Like the Pottery Barn look but at a Dollar Tree price? Using just $5, beveled mini-mirrors from the dollar store, and some hot glue, you can create beautiful planters for your home!
*This is not a sponsored post. All opinions are always my own.*
Is anyone else as obsessed with Pottery Barn as I am? They have such classic, timeless decor and such exquisite presentation. My catalogs have drool on them. But overpriced stuff just isn’t my jam. I just “shop” inspiration. It’s free after all 😉 Besides, getting the high-end look for less gives me a high. Charlie laughs at me, because I’m easily over-excited by super glue and jute twine. It’s sort of a problem.
Here is one of the looks I was wanting to recreate. My favorite of all is this Egan Paneled Mirror that retails for $300.
The re-creation of this look has been floating around Pinterest for a while, and many versions involve particle board. But that’s a lot of work (and requires tools I don’t know how to use), so I knew that with some creative thinking I could make it happen completely from Dollar Tree. As in, no product from any other store…and I succeeded. You can literally create a $300 mirror for just $12!
Check out how to make this beautiful mirror and 3 other simple DIYS!
Here’s how I took $10 worth of supplies to create a beautiful spring wreath. We are just loving it. These retails for hundreds brand new!
So this post is all about a super score that I shared on Instagram. I walked into Lowe’s..and they were going to THROW AWAY a brand new Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit. Yeah, you read that right. Throw it away because there was paint spilled on it. And I was all over it like Peppa Pig in her muddy puddles. (Sorry, mom of a toddler over here, haha!)
Anyway, there was this FANTASTIC piece outside of my in-law’s storage garage that the previous owners had left. And…there were mice living inside of it. Grody to the max. Ah I knew it was worthy of a makeover, though…so here’s what I did. Completely free and so easy to do.
Don’t have a sander? It’s easy to makeover furniture. I would totally do this again! Couldn’t wait to show you guys!
Want to see the acrylic water DIY from this video? Click here!
You guys asked, so here it is! Another gift idea for Christmas (or anytime, really!). We don’t always have a lot to spend, but this gift can be so personalized and elegant…no one has to know you made it for about 25 cents.
Directions to make your image backwards…
It’s fall y’all!
Here’s how I decorate our house for fall and a mini tour of our downstairs (plus some updates in our master bedroom). I love seeing how others are updating their homes and touring around houses. Does that make me weird?
You can find the FREE PRINTABLE here:
Here’s our new bedding. It’s out of stock at Macy’s (boo!), and the sale is over, but you can find it here, for a pretty decent price. (I always Google for current coupon codes, too to maximize my savings)
Here’s how to make the DIY Mummies:
It’s fall and it’s time to get your craft on! This is a collab video with Sara from BudgetSavvyDiva. We wanted to showcase some easy, cheap DIYs we’ve been working on. We also wanted to give you guys a chance to win one of TWO $25 Michael’s Gift Cards!
TWO WINNERS GET A $25 MICHAEL’S GIFT CARD!
Here is a similar photo line to the one shown in this video (they no longer carry the one I purchased at Target since it was clearance!)
Want to see how you can make the Ice Art I featured with your toddler? Click here!
Want to see me in action on WallQuotes.com? Click here! (No, this is not as sponsored post. I made a series of promotional videos for their YouTube channel after I hosted a giveaway. It was fun!)