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  • 2016
    Week 49
    How To Make A Christmas Blackboard

    Blackboards, like pallet trees, are as popular as ever. You can find blackboards at weddings, on furniture and place mats, on walls, and mason jars.

    Learn how you can easily transfer any image onto a blackboard and check out these beautiful Christmas images for your blackboard. Continue reading

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  • 2016
    Week 49
    How To Make a Tin Roofing Christmas Tree

    There is just so much one may create using old tin roofing. It is still readily available for free. I chose to build and write a tutorial on this Christmas Tree. The metal does take a bit to cut but worth all the effort when you have the finished beauty standing in front of you I hope you have the time to give this one a try. Continue reading

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  • 2016
    Week 49
    How To Make A Christmas Mannequin

    Quite some time ago, I was at a garden show and noticed the most beautiful mannequin dressed in florals. She was actually quite captivating and drew an audience. I was hooked. Every year I take some time and design a new mannequin.

    The entire process from designing the mannequin, to the gathering materials, to the finishing it off is quite relaxing. Learn how you can make your own. Continue reading

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  • 2016
    Week 49
    How To Make  A Wood Christmas Tree

    A wooden Christmas tree will add a sweet simple charm to any room in your home or front porch. They may be adorned in pretty bobbles, dressed with wooden stars or snowflakes or just left in their original primitive form.

    Find out how you can make your own! Continue reading

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  • 2016
    Week 49
    How To Make A Pallet Christmas Tree

    Pallets are still as popular as ever as evident on Pinterest, at craft fairs and in magazines.

    What makes pallets so alluring to those who love them? They really are not all that attractive. Is it that they are readily available and free? Is it the physical struggle in tearing them apart and the feeling like you just had a major workout? Or does the ugly pallet challenge our creativity? I have a stack of them so there is something up. Continue reading

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  • 2016
    Week 40
    How to Create Large Posters at Home

    At The Gilded Daisy, we use large posters all the time for our image transfer projects. But going to the print shop can be such a drag.

    In this short tutorial, we show you how to create large posters right at home! Continue reading

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  • 2016
    Week 40
    What does JPEG mean? – A guide to file types

    Here at The Gilded Daisy, we like to share our image files with you so you can replicate our projects at home!

    But sometimes it can be a little confusing to know what all the different file types mean. You might be wondering, “What does .ai mean? Do I need some kind of special type of software to open it?”

    So we thought it might be helpful to put together a post explaining the types of files types we often share. Continue reading

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  • 2016
    Week 35
    Tip #13  Leave a Reveal

    One of my pet peeves when building furniture or with any project is a messy joint. Trying to put two boards together on the same plane and then attempt to fill the joint very seldom works. Tables tops and panels excluded. Stepping one piece of wood back easily solves this issue. Continue reading

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