Anything with a chalkboard on it catches my eye. As a country girl, I also love anything wood. Megan Brooke put the two together to make these amazing wood chalkboard chunks. Sigh. Aren't they gorgeous? Skip on over to her blog for the tutorial...
Pam from Backwoods Cottage is a girl after my own heart, she loves vintage.... well anything I think... but she had collected some old galvanized buckets & washtubs. So she took her collection and made a planter. SO cute!
Jennifer from Town & Country Living loves bottles - and when she found these for free, she knew just what to do with them. She added a few garnishes and some labels from The Graphics Fairy, and she came up with some charming vintage style bottles. LOVE free projects!
Sometimes a furniture makeover has so many great qualities that it leaves you breathless, like this dresser from Dear Emmeline. Chalk paint? Check! Fabric covered drawer fronts? Check! Silhouette of her daughter? Check! Replacing the mirror with chalkboard? Uhhh YEAH! This is one of the most charming DIYs I've seen in a long time. Be sure to scoot on over and see it all for yourself!
Elisabeth at Artistic Expressions turned an outdated chest of drawers into a knock out statement piece with just a little elbow grease and some paint. Not only did she redo the piece and update the original hardware, she even made her own chalk paint for the project. Now that's my kinda DIY!
Jeanette is my kinda girl - she loves power tools. Like most women, she realizes that there just aren't enough great sources for info geared towards women. So what did she do? Start a whole new section of her blog dedicated to woodworking tips for women. Yep! So grab your jigsaws and stop by to see her video, as well as bookmark her blog for all it's great information.
Karyn at Kayboo Creations was determined to use the vinegar stain technique, but wasn't thrilled with her first results. She tried again (like any DIYer would) and finally got the results that she wanted with this stunning chevron side table. She shares some tips & tricks to getting the homemade stain just right, and used it on her $5 yard sale find. Love that!