Not sure what to get for a gift? SO cute! These personalized wood gift card holders can be made with a scroll saw and my FREE downloadable template! When you don't know precisely what to get someone or they prefer to get their own gift, you can still inspire their spending with a custom gift card design and make it yourself. #giftcard #diy #scrollsaw #woodworking #christmas #giftideas #coworkergifts #giftsforher #giftsforhim #giftsforparents
This boho-inspired hanging advent calendar can be whipped up in less than a day! Countdown to Christmas with this easy project you can make from scrap wood and materials found around the home. #adventcalendar #diy #boho #mountains #christmastree #christmascountdown #scrapwood #woodstain #hangingcalendar
Check out this wreath hack by using dollar store laundry baskets. A quick and easy way to make a wreath for Fall, Winter, Spring or Summer. This DIY wreath hack idea is a great way to decorate your home on a budget. #hometalk
DIY glitter and confetti white concrete sets - made 3 ways with inexpensive ingredients that are easy to find at your local craft store. Get the full how-to and make in an afternoon - excellent kids craft too #whiteconcrete #diycoasters #glitter #confetti #newyears #partydecoration #hostessgift #neighborgift
SO EASY! These white concrete place card holders can be whipped up for a holiday dinner in no time! They can also make great settings for weddings and use an inexpensive supply list that can be picked up at craft and home improvement stores. Get the details for the DIY. #concrete #pinecone #holidaytable #tabledecorating #christmas #christmasDIY #placecardholders #tablesetting #namecardholder #christmastable #cement
Give your boring builder grade stairs an easy update with this cheap stair upgrade idea. Quick and easy stair makeover idea to decorate on a budget. #hometalk
This is just a fun, quick update… but you should watch the video to see a sneak peek of what I’m posting about tomorrow! 😉 As we continue to do some polishing and demo on the vintage camper project (new posts coming soon!), we’ve noticed that occasionally, someone else in the storage lot where Ruby ... Read More about Ruby’s Revival: Getting Noticed with Custom Decals The post Ruby’s Revival: Getting Noticed with Custom Decals appeared first on Ugly Duckling House
We’ve got some news, friends! You’re reading the title right, and no, this is not a drill! This fall, we’ll be welcoming a new member to the UDH crew. And this time, they (presumably) won’t have any fur. 😉 I’ve had a little time to type out this post, so I thought I’d start with ... Read More about Whoa, Baby! The post Whoa, Baby! appeared first on Ugly Duckling House.
This “glowing” butterfly cross stitch pattern is a nice pick-me-up pattern to complete! Every month, I’m sharing new cross stitch patterns created by me. I’ve been wanting to do a butterfly one for a bit, and have actually accumulated a number of images to turn into a series for my Etsy shop, but I thought ... Read More about Glowing Butterfly | Free Cross Stitch Pattern The post Glowing Butterfly | Free Cross Stitch Pattern appeared first on Ugly Duckling House.
I thought I’d share my favorite nerdy tip for picking paint that saves me loads of time and ends the paint sampling cycle! A secret paint “hack” — every blogger or designer on Instagram seems to have at least one. I’ve spent years thinking I’ve gleaned some good tips, but never thought I’d have a ... Read More about My “Best Kept Secret” for Picking Paint Colors The post My “Best Kept Secret” for Picking Paint Colors appeared first on
Trying to design a not-too-cutesy nursery was a tricky challenge for me; but in this post, I share some of my thoughts of a gender-neutral design that I think can grow with my kiddo and lend itself to colorful additions over time! Gender Neutral (& Hopefully Somewhat Sophisticated) Nursery Ever since I learned I was ... Read More about Gender-Neutral Nursery Design The post Gender-Neutral Nursery Design appeared first on Ugly Duckling House.
Every month, I’m sharing new cross stitch patterns! For this month’s feature, I created a “camping under the stars” design — something that would look great when used with a dark fabric. I don’t know if it’s summer, pregnancy, quarantine, or all of the above, but lately, the days blur together so much! I’ll be ... Read More about Starlight Camping | Free Cross Stitch Pattern The post Starlight Camping | Free Cross Stitch Pattern appeared first on U