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How to Remove Stickers and Labels (from anything!)

How to Remove Stickers and Labels (from anything!)

The first step with upcycling any project is to remove the labels. Sadly, this can also be the most frustrating! Here are my three top tips to remove those pesky labels -- and believe me, I chose the WORST ones to show you! But -- I won the adhesive war, and so you...

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Baking Soda and Paint Cement Pots

Baking Soda and Paint Cement Pots

This is a thrift flip I've been wanting to try for a while! I'll show you a cheap way to make glass and ceramics look like stone or cement vases. It's super easy, and you don't need to stop with the paint - you can stamp on them too! Hope you enjoy! Resources below.PS...

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Baking Soda and Paint – Textured Clay

Baking Soda and Paint – Textured Clay

The hottest technique in thrift flips these days is to resurface something outdated with a "cement-like" finish. It's pretty simple really, you just mix baking soda and paint together, but I still had questions about the mechanics of this combination and how I might...

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Easy DIY Wreath Makeover

Easy DIY Wreath Makeover

I can't stand a naked door! Porch appeal is something I am passionate about, and the basics begin with a door wreath. Door wreaths are welcoming but they can cost a small fortune. Have no fear, my boujie on a budget idea will speak to your wallet. After you see how...

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How to Remove Stickers and Labels (from anything!)

How to Remove Stickers and Labels (from anything!)

The first step with upcycling any project is to remove the labels. Sadly, this can also be the most frustrating! Here are my three top tips to remove those pesky labels -- and believe me, I chose the WORST ones to show you! But -- I won the adhesive war, and so you...

read more
Baking Soda and Paint Cement Pots

Baking Soda and Paint Cement Pots

This is a thrift flip I've been wanting to try for a while! I'll show you a cheap way to make glass and ceramics look like stone or cement vases. It's super easy, and you don't need to stop with the paint - you can stamp on them too! Hope you enjoy! Resources below.PS...

read more
Baking Soda and Paint – Textured Clay

Baking Soda and Paint – Textured Clay

The hottest technique in thrift flips these days is to resurface something outdated with a "cement-like" finish. It's pretty simple really, you just mix baking soda and paint together, but I still had questions about the mechanics of this combination and how I might...

read more

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