BRILLIANT HOME DECOR IDEAS !!!

I HAVE COME UP WITH A DO IT YOURSELF STREAK…HERE I WILL COLLECT AND POST 5 DIY IDEAS PER BLOG….SO HERE WE HAVE THE FIRST ONE. HOPE YOU LIKE IT.

 

1

HAND DYED NAPKINS

Soak a cotton napkin in water (or run it under the tap). Wring out excess and lay on a covered surface. Hang and allow to dry overnight. Iron fabric to set paint. Set a "to dye for' spring table with the final product. They look lovely as napkins, but can double as placemats, too.

STEP 1 : soak the napkin in waterwril out the excess and lay on a covered surface

STEP 2 : starting at the bottom brush on acrylic paint add more water , a few table spoon at a time and let dry.

STEP 3 : hang out the napkin an let dry overnight

STEP 4 : iron fabric to set the paint.

STEP 5 : use them with contracting colored napkins.enjoy.

2

TRIMS

Existing curtains or pillows look extra luxe with new fringe. Another quick fix? Use leftover wall paint to refresh the frame of an old chair. exixting curtains or pillows look extra extra lure when you add colorful fringes to the cloth.

take a strip of colorful strip and sew in to the ends of the curtains and cushion to make them look extra beautiful.

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use left over wall paints to the ends of the chairs and tables

use rope to cover up small old chairs and color them to make a trendy sitting stools.

 

3

CANDLE LAMP SHADES

 

 

These clever “lamps” can give your table a chic, cheery feel โ€” perfect for a Mom’s Day brunch. Gather wineglasses, scrapbook paper, LED tea lights, scissors, and double-sided tape.

MAKE A ONE AND CUT THE TOP FIX IT TO OUR CANDLE STAND.AND YOU ARE READY !

4

SUITCASE TABLES

Vintage luggage adds both retro flair and clever storage to your home in three easy steps. Use them for stashing blankets or books at the foot of the bed.  Get the tutorial ยป

5

PILLOW POCKET

Keep the clicker in easy reach of your armchair with this no-sew pillow pocket. You'll need: a throw pillow with a removable cover, the pocket from a pair of jeans (men's work best size-wise) and fusible webbing (found at fabric stores). Cut the whole pocket out of the pants. Sandwich the webbing between the cover and back of pocket edges; iron layers together. Put the cover back on, and settle in for the big game.

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