This was my entry from One Month to Win It - I'm still in and working on week 2!! Yippee!!!
So I had a busted up screen that my babies had kind of killed. No really...see how killed it was?
We also had an issue with too many people at one door trying to get their shoes on and out the door.
A little bit of Krylon paint to create a rich wood effect on the screen, a new backing from an old sheet, recycled tin cans and glass candle containers turned into a living wall and I have a beautiful, functional storage wall where I can get myself put together in peace every morning.
The paint I used to create this effect was Krylon Coral, Krylon Reactions Paint and a deep rich brown with hints of metallic that I layered to form a dynamic finish. Come back tomorrow to learn how to attach the jars and cans, attach the backing so it is still easy to string scarves through the loops, weight the screen properly so it doesn't fall over and how to arrange the items based on triangular design! ...and more photos!
So hey...my comment section has been broken (see what happens when I mess around in html??), but I think it is back!
In any case, I miss your comments, so show me a little love so I know everything is back to normal , k?!
If you liked this tutorial, then you might enjoy the BOOK!
Make your own coconut oil.
Gather your own sea salt.
Grow your own grapevines for wreaths.
Give gifts naturally grown and crafted from your backyard garden.
Each chapter focuses on a plant or groups of plants and how to grow them in your home garden. Then, gather up those natural ingredients and get crafting! From lavender wreaths and hypertufa planters to lambsear angels and pickled tomatoes, there are projects for beginners on up!
Crafting with Nature is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books a Million, POWELL's! (!!!!) Booktopia (Australia!), IndieBound, Alibris, Glose.com, The Book Depository and Walmart.com. Books are also rolling out to retailers and libraries, so check for them there.
If your library does NOT have it yet, this is why you should talk to your librarian!
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check out the 'for DIY folks' page and click on any link to see that particular post!