Transferring pictures to tiles by using Nail Polish Remover. This is freaking ingenious!!!
I've discovered a cool method of transferring your photos onto tiles to create unique home decorations! This simple technique allows you to transfer your favorite pictures to tiles to keep for yourself or give away as gifts.The detailed instructions
Tile Samples to Pretty Trivets
Here's why you shouldn't overlook the 46 cent tile samples at Lowe's! You'll be so happy you saw this! For this months Lowes DIY Days challenge, I took three 46 cent tile samples from Lowe's and made them into pretty trivets.
How to Color Etched Ceramic TilesWhatcha Workin' On?
Etch ceramic tile? Oh, yeah! And then color it to add contrast. From whatchaworkinon.com Oh, the possibilities!
DIY Photo Christmas Ornaments
DIY photo transfer Christmas Ornaments How to make photo transfer ornaments Every year my most cherished ornaments are the ones with the faces of the people I love, the handmade personalized ones that bring back a memory. Sometimes photo ornaments can be heavy, especially if they have a metal frame, so I loved learning this simple technique of transferring cherished photos onto lightweight unfinished wood ornaments. The image itself is actually transferred onto the wood! If you love the…
DIY the Coolest Coasters in Town - Down Home Inspiration
Eeeek, these DIY coasters are just about the coolest thing around and this is one DIY you don’t want to miss out on. In fact, grab your kiddos too…they are going to want to see this! Supplies Needed: White Tiles (usually less than $1 each at hardware store) Permanent Markers 91% Rubbing Alcohol Long Handled …
A fun New Tile -
I have made a lot of monogrammed tiles with the family name as gifts but quite often I have people say that they are a blended family, or not married but have children, etc, and wish they could have a … Continue reading →
Class Gifts on a Budget
Hi friends! I have been making these ornaments for the last 5 years. I started because I wanted a cute ornament that was inexpensive for my son to give to his grandparents. I also knew I was working with a baby, and I would make mistakes. SO, I need something that I could fix if we messed it up. These are SO.EASY. I still make them each year with Reid. We just try to find a different one to make. They are adorable and affordable. Since they are so affordable, I thought I would try them with…