Hello friends! What are your plans for the weekend? We’re attending a birthday party on Saturday but other than that, a whole lot of nothing which I welcome after burning the candle at both ends for the past two weeks so I could use a little down time. Amanda and I rounded up another group of favorite projects and ideas to inspire, enjoy the links!
A completed list of updates makes for great curb appeal at Inspired Living Home.
Build a metal and wood island with a full how to at Better Homes & Gardens (Australia).
Or how about a sawhorse table for impromptu use indoors or out? Home Depot’s The Apron blog has the list of things you’ll need to recreate.
KariAnne used inexpensive wood shims to enhance the back of a bookcase and add rustic texture, via Infarrantly Creative.
Weather proof your art for outdoor display with tips from 7th House on the Left.
Make acrylic drawer pulls that mimic much pricier versions with a supply list and tips from Sawdust Girl.
Better your indoor shots with these five tips for shooting interiors at Design*Sponge.
Who wants to learn how to pipe royal icing to perfection? Visit Sweetopia for tips!
Craft a fall leaf garland with scrapbook papers that you can reuse year after year with Kristin at With You Still.
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Enjoy your weekend everyone !
I want to learn how to pipe royal icing! I’m all in the baking mood, tired of pies, it’s time for cookies!
I’m heading to Sleepy Hollow NY this weekend, time to see some pumpkins, and hopefully the Headless Horseman!
Have a great weekend!
Love that island!
So unique looking.
I love BOTB posts, and I love that you put them up on Fridays. They give me a whole weekend of reading as I dive into the blogs behind each of the posts. I always ended up completely inspired. Thanks so much for doing this series!
Glad you enjoy them – I love the series too!
Love your BOTB always Kate and look forward to it always. Faves are the shim backing and the acrylic pulls! Fantastic!
I like the idea of weather proofing. Especially with the weather that seems to surprise everybody.
Kate, thanks so much for including my piping lines tutorial! xo