In just a few minutes, the thrift store footstool was transformed into a fluffy fur pouf that was pretty similar to Pottery Barn’s Mongolian faux fur stool (which retails for $319 plus tax).
For less than $20 in fabric and upholstery tacks — and about 30 minutes of sewing, cutting and hammering — she had what looked like a brand-new ottoman.
From using stickers and hot-gluing wooden letters to various ways to transfer words you print out, here are my top methods for DIY signs and canvases.
Our hutch was great, but there was all this wasted space between the top of the hutch and the ceiling. I just wanted to … I don’t know, stretch it up!