Farmhouse Home Decor

Bless My Blooms Tier Tray Wood Tag Tutorial

Posted by Dawn Gaddis on

I used a tiered tray tag I had left over from Christmas. STEP 1. The sign was already white but I wanted it to match the bench so I gave it a coat of the Plaster chalk paint from Waverly.   STEP 2. I cut out this Bless My Blooms cut file from Design Bundles and applied it to the tag. WATCH THE VIDEO FOR THE FULL TUTORIAL   Sometimes simple is better. I decided to leave the tag just like this. It was beautiful.   Join my community for access to free printables, cut files, and special discounts for subscribers only. ...

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No Sew Mini Pillow

Posted by Dawn Gaddis on

  I this cute no-sew pillow using this fabric from Walmart. STEP 1. First I cut it down to size and then turned it inside-out. STEP 2. I placed hot glue down both sides and let it dry. STEP 3. I then turned the pillow right side-out and stuffed it with stuffing out of my stash. STEP 4.  I placed a line of hot glue across the top of the pillow and rolled it over. I then ran a line of glue down the opening that was left. And look at the adorable pillow for my bench.   WATCH THE VIDEO...

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Bucket of Blooms

Posted by Dawn Gaddis on

I used a large Dollar Tree bucket I found in the wedding section to make this cute Bucket of Blooms. I wanted neutral colors for my flower pot bench.   STEP 1. I made a simple bow with some ribbon to add to the front of the bucket.   STEP 2. I cut a piece of floral foam down so it would fit into the bucket and add some Dollar Tree and Walmart floral picks to the bucket. I cut the flowers off and placed them into the floral foam until I was happy with the way it looked. STEP...

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Farmhouse-Inspired Solid Wood Plant Bench

Posted by Dawn Gaddis on

Farmhouse Plant Bench Kirkland's Dupe This adorable farmhouse plant bench has to be the sweetest way to display treasured items in your home or as a display on your porch.  This farmhouse-inspired solid wood plant bench is made using paint sticks, yes paint sticks. Can you believe it?  I found one online and fell in love with it but it was priced for $129.99.  I decided to duped it instead of shelling out $130. The total cost to create this adorable farmhouse plant bench was less than $20. So, to get started I had to figure out how large I wanted it...

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How To Make Foam Board Look Like Wood

Posted by Dawn Gaddis on

  I created this faux wood round sign using a Dollar Tree foam board.I love the way this sign turned out it was exactly what I wanted and it was a lot easier working with the foam board than wood..  WATCH THE VIDEO FOR THE FULL TUTORIAL STEP 1. I used this large bowl from my kitchen to trace a circle onto the foam board.   STEP 2. I cut around the circle to make the foam board easier to work with because my work table just wasn't large enough. After cutting the board down I used a razor blade...

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