Although I love vintage books in their proper form, sometimes it's best to repurpose one for a different use. One such book, that I had, was already starting to fall apart. Instead of throwing it out, I decided to make a book picture frame. A book cover, without the pages, makes a perfect easel for
I have always admired chalkboard art on coffee shop menus or signs. The lettering is always so perfect and artistic. I have tried multiple times to hand write on a chalkboard and have multiple times been disappointed. My handwriting is not bad so I can never figure out why writing in chalk looks so sloppy!
Wooden flowers are great to use in decorating when the weather doesn't allow for fresh flowers. See how to make these flowers using tree slabs and pinecones.
A fun winter craft is making indoor snowballs for decorative use. Pile them in a rustic bucket for a fun rustic chic look.
Learn how to make a placemat using an authentic burlap coffee bag. See how to prepare and make the bags into placemats and then use the scraps for other crafts.
This DIY rustic lampshade shows how easy it is to customize your home décor to your own personal style. This latest project takes a plain lampshade and adds custom embellishments with a vintage coffee sack and twine. The result is a unique rustic vintage style that coordinates with the surrounding décor.
Here is an easy rustic craft that is perfect for the holidays. This pine cone Christmas tree will add a warm spot to your Christmas decor.
Here is a fun ornament to make this Christmas for either yourself or as a gift. The entire ball is covered with vintage sheet music for joyous cheer.
Here is a fun rustic Christmas tree craft using a rusty cone shaped coil, some beads and a fun and whimsical tree topper.