Felt is one of my favorite materials to work with because it’s colorful and cheap! I had this grand vision for a table runner surrounded by vibrant leaves accented with gems and sequins and sparkles. #Extra in the best possible way.
I feel a little bit like a broken record over here, but there’s nothing that gives me more pleasure than making a craft project out of something you pull off a shelf in your house. Even better if you think that craft project is moderately chic or upscale! May I introduce my latest simple seasonal craft project: a watercolor leaf wreath (say that 10 times fast).
Remember a couple of weeks ago, when I made over a thrifted mirror using my favorite new craft technique; paint pouring? Well I’m back trying it again, and this time I think I like it even more! I made this wooden gallery wall for the girls’ bathroom using scrap wood, cheap canvases and more paint pouring!
This post is so silly, but I love it so much! My friend Caleb from You Can Make This Too, uses a cardboard cutout of his head and torso when he’s setting up a video to ensure proper focus. Essentially a cardboard stunt double so he can set up his shot properly. It always makes me chuckle when I see that cardboard head hovering in the background of his videos, so I had to make my own!
Are you all sitting down? You might need to be because this technique is so unbelievably cool and bada$$ that you’re going to swoon a bit. I’m talking paint pouring. Yep. The pouring of paint to make amazingly cool and marbled and variegated patterns…. super easy. Super satisfying. Here’s how you do it!