Diana did an awesome job on her own version of Pottery Barn’s flower lamp!
You can make this lamp by drilling a hole large enough to fit the lamp cord through the saucer and cup and glue them together, it’s quite simple!
Lauren saved herself a whopping $1,575 by making this beautiful Restoration Hardware Rope Chandelier on her own.
Cassity saved a whopping $148 by making this elegant Dish Lamp she saw from Anthropologie on her own!
It’s a double inspired Rope Chandelier from West Elm and Pottery Barn, and it’s looking totally awesome!
With a savings of $2,714.00 (not including shipping) the creative mind of Nellie Bellie made this pipe lamp.
I am totally in love with this Pottery Barn inspired ladder lantern hanger. In fact, I’d love for Beth …
Love those awesome letters used on so many marquees, whether it be the state or county fair or the local …
Make Starbucks Cranberry Bliss bars with this recipe adapted by Grin and Bake it.
Use fabric stiffener to make a pretty pendant light with this tutorial from Made by Girl.
Refashion a top or sweater into a pretty lace cardigan with this tutorial from twobutterflies.
Use thrift store teapots, teacups and saucers to make this pretty Anthropologie inspired table lamp.