Super QT On the Hill shows you how to make them. These might almost make washing dishes fun (almost).
One Cheap B*tch uses that idea but painted the suitcases a uniform color. I think the results look stunning. I have the perfect place in my living room (once the dog bed goes in my son's room when he's off to college in the fall) for this. And I will use the suitcases to store out of season clothes! Good looking and practical. Nice job!
Tatertots and Jello made this adorable ruffled pillow. I like it because its very big and very ruffley and makes such a statement. And look at that gorgeous bed! She has a great tutorial showing how to make the pillow. Oh and by the way - she used an old bedskirt to make it!
The Speckled Dog (love the blogs looks and content!) updated this paper towel holder with paint and a funky knob and completely transformed it. I think it looks great and adds a design punch to a utilitarian object. See you can decorate anything - even a paper towel holder!
Craving Some Creativity shows you how to make one for about $5. I'm seriously looking to see where I can put one in my condo because I want to make this!
The Crafty Clique made this fun coffee table. I really love the numbers.
Stories by Mel shows you how to make it and add scrapbook paper to the backs of the pictures to finish them. What a fun technique.
I hope you enjoyed this weeks Fab Friday Favorites!