I didn't want the entire bunny covered with the transfer, so I just added it to the bottom & up one side.
I gave the bunny a wiggly eye, & a pretty ribbon & tied it in a bow around the bunny's neck.
Have you been saving your Oui yogurt jars waiting for the perfect project? Me too!
Well, look no further for a project to use them in. These Spring candles are quick & easy, & so much fun to make.
Take off the labels & run them through the dishwasher. Then pick out a pretty patterned napkin to decoupage to the outside of the jar. I chose a Spring/Summer pattern, but this project would be great for any season or holiday.Separate the layers of the napkin so you are only left with the top layer with the pattern. If you skip this step the napkin won't adhere properly.
While the wax is melting in the microwave, place the wick in the jar, then thread the wick into the chopsticks and position the wick to the center of the jar.Stir the wax to help melt any lumps of unmelted wax.
When my friend, Debbie, & her husband purchased a farm, this bench was left behind...Although neglected & abandoned, Debbie wanted to save it & incorporate it somewhere in the new house they were building.
Timing is everything!
I was doing a couple of painting projects for a friend, & she offered to give me a desk. It just so happened that she delivered it when my son & daughter in law were visiting. They just so happened to be looking for a desk. So, the timing couldn't have been more perfect.
But, the desk needed a little love...
I chose the color, Anchor.
Once I had painted the desk with Anchor, I added stripes of gold gilding wax to the front of the desk. I added painters tape & then rubbed the wax on with my finger.
I also rubbed the gilding wax on the metal hardware.