Karianne is back sharing a budget friendly way to create a cool side table. This is such an easy project but makes a huge statement in the room. And you can change the color if you want to with a can of spray paint. Brilliance, I tell you. But do we expect any less from Karianne?
Oh my gosh I literally squealed when I saw this project from Laura of Finding Home. She thought completely out of the box with this vertical herb garden made from an old door, galvanized bins and some serving ware for decorations. And I bet it smells delightful. This is a piece of art and quite brilliant..and functional!
Destiny is back with a simple side table she made with some items she had laying around the house. Those are the best kind of projects because that usually means free or very cheap. I love how she made a cute little side table out of a candlestick and an old tabletop, perfect for her quiet place away from the noise of life.
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.