Here they are, in no particular order:
The top 15 posts for House Revivals Blog in 2015
This post on how to flatten silverware for upcycling projects was a definite favorite.
If you've been in an organizing frenzy this January, be sure to save the odd earrings, wire, and old washers from the junk drawer! You can make some amazing jewelry pieces from surprising materials.
How to create a Bible art journal page was one of the most viewed pages of 2015.
Click here to learn how to embellish paperclips!
Sometimes we have our most creative solutions when we have absolutely no budget. This foyer that I stage is in a city condominium with a very limited budget. These decor spheres were born out of desperation!
I promise anyone can draw or paint! YouTube is full of amazing tutorials that will help you stretch your abilities, your supplies, and your style. Here is what I learned.
If you have a soft spot for vintage romance novel art, you'll love this tutorial for a pocket planner folio. A dollar store pocket planner fits perfectly!
Have you always wanted to try creating an altered book, but don't know where to start? This is the tutorial for you!
You don't need to be an expert jeweler, or spend a lot of money on supplies to create these pretty wire wrapped pendants.
Have you tried shopping at architectural salvage stores? You might be surprised at the treasures you'll find!
You can make these darling wire sphere charms using wire from the hardware store or the craft store!
I destroy books to create art. This is why.
There are just no limits to the types of supplies you can use to create jewelry.
Here is a list of 29 must have craft supplies from the $1.50 store!
And here are 10 amazing craft supplies from the Dollar Tree!
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