TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS # 8

Since I have started TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS I guess I am extra aware of all the creative DYI”S in bloggland. Not only that, but great tips and tidbits too! 
Just today I learned how to transfer a beautiful french motif onto a painted surface, got helpful tips for making a centerpiece and found many fun tidbits along the way!
I am finding so many easy, well written Tutorials for all kinds of interesting projects… big and small!
And I have been inviting everyone to join me and show off what they have been doing! If you haven’t gotten a personal invitation from me… this is it! Join in!!!!
I wish I could show you every entry from last week.. like Show-And-Tell… they were more than fabulous!!! Since, I can’t, here are a few features…

Isn’t this table full of SWEET LAVENDER breathtaking? Poppy at WITH A DASH OF COLOR shows us how to make some heavenly scented projects!
Patricia, and her daughter, at BUTTER YUM taught us how to make scrumptious homemade GNOCCHI.
There is something so satisfying about making homemade pasta! Doesn’t that photo tell a story!
This Tutorial from Jennifer at TOWN AND COUNTRY LIVING is particularly helpful to me…  I have 4 stools tops that need some pretty  graphics. Her very detailed Tutorial HOW TO TRANSFER GRAPHICS WITH MOD PODGE is so easy to understand! Wait till you see the inside of the box!

Let’s look at another IMAGE TRANSFER PROJECT from Kristen’s at SOPHIA’S LIVE BEAUTIFULLY!  Thanks so much for introducing me to TAP paper! Check out these great transfers on fabric!

Look at this handsome front door! Julie at THE FAMILY CEO joined TTT with this QUICK AND EASY FRONT DOOR MAKEOVER

I love love love sea grass lamp shades… but they can be quite pricey! Tammy from A WALK IN THE COUNTRYSIDE  made this fabulous BALLARD KNOCK OFF SEAGRASS LAMPSHADE from a placemat!!!!! You will see this lampshade in my home very soon!

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If you run over to THE OPULENT COTTAGE you can see more images of this stunning FREECYCLE ARMOIRE. It was a tv cabinet in it’s former life… and look at it now!

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Paula from SWEET PEA gives us very helpful tips about how to REFRESH YOUR GROUT. This post is a real keeper! Just wait till you see her grout before and after!

And here is my tutorial this week… MAKING SCENTED DRAWER LINER. It looks so pretty and smells even better… my drawer liners smells like vanilla!

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Comments

  1. says

    I’m really looking forward to these image transfer tutorials! They will be so useful for all the fall decorating I have in mind. Thank you for the feature, Yvonne! I hope everyone has signed up for Freecycle and is finding treasures of their own!
    xo, Andrea

  2. says

    How wonderful! I’m so excited to link up to this terrific party this week, sweet lady! I have a Before and After laundry room reveal. Your features are great..loving the gnocchis tutorial, I love them! Have a nice evening Ivonne.
    FABBY

  3. says

    The white sink is in the laundry room, for the “hand wash” and this is where I keep my potatoes, onions and some fruit. Our laundry room is right in back of the our kitchen! Thank you for your wonderful comments dear Ivonne!
    FABBY

  4. says

    Yvonne I am so excited to peruse these tutorials because I see several I want to replicate!! Thank you so much for this great ( and very helpful) series!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena
    2012 Artists Series

  5. says

    Hi Yvonne, thank you so much for featuring my lavender crafts with the other delightful features:) It is so much fun to participate in your inspiring new series. Hope you are having a wonderful week:)Hugs,Poppy

  6. says

    You ladies are really rockin’ it with your tips and tutorials!!! I’ve learned a lot! LOVE that door makeover!!! It looks so fresh! The armoire painted that barn door red is cool, too!!! I have to admit, though, that when I saw the gnocchi, my mind immediately went to “Godfather, Part III” when Andy Garcia and Sofia Coppola’s characters were making it. Yowza!!!!! ;-)

  7. says

    I checked out lots of these tutorials but I have to say yours are very easy to follow and complete. Thanks so much for sharing these great bloggers with all of us.

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