We’ve featured plenty of great DIY house number projects, like this mid-century DIY option and these house numbers made of nails, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen one that involved grass! Until now. Have you? Click through to learn how to make your own version of this green and modern house number project.
It’s modernism month here at the Curbs so, naturally, a roundup of our favorite MCM-inspired DIY projects was in order! Happy DIY-ing!
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One of my biggest pet peeves when I’m visiting someone for the first time is trying to find the miniscule house numbers next to the front door, garage, or wherever. The frustration alone is enough to scrap the trip altogether. Here’s a unique idea for displaying house numbers that would draw even me right in! Ok, so maybe the Space Station wouldn’t be able to miss this house. Even so, I love the clever use of license plates and scrap pieces of metal tubing in bright colors. Continue Reading
It has been a cement factory over at Chez Larsson as she’s been competing in the Panduro Cement Challenge. I’d explain more, but the Panduro site is written in Swedish, which doesn’t happen to be my second language. I’ll tell you what, this girl can make cement molds! I’d give her the award just for the molds. She explains the do’s and don’ts and her entire process very clearly. As usual, she posts perfect photographs. Continue Reading
Amy’s tiered terra-cotta planter is not only a darling home for her petunias, it also serves as her house number sign. She assures us it is an ‘easy peasy’ project. Here’s what it requires:
- Three terracotta pots: one small, one medium, one large
- One terracotta saucer to fit the largest pot (optional, but highly recommended)
- Thompson’s Water Seal spray
- Spray paint
- Acrylic craft paint and foam brush
- Stencil (Amy created one using a sheet of card stock and her Cricut)
- Paint Pen
- Potting soil
- Crushed Coke cans