I have been so honored by the overwhelming support of my fellow bloggers! Since they have been so supportive of my DIY round up, it will now become my regular Monday feature. I hope you will continue to stop by on Mondays at 7 am to see next weeks featured bloggers.
This week is centered on mini canvas pictures, repurposing picture frames into chalkboards, and making your own jewelry dish. For our fourth feature I am sharing a little something different…. 22 tips for doing DIY projects on your home. I think we all could use a few extra DIY tips!
I have been on a major DIY kick lately! You could probably tell by my Pinterest boards, because I have a lot of future DIY projects planned. So here are a few of my inspirations for this week from some very talented bloggers. Thanks so much to Betsy, Keisha, Amanda, and Elizabeth for allowing me to share their projects and tips.
Please visit each blog for full instructions, and let them know how much you appreciate all their talent, and hard work that goes in to making amazing DIY projects. They would love some extra pins and comments!
DIY Mini Canvas Pictures
Betsy from Happily Ever After, ETC. made these adorable mini canvas pictures to give out as gifts to her family! I don’t know about you, but I love to receive pictures that are framed and ready to display. So often I never get around to framing them (My mother in-law always gives me framed pictures. She knows me. LOL) Back to Mrs. Betsy wonderful project. She used this very easy kit that included almost all your supplies. You would only need to supply the pictures and a little gray or black craft paint for the edge. Kits like this make crafting so much easier! So head on over to Happily Ever After, ETC. for full instructions and link to this great kit.
Betsy is home decor enthusiast, yorkie mama, crafter, blogger, picky eater, chief mess maker, antique hoarder and graphic designer. You can generally find her working on the 3 bed, 2 bath home they are currently renting! Betsy believes with a little passion you can make up for any know how, and have the perfect home for you.[bctt tweet=”Make some mini canvas that your #family will love! Project by @HappilyEverAEtc #Gift “]
Keisha from Loving Littles loves pictures frames especially ornate, rustic, big and chunky ones. For this project she was able to redo two picture frames into two cute chalkboards. The best part is the frames only cost her $2 plus painting supplies! I think I may even have a couple old frames lying around in the garage, and I bet you do too! Keisha provides all the instructions and tips on her blog Loving Littles, so I will let you get instructions from there.
Keisha has two little ones, and is from beautiful Fraser Valley, B.C. She is a certified esthetician and also trained in Pregnancy Massage. Her goal for blogging is to connect with others by sharing stories, favorite places, things and people in her life. Keisha is also sharing her adventures as a mom of two, and even though it can be a challenge it is still the most rewarding job ever![bctt tweet=”#DIY some chalkboards with old pictures frames! Project by @loving_littles “]
DIY Jewelry Dish
Amanda from Home by Foresee always had a tendency to take her ring off, and forget where she put it. I could just imagine the horror of trying to find my wedding ring! To stop this from happening, she decided to make fear own jewelry dish so her ring would have its own special place! I really like how Amanda placed a pink dollie to keep rings from clinking and it added a nice splash of color. So head on over to Home by Foresee for picture instructions and to see what she used.
Amanda blogs about interior design and DIY projects. She focus on projects for the non-DIY’er, so her projects are easy for all to tackle. Along with blogging she is married with a pre-schooler. She describes herself as a social butterfly, and she has an amazing Instagram following of over 9,000![bctt tweet=”Never misplace your ring with your own easy #Jewelry Dish! project by @homebyforesee”]
22 Tips for Doing DIY Projects on Your Home
Elizabeth from The Reluctant Landlord realized she and her husband have learned a lot with their many DIY projects, fixing up foreclosures, or doing repairs themselves. Elizabeth wanted to share some great tips to help you out in the future, and hopefully make your next project under budget. I totally agree with tip #4! I know with my decade of being a carpenter, projects always go smother with better tools. For example my dad loves Estwing hammers, and this is the brand hammers that I recommend to anyone. You may find cheaper hammers, but they way they balance their hammers is unlike any other brand. Back to Mrs. Elizabeth blog! So be sure and check out her other great tips and learn what you should spend extra on and what no too!
Elizabeth is a passionate investor who was so tired of hearing that it wasn’t possible to be successful in real estate, so she started blogging about it. As a transparent landlord, she not only talk about how to be successful in the world of real estate, but also her love for life in traveling, frugal living, and all her other crazy ideas that keep their tiny family on their toes.[bctt tweet=”22 Great #Tips for your next #Home DIY project by @reluctlandlord”]
Never Miss Another DIY Project!
So I hope to get a few of these amazing projects done soon. I think we all need a little creative time to stay sane. Maybe I can disappear in to the craft room soon (aka hide from kids)!
Love these projects?
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