Goooood morning and happy Friday. So I’ll be honest right now–it’s been a rocky week over here. Yet again my kiddos have been battling the crud and all three of them have been sick in the last week. I don’t know what’s going on lately, but we just can’t seem to go more than a week or two without someone getting sick. Poor little things, I feel so bad for them. And on top of that I’ve just been feeling like I’m in a bit of a funk this week. It’s probably a lack of sleep more than anything, but I’ve just felt kinda blah the past couple days. Do you ever have weeks like that? It’s not really anything serious, but I do feel sort of stuck in a few areas of my life and I guess it’s been weighing on me lately. Anyway, I’m hoping God gives me some clarity soon. And in the meantime let’s chat about DIY projects, mmkay? So the other day I was thinking about all the DIY’s I’ve shared here on the blog. There’s been quite a few of them over the past couple years, so I thought it would be fun to look back at five of my favorite easy DIY farmhouse decor projects. I chose these specifically because they’re all things I actually use daily and still LOVE. They’ve stood the test of time and they are definite winners. Plus they’re all super duper simple, so any of them would make a great project if you’re feeling like a little DIY therapy this weekend!
The Easiest DIY Farmhouse Candlesticks
Ok, so these DIY candlesticks were insanely easy and they’re still one of m favorite DIY projects EVER. You’ve even probably noticed them in a ton of my photos–I use them all over the house and I need about ten more of them actually. I obviously still love them and this project is hands down one of the most popular farmhouse DIY projects on my blog. See my tutorial here.
The Easiest DIY Farmhouse Tray
Gosh, I love this tray so much. I made last year and it’s a project that was super simple and quick–it’s much easier than you’d think. Plus it was very affordable and much less pricey than buying a similar tray. I still use it all over the place and it’s held up great. And I’ve told myself about 84 times now that I need to make a few more like this because I love it so much. See my full tutorial here.
The Easiest DIY Farmhouse Lamp
Ok, so this DIY lamp was a project I dreamed up a long time ago, but it took a while for me to bring it to life. Mostly because I needed my husband’s assistance and he wasn’t so sure how this project would come together. But this easy DIY lamp turned out just like I hoped and it’s actually sitting in our from room right now. And yes, it works! Believe it or not we used an old porch post for this baby and it was much easier than we thought it would be. See the tutorial here.
Easy DIY Fireplace Cover
Last year I was on the search for a cute, farmhouse-ish fireplace cover but I just couldn’t find anything I loved. So instead I made this easy curtain for the fireplace in our front room and I still have it hanging up today. I loved it so much I even made one for our living room. I actually intended to switch out the fabric from time to time, but I’ve been too lazy to do that. Ha! See the tutorial here.
DIY Television Cover with Old Doors
So this project is a little more recent, but it’s quickly become one of my favorite DIYs ever. We get so many compliments on these doors and it’s one of those things I wish we had done a looooooong time ago. This wall needed some pizzaz and this tv cover was the perfect fix. And I have to say, overall this project was super easy! See the step by step tutorial here.
I love all of these projects so much and they’re definitely some of my favorite things I’ve shared here on the blog. Simple, easy, and useful! That’s the magic combo for winning DIY projects if you ask me. Anyway, if you’ve done one of these farmhouse DIY’s yourself please let me know. I always love hearing when you make one of my projects!
Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today, I truly appreciate when you spend part of your day here. Your support means SO much to me. Now go have a fabulous weekend and I’ll catch you back here soon. xo
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