I decorated the garage for a birthday party, but it was practice for the wedding. Total cost of the decor was $20 using plastic table cloths from the Dollar Store, and a roll of white duct tape. Folded over the top of the table cloths and carefully taped with 1/2 wide white duct tape. Then I hung then with clothes line. Very happy with the way it turned out.
Day 25: Home Projects-- every time we have a major "house cleaning day" I pull out the white board and make this list. I can't tell you how many times I've written it! Thank you @moxiedori for the inspiration- now I can just flip to the page! And thank you @nerdy.teacher for the printing inspiration- my best attempt at your amazing handwriting!! Now to add some color, maybe washi tape, and cute icons! #planwithmechallenge #bulletjournaljunkies #bulletjournal #bujo #bujojunkies…
"I can't stop looking at how unbelievably gorgeous this kitchen and master bath turned out! I'm calling it 'Farmhouse Chic.' We painted, distressed, added picture molding to the ends for added detail and finished it off with new hardware." - For The Love of Furniture and Home Design This phenomenal makeover was completed with General Finishes Dark Chocolate Milk Paint and sealed with Gel Topcoat.
Washi tape is great, but it certainly isn't the only tape out there that can make a big impact in your home. It only took Dina from Honey & Fitz two rolls of gold duct tape to turn a basic white fridge into a glitzy showstopper.