Recently, we had the honor to work with HR Block’s blog “Block Talk.” It’s a fantastic blog for a variety of projects, activities, and tips on saving money. With Venessa’s wedding this year, many other friends’ weddings, and crafts galore, we blogged about “Our Favorite DIY Projects for the Budget-Concious Bride.” Read the post here.
There, you’ll see DIY projects on a wedding candy table, creating your own invitations, seating chart tags, and a homemade photo booth... enjoy!
Oh, it's Tuesday after Labor Day weekend (well, technically it's Monday night) but most of you are either still at the bar or in bed sleeping off your hangover, so you probably won't be seeing this until Tuesday. Well goooood morning afternoon (in a british accent)! I've got a DIY to share!
I've had this windowpane forever and it has just been chillin in my hallway for months. I didn't know what to do with it until now, and I couldn't find it in me to part ways. Soo, one rainy day later and now I have a piece of "art" to hang over my television. Whoopie!
Here's how it started:
Favorite art prints found in a Christie's Auction House catalog
a windowpane (and maybe you can't find yours outside like I did. Check in a thrift/antique/junk shop)
A pair of scissors and some tape
It's embarrassing how easy this project was! I taped the photos well onto the frame behind the glass. Done and done. Not bad, eh?
The bigger picture for ya:
Total cost: probably like $5 (scissors and tape). The catalog was free.