love birds, bird on limb, wood pallet art wedding decor via Etsy

"Whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God."

Create unique weddings with the DIY wedding ideas on Glory- Reclaimed Wood Wall Sign- Hand-painted wall art. Find more Creative & unique wedding ideas on original painting, wood sign

Recycled art table decor table diy design interior crafts recycles refurbished

Love this table! recycled pallets, sanded & finished as a table—love the branding and varying colors of stain….I need this for the patio! @ Home DIY Remodeling - card table make-over idea?

Put a Glow stick in a balloon before you blow it up. Perfect for night parties.

Put a Glow stick in a balloon before you blow it up. Perfect for night parties Glowing/Neon Balloons. Put a Glow stick in a balloon before you blow it up. Perfect for night parties

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Create eclectic wall art using an array of fabric swatches and wooden embroidery hoops. Pull the fabric taught in the hoop. Run a line of glue on the inside of the hoop and press the fabric into the glue. Allow the glue to dry and then trim excess fabric.