Farmhouse Home Decor

How to Make a Mini Wood Round Ornament

Posted by Dawn Gaddis on

I used several of theses mini wood rounds from Dollar Tree to make mini wood round ornaments. All of these turned out so stinking cute you will be making them too.DIY #1 Buffalo Plaid Merry Christmas Mini Wood Round STEP 1. I painted the first round with Waverly Steel chalk paint and dried it with my hot air gun. STEP 2. I applied and buffed Chalk Couture surface wax. STEP 3. I cut down this large Chalk Couture transfer so it was more manageable for small projects. I applied a layer of Bright White paste, removed the excess, and lifted...

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Gingerbread Man Tier Tray Decor DIY

Posted by Dawn Gaddis on

I created some adorable Gingerbread Men using an item from Target's Bullseye Spot. This adorable Gingerbread man tier tray addition cost me less than $5 and turned out so stinking cute! Step 1. I painted 2 of the little spacemen with Folk Art Java chalk paint.   Step 2. I painted the front side of the spacemen with Folk Art Territorial Beige acrylic paint.    Step 3. For the eyes, mouth, and buttons of the Gingerbread men I used black 3D fabric paint.    Step 4. I used white 3D fabric paint around the outside edge and for the feet...

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How to Make a Mini Tier Tray Wood Book Stack

Posted by Dawn Gaddis on

I had these little scrap wood pieces in my stash and thought they would make a cute little book stack. STEP 1. PAINTING I painted 1 with Waverly Ink chalk paint. And the other 2 with Waverly White chalk paint. STEP 2. ASSEMBLY   I stacked the books on top of each other but I didn't glue them together.I did this so if I wanted to change them up or add other mini wood books I could. STEP 3. EMBELLISH I placed a dab of hot glue and added the end of this ribbon to it, I wrapped the ribbon...

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How to Create Amazing Fall Decor with Chalk Couture

Posted by Dawn Gaddis on

I recently became a Chalk Couture designer and wanted to show you how simple it is to use Chalk Couture stencils and ink for creating beautiful Fall Decor. What is Chalk Couture? Chalk Couture™ is revolutionizing high-end DIY home décor! Anyone can create a masterpiece in minutes. How do you use Chalk Couture? By using the same silk screen transfers and squeegee to apply, you can use Couture Ink on fabrics to embellish just about anything. Make t-shirts, pillows, towels, or hats. By using the ink and heat setting it with a household iron, you can easily dress up a simple...

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SIMPLE BEADED LANTERN TUTORIAL | FARMHOUSE LANTERN DIY

Posted by Dawn Gaddis on

I keep seeing all these beautiful and amazing lanterns online and in stores but I personally can't afford to spend $40 + on a lantern. So let's try to DIY one!The hardest part of this DIY was getting the skewers to bend. It took some brainstorming to figure it out. STEP 1. I put them in hot water on the stove. I left the top part of the skewer out of the water and then placed a pickles jar on the skewers where I wanted it to be curved. I left them in the hot water for about an hour. I...

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