Hello, how easy is this?
Fantastic tutorial, lots of pictures.
Would love it in a laundry room or boys room. Miranda from Pressing On did a great job!
These would be cute in a kitchen, you could match the cans to your colours or style.
Campbells cans for a splash of red maybe?
Of course I couldn't find the source or a DIY link for these but how hard can they be? The entire electrical part is one piece and available at most hardware stores, drill or punch a hole in the can and ....voila!
These mason jars are beautiful in the summer, winter, hanging or on a table. Here they are shown hanging in a canning basket hanging from small chains. Use either real or battery operated tea lights for a beautiful twinkle.
This is just so pretty, inexpensive and easy.
Created by Fabulous Fifi but I found the
'how to' on DesignDazzle.
How cute is this? You could make it any size, using any scrap metal. Tracie at Cleverly Inspired shows you just how easy it really is. She has lots of great photos to help you along the way.
I don't know about you but I feel so happy when I get instant gratification from a quick and simple DIY.
Beckie over at Infarrantly Creative came up with this awesome DIY. See her Anthropologie inspiration.
Simple. sweet and classic country.
I imagine this could also be done with bushel baskets.
The Handmade Home has a great tutorial. You could paint this, stencil it, just imagine the possibilities!
This would be fabulous over a kitchen island, dining table, pool table....
This was created by We Design Studio. I don't know when I'll ever grow tired of mason jars.
This is an ETSY item from Jordenski, look at the gorgeous shadows it casts.
is it wrong to want a grater over my nightstand?
There you have it folks.......... 9 ispirational DIYs
There's more!!! Only one more, last minute add on.
I found these at Manmade who then links them to Grassroots Modern but the photo links at Grassroots are broken. Lots of instructions though. They seem easy enough to make,
don't you think?