This post has something for everyone! My blogging buddies and I are going to show you how to mix paint, paint with Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint and Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, spray paint, AND paint with a sprayer! We are also going to transform old t-shirts, roadside finds, ordinary drop clothes, and renovate a bathroom on a budget!
Did I mention we’ve thrown in a pallet project and a TV celebrity?!?
If you’ve been wanting to try the chevron pattern on something but were a little intimidated, Amanda from mommy is coocoo has a tutorial for you! Make sure you check out the video too.
I love it when I see something pretty and the words No Sew and Budget Friendly are attached to it. Christy from Our Southern Home bought regular old drop clothes and used left over fabric to create these beautiful curtain panels. Her detailed tutorial will guide you right through the process.
Beth takes all the intimidation out of mixing milk paint. Farm Fresh Vintage Finds has a great tips! You’ll want to check out Beth’s kitchen cabinet makeover while you are visiting.
Now that you aren’t scared of mixing milk paint, you’ll want to see how Nancy took a dated 80’s bread box and turned it into French Fabulous using Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint. Artsy Chicks Rule will show you the painting process and how to do fun graphics, too!
Megan from Rappsody In Rooms painted this indoor outdoor rug (in no time flat) with a paint sprayer. You will want to check out the whole post to see what Megan can do with duct tape.
Therese is a girl after my own heart! She found this chair on the side of the road and transformed it. You’ve got to check out the before picture at Fresh Idea Studioand let us know if Kate Spade would have entered your mind!
Now on to our celebrity! Serena from Thrift Diving has an awesome project that you can make in five minutes. Serena was on TV y’all – showing people how to make gift boxes out of scrapbook paper. Check out Serena’s video to see her in action!
Wanda got “Out with the old and in with the blue” at Recreate and Decorate. Her DIY Bath renovation on the cheap is one you don’t want to miss. Her standard vanity become something special with she painted it blue. Make sure you check out all her other blue touches!
It wasn’t easy for her (she likes pine) but Cindy from Dwellings – The Heart of Your Home transformed not one but two pieces of pine furniture with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
Petticoat Junction is full of amazing paint projects but these “decanters” are a stunning transformation. Check out the before picture! I certainly couldn’t have imagined this transformation!
Are you a fan of cheap and easy projects that don’t take long to complete? Sonya up-cycled her son’s old t-shirts into art on her blog, At Home with The Barkers.
While I’m showing off my blogging buddies favorite projects, I may as well share one of my own. My DIY Pallet Wine Rack is one of my most popular posts.
What project have you been wanting to try lately? I hope you got some inspiration from some of these.