S.O. Interior
Because the people who are crazy enough
to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.
S.O. Interior
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DIY sewing table gone lush vanity. Once again I found a repairable piece of furniture sitting by the side of the road; waiting for the dump truck to arrive. Of course I couldn’t let this beautiful piece go to waste. It had so much potential. Therefore, I took it in, coated it in black paint, spritzed it with glitter and silver spray paint, and upholstered the stool’s seat cushion. This old and worn down sewing table has been revamped and refurbished into a new and improved vanity that I can’t wait to use.
DIY sewing table gone lush vanity. Once again I found a repairable piece of furniture sitting by the side of the road; waiting for the dump truck to arrive. Of course I couldn’t let this beautiful piece go to waste. It had so much potential. Therefore, I took it in, coated it in black paint, spritzed it with glitter and silver spray paint, and upholstered the stool’s seat cushion. This old and worn down sewing table has been revamped and refurbished into a new and improved vanity that I can’t wait to use.
DIY sewing table gone lush vanity. Once again I found a repairable piece of furniture sitting by the side of the road; waiting for the dump truck to arrive. Of course I couldn’t let this beautiful piece go to waste. It had so much potential. Therefore, I took it in, coated it in black paint, spritzed it with glitter and silver spray paint, and upholstered the stool’s seat cushion. This old and worn down sewing table has been revamped and refurbished into a new and improved vanity that I can’t wait to use.
DIY sewing table gone lush vanity. Once again I found a repairable piece of furniture sitting by the side of the road; waiting for the dump truck to arrive. Of course I couldn’t let this beautiful piece go to waste. It had so much potential. Therefore, I took it in, coated it in black paint, spritzed it with glitter and silver spray paint, and upholstered the stool’s seat cushion. This old and worn down sewing table has been revamped and refurbished into a new and improved vanity that I can’t wait to use.
DIY sewing table gone lush vanity. Once again I found a repairable piece of furniture sitting by the side of the road; waiting for the dump truck to arrive. Of course I couldn’t let this beautiful piece go to waste. It had so much potential. Therefore, I took it in, coated it in black paint, spritzed it with glitter and silver spray paint, and upholstered the stool’s seat cushion. This old and worn down sewing table has been revamped and refurbished into a new and improved vanity that I can’t wait to use.
DIY sewing table gone lush vanity. Once again I found a repairable piece of furniture sitting by the side of the road; waiting for the dump truck to arrive. Of course I couldn’t let this beautiful piece go to waste. It had so much potential. Therefore, I took it in, coated it in black paint, spritzed it with glitter and silver spray paint, and upholstered the stool’s seat cushion. This old and worn down sewing table has been revamped and refurbished into a new and improved vanity that I can’t wait to use.
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Modern vintage. I would like to trademark my style as a modern twist on vintage pieces. I enjoy giving new and creative twists to my crafts and my artwork. Just like my dresser, I refurbished earlier this year, I repainted this look-alike end table that I found at an antique store for $18.50. I added a sparkle to it with some glitter spray paint and finally, I gave the handle a fresh look with some silver spray paint. Now I have a set of furniture for my new room and they look completely identical.
Modern vintage. I would like to trademark my style as a modern twist on vintage pieces. I enjoy giving new and creative twists to my crafts and my artwork. Just like my dresser, I refurbished earlier this year, I repainted this look-alike end table that I found at an antique store for $18.50. I added a sparkle to it with some glitter spray paint and finally, I gave the handle a fresh look with some silver spray paint. Now I have a set of furniture for my new room and they look completely identical.
Modern vintage. I would like to trademark my style as a modern twist on vintage pieces. I enjoy giving new and creative twists to my crafts and my artwork. Just like my dresser, I refurbished earlier this year, I repainted this look-alike end table that I found at an antique store for $18.50. I added a sparkle to it with some glitter spray paint and finally, I gave the handle a fresh look with some silver spray paint. Now I have a set of furniture for my new room and they look completely identical.
Modern vintage. I would like to trademark my style as a modern twist on vintage pieces. I enjoy giving new and creative twists to my crafts and my artwork. Just like my dresser, I refurbished earlier this year, I repainted this look-alike end table that I found at an antique store for $18.50. I added a sparkle to it with some glitter spray paint and finally, I gave the handle a fresh look with some silver spray paint. Now I have a set of furniture for my new room and they look completely identical.
Modern vintage. I would like to trademark my style as a modern twist on vintage pieces. I enjoy giving new and creative twists to my crafts and my artwork. Just like my dresser, I refurbished earlier this year, I repainted this look-alike end table that I found at an antique store for $18.50. I added a sparkle to it with some glitter spray paint and finally, I gave the handle a fresh look with some silver spray paint. Now I have a set of furniture for my new room and they look completely identical.
Modern vintage. I would like to trademark my style as a modern twist on vintage pieces. I enjoy giving new and creative twists to my crafts and my artwork. Just like my dresser, I refurbished earlier this year, I repainted this look-alike end table that I found at an antique store for $18.50. I added a sparkle to it with some glitter spray paint and finally, I gave the handle a fresh look with some silver spray paint. Now I have a set of furniture for my new room and they look completely identical.
Some Good Advice About Design
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Q: Hi! Thanks for following :) ^followed*
Asked by thatjuly26th
There is hope for my future!
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What to do when you have an old suitcase and books? Why, make a footstool of course! All I needed was some spray paint and hot glue. Simple and easy.
What to do when you have an old suitcase and books? Why, make a footstool of course! All I needed was some spray paint and hot glue. Simple and easy.
What to do when you have an old suitcase and books? Why, make a footstool of course! All I needed was some spray paint and hot glue. Simple and easy.
What to do when you have an old suitcase and books? Why, make a footstool of course! All I needed was some spray paint and hot glue. Simple and easy.
What to do when you have an old suitcase and books? Why, make a footstool of course! All I needed was some spray paint and hot glue. Simple and easy.
What to do when you have an old suitcase and books? Why, make a footstool of course! All I needed was some spray paint and hot glue. Simple and easy.
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How to give your old t-shirts a second life.
Step 1: Choose two different colored t-shirts.
Step 2: Cut off the hem of each shirt.
Step 3: Cut two .5” strips along the bottom edge of each shirt.
Step 4: Cut holes into one of the ends on each strip.
Step 5: String the hole-free end of one piece into the hole of the other piece.
Step 6: Then string that same piece through the hole of the same piece and pull tight.
Step 7: Cross one strand over to make the shape of a 4.
Step 8: Loop back underneath the other strand and over the same strand then tighten.
Step 9: Repeat. Alternating colors every time.
Step 10: Remove the clip and string the lose ends through the loops, closing the circle.
Step 11: Knot the ends several times and cut off the excess fabric.
Step 12: Show off your new bracelet and show all your friends this easy guide to making a super cute bracelet.
How to give your old t-shirts a second life.
Step 1: Choose two different colored t-shirts.
Step 2: Cut off the hem of each shirt.
Step 3: Cut two .5” strips along the bottom edge of each shirt.
Step 4: Cut holes into one of the ends on each strip.
Step 5: String the hole-free end of one piece into the hole of the other piece.
Step 6: Then string that same piece through the hole of the same piece and pull tight.
Step 7: Cross one strand over to make the shape of a 4.
Step 8: Loop back underneath the other strand and over the same strand then tighten.
Step 9: Repeat. Alternating colors every time.
Step 10: Remove the clip and string the lose ends through the loops, closing the circle.
Step 11: Knot the ends several times and cut off the excess fabric.
Step 12: Show off your new bracelet and show all your friends this easy guide to making a super cute bracelet.
How to give your old t-shirts a second life.
Step 1: Choose two different colored t-shirts.
Step 2: Cut off the hem of each shirt.
Step 3: Cut two .5” strips along the bottom edge of each shirt.
Step 4: Cut holes into one of the ends on each strip.
Step 5: String the hole-free end of one piece into the hole of the other piece.
Step 6: Then string that same piece through the hole of the same piece and pull tight.
Step 7: Cross one strand over to make the shape of a 4.
Step 8: Loop back underneath the other strand and over the same strand then tighten.
Step 9: Repeat. Alternating colors every time.
Step 10: Remove the clip and string the lose ends through the loops, closing the circle.
Step 11: Knot the ends several times and cut off the excess fabric.
Step 12: Show off your new bracelet and show all your friends this easy guide to making a super cute bracelet.
How to give your old t-shirts a second life.
Step 1: Choose two different colored t-shirts.
Step 2: Cut off the hem of each shirt.
Step 3: Cut two .5” strips along the bottom edge of each shirt.
Step 4: Cut holes into one of the ends on each strip.
Step 5: String the hole-free end of one piece into the hole of the other piece.
Step 6: Then string that same piece through the hole of the same piece and pull tight.
Step 7: Cross one strand over to make the shape of a 4.
Step 8: Loop back underneath the other strand and over the same strand then tighten.
Step 9: Repeat. Alternating colors every time.
Step 10: Remove the clip and string the lose ends through the loops, closing the circle.
Step 11: Knot the ends several times and cut off the excess fabric.
Step 12: Show off your new bracelet and show all your friends this easy guide to making a super cute bracelet.
How to give your old t-shirts a second life.
Step 1: Choose two different colored t-shirts.
Step 2: Cut off the hem of each shirt.
Step 3: Cut two .5” strips along the bottom edge of each shirt.
Step 4: Cut holes into one of the ends on each strip.
Step 5: String the hole-free end of one piece into the hole of the other piece.
Step 6: Then string that same piece through the hole of the same piece and pull tight.
Step 7: Cross one strand over to make the shape of a 4.
Step 8: Loop back underneath the other strand and over the same strand then tighten.
Step 9: Repeat. Alternating colors every time.
Step 10: Remove the clip and string the lose ends through the loops, closing the circle.
Step 11: Knot the ends several times and cut off the excess fabric.
Step 12: Show off your new bracelet and show all your friends this easy guide to making a super cute bracelet.
How to give your old t-shirts a second life.
Step 1: Choose two different colored t-shirts.
Step 2: Cut off the hem of each shirt.
Step 3: Cut two .5” strips along the bottom edge of each shirt.
Step 4: Cut holes into one of the ends on each strip.
Step 5: String the hole-free end of one piece into the hole of the other piece.
Step 6: Then string that same piece through the hole of the same piece and pull tight.
Step 7: Cross one strand over to make the shape of a 4.
Step 8: Loop back underneath the other strand and over the same strand then tighten.
Step 9: Repeat. Alternating colors every time.
Step 10: Remove the clip and string the lose ends through the loops, closing the circle.
Step 11: Knot the ends several times and cut off the excess fabric.
Step 12: Show off your new bracelet and show all your friends this easy guide to making a super cute bracelet.
How to give your old t-shirts a second life.
Step 1: Choose two different colored t-shirts.
Step 2: Cut off the hem of each shirt.
Step 3: Cut two .5” strips along the bottom edge of each shirt.
Step 4: Cut holes into one of the ends on each strip.
Step 5: String the hole-free end of one piece into the hole of the other piece.
Step 6: Then string that same piece through the hole of the same piece and pull tight.
Step 7: Cross one strand over to make the shape of a 4.
Step 8: Loop back underneath the other strand and over the same strand then tighten.
Step 9: Repeat. Alternating colors every time.
Step 10: Remove the clip and string the lose ends through the loops, closing the circle.
Step 11: Knot the ends several times and cut off the excess fabric.
Step 12: Show off your new bracelet and show all your friends this easy guide to making a super cute bracelet.
How to give your old t-shirts a second life.
Step 1: Choose two different colored t-shirts.
Step 2: Cut off the hem of each shirt.
Step 3: Cut two .5” strips along the bottom edge of each shirt.
Step 4: Cut holes into one of the ends on each strip.
Step 5: String the hole-free end of one piece into the hole of the other piece.
Step 6: Then string that same piece through the hole of the same piece and pull tight.
Step 7: Cross one strand over to make the shape of a 4.
Step 8: Loop back underneath the other strand and over the same strand then tighten.
Step 9: Repeat. Alternating colors every time.
Step 10: Remove the clip and string the lose ends through the loops, closing the circle.
Step 11: Knot the ends several times and cut off the excess fabric.
Step 12: Show off your new bracelet and show all your friends this easy guide to making a super cute bracelet.
How to give your old t-shirts a second life.
Step 1: Choose two different colored t-shirts.
Step 2: Cut off the hem of each shirt.
Step 3: Cut two .5” strips along the bottom edge of each shirt.
Step 4: Cut holes into one of the ends on each strip.
Step 5: String the hole-free end of one piece into the hole of the other piece.
Step 6: Then string that same piece through the hole of the same piece and pull tight.
Step 7: Cross one strand over to make the shape of a 4.
Step 8: Loop back underneath the other strand and over the same strand then tighten.
Step 9: Repeat. Alternating colors every time.
Step 10: Remove the clip and string the lose ends through the loops, closing the circle.
Step 11: Knot the ends several times and cut off the excess fabric.
Step 12: Show off your new bracelet and show all your friends this easy guide to making a super cute bracelet.
How to give your old t-shirts a second life.
Step 1: Choose two different colored t-shirts.
Step 2: Cut off the hem of each shirt.
Step 3: Cut two .5” strips along the bottom edge of each shirt.
Step 4: Cut holes into one of the ends on each strip.
Step 5: String the hole-free end of one piece into the hole of the other piece.
Step 6: Then string that same piece through the hole of the same piece and pull tight.
Step 7: Cross one strand over to make the shape of a 4.
Step 8: Loop back underneath the other strand and over the same strand then tighten.
Step 9: Repeat. Alternating colors every time.
Step 10: Remove the clip and string the lose ends through the loops, closing the circle.
Step 11: Knot the ends several times and cut off the excess fabric.
Step 12: Show off your new bracelet and show all your friends this easy guide to making a super cute bracelet.
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"It’s art if can’t be explained. It’s fashion if no one asks for an explanation. It’s design if it doesn’t need explanation. -Wouter Stokkel"
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Q: i was wondering if you could post how to make those cute bracelets out of t-shirts. i'd love to give it a try.
Asked by whenheartsspeak
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