Although coat season is going to be winding down soon (or is it?), purse and accessory season has no end! Ideas for clever coat/purse hangers are in season, and this one is no exception.
This tree branch hanger project form Garden Therapy uses small but sturdy branches simply spray painted white and screwed onto a board. How’s that for an easy solution to the misplaced purse problem?? I know we’ve all done it a time or two… or fifteen. Continue Reading
With the cooler weather moving into most parts of the continent, it is a good time to tackle all those tree branch projects we’ve seen here on Curbly. Today I’ve got an easy and eye-pleasing project to add to your to-make list.
Tracie at Cleverly Inspired shares how she turned some garage sale items into a fabulous piece of fall/winter art.
I know this project can be completely free if you already have a frame you like taking up space around the house. Continue Reading
As a tradition, my husband and I usually go on the day after Thanksgiving to pick out a tree with his family. There’s a special lot that has our preferred species (Balsam Firs – I love how skinny and open they are, which is great for showcasing ornaments. Take a peek at our tree from last year to see what I mean). This year, though, we were out of town and to this day are still treeless, which is nearly blasphemous. Continue Reading
Mandy from Vintage Revivals is one industrious DIY-er. I just love this 3D, three panel wall art she created out of wood panels and branches. I’m a sucker for trees and branches. She even admits her first attempt at painting the wood panels was a flop. A true DIY-er always has some mishaps along the way. Her final product is wunderbar!
The painted panels even have a textural look to them. See how she did it all right here. Continue Reading
It’s cherry blossom time in D.C., but for those of us who don’t live there, that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate the flowery fecundity. To do that, we just have to get a little crafty and make our own blossoms.
What you need:
A 1″ flower punch with five petals (I used a 7/8″ Sakura by Carl Craft)