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4 file(s) - Uploaded by: CreativeinChica...
Created: Dec 15, 2011 | Flag
Total Views: 3,338
Total Ratings: 4
Scrapbook paper and modge podge transform a dull shoe box. Full instructions at http://www.creativeinchicago.com/2011/06/shoebox-craft-project.html
15 file(s) - Uploaded by: curvesarein
Created: May 11, 2008 | Flag
Total Views: 3,219
Total Ratings: 9
Refurbished an old sideboard. This was a fun and easy project. I loved it so much it went in my living room with garden theme items on it. It stores my craft supplies and cards.
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: queeny3
Created: Dec 4, 2008 | Flag
Total Views: 3,172
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Hubby gets lots of broken wood bats where he gives baseball instruction. So we recycled some into table legs. Got plain table round from hardware store painted it like a baseball.Then attached bats cut to same lengths on underside with table leg brackets. He uses these in his den beside his chair. Great for a kids room also.
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: Anne @ WINEand...
Created: Dec 28, 2011 | Flag
Total Views: 3,072
Total Ratings: 4
This is an easy project by my friend Jessica Strobel. See how she did it at http://wineandredesign.com/tagged/projects
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: eeco80
Created: May 11, 2009 | Flag
Total Views: 3,026
Total Ratings: 3
I found an antique door on craigslist for $10. I freshened it up with some leftover white paint. For the inserts I used fabric from Pottery Barn pillow covers that my dog had chewed up. I glued the fabric to foam board and trimmed it off with $2 worth of chocolate brown velvet ribbon. To mount the headboard I screwed in 2 2x4's to either side of the door and bolted it to the bed frame. For a finishing touch I topped it off with a chair rail. Total cost: $20.