How To Update An Old Tree Stump Table

How To Update An Old Tree Stump Table
We’ve already spoken about tree stump furniture, and today’s article is dedicated to the same. If you already have a tree stump piece and want to renovate it, this tutorial from delineateyourdwelling.com will help you. This tree stump table was 20 years old, and if you have something like that, you can update it easily... 
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DIY Mint And Gold Foil Placemat

DIY Mint And Gold Foil Placemat
We’ve already told you about cool and creative placemats, and here’s one more project that Delineateyourdwelling blog had shared with us. The supplies are a burlap placemat, gold leaf, 18 sheet pack, metal leaf adhesive, wine cork, green acrylic paint and a sponge brush. Read the tutorial in the source. 
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Beach-Inspired Decor: DIY Coral Of Wire

Beach-Inspired Decor: DIY Coral Of Wire
Have you just returned from a vacation? Are you missing summer already? This coral décor piece is something that will bring a taste of vacation, beach and sea breeze to your space! You’ll need some wire, a glue gun, pliers, acrylic paint, a brush, and a piece of wood. Let start with the red one:... 
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Simple DIY Concrete Table Numbers

Simple DIY Concrete Table Numbers
If you are planning some celebration, you’ll need original and cool table numbers. An ideal variant is to make concrete ones – they look cool, difficult to spoil and easy to decorate. You’ll need paper mache numbers, concrete, tape and spray paint. Cut off the top of the numbers, remove the zigzag cardboard from inside.... 
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17 Cool DIY Fall Table Runners

17 Cool DIY Fall Table Runners
There is no party or just family dinner without a cool table setting and to make it you’ll need a centerpiece and a good fall table runner. Even if you sew not very well, you’ll be able to make one very easily as there are many no-sew versions. First of all, a fall table runner... 
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Rustic DIY Hexagon Table Runner

Rustic DIY Hexagon Table Runner
Rustic décor is the best and the coziest! A rustic table runner is a great idea that you can easily make yourself. You’ll need paper pieced hexagon, sticky contact paper, needle, thread, cotton quilt wadding, backing fabric, water soluble marker, ribbon or woven braid, a sewing machine. Arrange you hexies in any pattern that appeals... 
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DIY Plywood Christmas Card Holder

DIY Plywood Christmas Card Holder
Christmas is close, and we continue to present the easiest and most interesting crafts for this holiday. To display your cards or maybe create an advent calendar, you will need: a jigsaw, masking tape, grit sandpaper, plywood, a pencil, a leather cord, metal tacks or nails, a hammer and a ruler. Along one edge of... 
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