Metallic Solo Cup Sparkle Ball

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Watch the video on this project! . Every year we try to upload a fun and unique Christmas DIY project. Last year we made an inverted christmas tree chandelier and the year before that we uploaded the Book Wreath tutorial. If you haven't seen either of those... you're going to want to! This year we have made an absolutely positively gorgeous sparkle ball made out of plastic Solo cups! Thats right, plastic cups from Walmart ;-) Materials: 48 clear plastic 9 oz Solo cups Stapler (best option is this long reach 190, but if you don't want to go out and buy one, a normal stapler will ... >> Read More...

Fix It Friday – Dining Room

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Whether you're a professional in the industry or just an avid home enthusiast, #FixItFriday is a fun and engaging way for all those who enjoy interior design to join in on a discussion on how to improve and beautify different spaces each week. Every Friday I will post a different photo of a room with design flaws. Some photos may be my before (or even after photos) of my own projects, and some may be random pictures I find online. My intention with this new series is not to bash any interior designer or any specific home owner but rather to sharpen your skills as you critique your own spaces ... >> Read More...

Quick and Easy Thanksgiving Centerpiece

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Watch the video of this DIY tutorial! . The yummiest day of the year is quickly approaching! After spending hours in the kitchen cooking up a storm you want to make sure the fruits of your labor are beautifully presented and visually appealing for your guests. Since you have already spend hours in the kitchen, the last thing you need is a complicated centerpiece! Problem solved, we have the easiest centerpiece idea for you today that you can make in minutes! Look no further than your local grocery store, all of the materials are extremely accessible. Take a look: Materials: 3 ... >> Read More...

Christmas Tree Ornament Spinner GIVEAWAY!

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Happy Monday! On Today's newest Robeson Design Christmas video we announced our first Christmas season giveaway! There will be TWO WINNERS who will receive 6 ornament spinners each! This contest is open for submissions WORLDWIDE! All of the 5+ entries are mandatory, all of the 3+ entries are optional for those who want to up the ante on winning these fun little gems! Enter as many entries as you wish below!This contest will run for 2 weeks, the winner will be announced here on our blog on November 25th! Good luck! a Rafflecopter giveaway ... >> Read More...

Christmas Decorations: Creative Christmas Tree for Small Apartments

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Materials: Sticks Gardening shears Sharpie Hot glue gun  and glue Twine Scissors Snowflake string lights Step 1. Layout Starting at the bottom, lay out your sticks from longest to shortest. This should give you a good idea of how tall your tree will be with the amount of sticks you have. Step 2. Marking and cutting  Take your roll of twine and pull out enough twine to border the shape of your tree. Pull the twine tight enough to use it as a guideline. Take your sharpie or pencil and mark the sticks where they need to be cut along the guideline.Some of your ... >> Read More...

How to Make a Starburst Mirror Out of a Cereal Box & Sticks

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Watch our newest tutorial on how to DIY your own starburst mirror with just a cereal box and sticks! Part one is the quick and easy version and part 2 is the more advanced, methodical version! Check them out and leave us a comment below! .     Materials: 1 Can of spray paint (any color you want) 1 Cereal box  A pair of scissors Twine Pencil Glue gun & glue (lots of it) Round mirror Sticks   Step 1: Make the frame Cut out the front and back of your cereal box to make the frame of the mirror.   Using a pencil, trace the small ... >> Read More...

5 Easy Creepy Yet Classy Halloween Party Decorations [on a budget]

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This week on DIY Wednesday's Sharrah and Greyson show you how to throw a creepy but classy Halloween party Robeson Design style ;-) Which decoration is your favorite?! Leave us your vote in the comments below! 1. Black Jack {$5-9} Materials: Pumpkin Black spray paint Painting mask Step 1: Wash Make sure your pumpkin is completely clean. You don't want any dirt or leaves to be spray painted down so scrub them off beforehand! Step 2: Spray Paint! Cover the pumpkin(s) in flat black spray paint. Allow 30 min to dry in the sun. 2. White Pumpkins ... >> Read More...

How to Build a Reclaimed Wood Headboard

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 Materials: 2 inch nails for air gun (recommended) OR 2 inch screws for drill OR 2 inch nails for hammer Electric drill (will need one of these in addition to the air gun or a hammer) Square head drill bit 3 metal plates 1/2 inch screws Sander OR regular sand paper Chop saw OR regular saw Spray paint (match the colors in the wood tones -- we used a dark brown and a light grey color) Ebony wood stain 1 sheet of plywood Choose Your Tool:   (*** We recommend using the nail gun or the drill if you have one.) Step 1: Stain the Plywood Backing Use a piece ... >> Read More...

Last Minute Creative Pumpkin Decorating Ideas.

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Last Minute Creative Pumpkin Decorating Ideas Since Halloween is right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to share a few of my favorite pumpkin decorating ideas that I have found over the years. I usually attempt to pin on those silly templates to the side of the pumpkin and carve along the dotted outline. Somehow it NEVER looks as cool as it did in the photo and it is ALWAYS such a let down. The worst is when you're with a bunch of creative friends who end of creating pumpkin masterpieces with a toothpick and a spoon... like how did they do that?! These 4 different quick and easy ... >> Read More...

How to DIY Your Own (Faux) Living Wall

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Materials Astroturf Box knife 36"x48" tank board Duct tape Box tape Masking tape 1/2" screws 1" screws T-square Measuring tape Pencil Power drill Screw drill Step 1: Assessing the Project  Make sure you have enough astroturf material and painters cardboard to cover your desired surface.  Assess if you have any outlets or vents on the wall that will need special attention. Step 2: Making the Template  Cover your wall in cardboard, making cut outs where necessary. Be sure to throughly secure each piece together with tape until your whole wall is ... >> Read More...