Carol Haywood

Carol Haywood

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When I spotted the prettiest little candleholders for just one dollar at my local Dollar Tree I knew a project was in the works!  This dollar store DIY out…

When I spotted the prettiest little candleholders for just one dollar at my local Dollar Tree I knew a project was in the works! This dollar store DIY out…

DIY Barn Wood Technique | Paint Trick | the tutorial uses Cece Caldwell paints, but can get the same with other paints/stains -- Step 1: Gray (Pittsburgh Gray) and water into wood grain, Step 2: Dry, Step 3: Wipe stain over it (She used Savannah Praline) Step 4:  Let stain Dry a few hours, Step 5: Small amount of white (Simply White) paint and dry brush onto it going with grain (wipe off excess as needed, but may need to add more after wiping excess), Step 6: Let cure or wipe on wax or…

DIY Barn Wood Technique | Paint Trick | the tutorial uses Cece Caldwell paints, but can get the same with other paints/stains -- Step 1: Gray (Pittsburgh Gray) and water into wood grain, Step 2: Dry, Step 3: Wipe stain over it (She used Savannah Praline) Step 4: Let stain Dry a few hours, Step 5: Small amount of white (Simply White) paint and dry brush onto it going with grain (wipe off excess as needed, but may need to add more after wiping excess), Step 6: Let cure or wipe on wax or…

18" doll furniture I hand made for my daughters American Girl dolls. Made a desk and chair, 2 end tables a coffee table, a lounger and, 4 chairs. I had already made a couch and lounger along with a kitchen table. I took a 1x8x10 marked out measurements and started cutting. Tools used: wood glue, nails, lumber, an old blanket, gesso for priming and acrylic paint. Most of which I had laying around. Total cost for everything under $50.00. Happy crafting.

18" doll furniture I hand made for my daughters American Girl dolls. Made a desk and chair, 2 end tables a coffee table, a lounger and, 4 chairs. I had already made a couch and lounger along with a kitchen table. I took a 1x8x10 marked out measurements and started cutting. Tools used: wood glue, nails, lumber, an old blanket, gesso for priming and acrylic paint. Most of which I had laying around. Total cost for everything under $50.00. Happy crafting.

Homemade barbie sectional. Using 2 macaroni n cheese boxes (keeping them separate for rearranging). Hot glue fabric to boxes and cardboard rectangles with stuffing for pillows. Wood beads for bottoms.

Homemade barbie sectional. Using 2 macaroni n cheese boxes (keeping them separate for rearranging). Hot glue fabric to boxes and cardboard rectangles with stuffing for pillows. Wood beads for bottoms.

Free Printable Scrapbook Patterns, "Bricks and More" Great for floors and walls in faerie houses! :-)

Free Printable Scrapbook Patterns, "Bricks and More" Great for floors and walls in faerie houses! :-)

mini lamp: similar tutorial at: http://allthingsmini.sueztech.com/2/post/2014/02/mini-table-lamp.html

mini lamp: similar tutorial at: http://allthingsmini.sueztech.com/2/post/2014/02/mini-table-lamp.html