I love dining chairs. My husband might call it a chair addiction… whatever. Ha! For WHATever reason I always wander over to the chair section of any thrift shop I go into…. and I want all of them. I want to buy them, paint them, and sit on them. They are the best. Below I’ve shared a bunch of lovely Dining Chair DIY Makeover Ideas below, from some lovely bloggers (plus a couple of my past projects). Wander them, and enjoy!
Love Grows Wild.
A Bubbly Life.
The Paper Mama.
Dimples and Tangles.
All Things Thrifty.
The Paper Mama.
The DIY Dreamer.
Happy chair painting!
Today on the Better Homes and Gardens blog, I shared 10 DIY ideas to spruce up your home. You don’t need to spend a ton of money to update your home. With a bit of paint and fabric you can easily update most decor items in your home. You can find the full inspiring list over on the BHG blog!
P.S. the projects in the collage image are from Lowes, BHG, Funkytime, and Homey Oh My. I’m a paid contributor for the Better Homes and Gardens Style Spotters blog.
Today on the HP Create blog, I shared my Cat Shoe Decor DIY! A perfect back to school creation for the kiddo, or you. I provided a free pattern for you to make your own! These clips also double as a hair clip.
Head on over here for the full tutorial and free pattern!
P.S. I’m a paid contributor for the HP Create blog.
Another DIY that was lost in the archives of my computer. I made this live DIY Floral Crown while I was at the Meet Make Do gathering in February. I’ve never really worked with live flowers, but I have always wanted to make a floral headpiece. I just happened to be with a group of amazing and talented ladies at this event, and they gave me some tips. Ashley, from Sugar and Cloth, shared her past floral headpiece DIY post with me to help me make this. It was a fun experiment, and it was EXTRA fun to make this with my friends around.
These live floral crowns would be perfect for a bridal party, right? All the bridesmaids could make their own over a wedding-morning breakfast.
- beautiful flowers (mine came from Flower Muse)
- floral wire
- floral tape
- wire cutters
- bobby pins
- Pick out a variety of live flowers. I ended up using about 10 floral stems for my crown.
- Cut a section of the floral wire. Measure it’s length on the top of the head, where you would wear a crown. Wrap the measured wire to make a circle of wire.
- Use the floral tape and wire to attach the flowers to the floral crown.
- Pin the crown to your head with bobby pins.
This lovely crown won’t last too long, but should be fine for a few hours. My crown lasted (without water) for over 6 hours.
P.S. Photos taken by, Mary Costa Photography. Flowers from Flower Muse.