Learn how to make a lavender wreath with this simple video tutorial. You only need a few basic supplies that cost less than $20 total! This post contains affiliate links, which means I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. How to Make a Lavender Wreath DIY Farmhouse Decor Video Grapevine wreath- I found an 18" one for around $6 at my local Walmart You can also find the 18" grapevine wreath here on Amazon, but it won't put you under the $20 budget. It's close though!
We made this DIY concrete planter with cardboard forms and packing tape. No fancy equipment and super inexpensive! It looks pretty in our farmhouse laundry room as an herb planter. This post contains affiliate links. See my full disclosure here. I've been a little concrete obsessed lately. I made a bowl a few weeks ago, and now this planter. I just love the organic color and rough texture that it has. It lends itself well to my simple farmhouse style vibe. My husband reminds me
Our living room finally looks complete with the new farmhouse coffee table that my husband just built. Watch the process from start to finish in this DIY video. farmhouse coffee table DIY plans Video I have wanted a coffee table in our living room for probably about five years now. You know how it goes, though, life gets in the way of projects, and they just slip right down the priority list. In the place where a coffee table should usually sit, right in front of the wingback chairs,
Have you ever wondered how to make a concrete a bowl? They are all over Pinterest in many shapes and sizes. Today I am following the instructions, from my friends new book, to make one for my own home! This post contains affiliate links. See my full disclosure here. My friends Jamie, from the blog So Much Better with Age, just finished her amazing new book, French Vintage Decor. It is currently available for preorder and will be released mid-June! The book is full 70 DIY projects to add
Cocoa Butter Beeswax candles have a subtle chocolate scent. In this tutorial I make a large candle, with three wicks, in a vintage crock from a thrift shop. You know those ideas you just can't stop thinking about? They might not really be that great, but you just have to try them. Almost like scratching an itch. That's how this project has been lately. I'm not really sure why, but I have been loving the idea of making beeswax candles in something other than just new mason jars. Over