Karianne is back showing us how to preserve time in the form of a burlap photo wreath. And when the mood strikes you, or your son or daughter begs for you to change out their picture from the one where they have no front teeth you can do so easily by untying the ribbon and adding more photos.
Today is Laura’s, from Finding Home, debut on Infarrantly Creative as one of my new contributors. She brings to us a cool font art sharpie table she made. Her technique is simple enough to transfer into all sorts of ideas, like a sharpie desk, art piece, lampshade, etc. This whole little area she created is drool worthy. Please join me in welcoming Laura to the stage.
I want to be the first to introduce you to Tricia from Simplicity in the South. She is one of my new contributors and today is her big debut on Infarrantly Creative. When I saw her blog and her amazing style I reached out to her and begged her to be part of my team. I think you will realize quick how talented she is and you will want to spend some time over at her house checking out her projects.
I love finding news uses for items people normally throw away. Wood wine crates have endless possibilities for the DIYer. A little paint or stain and you have a new-to-you organization system. This month, Destiny from A Place for Us, decided to finally tackle that old wine crate in her garage and turn it into an art caddy for her kiddos.
Carmel from Our Fifth House is back sharing her spray painted nightstand. Who says furniture can’t be pink? I love it and the story behind it is even better. If you are one who hates painting over wood avert your eyes – it is pink alright!
I must admit I haven’t even thought about Valentine’s Day yet. I am knee deep in My Biggest DIY project ever. I am glad Jamie makes it easy for me. A quick print and I have a cute Valentine for my kids. Please welcome Jamie back with an adorable free printable valentines day card for your kids.