Karina Hauberg

Karina Hauberg

Karina Hauberg
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DIY pallet swing: pallets, 2 x 4 lumber (we used three 8-foot pieces), drill, screws, saw, measuring tape, rope & mattress or cushion (shown w/a standard twin mattress) 2 vinyl zippered mattress covers

DIY pallet swing: pallets, 2 x 4 lumber (we used three 8-foot pieces), drill, screws, saw, measuring tape, rope & mattress or cushion (shown w/a standard twin mattress) 2 vinyl zippered mattress covers

Easy but cool

Easy but cool

Сохранённые фотографии Танюшки | 1 444 фотографии

Сохранённые фотографии Танюшки | 1 444 фотографии

Weekend Project: Make a Wooden Chair from One Board (for $8!)

Weekend Project: Make a Wooden Chair from One Board (for $8!)

making wooden chairs for outside | Ana White | Build a Simple Outdoor Lounge Chair | Free and Easy DIY ...

making wooden chairs for outside | Ana White | Build a Simple Outdoor Lounge Chair | Free and Easy DIY ...

DIY - STEP BY STEP - How To Build A Patio Lounge Chair... EASY $50 Dollar Project!

DIY - STEP BY STEP - How To Build A Patio Lounge Chair... EASY $50 Dollar Project!

Arched Reclaimed Driftwood Mirror Sconce with shelf great Gift idea | eBay

Arched Reclaimed Driftwood Mirror Sconce with shelf great Gift idea | eBay

62 CM UPCYCLED RUSTIC PALLET WOOD FLOATING SHELF SHELVING SCONCE in Home, Furniture & DIY, Furniture, Bookcases, Shelving & Storage | eBay

62 CM UPCYCLED RUSTIC PALLET WOOD FLOATING SHELF SHELVING SCONCE in Home, Furniture & DIY, Furniture, Bookcases, Shelving & Storage | eBay

Mason jar lanterns #2

Mason jar lanterns #2

To make these gorgeous DIY Marble Mugs, all you need to do is pour nail polish into a container of warm water and dip your mug inside to create this cool design. It takes a little practice (and patience) to get the technique down but it’s well worth the effort.

To make these gorgeous DIY Marble Mugs, all you need to do is pour nail polish into a container of warm water and dip your mug inside to create this cool design. It takes a little practice (and patience) to get the technique down but it’s well worth the effort.