Make your own Coastal Anchor Welcome Sign in minutes! Start with an old plaque and a wood craft anchor to have a beach themed sign to greet your guests. . . .
Changing the look of a piece of furniture can be as easy as using a stencil. This stenciled coastal side table fits in well with my other coastal sun room decor. . . .
Want a simple way to dress up your table this summer? These coastal bud vases only take about 30 minutes to make and the best part is that they started out as simple items from the dollar store! . . .
Turn a thrift store find into a coastal decor piece using shells and beads. This shadow box wasn't my style at all, but that didn't stop me from bringing it home and giving it a makeover. . . .
Using nail polish to create a marbled paint look is something I've wanted to try for a while to see how it works. I found a few candle holders in my stash that were good choices to try it out on. Marbled candle holders using nail polish were easy to make. . . .
Finding items at a thrift store that just need simple makeovers to fit in with my decor is something I love to do! This tray got a coastal makeover and is both useful and pretty. Home decor accent pieces don't have to be expensive to look great! . . .
Using a starfish stamp to dress up a set of plain napkins and coasters is a great way to add a coastal look to your tablescapes. Making a set of starfish stamped napkins and cork coasters is quick and easy. . . .
Make a set of coastal wall decor pieces using dollar store finds. Don't you love finding items at a dollar store that you know just need a bit of a makeover to work with your decor? These decorative boxes weren't my style, but with some paint and coastal elements, they fit right in. . . .
I love finding easy ways to add coastal decor to our home. It's even better when the decor piece can be made inexpensively. This Home Sign Makeover for Coastal Decor was a clearance rack find that just needed some paint and flourishes to match our coastal decor. . . .
You know those projects that seem like they will be great ideas and you're excited to try to create them? That's how I felt about making a coastal cork trivet using a wood burning tool. However, once I got started, I soon realized that this project was more difficult than I thought it would be. . . .