Hi there LKB followers!!! Donna Beth here, and I was inspired to create a memory box from an old wooden silverware case I was given. I have a friend that designs amazing sculptures, jewelry, and wind chimes from old silverware. She then ends up with lots of boxes and gives them away to those thatContinue reading “Upcycling Wooden Silverware Case”
Here we have another great gift idea. These would look super cute on top of a three tier tray or inside of a dough bowl for decoration. Supplies: Wooden Discs (Walmart) Paint Twine Ribbon Varnish Instrucitons: Paint and let dry Varnish with three coats and let dry in between each coat. Embellish coaster as desiredContinue reading “DIY Coaster”
Hi All, I had a lot of fun making these festive wood ornaments. I had gotten them in the impulse section of the store as you walk in to my local Fry’s Grocery in early February. They were labelled as gift tags, but I thought they’d make excellent ornaments! I have quite a few friends,Continue reading “Painted Wood Heart Ornaments”
Hi All!!! I did this project a couple of weeks ago on Facebook as a Live stream. I was able to actually give it to my mom’s sisters when I had to go Washington state the second week of June. They both loved it! 🙂 I designed it with my grandad’s cattle brand on theContinue reading “Painting an Easter Truck as a Farm Truck”
Hi All!! Last night I tried something I had never before attempted! I put an ink stamp on chalk paint. I had building my courage for it for a while, and last night was the night! I got to use some of my pre-done bits of art and combine them in a new way. 🙂Continue reading “Ink Stamp on Chalk Paint”
Hi, Need a gift for a lady that loves to make things with power tools of a sort? Take a look at this cool, fairly quick gift idea!! Perfect for a “she shed” or garage or even in your kitchen!!! Obviously you can use this technique on other word phrases and pictures as well, let your imagination run wild!!
Initial Letter Blocks Supplies: Letter Blocks from WalmartCard StockMod PodgeScissors Instructions: Lay each side of you letter down and trace the shape of the side of the letter onto your card stock. 2. Cut out the shape that you drew onto the card stock. Put a light layer of mod podge onto the wooden blockContinue reading “DIY Baby Shower Gifts”