Uncommon Designs http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com Creating Crafts and Home Decor Tue, 25 Aug 2015 09:00:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.4 Stenciled DIY House Number Bucketshttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/stenciled-diy-house-number-buckets/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/stenciled-diy-house-number-buckets/#respond Tue, 25 Aug 2015 09:00:14 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/?p=11703 Need a little something creative for your covered porch or door stoop, that will bring instant curb appeal and provide a warm welcome? Well, then I have got a great project for you today. I created these simple but elegant Metallic Stenciled DIY House Number Buckets  for my own front porch this fall, and I am going to share with you have to create your very

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Need a little something creative for your covered porch or door stoop, that will bring instant curb appeal and provide a warm welcome? Well, then I have got a great project for you today. I created these simple but elegant Metallic Stenciled DIY House Number Buckets  for my own front porch this fall, and I am going to share with you have to create your very own…

Stenciled DIY House Number buckets for fall via Uncommon Designs

I just love how these turned out and the impact they created on my porch. Casual and rustic, perfect for the fall season. Switching out flowers and plants will be super easy!

Here is how to make your own Metallic Stenciled Buckets:

Burlap stenciled buckets via Uncommon Designs.

Supplies Needed: {affiliate links}

1.DecoArt Dazzling Metallics in Rich Espresso

2. Buckets,one for each house number { similar one }

3. Sponge Dauber

4. Number Stencils

5. Painter’s Tape

Metallic stenciled buckets via Uncommon Designs

Can I tell you how much I love these metallic paints by DecoArt ? They are beautiful and cover fabulously! This Rich Espresso color is perfect for a neutral look on burlap, with just a bit of glimmer!

Step 1: Tape your number stencil onto the burlap square. You can either use pre-made number stencils, or create your own in a custom size with a cutting machine. I cut my own so that they would fit perfectly on the burlap.

Step 2: Use your sponge dauber to gently apply the paint to your stencil and burlap. Use a simple up and down motion to apply the metallic paint.

stenciled burlap via Uncommon Designs

Step 3: Once you have the number covered, remove the tape and stencil from the burlap on the bucket gently.

stenciled burlap via Uncommon Designs

Step 4: Once I removed the stencil, I decided I wanted to add little dots in the corners { almost like bolts }. So I used one of my easiest methods to do it…ready… I used the tip of a pencil eraser. It makes perfect circles and it was the perfect size…

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I really think the little dots pulled it all together, don’t you? You know, it is always that little detail that makes a huge difference and makes a project seem complete. It is all perfect together down to the fringed edges.

All that was left, was for me to fill each pot. I choose sweet fall cabbages…

stenciled burlap house number buckets via Uncommon Designs

Paint can do amazing things for a simple project, don’t you think?

stenciled burlap house number buckets via Uncommon Designs

This turned into a perfect accent for my porch. Of course the possibilities are endless for color choices, what to paint on them, and flowers to go in them. I adore a versatile project. DecoArt has so many gorgeous fall color choices, picking just one might be the toughest part of this diy project.

stenciled burlap house number buckets via Uncommon Designs

That’s all folks!

I am so excited about finishing my front porch for fall and this project pulled it all together. I adore the sweet plaid blanket I found to snuggle up in a rocking chair on the front porch. Add a few pumpkins in and we are all set for Halloween too.

I also created a stunning Fall Wreath for my front door…

Fall wreath with fabric, burlap, and felt via Uncommon Designs

 Fabric, burlap, and felt….how could you go wrong? The felt flowers are the perfect little touch.

Be sure to visit my Fall Home Tour to see how I brought the fall season into our home…

 DIY Fall Wheat centerpiece via Uncommon Designs

So how do you celebrate fall in your home?

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Yahoo… it is almost football time! Good times, good friends, good food and TAILGATING!! Whether you love an elaborate setup or a more casual spread, nothing says fall more in the south than college football tailgating. Bonnie and I love hanging out with friends and family at our old college campus…Clemson University. The memories we have are amazing. And the food….well nothing is better on a beautiful fall day!

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 Some of you may be dreaming of how your team will do and how the players will perform. Me?  I am dreaming of how I will set up our tailgate spot! The food, the decor, and the atmosphere.  I am going to share with you my 5 tips to set up the perfect tailgate spot

An adorable DIY tailgating table! via Uncommon Designs

1. Set a pretty and functional table.

 Bringing style to your tailgate location  couldn’t be easier that adding a basic burlap tablecloth and a fun astro turf table runner.  They are both very inexpensive and you won’t cry at the end of the day if they get stained.  Add a little pizzazz with a fun  football banner and something that is special for your favorite team.

Astro Turf Runner and coozies for tailgating! via Uncommon Designs

2. Add in the unexpected.

Help your tailgate space really stand out with some unique touches.  Our friends and family really love our painted football untensil cans and the astro turf coozies are a huge hit! It really sparks the conversation to have something fun and unexpected.

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3. Bring the Fun!

 Let’s face it, tailgating food is always the center of any fun hangout, but don’t forget about some great game ideas!  Whether you are bringing your own cornhole game or breaking out the classic favorites, make sure that your guests have something to do.  If nothing else, bring a football for kids young and old to toss around!

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{my sweet girls and my mom}

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{Bonnie and her family}

4. Bring your favorite people.

The absolute best thing about our tailgate is who we share it with.  I have the fondest childhood memories spent with family and friends before Clemson football games.  I am so thrilled that I am able to pass that down to my girls.  Our family loves football, loves to gather together to tailgate, and loves each other.  A touchdown for sure!

5. Bring your favorite food.

You know…those simple but special recipes that your kids and family request each and every week! We have quite the spread on football Saturdays. There is always a different main dish bit the sweets, appetizers, and finger foods remain the same and are adored by all!

Simple and yummy Toffee Caramel Apple Dip recipe via Uncommon Designs

This Toffee Caramel Apple Dip is Bonnie’s “go to” appetizer for tailgating and all family events. Simple and so easy to put together.

We would love for you to check out our other fun and awesome Tailgating Ideas and Recipes!

What is your best tailgating tip?

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5 Tips for Stress Free School Morningshttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/5-tips-stress-free-school-mornings/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/5-tips-stress-free-school-mornings/#respond Thu, 13 Aug 2015 09:00:01 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/?p=17574 It is almost that time! Shhh….don’t tell the kids! Before you know it, the back to school shopping will be done and the kids will be heading out to school each morning. Even if you are a homeschooler, those back to school mornings can be a routine that is difficult to get back into. Trish and I have kids in elementary, middle, and high school

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It is almost that time! Shhh….don’t tell the kids! Before you know it, the back to school shopping will be done and the kids will be heading out to school each morning. Even if you are a homeschooler, those back to school mornings can be a routine that is difficult to get back into.

Trish and I have kids in elementary, middle, and high school between us. Each school starts at a different time, so the mornings in each of our homes can get loud and crazy.

So we totally get the frustration that can come along with that. This year we are sharing 5 Tips for Stress Free School Mornings that we feel will help you get the school year rolling and your home flowing a bit more smoothly.

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We by no means are promising a completely stress free morning with these tips, but they are the ones that have helped us through the years.

TIP #1: Create a Family Command Center 

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Keeping everything in one place helps those mornings flow more smoothly. Backpacks are in their spot, calendar with important dates and deadlines, menu for the week, and for my kids….a spot for their school ids to hang! A Family Command Center or even drop zone is a must for us.

TIP #2: Develop a Chore Chart System

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Want to get the morning routine split up? Chore Charts are a great idea. Feeding animals, clearing off the table, or taking the trash out can be tackled quickly and efficiently with a chore chart for the kids. You can have morning, afternoon, and evening chores to ease the volume of them and spread them out. No more… ” Did anyone feed the dog?” as you head out to carpool.

TIP #3: Lay Out Clothes For The Week

Days of the Week Closet Organizers. Ease school morning stress with these functional and adorable chalkboard clothing dividers. www.uncommondesignsonline.com

Do you have a picky dresser that can’t make up their mind or refuses to wear anything? Try picking out the clothes for the week on the weekend. These Days of the Week Closet Organizers will allow the child to separate each day. For my son, essentially everything in his closet goes together….since his wardrobe at his age is jeans, basketball shorts, or khaki shorts. This makes grabbing a tshirt super easy for him.

Tip #4: Set Up a Lunch and Snack Station

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Older kids will enjoy picking out the items to go into their lunch box. A Lunch and Snack Station is a great idea to get those kids helping and making choices. You get to control what the items are, but they get to choose them each day. Also, keep those lunch boxes, water bottles, plastic baggies, and thermos items all in the station as well. We even include the school lunch menu so that they know whether or not they will choose to eat lunch at school that day. Plus, after school, when all you hear is “I’m soooo hungry!” They know exactly where to go for the afternoon snack.

TIP #5: Put Together a List of  “GO TO” Morning Meals

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Now don’t get me wrong, we love some cereal at our house, but how many times have I heard… “Cereal, again!?!” I try to provide a variety of breakfast meals each week. I am not a short order cook though, I decide on the meals. This both keeps the complaining down, and keeps my kids from getting into an eating habit of the same thing over and over. We have anything from make ahead homemade dishes like these Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Muffins to pre-made choices. By putting together a list of recipes and meals that your kids will eat, and are simple and quick to prepare, your mornings will be so much better!

There ya have it! Our 5 Tips to Stress Free School Mornings!

But wait, want to continue that stress free feeling to after school? My BONUS TIP is this…

Create a Homework Caddy!

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A Homework Caddy keeps all the necessary supplies for the kids to complete their homework in one place. Plus, you can see when you need to purchase new supplies. Each home will be different on what types of supplies will go in the caddy, depending on the ages of the children. My children are older and we spend a LOT of time in the car in the afternoons going from sports to activities, but there is always a bit of downtime. So, I created a portable Homework Station

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Everything my kids might need to complete homework from Math to English is in this little crate that sits in the back of my car. No more… “I can’t do my Math, I don’t have graph paper.” or “I need a thesaurus to finish my English homework.” I have it all in containers to better utilize our time in the afternoons, and to create more family time once we are home.

So who’s ready for Back to School? What  works for your family to get the school year off to a great start?

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Painted Organization Tagshttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/painted-organization-tags/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/painted-organization-tags/#comments Tue, 11 Aug 2015 09:00:31 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/?p=20184 Hey y’all! Back to school is upon us and I’m ready… ready to get organized that is!  I love that there are so many great storage options out there these days, but as a true crafter at heart, sometimes they need a little  sprucing up.  Today I’m going to show you how to make these adorable chevron Painted Organization Tags and you can get organized

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Hey y’all! Back to school is upon us and I’m ready… ready to get organized that is!  I love that there are so many great storage options out there these days, but as a true crafter at heart, sometimes they need a little  sprucing up.  Today I’m going to show you how to make these adorable chevron Painted Organization Tags and you can get organized in style!

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I recently gave my tween daughter a closet overhaul.  We were desperately in need to storage options for her. She is entering middle school and her wardrobe and accessories are growing. We needed to move the mess off the floor and have a place for everything.  We added rods and shelves and boxes… lots of boxes.  Those boxes needed some cute tags and what tween girl out there doesn’t love chevron?  Let’s learn how to make them!

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Supplies needed for Painted Organization Tags:

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Step One.  If your wooden shape has not been primed or painted.  Give it a coat of white paint.  I used Americana Cotton Ball in the Multi-Surface Satin line of paint.  Let dry completely.

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Step Two.  Lay your stencil on top of your shape and paint with the gray color.  Gently lift off the stencil and let the shape dry completely.

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Step Three.  We decided to use four bin organizers on the top of my daughter’s closet to hold clothes for each season.  I used alphabet stickers from the craft store to label the tags.  You can also use your personal cutting machine.  Whatever you have on hand!   Now attach to your bins with a hot glue gun or a clothespin and you are all done.

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You can also use a punched tag in the same way and tie the tag to a storage bin with ribbon or twine.  The options are endless!

This is a great project to tackle for Back to School to get off on the right foot!

Need a little organization plan for school lunches? I created a school lunch station for my girls last year that worked great and we will be using it again this year.

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Organizing takes a bit of time up front, but really saves time when it is needed!

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Dress Up Your Tiki Torchhttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/dress-up-your-tiki-torch/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/dress-up-your-tiki-torch/#comments Thu, 06 Aug 2015 09:00:51 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/?p=22886 Sometimes my favorite  projects are a result of a totally last minute decision.  This was definitely case with these floral tiki torches. I ran to Wal-Mart the day of my daughter’s birthday party and spotted that gorgeous striped ribbon and the rest was history! Isn’t it amazing how things come together so easily some times?  I try to carefully map out each and every detail when party

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Sometimes my favorite  projects are a result of a totally last minute decision.  This was definitely case with these floral tiki torches. I ran to Wal-Mart the day of my daughter’s birthday party and spotted that gorgeous striped ribbon and the rest was history!

Dress up your tiki torches.  These floral tiki torches would be gorgeous for a wedding or garden party.  Add a few faux flowers and some striped ribbon and you are done! by Uncommon Designs

Isn’t it amazing how things come together so easily some times?  I try to carefully map out each and every detail when party planning, but sometimes the inspiration just doesn’t stop coming.  I guess it makes up for all of the times that I just can’t figure out how to make things happen the way I want them to.  I can apply that to just about any situation now that I think about it.  I am so grateful that God normally gives me a good balance of each or I would never get any sleep!  Now back to those pretty floral tiki torches.

Dress up your tiki torches.  These floral tiki torches would be gorgeous for a wedding or garden party.  Add a few faux flowers and some striped ribbon and you are done! by Uncommon Designs

In South Carolina, if you are planning any outdoor occasion between the months of May and September, you must be armed with adequate insect repellant.  I decided against spraying the party guests down with bug spray and went the more festive route of TIKI torches.  These metal ones are my absolute favorite.  I had them all ready to go that morning and then I headed out to the store and spotted that fabulous ribbon.

Dress up your tiki torches.  These floral tiki torches would be gorgeous for a wedding or garden party.  Add a few faux flowers and some striped ribbon and you are done! by Uncommon Designs

I paired it with some leftover artificial flowers that I had picked up on clearance at the craft store for next to nothing and literally taped them with clear packing tape to the bottom of the pole of each tiki torch (remember my table runner trick?) .  They were gorgeous!  My mom even thought they were real flowers! They were pretty darn amazing and I was so thankful I had forgotten things on my grocery list and had to make that last minute trip.

Dress up your tiki torches.  These floral tiki torches would be gorgeous for a wedding or garden party.  Add a few faux flowers and some striped ribbon and you are done! by Uncommon Designs

The torches completely transformed the party space and garnered lots of oohs and ahhs from the tweens!

Dress up your tiki torches.  These floral tiki torches would be gorgeous for a wedding or garden party.  Add a few faux flowers and some striped ribbon and you are done! by Uncommon Designs

For more floral fun… 

Take the easy route for entertaining! Make your own fabric table runner in 5 minutes with no sewing required! by Uncommon Designs

Find out how I made the easiest five minute no-sew table runner for the party!

Make a lit photo backrop with flowers and hula hoops! A simple step by step tutorial by Uncommon Designs

You can also check out our lit floral photo backdrop from the party!

 

 

 

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Portable Crate Homework Stationhttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/homework-station-portable-diy-crate/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/homework-station-portable-diy-crate/#comments Tue, 04 Aug 2015 09:00:00 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/2012/08/homework-station-portable-diy-crate.html Quick…send your children away from the computer! Yes, it is that time of the year when the dreaded HOMEWORK begins again! Today I am going to show you how we handle homework on the go… DIY Portable Homework Station For our family, we have a need to carry our homework supplies with us. I have a daughter and son, and their activities after school are

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Quick…send your children away from the computer! Yes, it is that time of the year when the dreaded HOMEWORK begins again! Today I am going to show you how we handle homework on the go…

DIY Portable Homework Station

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For our family, we have a need to carry our homework supplies with us. I have a daughter and son, and their activities after school are very different and each of them has down time to complete their homework prior to getting home. This allows more family time once we get home! My inspiration for this came from my  DIY Vintage Crates that I made this spring for our Summer Reading Station.


Supplies Needed for Homework Crate…{affiliate links}

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STEPS:
  • Simply spray paint the crate with the Rustoleum Red Spray Paint and allow to dry.
  • While it is drying, spray paint the wooden plaque with the Krylon Chalkboard Spray Paint per instructions.
  • Once both are completely dry, use the Gorilla glue {careful..read the instructions..it expands! } to attach the chalkboard to the crate.
That’s all…easy peasy!! 

Organizing Our Homework Supplies…

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Yep…I got all that in those containers! Please keep in mind that my children are rising 8th grade and rising 5th grade. All these supplies may not be needed for your individual needs, or you may need other items! I picked these based on what I know we need and I wished we had had in the past. Yes, that is an actual dictionary and thesaurus..gasp! You never know when you may not have WIFI or just want a kid to learn how to look it up! :) 

Supply List {that works for us!}…

Red pens, black pens, blue pens, index cards, college ruled paper, wide ruled paper, blank paper, ruler, erasers, pencil, pencil sharpener, thesaurus, dictionary, sticky notes, colored pencils, fine tip markers, large plastic envelopes,scissors, white out, glue stick, highlighter, and Altoids {don’t ask!}.

We may see a need to add other items and I have allowed enough room to do so!

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I found these absolutely perfect plastic containers at Target to put everything in! The snap lids are wonderful for preventing accidental spills. The larger one is the perfect size for paper storage! The large plastic envelopes are for putting finished homework in until we get home…you know somehow it can manage to get lost in the car!! :)


 I keep a 3 ring binder in the crate as well. This is MY notebook to keep track of all things school and afterschool  related!


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So, off it goes to the car for yet another fabulous year! I hope that everyone has an incredible school year!

Ok…now you can bring the kiddos back in…I will keep the homework thing our little secret! 

Back To School can also be a great time for some fun! This back to school party that Trish threw for her neighborhood a few years back is a great idea. Who doesn’t love an Ice Cream Social??
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This would really help kick off the new school year in a fun way!

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Back to School Mason Jarhttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/back-to-school-mason-jar/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/back-to-school-mason-jar/#comments Tue, 28 Jul 2015 09:00:22 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/?p=17859 Hey y’all!  It’s Trish!  I hope you guys have had an amazing summer so far.  I hate to admit it, but the time is near…  Back to School!  Although I’m said for those awesome summer days to end,  I’m super excited to share this awesome Back to School Mason Jar with you today!  Get out a mason jar and a little bit of paint and get

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Hey y’all!  It’s Trish!  I hope you guys have had an amazing summer so far.  I hate to admit it, but the time is near…  Back to School!  Although I’m said for those awesome summer days to end,  I’m super excited to share this awesome Back to School Mason Jar with you today!  Get out a mason jar and a little bit of paint and get ready to make a painted pencil jar that you can pack with all sorts of treats!

 

Give your favorite student or teacher a treat with this adorable painted back to school painted mason jar by Uncommon Designs!

I am using mine to make a sweet welcome back to school treat for my children’s teachers.  You could do that or make one for you star student.  They are so easy to make one… or a bunch!

Give your favorite student or teacher a treat with this adorable painted back to school painted mason jar by Uncommon Designs!

Supplies:

  • Americana Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paint in Flamingo
  • Americana Gloss Enamels Acrylic Paint in Primary Yellow
  • Regular Mason Jar
  • Metallic Silver Ribbon

Give your favorite student or teacher a treat with this adorable painted back to school painted mason jar by Uncommon Designs!

Step One.  Paint the exterior of the mason jar with the primary yellow gloss enamels paint.  Once that coat is dry add 1-2 more coats of the paint.  Make sure to let the glass dry completely between coats.

 

Give your favorite student or teacher a treat with this adorable painted back to school painted mason jar by Uncommon Designs!

Step Two.  Paint the lid with the Flamingo pink paint.  I ended up painting 3 coats.  Again, make sure each coat dries completely before you start on the next.

 

Give your favorite student or teacher a treat with this adorable painted back to school painted mason jar by Uncommon Designs!

Step Three.  Add a cute metallic silver bow and fill your jar with treats for that special teacher.  That is all folks!

 

Have an Awesome School Year Back to School Printable Perfect for a Pencil Mason Jar! via Uncommon Designs

Want to add a one more extra special touch? Print off a Have an Awesome Year Printable Mason Jar Tag and tuck it in the lid of your jar!  Perfect!

Do you do anything special for your teachers before school  begins?

 

 

 

 

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