Monday, August 29, 2011

Redefine our the DePhillips!

Refreshing current decor, re-purposing and bringing new life to your home.  Here is what we have currently done for a home in South Bossier

Painted Metallic Horizontal stripes on Dinning wall.  Starburst mirror and new buffet lamps.


Plank board sign

New lamps for Living area - adding color to a mostly dark room

Burlap magnet board

Painted monogram over master tub. 
The custom shutter was built by the hme owner John DePhillips who also has a Cabinet/Custom woodworking business.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Holiday Line is Here

Below are samples.  All frames are made to order so feel free to mix up the colors when you order.

All Frames in the Holiday Collection are small 5x7.
Frame with Bow and center piece $55
Dot Frame $49

Frame with bow and center piece:  $55

Cross Center

Crown Center

16x20 magnet boards - perfect for holiday cards you receive

Metallic Gold with green bow:  $55

Metallic Gold with Metallic Silver Dot:  $49

Stripe with bow:  $59

Dot with bow:  $59

Stocking Hangers $38 a piece.

Holiday Line can be ordered from my website or feel free to e-mail me your order
Limited number of each available due to all ribbon being pre-ordered.
Please see dealine order dates on my website.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Still working on my Master

This is one of my never ending projects - My bedroom!!
I did make my version of the sunburst mirror this week, not sure where I will put it yet.  I will post how to instructions at a later date.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Shipping Pallet Table

 Thank you again Pinterest for my Pallet Project inspiration.  I have more pallet projects coming soon.
I don't have step by step pictures but here are the steps:
1.  Two pallets similar size, sand them down and clean up.
2.  screw them together
3.  Add casters (I am prob. going to change the casters on mine to some with a break)
4.  Dry brush color
4.  I chose to paint the french motif on the top - I downloaded my graphic from The Graphic Fairy
5.  Antique with glaze and stain


Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Vintage Suit Case Chair

Check out the other Pinterest Challenge Participants at Young House Love
Making a house a home and Bower Power

I DID IT!  My version of the Suitcase Chair.  Thank you Pinterest for the inspiration!!

This was a figure it out as I go project.  A little tricky, very time consuming but so FUN.

Cut a piece of MDF and glued to bottom of suitcase.  This gave more stability to my legs.

Legs screwed in.

My suitcase opened all the way up so I had to suport the back at an angle.  I used a metal piece I purchased from home depot and covered in burlap.  There are probably many ways to do this and I am not sure if this is the best, but it worked.

Edited:  Added picture of metal before I covered it.

Two pieces of foam covered in batting and then my fabric for the seat.  For my fabric I purchased a canvas painters tarp at home depot for $4.00

Glued a piece of MDF to the bottom of my cusion (after I tufted with covered buttons).  I am no expert at tufting I just googled it to figure it out. 

My suitcase already had the gold metal pieces so it made it a perfect spot to sit the MDF board that my cushion was glued to.

Top cusion was one piece of foam wrapped in batting (I used twine to keep my fabric tight on the back). 

So here it is at this stage.

Added fabric to form a large flower on the back.

Painted and glazed the legs.

 There it is!