Too many frickin pillows….seriously the pillows are going to take over our house. I was in a desperate need to clean up and declutter this week and these random pillows almost made their way to Goodwill. Instead, I came up with another purpose for them on the front porch. If you don’t have any random pillows laying around…and you want to make some of these for your front porch, check the local garage sales this weekend—I am sure you will find something that will be good enough to recover for the porch.
Hey yall! Have a great weekend? We did some things around the house and just hung out. My peanut is trying out for tennis this year and she will find out today if she made the team:) And my bubs was studying for his permit test (took it this am and passed!!;) So officially we have two permitted drivers in our house….I may never drive again:) They have to drive with us for 6 months and then they can go to get their license after they pass a roads course test. Lots of practice time ahead….
A long long time ago I shared on Instagram a few pictures of the headboard that we made for our master bedroom. I wanted to kind of break down the steps for you in case you wanted to make one for your home. Often times I feel like I shared something with you and then I go back and realized I never did so here goes….
This post has been sponsored by Diamond Nuts. I have been compensated for my time and efforts writing this post. All ideas, photos, and errors are 100% mine:) I have shared with you 2 other fun and innovative ways to use those fabulous Diamond Nuts (a votive holder and an ornament)….here is my last project for this campaign. These creative napkin rings make use of those whole walnut shells. You will just need a few other household items to create these one of a kind rings for your holiday table. A few fresh sprigs of every green or holly for color and your table is festive in a flash!
I have used the cheapo cedar fence parts before….long time ago when I made a art piece for my friend Patti. They are really affordable…possibilities are endless for small craft projects or large ones like this! I will show you the rest of the porch on Wednesday….but before I get to editing all those pics I wanted to share with you this very large Christmas sign that cost just under $10! An easy afternoon project too…would be such a nice gift to give too. I painted mine in candy cane stripes….but obviously you are only limited by your imagination. GO crazy I say! Here is how I put mine together and finished it to look a bit aged…