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Drawer Front Upcycle

Make your own unique wood signs using old drawer fronts!

Inexpensive Plate Wall

White Wallers! Here is a to technique to add a beautiful, inexpensive plate wall for your home.

L.Grace Lauer
$10 Window Treatment – DIY Frosted Glass in a Moroccan Tile Pattern

Frosted Glass Patterns is a fantastic look to any window where curtains or blinds may not be the best choice. Now you can do it temporarily with frosted contact paper!

Before & After – Curbside Find

A step by step with photos on how I transformed this curbside find (the second time)

DIY Primitive Witch Hat Decoration

How to create your very own primitive witch hat fall decoration!

Faux Farmhouse Table for less than $30

I’ve always wanted a farm house table, but with us moving around and seeing how our current table took a beating, I couldn’t justify spending the money on one.

$40 Carrara Marble Herringbone Inspired Back splash

An inexpensive way to get the look of a Marble backsplash in a herringbone pattern!

DIY Paint Furniture

Learn how to paint your furniture to give it a fresh and modern look. It’s easy to find furniture and make it your own.

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Life-Sized Ruler DIY

With so many PCS moves, it’s hard to keep track of your little ones height and this project is the perfect problem solver.

L.Grace Lauer
Paper Bag Flooring Tutorial

White Wallers! I am here today to share with you all a little home improvement project we did in our kitchen and bath. This is a tutorial of how we achieved this look.

Meaghan Copley
Nail polish Water Color Art

Watercolor art is now my newest obsession!! Its a great way to upcycle your glass jars and you can also find super cheap mugs at the Dollar Store and Thrift stores!

Happy Crafting!

Meg C
Flare for Glass Pieces

Add a little “flare” to glass pieces in the house… I did a vase and a few coffee mugs.

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Big Ol’ Stenciled No-Sew Drop Cloth Curtains

Super easy and inexpensive drop cloth curtains add impact and personality to any room on a shoe string budget!

Also on the White Walls Blog Check it out here!

Tall ceilings and big windows, meant that we needed to find long curtains, but finding long curtains that didn’t require spending a small fortune was difficult. After our millionth trip to Lowes, I had a ‘duh,’ moment! Why not drop cloth curtains?

My mom had a ton of chalk paint at home, and a few newly bought stencils that were just dying to be used. With that in mind we bought two drop cloths, curtain rings, and a curtain rod and headed home!