shared a game plan to give our old bathroom a refresh to hold us over until it gets a complete renovation. I've already begun making a few changes and purchasing a few things. A few weeks ago, I was really thinking about how much I disliked (read: hated) the linoleum floor and if I could change anything about it. My wheels got to turning and I googled "How to remove linoleum" and like they say...the rest is history. Well, not quite. I haven't removed all of the linoleum yet. But I do want to check in with a little progress report to share how much the bathroom has changed just from removing flooring that you hate!
Well, back to work! I have more linoleum to scrape off, walls to paint, fixtures to change and rugs to shop for! Have you ever removed linoleum?!
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Copper & Thread Necklace DIY
* This DIY was inspired by Style Bee
Materials: Copper Tube, Embroidery Thread, Leather Cord, Wooden Beads, Scissors
Process: Slide your embroidery thread through the copper tube. Pull a 2 inch piece of thread from the skein of thread and cut. Fold the embroidery thread in half over the tube and tie in place. Cut through the bottom loops and trim off excess thread to make it even. Thread the leather cord though the tube and add a wooden bead. Tie a knot right over the bead. At the end, tie a knot so the necklace can simply slip over your head!
I can't wait until the next DIY night! Would you ever throw or attend a DIY night?!
Glitter Guide for the full tutorial.