Friday, February 26, 2010

Free(ish) Fridays!

You don't need to break the bank when you're redecorating your space. And every Friday, we're going to prove it. You have all weekend to take advantage of these easy and inexpensive projects and then you can procrastinate getting back into your workday routines by sending us pictures of what you've done. Ahem. Hint, hint.

Download these PDFs from kind over matter and frame them for your kid's room or family room. Maybe a shower or bday gift? I don't know, you tell me. I love them though and I'm going to print them all off and put them in my daughter's room. It's in desperate need of personality, she loves animals and I have big plans for her to become literate. So, win-win!

If you have a window that needs a little privacy but you don't want to lose the light, this DIY idea is for you. If you're confident in your artistic abilities, you can use a paint pen and draw right on the glass. Otherwise you can use contact paper. This idea is courtesy of Design*Sponge. Click here to get the full instructions.

Maybe you can't afford that large scale art piece that you dream of *yet* but that doesn't mean that you should have an empty, lonely wall. Click here to see how Canadian House and Home says you can turn your photos into art using a painted corkboard and your black and white pics.

I love wallpaper. There are a million things you can do with wallpaper without making your house look like your Grandmother's house. Or like a house on Coronation Street. All the houses on that show are covered in wallpaper! Anyway, a little can go a long way and wallpaper remnants are much more affordable than papering a whole room (or house!).

Easy and cheap ideas: told you so!

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