Posts tagged diy

6 Creative Ways to Make a DIY Christmas Tree – I Like Number 1 and 5

I found this awesome infographic on Anglian Home's Good to be Home site. Since Thanksgiving is this week, and most people start decorating for Christmas just before or after Thanksgiving, I thought now would be a good time to share these creative ways to make your own interesting Christmas tree for the holidays. I really like options ... see more >>

Home Organization: Challenge Accepted

Hey everyone. Lisha here. This is a guest post from my new bloggie friend, Megan. She's sharing some awesome DIY stuff about her life. Enjoy! Greetings, readers of One House One Couple! My name is Megan and I have a little website called Rental Revival. My blog is all about making your home feel more like you, one easy ... see more >>

Hassle-Free Bathroom DIY: Makeover Your Bathroom Furniture

This is a guest post by Helen. Are your bathroom cabinets in need of an update? Are you short of time and money? Then read on... Cool, Contemporary Sheen Contemporary cabinets can be rejuvenated quite simply, with a couple of cans of hi-gloss cabinet spray paint and a few hours’ work. Hi-gloss bathroom furniture coordinates ... see more >>

Kitchen Renovation Day 6 – Bathroom Cabinet Turned Food Pantry

Home Remodel Time Before I start this post, I want to remind you about Domestic Mamma's Awesome Giveaway. So head on over and check it out stat! Now on to our Kitchen Renovation. I forgot. Before we broke down the second wall in our kitchen (or third or fourth wall, depending on how you look at it), I decided to take the custom ... see more >>

Free Ugly Alley Chair Transformed

Beach Bungalow Time I love free stuff when it's something I can actually use, or something I can make my own. Someone was giving away a pair of wooden chairs in our back alley, so I snatched those babies right up. Here is one before: It was dirty yes, but nothing a bit of scrubbing and sanding couldn't solve! I decided to ... see more >>

Create Your Own Painted Magnet Craft – DIY Date #3

lol, you may have come over here earlier and saw that this post was blank. I wrote the title and scheduled it to be published, but that was it, and I forgot to write the post! haha. oops! So here it is. This week's DIY Date, hosted by Louise at is all about giving back to those less fortunate. Kids at St. Jude Hospital. ... see more >>

Shabby Upcycled Tray How To

This is a guest post by Tanya who blogs at twelveOeight. I am so excited to be sharing some upcycle love with you today! First I would like to thank Kyle and Lisha for having me.  I am really enjoying watching the transformation of their home, and thankful for their encouragement that we can all renovate one project at a time.  ... see more >>

Will Renovate For Fun

This is a sponsored post. Kyle and I have lots of interests, but we love renovating. It is definitely one of our passions. We like to take something that is ugly and make it pretty. We like to take things that are broken and make them work again. We like to make things more functional, more beautiful, and more logical. We like to do ... see more >>

Sprucing Up Wine Bottles – Washi Tape DIY Date

Okay, so I'll admit it upfront. I didn't use wine bottles. I really spruced up some mini Martinelli bottles, but you can get the same effect with wine bottles. Here's what I did. First I drank 3 mini martinelli's (over the span of a few days, of course, I'm not an apple cider-holic): Took off the labels and the paper and glue ... see more >>

DeWalt power tools – operational safety tips

This is a guest post by Abbas at Power Tool World. DeWalt is a globally respected brand in the invention and production of power tools used widely in manufacturing, woodworking and construction industries. Since the invention of the radial arm saw in 1936 by Raymond E. DeWalt, the company has developed extensively having more than ... see more >>