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18.01.2015
The steel plates come in 6 foot lengths at The Home Depot, which happened to be exactly the length we needed. I can’t tell you how good it feels to get finished with a project that you’ve put your heart and soul into for months! The rollers and track were fairly easy to install and I made sure to secure the red mahogany-stained pine brace to the wall studs perfectly so that it could support the weight of the barn door and track. This project makes a huge impact on our space, creating incredibly beautiful and functional Art! I do have a question for you, but first let me say that I am self-employed and make beautiful things for the interior design field. The first door I hastily put together was not finished, but I took it over to the furniture store, and left it with them so as to get some feedback. So cool that you are a creator of beautiful things for the interior design field, my major in college, btw… I could see how your creative process could quickly turn into life-numbing work after doing the same thing over and over.
The steel being used in your door should definitely keep the wood in check, brilliant solution + who doesn’t love the aesthetic achieved from mixing wood with steel?! I went to another favorite spot…Architectural Salvage and I found these fabulous old railings. We were lucky that the railings fit into the miter saw to give us a nice clean and even cut. Absolutely love it–especially the top,, and the fact that you can see the cross beams. I just saw your desk on Knock-off Decor and had to visit and tell you your desk is soooooo much better than the original!! It’s hard to believe it’s already time to start decorating for Trick or Treat night! Quick question: Did you have any trouble with the duct tape taking off the finish of your door? Easter is around the corner and Easter is not complete at all without Easter egg decorations.
You can also make DIY Easter wreaths by simply wrapping Easter egg shells into different print cloths. You can also use ribbons in combination with other decoration items like beads and buttons. Collect some egg shells from your kitchen and make cute small egg vases from these egg shells. This entry was posted on February 22, 2015, in Living and life style and tagged DIY Easter Crafts, DIY Easter eggs, Easter decorations, Easter eggs decor, Easter ornaments.


Here's an idea for an easy handmade baby gift that is both original creative!Would you like to make one? This project was so easy to make, using some cardboard scraps (actually, left overs from the cardboard castle!), paint the hot glue gun. I’ve always wanted an interior sliding barn door, but I never had the perfect and functional spot for one until we moved. The other materials were hard to come by, making this project take much longer than it should have, but worth the wait. I am extremely proud of my thriftiness on this project since barn doors and hardware online can easily reach into the thousands! The most time-consuming part of this project was taking the pallets apart, but two hammers and some elbow grease are all that’s needed. Barn doors can get extremely expensive, but if you’re thrifty and take your time finding the hardware, it becomes an extremely affordable project! Might I suggest doing small side projects for yourself, friends, or to sell on Etsy so that your passion stays alive?
In the case of your barn door, as long as you biscuit join each piece to the next & add a couple full length supports on the back, warp should be near non-existent.
The railings are 4 inches wide…which provides enough stability on their own for the heavy barn door top. Like others I was wondering how you were going to make the back side work as the top–the glass is a great solution.
My hope is that when you leave here you are inspired to go forth and be clever in your own home. Here are a few fun Halloween door ideas I came up with using duct tape, paper plates and crepe paper.
When she's not working on Living Locurto, she's busy designing Printable Party Supplies and working on I Heart Faces, her photography blog. Find Amy on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and Instagram.
Make a beautiful box of Easter eggs with the help of ribbons and beads as shown in picture below. Use real egg shells and or plastic eggs and paste some cute colorful buttons to decorate eggs. I found some old Cannon Ball Starline rollers on eBay for ridiculously cheap and scoured my town for a track to house the rollers, eventually finding just what I needed at PRO Build.
I also had to buy a piece of 1 x 6 pine to attach the track brackets to and of course bolts to screw the pine into the wall’s studs. I joined biscuits and used wood glue throughout and also randomly nailed to give it a well-loved look.


The door looked a little lonely, so I found an antique four pane window on eBay and printed a picturesque mountain plains view to place inside, giving an expansive feeling when in reality it’s just a wall behind the window… so nice to have a mountain view here in Florida! I just finished decorating my apartment for Halloween this weekend, and I’m going the spooky route rather than the cute pumpkin route. Though in the market readymade decorated eggs are also available but if you really want to enjoy your Easter in 2015 just try to decorate Easter eggs with your own hand just follow out DIY Easter egg decoration ideas 2015. Along with buttons you could also paste some beads with hot glue on plastic eggs or real egg shells. Now fill egg shells with water and place some flowers or floral grass from your garden in these egg vases. I wanted the wood of the barn door to look authentically aged so I oxidized it, well, my oxidizing specialist aka my adorable 5 year-old little guy, oxidized it & he did an amazing job!
Maybe you could make a decorative wood frame or simply keep it frameless & paint the whole doorway frame the same color as the wall? There is room for framework, but mine does not have it since I wanted to keep it as light as possible in case my little monkeys, er kids, decided to hang from it, lol! Oh…and I had originally thought to use the front of the door for the top…my friend Brittany said she like the character of the back of the door…so I tried that first and loved it.
We lifted the door on top and re-measured…making sure they door was in the center in comparison to the legs.
Use these button Easter eggs to decorate dining table, or hang them to add Easter magic to your home.
So I did what most good wives do…I left it where it was and called in my honey to pick it up on his way home from work. Paste the glue on only that part where you are wrapping yarn currently and then go like this. When all was said and done the materials were about $96 and the finished project is worth every penny! If you happen to go there…all the old wood and trim is on the 3rd floor…they are happy to show you where it is…the place is large!




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