Stylish Drawer Liners

Guys! I’m finally organizing my desk! I’m not brave enough to show you what my drawers looked like before today but take my word for it when I tell you, it was scary.  I wanted to get in organized with some drawer organizers. While on the hunt for the perfect organizers, I found the most perfect wrapping paper and well, as they say, the rest is history.

Line Desk Drawers with Wrapping Paper

I think drawer liners can be a super cute aesthetic touch to any piece of furniture. Of course, I’m sure there is some purpose for them other than just being darling but let’s face it, I like darling, so that’s why I decided on drawer liners for my desk.

Since we all like darling, why is it that true drawer liners just aren’t? One of life’s great mysteries. Until one of us comes up with the perfect line of gorgeous drawer liners we’ll just have to improvise… with wrapping paper.

Yep, wrapping paper ya’ll! So pretty, super cheap, and will take you less than 20 minutes to line 5 drawers!

Line Desk Drawers with Wrapping Paper

I found my striped wrapping paper from Marshalls. Does this not have Chelsea written all over it? Nautical feel? YES PLEASE!

Line Desk Drawers with Wrapping Paper

So to make the drawer liners all you need to do is measure the interior of your drawer. Then, measure your paper to the same size. Measure multiple times you want it to be nice and snug.

Line Desk Drawers with Wrapping Paper

Cut the paper to size. (Please don’t tell my sewing friends that I was using my fabric rotary to cut paper. I’m pretty sure that would get be banned from the sewing club!)

By the way, I have the IKEA ALEX drawer unit. The measurements for the interior are 20.5 x 11.5.

Line Desk Drawers with Wrapping Paper

Lastly, you want to secure the paper drawer liner. I did this quickly by using double sided tape. Double sided tape works well because it’s not permanent so if you ever want to remove it you can without a ton of effort.

How to Line Drawers with Wrapping Paper

Once I was done… literally 20 minutes later I did a little happy dance because really, who doesn’t love some beautiful blue and white stripes. Then I continued on my quest for desk organization…

Line Desk Drawers with Wrapping Paper

Mission complete. Now I’m off to line every drawer in the house… or take a nap.

Happy Monday!

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Marble Painted Succulent Planter

Marble Painted Succulent Planter

Well, hello there, friends. It’s been a hectic few weeks. Two amazing trips in in two weeks have really got my head spinning! I shared a bit about my trip to Hawaii already but I also went to Atlanta for Haven Conference where I got to meet so many incredible bloggers. When I got home my head was spinning with information and I couldn’t stop thinking of all the ways to improve my blog! Now I feel like I’m finally caught up. Hooray!

So, last week I shared my aloha sign (you can catch it here if you didn’t see it.) for my powder room. I loved the color combo so much I decided to give it another go, this time in marble.

I’ve been loving the marble painted trend and have been waiting for the perfect project to give it a try on. It was so surprisingly simple and now I want to marble everything!

Marble Painted Succulent Planter

A few months ago I got a bunch of these little glass jars and they turned out to be perfect for this project. I taped off the top half of the jars because I only wanted the marble effect on the bottom half.

Marble Painted Succulent Planter

I poured a tiny bit of each color on a paper plate. I think two to three color allows for the perfect mix. Any more and it might get a bit messy.

Marble Painted Succulent Planter

I ran a wooden skewer through the paint to run ribbons of one color into the other to create the marbling effect.

Marble Painted Succulent Planter
Next, I very gently rolled the jar in the paint. I set it top down to let the excess paint drip off and allowed it to dry.

The last step was potting the succulent. I also love it as a little bud vase.

I’m working on the powder room and this cute marble succulent planter will be a great edition.

Succlent Planter

So what do you think of the marble painted succulent planter? Are you in on the marble trend? Tell me in the comments. If you have a marble painted project I’d love to see it! You can tag me on Instagram or leave me a link in the comments.

Have a wonderful and colorful day!

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DIY Hand Painted Wood Sign

Earlier this week I told you about my trip to Hawaii. I’m still dreaming about it. Since I couldn’t bring the beautiful beaches back with me I thought I should do something to bring a little bit of ALOHA into my house in the form of this hand painted wood sign.

Multicolored Hand Painted Wood Sign

I started sprucing up my powder room a few days ago when I realized I’ve had the same decor in there since my first house almost eight years ago (#didijustadmitthat #suredid). I’m planning on a colorful beachy style so I’m starting it off with this aloha sign.

Multicolored Hand Painted Wood Sign

The sign. It is just three wood planks glued together and secured using another small plank and some finishing nails.

Multicolored Hand Painted Wood Sign

The color combo. These colors are just samples that I had in my garage from previous projects. I wanted a colorful and beachy look and I love the coral, yellow, mint combination.

Multicolored Hand Painted Wood Sign

The process. The process of making the sign was really simple. Pretty much just paint brush strokes of the different colors all over the board. I started with coral. Note: If I did it again I would start with the lightest color and move on to the darkest to prevent wasting any paint.

*Make sure to allow for drying time between colors*

Multicolored Hand Painted Wood Sign

Take the second color and randomly brush on the paint to fill in some of the blank space.

Multicolored Hand Painted Wood Sign

With the third color fill in the rest of the blank space. At this point you can also paint over any space where you feel like one color is too over powering. You want to really concentrate on the middle section as that is where your lettering will be.

Multicolored Hand Painted Wood Sign

Using transfer paper I placed the vinyl lettering on the painted board. I used my Silhouette Cameo to create the vinyl lettering. The font is KG Eyes Wide Open.

Multicolored Hand Painted Wood Sign

Then I painted one coat of white paint over the entire board. After the paint dried I peeled off the vinyl lettering to reveal the perfect multicolored sign.

DIY Painted Sign

It’s just so cheerful and is a gazillion times better than that old powder room decor. I can’t wait for the rest of the space to come together. But seriously, can I just have a multicolored hand painted wood sign for every space in my house now? This was way too fun!

Happy Friday friends!

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Summer Garland in 5 Minutes

Happy Friday!

Now that summer is in full swing have you planned your summer bucket list? Your absolute to-do’s for the summer? I worked on ours this week and put them all up on my giant chalkboard. And then, it needed something special. Like something to make it feel more summery. Like  summer garland.

So, I made this summer garland in 5 minutes.

Summer Garland in 5 minutes

I kind of love any type of garland. Like any. I just want to make and put garland everywhere. Anyone else?

I had some really cute nautical inspired wrapping paper that was simply perfect for this.

Summer Garland in 5 minutes

It started with wrapping paper cut into half circles. My wrapping paper was double sided so I did larger half circles with one side and smaller half circles for the other side.

Summer Garland in 5 minutes

After the half circles were cut I hot glued them to some jute.

Summer Garland in 5 minutes

I ended up with two strands of garland, one of each design, one smaller and one larger.

Summer Garland in 5 minutes

Then I layered them on the chalkboard and secured it with some regular ol’ tape.

Summer Garland in 5 minutes

Perfect addition to my bucket list chalkboard, I think.

Summer Garland in 5 minutes

Now when I’m sitting at my desk working like crazy I can look up and be reminded of all the fun I’m supposed to be having this summer! If that’s not a motivator, I don’t know what is!

Happy summer! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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DIY Wall Art Animal Prints with Polka Dot Mats

When I shared my daughter’s room makeover a couple weeks ago, I got a ton of questions about the animal prints above the bed. Today I’m spilling the beans on how they came to be. Here’s a quick DIY wall art tutorial for ya! DIY Wall Art Animal PrintsAfter we had completed her upholstered bed I wanted to hang some sort of wall art above it. DIY wall art was the obvious way to go since  this was a budget makeover.

Peighton is obsessed with animals! They are her absolute favorite, so I knew we had to include animals in her room somehow. I found some clip art that I was able to download for free and blow up to fit an 8 x 10 mat frame. After placing them in the frame I felt like they still needed something to make them pop. Polk dots, gold polka dots, did the trick! Let me show you how!

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I picked up these black frames from IKEA. I think the black really pops with the bright pink.

Animal Prints with Polka dot mats

These zots found at Michaels made making glittery polka dotting a breeze!

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It comes on this roll with two rows that are offset. Perfect for what I needed. I laid the strip face down and slowly peeled off the backing leaving the glue dots on the the matte. The top and bottom of the matte are wider than the sides so I cut the zots strip in half to add an extra row to both the top and bottom.

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Next, I went wild with the glitter. Obviously. Ha. I just sprinkled glitter liberally over all of the dots and then shook out the left overs, tapping the back lightly to get all the loose glitter.

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Now you’ve got a cute glittery photo mat.

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I placed the animal prints inside and hung them up above the bed.

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Peighton loves to point out which animal is which to us all the time.

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I really love how the polka dot mats really tie into the polka dot sheets to make a really polished look.

If you are interested in the actual animal prints – let me know and I will email you the files! xo

 

 

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Picnic Ready Paper Bag Utensil Holders

Since it’s summer. And since I love picnics. I’m bringing back an oldie.

Picnic Ready Paper Bag Utensil Holder tutorial via makinghomebase.com

Last summer I shared my paper bag utensil holders. They were quite popular even though I spelled bon appétit wrong (ps. I still spelled it wrong). My guests didn’t notice. :) Regardless of my bad spelling they still make the CUTEST utensil holders for picnics! I especially love how easy they are to whip up. The only supplies required are paper lunch sacks and washi tape. The stamping is totally optional. You can do stamping, sticks, hand write your guests names, anything really.

My absolute very thing about these paper bag utensil holders is that they serve two purposes. One, they are a super cute vessel for utensils but they also make perfect little trash bags. Once you’re done with your meal, you can discard any rubbish right into the bag. No more chasing that napkin all over the park, folks!

paper bag picnic utensil holder

1. To make them you’ll need paper lunch sacks, washi tape, and an alphabet stamp.

2. Fold your paper bag from the bottom up at the seam to create a pocket.

3. Seal the side with washi tape. I did this by placing one strip of washi tape on the front allowing it to slightly hang over the edge, then put another strip on the back side so the pieces of tape stick together.

4. Do the same on the other side.

5. Stamp your saying onto the front pocket. I used “Bon Appétit” but I think other cute sayings are “Let’s Eat” or “Chow Time”

6. Stuff with your napkin and utensils

Picnic Ready Paper Bag Utensil Holders

I really look forward to making a gazillion of these this summer for all sorts of beach trips and picnics with friends. Can you just imagine all the fun color combos?

Picnic Ready Paper Bag Utensil Holders

Enjoy!

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Outdoor Drink Station

You guys!!!

It’s finally summer! My friend April, from House By Hoff, and I got together again to host this awesome summer series! Our second annual Summer Celebration is here! That means we’ve got 20 bloggers that are going to be sharing awesome summer projects over the next three days! Then, on Thursday, ALL 20 will be hosting a HUGE summer inspired link party! I know. It’s going to be awesome!

Outdoor Drink Station and MORE summer ideas #summercelebration

I’m so happy to be kicking everything off today with my Outdoor Drink Station!

Outdoor Drink Station and MORE summer ideas #summercelebration

Nothing says summer more than outdoor parties and cool beverages!

Outdoor Drink Station and MORE summer ideas #summercelebration

For us that means lots of sweet and tangy fresh squeezed lemonade!

Outdoor Drink Station and MORE summer ideas #summercelebration

We love being outdoors in the summer. Whether it’s full blown get togethers with friends or just an evening with just the family, we love summers outside! And how much fun is this outdoor drink station? And it’s very simple to put together!

Outdoor Drink Station and MORE summer ideas #summercelebration

Since we don’t have a outdoor bar, I used a vintage dresser. I think it gives a great sophisticated look.

Outdoor Drink Station and MORE summer ideas #summercelebration

Outdoor Drink Station and MORE summer ideas #summercelebration

You have to have fruit to add to your lemonade. My favorite is always blackberries and strawberries so that’s what we had but you can use any fruit you like.

Outdoor Drink Station and MORE summer ideas #summercelebration

And what fun is a summer beverage without a striped paper straw?

Outdoor Drink Station and MORE summer ideas #summercelebration

An outdoor drink station is such a fun way to serve summer drinks at any event summer. Next, I’m trying a sweet tea drink station  :)

Are you ready to kick off your summer in style?

Here are even more ideas to celebrate summer in style.

Outdoor Drink Station and MORE summer ideas #summercelebration

You can join us in the summer celebration by using the hashtag #summercelebration on Instagram!

Happy Summer!

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IKEA HACK – DIY Upholstered Headboard from the IKEA TARVA bed

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Get ready to pin ya’ll! You guys are going to want to save this tutorial for later! I’m spilling all the details on the DIY upholstered headboard today!

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

Remember a month or so ago, when I shared my inspiration for Peighton’s room? I had this beautiful bed picked out but it was WAY out of my price range.  I had also put together a collection of awesome IKEA bed hacks that totally inspired me! So I decided to do IKEA bed hack of my own and do a DIY upholstered headboard in pink!
DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva BedAnd since we already had the IKEA TARVA bed in Peighton’s room – I wanted to just go ahead and use it but zhush it up with a pretty headboard. The IKEA TARVA bed is relatively cheap, just $70. They have an even cheaper wood bed (around $30) available but my store was completely out of stock, so TARVA it was.

Products We Used:

Jig Saw

Electric Staple Gun ( I like this upholstery staple gun)

Wood Glue

Hammer and Nails

Rubber Mallet

Large Piece of Ply Wood or MDF (size will vary. Measure the wide of current headboard for proper width +desired height)

1 Twin Sized Egg crate Foam Padding

2 yards of Fabric (Canvas – I used this Fuchsia Fabric)

2 yards of quilt batting

Fabric Glue

Brass Nailhead Trim

First thing is first – Iron your fabric – it will be a total pain but it’s going to be worth it to get nice smooth lines.

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

First you’ll need to decide the shape of your headboard. I googled “Upholstered Headboard” and scrolled through thousands of images before deciding on my shape. I wanted something I could easily free hand. For the design, I grabbed a brown paper bag, carefully pulled it apart into one long piece, and then folded it in half. Then I traced half of my design starting at the fold. Once it was perfect I cut it out, unfolded it, and laid it on my piece of wood to trace.

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

Once I was happy with the traced design, Matt got out the jigsaw and cut the wood along my traced lines created the headboard shape.

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

Not bad!

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

Note: If you are buying an IKEA bed specifically for this purpose don’t put it completely together! We had the bed for some months before taking on this task so we had to remove the headboard to attach the piece of wood.

Next, using wood glue attach the piece of wood to the front of the TARVA headboard. Use clamps to hold the two pieces together.

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

Once the wood glue is dry, you can secure it with finishing nails.

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

Next is the padding. Cut the padding to the shape of your headboard. And use fabric glue to attach the egg crate padding to the front of the headboard.

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

After the padding is on, you can add the layer of batting. Using your electric staple gun, pull the batting taut and staple to the back side of the headboard.

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

The front of your headboard will look like this. It’s ready for the fabric.

Using the same technique, making sure the fabric is nice and taut staple the fabric to the back side of the headboard. I found that start on one side and moving up the side of the headboard was the best way to get the least amount bunching. Going around the curves, make a few snips in the fabric on the back of the headboard to allow you to pull the fabric as tight as possible.

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

A note about nailhead trim. This was my very first project using nailhead trim (way to be adventurous right?). You’ll want to use a ruler/yardstick to keep it straight – I didn’t and wish I had. Also the trim bends and turns so you don’t have to cut each piece as you move along.

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

Every few “nailheads” there is one with a hole where the actual nailhead hammers in. Use a rubber mallet when hammering in these guys and be gentle, the heads can pop right off if you hammer too hard.

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

After the nailhead trim was complete we simply placed the headboard back on the bed.

DIY Upholstered Headboard from IKEA Tarva Bed

This DIY upholstered headboard ended up being a great day project for us and ended up saving us a small fortune! Now we get the luxurious and sophisticated look of a fabulous upholstered headboard at just a fraction of the cost! That’s winning if you ask me!!

Thank you so much for visiting today!! Have a great weekend! xo

If you like this project, check out the full room reveal here.

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Little Girls Bedroom [Source List]

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I’m so glad you all are enjoying Peighton’s new room! It’s definitely my favorite place to be right now. Sometimes I just want to go sit in the chair with my feet up on that adorable pouf and pretend it’s my room. If you missed it – you can catch it here.

Here at Making Home Base I like to really challenge myself and make every project or every room as budget friendly as possible. We almost never buy anything new and when we do it’s usually on the cheaper end of the market, like IKEA. Peighton’s room was really no different. I managed to pull off this complete makeover for around $300. Almost all of the big furniture was DIYed or we already had it so we didn’t purchase any high dollar items. Then the accessories and details were found on the cheap or also DIYed.

If you’ve been interested in where everything in the room came from – then today’s for you! I’m going to share my source list for pretty much everything in this little girls bedroom! Plus you get a little close up of some of the details – which I love.

Decorating A Small Bedroom for A Little Girl

Sources:

Animal Prints – DIY (tutorial coming soon) but frames are from IKEA

Upholstered Headboard – DIY (tutorial coming soon)

Polka dot sheet set – Land of Nod

Duvet Cover – IKEA

Pink Pillow with the gold ribbon – DIY (let me know if you are interested in a tutorial for this one and I can share it)

Decorating A Small Bedroom for A Little GirlDrapes – IKEA but I added the pom pom trim

Yellow/Gold Rug – RugsUSA

White Shag Rug – RugsUSA

Floor Pouf – Target

Velvet Pink Pillow Cover – IKEA

Book Shelves – IKEA

Baby Doll – Land of Nod

Also, The Cat At Night is Peighton’s absolute favorite book, if you have a little one who loves animals scoop up this book!

Decorating A Small Bedroom for a Little Girl Lamp Base – Target

Lamp Shade – Target + added pom pom trim

Pink and White Tray – IKEA

Potted Plant – IKEA

Pink Agate – Home Goods

Gold Dog Silhouette Wall with Walls Need Love

Gold Dog Silhouette DecalsWalls Need Love

Decorating A Small Bedroom for a Little Girl

Geometric Watercolor Art – Home Goods (awesome deal at $19.99)

Giant zinc “2″ – Home Goods
Little girl's bedroom

The brass deer – thrifted

Pink and gold Prints – DIYs from gift bags found at Home Goods

Pink Boxes – IKEA

Zinc “P”  - Local gift shop

White Horse – Dollar Tree

That’s about it! If you see something that I didn’t mention just comment below and I’ll be sure to share. Stay tuned for tutorials of the DIY projects this week!

 

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Decorating A Small Bedroom – Little Girl’s Room

It’s makeover reveal day!

Y’all, I am so excited about this space! If you recall a few weeks ago I shared the before of my daughter’s room. I was really nervous about decorating a small bedroom because we need lots of storage without feeling cramped. The room was half nursery/half toddler’s room and lacked character. Well, all that has changed now!

When I was preparing to decorate her small bedroom I wanted it to be a space that she could grow into, something cute and girly but still a little sophisticated. I played around with a lot of different color schemes before settling on the bright pink with gold accents and it turned out to be perfect for this space!

Before we jump into the new look let’s take a quick peek at what it looked like before.

P's room before

Yikes right?!

Now for the after!

Decorating A Small Bedroom for A Little Girl

(!!!)

This whole room truly was a labor of love. This space is a very small bedroom so I wanted to add a lot of color  and texture to take the focus off it’s small size. The first thing we did was paint the room. As you can see in the before, the color of the room did nothing for the space. It was really bland (which is what you would expect in a rental). We made the decision to paint the room a beautiful shade of gray. To help me with color selection, I used the Chip It!® tool, which instantly transforms any picture into a paint palette using more than 1,500 Sherwin-Williams paint colors. I decided on SW 7023 Requisite Gray, it’s from the Softer Side Color Collection in the HGTV HOME™ by Sherwin-Williams collection. Don’t you love it?

Gold Dog Silhouette Wall with Walls Need Love

On one wall we opted for these fun doggy decals instead of painting.

Gold Dog Silhouette Wall with Walls Need Love

P loves dogs so it was the perfect fit for her space.

Decorating A Small Bedroom for A Little Girl

RUGS! I couldn’t wait to throw down a rug to cover up the gray carpet. love this yellow trellis rug. It has a hint of gold that ended up being perfect for the look I was going for. I layered it with this white shag rug that was already in her room. I think it gives it a more luxurious feel.

Decorating A Small Bedroom for A Little Girl

And this little diva needed a fabulous bed to go with her new space! I can’t wait to show you how we DIYed this upholstered headboard!

Pink and white girls room

And can we talk about that pouf? I found it at Target on clearance and the colors are perfection.

Decorating A Small Bedroom for A Little Girl

We ended up using the same dresser and just painted it again. I’m super attached to it because it was the first piece of furniture we bought for her when I was pregnant so I hope to keep it for many years to come. The color is SW 7004 Snowbound. I thought it might be too big now that she has the twin bed but I think it works nicely.

Decorating A Small Bedroom for A Little Girl

And check out where the mint nightstand

ended up!!! She got placed in here after I started making changes in my master bedroom. I didn’t want to use it in the master, but I also wasn’t ready to get rid of it. I’m so glad I didn’t because it fits in perfectly in the little girl’s room.

Decorating A Small Bedroom for A Little Girl

It’s officially my favorite room in the house. Peighton, if you’re looking for me I’m probably hanging out in your room ;)

Thank you so much to Sherwin-Williams for sponsoring this makeover. It’s the perfect little space for our little lady.

For more beautiful home eye candy, you can follow Sherwin-Williams on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube and Instagram. Sherwin-Williams is giving away a $50 gift card to one lucky winner, all you have to do is tell me, what room would you make over with Sherwin-Williams?

Click here for the shopping source list, also check back for Tutorials for the DIY headboard and more!

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Sharing this project at Savvy Southern Style, Liz Marie Blog

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Dog Silhouette Wall Decals from Walls Need Love + Memorial Day

Have I ever told you how much my little Peighton loves dogs? Like LOVES dogs!!! We don’t have a dog. A lot of people we know have dogs and she associates them by their dogs. When we are out and about and she sees a dog she has to stop and talk to them. “Hi, doggy!” Even when Face Timing with my mom she insists on seeing the “doggies” and will say, “come on, doggy” with her arms stretched out as if she’s going to give them a hug right through the phone. She just loves them so much and it’s the sweetest thing. So naturally, when it was time to give her room a makeover we had to include “doggies” somehow! So with some help from Walls Need Love, Peighton got a Gold Dog Silhouette Wall in her room!

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Ya’ll know how much I love temporary wall treatments (I wrote a whole blog post about it here). They are perfect alternatives for renters and homeowners. I especially love these wall decals.

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We are in the process of giving Peighton’s room a makeover. It’s coming along really nicely but we had this wall with the closet that we didn’t paint and it was looking kind of sad.

I though the dog Silhouettes would be a perfect option for this wall because it would take the attention off the big ol’ ugly closet.

dog silhouette

I’m really loving gold right now so the gold “doggies” was pretty instinctive. I’m putting in gold accents in the space here and there so the gold dogs will fit right in. When I got the parcel from Walls Need Love the dogs came on these nice big sheets.

gold dogs

I ended up cutting them down to easily transfer them to the wall.

gold silhouette dog

I started on this little sliver of wall and moved over along the top of the closet, then down the other side of the wall. I was able to complete the entire wall in about a half hour. It was such an easy application!

silhouette dog wall

Here’s a little sneak peek of how things are coming along in the room make over.

Memorial Day Walls Need Love

To celebrate Memorial Day, Walls Need Love is have a great sale! They are offering 15% off PLUS they will be donating 5% of the total sale  to one of my favorite charities, Fisher House. Fisher House is a non profit organization that provides lodging at no cost for military families who have a family member undergoing treatment at a nearby medical facility. Fisher House is a tremendous blessing to many military families all around the country. It was a no brainer when Walls Need Love asked me what my favorite military affiliated charity would be. So not only do you get an awesome product, you get to help out a great cause! That’s a win win if you ask me!

Happy Memorial Day weekend!

Check out some more of my favorite Walls Need Love Products:

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Geometric Removable Wallpaper

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Anchors

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Chevron

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Skyline Chalkboard Decal

What are your favorites from Walls Need Love?? Share with me in the comments!

Walls Need Love provided me product for this post but my love for Walls Need Love is true and all opinions are my own.

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DIY Painted Tea Towel – Colorful Citrus Stamped

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I’ve had “paint tea towels” on my to do list for the longest time. I love those flour sack tea towels and they are the perfect blank canvas. Super cheap, large, and bright white! Recently I saw the cutest idea to use fruit as “stamps” and decided to give it a shot on the DIY painted tea towels and they ended up looking so cute and summery.

Citrus Stamped Tea Towels Cute for Summer

Here’s a fun fact about me, I love watching beauty vlogs on Youtube. Anyone else? I get so many great beauty tips, and every now and then I get some DIY ideas too! My favorite of all favorite beauty youtubers/bloggers is Essie Button. She recently shared a fun project where she used citrus fruit as stamps to DIY some wall art. It turned out awesome so I wanted to give it a shot only not wall art but DIY Painted Tea Towels.

Here’s what you’ll need:

Citrus fruit (lemon, lime, grapefruit, etc.) I used only lemon

Paint – I used a multi surface paint but fabric paint would be best.

Paint brushes

Flour Sack Tea Towels* lemon stamped tea towels

A little about the paint. I used this Americana multi-surface paint but I have no intention of actually using these towels. If you plan on using them for more than just decoration you should add some fabric paint medium to your paint or just use fabric paint.

Painted Tea Towels

Stamping tips: The fruit can be pretty juicy so it’s a good idea to blot the lemon half a few times before brushing on the paint. Also, don’t go too heavy on the paint, just enough to cover the whole lemon half, but if you brush on too much you will just get a big paint blob. I tested out a few stamps on a piece of paper towel to get the right amount of paint.

Citrus Tea Towels

Press down on the lemon half onto the tea towel.

You can get creative with it. Different colors and designs. I did a couple of tea towels with scattered stamps and a couple more where I lined the stamps along the edges of the tea towel. Citrus Stamped Tea Towels Cute for Summer

The colors are so bright and cheerful! Don’t you think they are so fun for summer? They will make a really fun one of a kind addition to my summer kitchen decor!

Citrus Stamped Tea Towels

Have you done DIY painted tea towels yet? Oh, and does anyone else follow any great beauty vlogs/blogs? I’m always looking for some new inspiration! I’d love to hear your favorites – and be sure to check out Essie Button!

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Little Girls Room Makeover Before and Inspiration

Ya’ll! Operation big girl’s room began with a “big girl” bed a few weeks ago. I still can’t believe my baby isn’t a baby anymore! I’ve decided to keep my mind off the fact that she’s a big girl, and I’m just going to throw myself into decorating her room and maybe by the time I’m done I will have accepted it. Ha. I started out by searching high and low for the perfect bed. After looking at dozens of beds I decided that I really wanted to do an upholstered bed in a nice bright color. Of course, I couldn’t bring myself to pay the crazy high prices so I’ve decided to DIY one. I found some awesome inspiration in these great IKEA hacks and decided to do one of my own. I purchased the IKEA Tarva bed in a twin and can’t wait to hack it. So that brings us to where we are right now. In the half baby half or little girls room.
P's room before
Her room is super small and is packed with furniture. We’ll be doing a bit of rearranging, for sure. I also plan to paint her room. Since we rent, and will eventually have to paint it back, I want to go with a lighter color that will accent the bold colors I have in mind.
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I normally have a really tough time picking the perfect paint color. This time around, I used the Sherwin-Williams Chip It!® tool. It’s fabulous. It instantly transforms any picture into a paint palette using more than 1,500 Sherwin-Williams paint colors. You can add the bookmark to your bookmark bar and whenever you are browsing the web, you can click the Chip It! bookmarklet and it will instantly give you a perfect palette of colors! You can also upload a photo of your own. So if you are already loving your decor but are looking for a new paint color, you can snap a picture and upload, and the Chip It!® tool will transform it into a custom palette of colors.

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My favorite part is that you can create an account on the Sherwin-Williams Chip It!® website and save all of your palettes or ChipCards in one place.

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Like I mentioned, I want to do a really cute and feminine upholstered bed as the main piece of furniture. I love this pink one from Overstock. I also found a few things that had colors schemes that I liked, so I used Chip It! to see what colors would work best.

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I’m leaning towards a combo of two of these palettes, and I was really excited to see SW 2850 Chelsea Gray on one of the palettes! Sounds like it’s meant to be, no?

So here’s the plan:

1. Paint the room a nice neutral color

2. DIY an Upholstered Bed

3. New bedding

4. Hang Curtains

5.  Hang shelves

6.  Hang gallery wall/art work

7.  Accessorize

Of course, I’ll be doing all of this on the cheap because you know how much I love a thrifty project! Stay tuned because I will be sharing all the details! It’s going to be great!

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Monogram Tote Bag Tutorial

How about starting the week off with a quick craft.

Are you thinking about Mother’s Day yet? Here’s a Mother’s Day gift that I whipped up. I love it because: a. I love anything monogram and b. it’s so universal. You can take it to the beach, use it for your library books, or in just anyway your little heart desires!

Monogram Tote In Less Than 30 Minutes

Monogram Beach Tote Making Home Base

Originally, I thought this bag would be the perfect replacement to the typical gift bag. And for $2 it was comparable in price but it’s personalized, cute, and can be used for anything!

Monogram Tote Tutorial

Supplies you’ll need:

A canvas tote ( Mine is from Joann’s using a 40% coupon making it $2)

Scissors

A pencil

A monogram stencil (I made mine using the Silhouette Cameo)

Fabric Scrap

Fusible Webbing (Steam-A-Steam2)

Iron

DIY Monogram Tote Tutorial

First, trace the monogram in reverse onto the paper liner of your fusible webbing. You want to trace on the side that stays with the webbing.

Peel off the liner and stick the wrong side of your fabric to the web.

Cut out your monogram, after cutting you can remove the tracing liner.

Mothers Day Monogram Tote

Position your monogram on your bag, once it’s positioned where you want it, remove the liner and press lightly to allow the webbing to stick to the bag.

Press with a hot iron. The Steam-A-Seam directions recommend to press for 10-20 seconds on the cotton setting.

I also ran the iron all over my bag to get out any other wrinkles.

monogram beach tote

Next, you can run a quick stitch around the monogram to make sure it stays on securely. This isn’t required but I anticipate this bag getting a lot of use so I want it to be on there nice and snug.

Monogram Tote

Then, for a little embellishment I added some fabric rosettes.

Monogram Beach Tote Tutorial

Wouldn’t it fun to make one for all the moms in your life? Then you could stuff it with other gifts if you’d like. Moms love love love handmade and personal gifts, don’t they? This monogram tote bag fits the bill for sure!

Another Mother’s Day Craft Idea

Painted Burlap with the dates your Mom became a Mom and Grandma 

Handmade Mothers Day Painted Burlap Canvas #handmademothersday

This tutorial was original shared on Mom 4 Real.

I’m linking this project up to Savvy Southern Style, Coastal Charm, Tiny Sidekick

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Easy DIY Wall Art for Spring

Spring is in the air or at least it’s all over my house.

Last week I shared my spring home tour as a part of the Spring Parade of Homes with 11 other bloggers.

Check it out here —-> SPRING HOME TOUR

There were a few DIY along the way to get my home dressed up for Spring and I’m sharing one of them with you today.

Easy DIY Wall Art for Spring – Gold Butterfly Art

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I have two frames on the left side of my media center in my family room. I like to change out the wall art with the seasons. Sometimes it’s easy DIY wall art like today’s project and sometimes it’s recent family photos. I love changing it up for a fresh look.

I got some gold textured paper from Michaels and thought it would be fun to cut out a few butterflies to use as wall art.Screen Shot 2014-04-07 at 10.23.10 AMI found several butterfly images in the Silhouette online store. I lined them up and sized them so they would all be different sizes and shapes.

Tip: Definitely do a test cut on the textured paper. It’s not quite card stock and it’s not quite paper. It took a few test cuts to get the right blade depth for me.

butterfly wall art

After cutting out the butterflies I arranged them on a blank white piece of printer paper. Then I places it in an IKEA Ribba Frame.

Spring Home Decorating Ideas: Spring Parade of Homes

Not a bad little Spring decoration for just a few dollars! I already had the frame so it just cost me the price of the textured paper. $1!

Spring Home Decorating Ideas: Spring Parade of Homes

Have you done any spring DIYs lately? I’d love to check them out! Share them with me in the comments.

Need more spring inspiration? Check out my project gallery. Happy spring decorating!

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Spring Home Decorating Ideas – Parade of Homes

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Hi guys! I’ve been working on a lot of SPRING decorating (and a ton of other projects). I’ve teamed up with 13 other home bloggers to bring you all beautiful spring home decorating ideas, inspiration, and just beautiful Spring Home Tours. All week long, there will be home tours galore. It’s going to be amazing, I promise!

Decorating for spring home tour

I’m thrilled to be kicking off the Spring Parade of Homes with my own little spring home tour!

You guys know that we are a military family and we currently live in base housing. What that means is that our house is as basic as it comes. Decorating this space is definitely a challenge but we are doing a pretty good job at making it a home.

Spring Floral Door Hanging

On the front door you’ll see this spring floral door hanging. It’s the same one from last year.

Spring Floral Door Hanging

My favorite part is the chalkboard tags that say “Hello Spring.”

Indeed. Spring, you’re my favorite!

Spring Fresh Mantel

I wasn’t quite ready to put away my faux boxwood wreath so I brought it inside and hung it up above my faux mantel. My mantel area is the first place that gets spruced up seasonally.

Fresh Flowers for Spring

This little brass dear was a flea market find for my daughters room but I’m borrowing it for this spring mantel. It’s so cute! And my favorite thing about spring is fresh flowers. My favorites right now are fresh cut ranunculuses and these pink ones are the best.

Mantel for Spring

Spring Home Tour Wall Art

Next to the mantel I switched out the normal photos for some spring inspired wall art. I love the flower ampersand that I got from Etsy. The butterfly art was a quick DIY I plan to share later this week.

Spring Home Tour Mantel

Spring Home Tour Simple Centerpiece

My dining room is still a work in progress so I’m only sharing a couple little glimpses. I love these paper mache eggs. I originally planned on painting them but I’m digging the rustic look so I’ll keep them as is.

Teapot Vase Fresh Flowers

More flowers. I put a bunch of yellow ranunculus in my white tea pot for a fun punch of color.

Spring Home Tour Pillows

Pillows and blossoming branches bring a bit of spring into my living room. This is the room I struggle with the most. I’ve talked about it before.  My sofa is so dark so I’m always trying to keep the pillows and accessories light and airy to counter the darkness of my sofa. I love these blue damask pillows I found at TJ Maxx. It’s just the perfect balance of light and bright for spring.

Spring Home Tour Living Space

And for a bit of bold, I layered this coral accent rug overtop my jute area rug.

Master Bedroom For Spring

You know that I’ve been working on my master bedroom for awhile now. I’m so excited about how it’s coming together. It’s looking so light and bright. I’m really loving it.

Spring Home Tour Bedroom

These pillows were a Target find from a few weeks ago. I love the navy and gold together.

Master Bedroom Spring Tour

I’m still on the hunt for a bedskirt, the perfect rug, and a colorful throw.

Spring Vignette Spring Home Tour

I have more greenery in the bedroom for a spring-y feel.

Spring Home Tour Fresh Flowers

On our bedside table, there’s some more fresh flowers in a few jars placed on an empty photo frame tray.

That’s it for my Spring Home Tour.

I hope you found some spring home decorating ideas here but that’s not all! There are two other beautiful homes to see today! And even more throughout the week!

Spring Home Decorating Ideas

Thrifty and Chic Lovely Etc. Making Home Base

Spring Home Decorating Ideas

Tuesday
The Happy Housie / House by Hoff / The Blissful Bee

Wednesday
Bigger Than the Three of Us / Cuckoo4Design / Just a Girl and Her Blog

Thursday
Rain on a Tin Roof / May Richer Fuller Be

Friday
An Inviting Home / Primitive and Proper / Place of My Taste

 Linking up to some of these parties: Savvy Southern Style

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Custom Chalkboard to Hide an Awkward Cutout

Yesterday I shared my IKEA desk and how it’s looking with my new workspace. I didn’t talk much about that giant chalkboard though. Not because I don’t love it but because there was more to the story. It’s a cover up!

Custom Chalkboardhide an awkward cutout with a custom chalkboard

You know we live in base housing and there are many, many things in this house that I struggle with. I’m careful to show off the pretty parts here on the blog but in reality there are many things in our home that aren’t what I would choose if I owned it. I’m sure lots of renters feel the same way. I get really excited when I find small ways to make our house feel more like us. This was one of those big “SCORE!” moments for me. Another point for me in winning the decorating contest against the rental.

This house was built in the 70s and although it’s been renovated there are somethings around here that are straight flashbacks. One example, this awkward cutout in the wall that separates the kitchen and living room area. I think the idea behind it was to keep an open flow between the kitchen and living area but it just ugly and awkward.

Hiding an awkward cut out

It’s probably my number one least favorite thing behind the ugly gray carpet. I always felt like I couldn’t keep anything on the counter in that section of the kitchen because it would be an eye sore from the living room. I finally had the bright idea to just cover it up. I thought about doing some DIY wall art but I knew this would be my workspace eventually so an oversized custom chalkboard seemed like the perfect solution.

Budget Friendly Workspace via Making Home Base

I made this chalkboard using the same technique I used to make the DIY Framed Map and the Hanging Chalkboard except on a BIG scale. I used my favorite stain Minwax Special Walnut of course. This custom chalkboard measures about 48 inches wide. It’s really big! I think the total cost was somewhere around $30 which is really great for something this size! I love using it to write out my favorite quotes, verses, or long lyrics. It’s really inspiring to see meaningful words not just while working in this space but just walking by.

Hide an Awkward Cut Out

Doesn’t it make such a big difference? You guys!  This is just one example of ways you can make your home feel more like you. It doesn’t have to be anything HUGE or permanent. Sometimes you just need a little cover up.

Thanks for visiting with me today! If you want to hear more about how I got this workspace for less than $200 check out this post: My New Workspace.

I’m sharing this project at these great parties: Home Stories A to Z and My Uncommon Slice of SuburbiaSavvy Southern Style, My Repurposed Life

 

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IKEA Desk and My Budget Friendly Workspace

Hello hello!

I’m so glad you’re here today!

Today I’m talking about my new IKEA desk and how I created a new workspace on a super small budget!
Ikea Desk My Budget Friendly Workspace for Less than 200 dollars

You all know that I like to do things on a budget. For me, living in rentals and base housing over the last almost eight years I never know when my office may have it’s own room or when I have to make a space for it in my living room like this space so spending a bundle is out of the question.

In our old house we had a little nook at the top of the stairs that was made the perfect compact office nook. This house doesn’t have anything like that. Since we don’t have a room that is a dedicated office I have to get creative when it comes to a workspace.

Since our living room is extra long we have a portion of it that hasn’t been used, making the perfect little area for a workspace.

Budget Friendly Workspace via Making Home Base

It all started with this IKEA desk. I’ve been through many desks in the last few years and this IKEA desk has to be my very favorite. It’s small but still functional. I love all the options there are when it comes to drawers and legs. I chose the Alex drawers with the Lerberg trestle leg. I wanted some storage to hide all of my supplies (ehmm… junk).

Small Work space on a budget

This chair has been floating around our house for years. It’s also from IKEA. I’d love to find a nice comfy upholstered chair for this space eventually but for now this one works.

Small Bright Work Space via Making Home Base

Since this workspace is technically part of the living room I had to find the perfect rug to define the space so it didn’t look like a random desk in the corner. I love this trellis rug from Rugs USA. It’s super comfy and the pattern is great.

Workspace on a budget via Making Home Base

Ah… accessorizing is my favorite part. I love this wood caddy from Home Goods. It’s great for holding envelopes and notebooks and other random supplies I might need within an arm’s reach. I also adore these little glass jars I got from the thrift store. I think they may have been candle jars at one point but I’m not sure – they are the perfect size for holding pens and pencils or little thumbtacks.

Small Work Space

And of course the biggest statement piece of the whole workspace is my oversized chalkboard! I’m going to share the details on that tomorrow. I have a secret about that chalkboard. Here’s a clue it’s not what it seems.

But here’s the breakdown on cost.

IKEA desk: Linnmon Desk Top: $15.99

Alex Drawers: $79.99

Lerberg Trestle Leg: $10

Rugs USA Trellis Rug: $83

Grand Total: $189

Less than $200 is not bad at all!

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I’m sharing this project at these great parties: Home Stories A to Z and My Uncommon Slice of SuburbiaSavvy Southern StyleMy Repurposed Life

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Trash to Treasure: Stylish Octagon Tray

Happy Friday everyone!

Last week I had so much fun sharing a trash to treasure post with the $2 chalkboard that I wanted to do another quick trash to treasure post today.

This one I love love love.

geometric stenciled octagon tray

Check out how I turned this awkward dophin tray into…

A Stylish Geometric Stenciled Tray

Thrift Store Find Turned Chic Octagon Tray

It all started when I spotted this really awkward looking wood tray while perusing the thrift store. It caught my eye because I loved the octagon shape to it. The dophin was missing a chunk out of it’s nose but I figured I could fix that with a little wood filler. I didn’t have an exact project in mind but hey, it was a really cool octagon tray – I knew I find something to do with it! I purchased it for a $1.

Stenciled Thrift Store Tray

I even giggled a little bit at the register when the cashier was commenting on how beautiful it was. I never know how to respond to comments when I know it will be unrecognizable once I’m done. I usually just say, yeah it’s great isn’t it?

Now here’s how it became trash to treasure.

Painted Octagon Tray

The first step, which you can see a bit in the before photo, was to fill a few spots where the wood was uneven with wood filler. I mentioned the dolphin missing a bit of his nose. There were also a few cracks in the wood that I filled with a bit of filler. After it dried, I sanded it so it was nice and even and ready for paint.

I painted the inside and rim a nice off white color. It was Valspar paint that we had left over from the two toned nightstand I shared earlier in the week.

Stenciled Thrift Store Octagon Tray

At first I wanted to put a monogram on this bad boy. But really, I’ve been kind of monogramming everything lately so I thought I better not. All things in moderation ya know?

So I busted out my awesome stencils from Deco Art and decided on this fun chevron design.

Thrift Store Octagon Tray

I painted the design on with some gray craft paint. I just did two light coats. I wanted it to look a little worn as if the design was rubbing off a little bit.

I finished the whole thing with a coat of protective wax.

I’m kind of obsessed with it now.

Thrift Store Tray Makeover

It’s my favorite trash to treasure project so far! What do you think? I’d love to hear what your best trash to treasure project has been. Share with me in the comments!

Happy weekend!

You’ll find my projects linked up on some of these blogs: My Repurposed Life

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Two Toned Nightstand in the Master Bedroom

Our little master bedroom is finally coming together. Just a few more finishing touches and I’ll be showing it off here on the blog. This weekend we tackled a few things, one of them being a new nightstand! Last year I was really excited about my mint nightstand (anyone remember it?) and while I still absolutely love the piece of furniture itself it just doesn’t work well in our bedroom anymore. It’s still floating around the house and I will be sure to share where it ends up. The new nightstand is another painted furniture piece that came out way better than I ever could have imagined!

Two Toned White and Wood Nightstand

My husband found a little chest on craigslist for super cheap a couple weeks ago. It’s the perfect nightstand size so I knew right away that I wanted to use it in our bedroom.

two toned night stand before

Here’s the before. Not my taste at all but tons of potential. We even played “one of these is not like the others” with the handles. Can you find the one that doesn’t belong? Ha.

Matt did all the hard work and sanded it all the way down to bare wood. I loved the grain so I ended up staining the whole thing with the intention of keeping it all wood. We seem to always paint and I kind of wanted to keep something just wood. After the stain dried, I wasn’t really loving it. Then I saw this amazing two toned table my friend April from House by Hoff painted and I fell in love.

Two Toned Nightstand

I was feeling inspired so I thought I would give it a shot. I shared this photo on Instagram and asked for your advice. Stick with the two toned or go all white?

Two Toned Night stand

Most everyone agreed that two toned was the way to go and now that it’s all done I couldn’t agree more. The original hardware had to go. I picked up these really pretty ones from The Home Depot. They were brass. I loved the shape but not the color so I spray painted them white.

two toned nightstand

We still need a bed skirt and a rug but the nightstand makes a big impact don’t you think? I think it fits the space and feel I am going for.

White and wood nightstand

What do you say? Was two toned the right way to go on this nightstand?

Have a wonderful week!

I’m sharing this project at these great parties: Home Stories A to Z and My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia, Savvy Southern Style

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