Yesterday I showed you how I changed a $65 clearance end table from Home Goods to a beautiful icy blue. Now a new set of drawers are only good – at least for me – if they are organized. Now you could buy some clear drawer organizers or bins but that adds up and doesn’t give you as many custom options as making your own drawer dividers does. Plus you can’t beat the price of these. Below is the sofa table I did with custom organizers for Kayla’s bows.
My love for the Silhouette Cameo machine runs deep. I have loved Silhouette products since I got my first Silhouette SD machine back in July of 2010. For those of you unaware, a Silhouette machine is a digital cutting machine.
I have a deep love affair with kitchen gadgets, kitchen tips and tricks and storage essentials. Back in October, after trying to find a certain spice in my crammed-full-of-crap spice cabinet, a whole shelf fell sending about 20 spice bottles flying out of my cabinet – one of which fell on my foot. OUCH! So that prompted me to ask my Facebook fans how they organize their spices. One of you mentioned the YouCopia SpiceStack .
You know how you purchase those fun electronics for your kids? And then they beg for you to open it right away? So you grab scissors, a knife or a saw and start gnawing at the package? And then you have a sharp corner? And then you cut your finger? And then you start bleeding? And then you look for a band-aid? And then you ruin the Christmas present opening experience?
I have done my fair share of fabric painting and have learned a lot through trial and error. I love the process of painting on fabric because it really allows you to get the exact color and design you want at a relatively low cost. I thought I would put together a list of recommendations and products that I use to help you achieve maximum results when attempting to paint or stencil fabric. Here is what I have learned along the way…