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2 file(s) - Uploaded by: eeco80
Created: May 11, 2009 | Flag
Total Views: 2,926
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.
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: autum
Created: Jan 13, 2008 | Flag
Total Views: 2,028
Total Ratings: 6
A great way to use up those small fabric scraps and add some color to your kitchen.
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: TheOriginalDeco...
Created: Oct 24, 2009 | Flag
Total Views: 1,970
Total Ratings: 6
This cheap chest of drawers was left on my condo by the previous occupants. I almost threw it out, but then thought I could make something pretty and useful out of it. The result: A chest that can hold my computer network server so that it's out of sight, along with the ten or so cords that were an incredible eyesore. See more of this and similar projects as I remodel/redecorate my condo: http://blog.addicted2decorating.com/
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: crazyboutcrafts
Created: Dec 5, 2007 | Flag
Total Views: 1,933
Total Ratings: 14
These cute little guys are made of muslin their noses are embroidered they have bead eyes and I used just a touch of paint for their cheeks. I applied a coffee/cinnamon stain and baked them in the oven until dry.
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: autum
Created: Jan 31, 2008 | Flag
Total Views: 1,841
Total Ratings: 9
I was in need of inexpensive art for my newly updated bedroom and this was a simple solution. I cut flowers from left over fabric scraps by first ironing heat n bond a fusible adhesive to the back. This provides a paper backing making it easy to cut out the flower. Once the design is cut out remove the paper backing and fuse the design onto a separate piece of fabric. Pop in a frame hang and enjoy!
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: MARGO2
Created: Nov 22, 2009 | Flag
Total Views: 1,823
Total Ratings: 47
Christmas kitties and snowman. Made from fabric, painted and decorated. I used an old sweater and wool skirt to make scarves and hats.