I found these shoes at Target the other day and thought they were pretty cute for the price. They’re perforated espadrilles and because of the holes, I thought they’d be perfect for a cross stitch or embroidery project.
So, I whipped up 3 different ways to makeover a simple pair of shoes with essentially just a needle and thread. It’s way less messy that dying, painting, etc and is super customizable. Plus, if you ever get tired of the design you created, you can remove it without damage to the shoe and start fresh with a completely new look. Click through for all 3 ways to makeover shoes for spring.
The weather has been up and down in Atlanta lately. But spring is officially here and I’m hoping that temperatures will start warming up for good soon. So, I put together a quick (and very easy) front porch makeover to inspire you for the new season. It’s perfect for small spaces, and can be completed in about an hour! Which makes this one of the fastest makeovers I’ve ever done.
Click through to see how it all came together (and get the tutorial for those DIY terra cotta totem planters in the photo).
There have been so many changes upstairs at the studio since I moved in two years ago, but one thing has stayed the same for far too long: the pattern half wall. I loved it and all, don’t get me wrong. But when you stare at it almost everyday it starts to lose it’s fun factor. So, I gave that part of the space a little makeover with some help from Lowe’s as part of the 12 rooms in 12 months series and am finally sharing it today!
AND I’m also spilling my secrets for getting the perfect paint job every time! I’ve painted SO many rooms over the years (completely by myself) and have learned from all my past mistakes so you can get straight to the good stuff! Click through for all the details. And as a reminder, here’s what the space looked like before…
Back when I did the DIY backsplash project, I also made some simple leather cabinet pulls. And I just realized, I never posted the tutorial. So here it is!
I love this idea for renters because it’s such an easy and affordable upgrade for basic builder grade cabinets and they’ve held up really well too. It’s been about 6 months since I installed them and they’re still going strong and basically look exactly the same. Click through to learn how to make leather cabinet pulls in just a few minutes.
Wedding season is coming up soon and I just can’t resist dreaming up a few DIY projects to celebrate. So, if you’re getting hitched anytime soon or you just want to bookmark some ideas for the future, be sure to click through for 3 (brand new) budget-friendly DIY wedding ideas, in partnership with Brother and their P-touch Embellish machine.
What’s on the agenda? There’s a DIY wedding ring pillow, a DIY wedding bouquet, and exit toss confetti pouches (that will work for any celebration). Click through to see all 3 budget-friendly wedding projects!
I’ve been looking for ways to switch up my normal breakfast routine lately, and somewhere along the way, it was suggested that I try making breakfast bowls at home. They’re super easy to make and (as it turns out) totally delicious, so I wanted to share a quick recipe for my current fave today.
These Mexican breakfast bowls are dairy-free and vegetarian friendly (for those that eat eggs). So, be sure to bookmark them for Saturday mornings at home or a weekend brunch with friends. Click through to make your own!