Hi there again! I’m Shayna from The Wood Grain Cottage and I’m back to share another project with you. I don’t know about you, but I really love unique lighting that isn’t generic and can’t be found in every home. And because I have an obscene crush with farm related items, I really wanted to make a light out of an aged grain sieve. Problem was, the only grain sieves I could find were either really expensive or way too big. So, I took matters into my own hands and decided to make my own… all for around $20! I am seriously in love with the outcome…
Sometimes you just need a change – a small change. Many times I will add new pillows to change up the look of my space, or a throw or maybe a lampshade. I found this lampshade for $1 two years ago during an after Christmas sale. I snagged it up knowing I would recover it someday. With this pretty arrow fabric from Spoonflower I revamped the Christmas shade into a colorful spring shade for my spray painted yellow ombre lamp.
Happy Easter Week! What fun things do you have planned for this weekend? I must say, I enjoy being a mom to a girl. Sans the drama and the whining – it can be so much fun. Kayla loves to primp and enjoys matching outfits (think Punky Brewster). So when I made her these bunny rabbit hair bows last year, as well as one to give a friend, she was ecstatic. So much so she even modeled for some pictures. Plus these are a great last minute craft you can whip up in 5 minutes.
A little over two years ago, I posted 5 Ways to Fake Built In Shelving. Evidently, there are a lot of people out there who are looking for ways to get the look of custom built-ins without the expense of hiring a carpenter. And in the two years since I hit the publish button on that post, I’ve seen even more great examples of how people are using inexpensive shelving units to make gorgeous faux built ins. So here’s the sequel, folks: 5 MORE Ways to Fake Built In Shelving.