DIY Halloween Skull Napkin Rings

You know we like to go ALL OUT for Halloween around here. Today's Halloween DIY idea is no different. Join us as we share how you can create these Dollar Tree DIY Napkin Rings for just $2! https://youtu.be/ZXRffcqQnqQ Dollar Tree Skull Inspiration We found these mini skull buckets from the Dollar Tree. Each pack has 4 buckets. We purchased 2 packs for a total of 8. Skull Bucket to Napkin Ring The top of the bucket has a decent sized hole while the bottom is closed. Using a 3/4" wood bit, drill holes in the bottom of each bucket. Next, remove…

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Cardboard Picture Frames Made with Saltwash

Here at Sunny Side Design, we're all about creating beautiful spaces in our homes on a budget! You can't get any more budget-friendly than creating a gallery wall for FREE! It's likely that we all have empty cardboard boxes at home. Don't throw them out just yet. We're so excited to show you how to create cardboard picture frames using Saltwash!Not only is this project cost effective, but it's a great activity to let the kids help with. Heaven knows all of us Mommas need some creative ideas to keep the kids entertained this summer! Creating Cardboard Picture Frames Before creating…

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Re Purpose Thrift Store Bunny with a Weathered Stone Look

Are you looking for a fun spring or Easter craft? This week we have such a fun, hands on project to try. A re-purposed thrift store bunny with a weathered stone look.We promise that once you try this technique, you will be looking for more objects in your home that you can transform!Last week Steph and I spent a little time looking for some spring inspiration. We are both so ready for spring! It seems like winter has just dragged on. Is that ringing a bell with you?We found a little inspiration at one of our favorite stores, Pottery Barn. Their…

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How to Use SaltWash for an Amazing Worn & Weathered Finish

Hello friends, we are so excited you are here today! Do you love a worn, aged and vintage look? You know that we do! Today we would love to share with you another technique to achieve that aged and worn look using a paint additive called Saltwash™️.  Not only does this product give you a finish that looks worn and weathered, but it's the perfect finish for that coastal look that Stephanie LOVES! Previous Next To see ALL the highlights from this master bedroom makeover on a budget click any link below.-EASY No Sew Hemming-How To DIY Your Own Bay Window…

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