504 Main by Holly Lefevre: DIY Club, No. 2! I Am Obsessed with Biscuits!

6.02.2010

DIY Club, No. 2! I Am Obsessed with Biscuits!

Seriously, I am obsessed with biscuits
Bet you figured that one out already, eh?
That is just me...I find something I like and I just cannot get enough!
After completing my first project for the DIY Club,
I had some biscuits left and a spot on the fence
in my backyard screaming for some color!
I grabbed my super-fabulous, bright and summery
 Patio Paints from DecoArt and started painting away
to create this trio of wall hangings -
 The perfect little project to fill a space with some sunshine!
  
Supplies
1. 3 round mirrors in 3 different sizes. Mine are: 7", 6", 5" . You can also use wood circles. Both the mirrors and the wood circles were fairly inexpensive and from a craft store.
2. Plate joining biscuits (from hardware store, like Home Depot)
4. Smaller paint brushes
* Blue Bahama (8oz.)
* Citrus Green (2 oz)
* Marigold (2 oz.) 
6. DISChangers in 3 sizes - this is seriously the perfect project for using DISChangers!


Want to DIY it!
Check out the pdf tutorial the
 Want to see what else I did with biscuits for the DIY Club?
Check out my summer party table.

 VISIT THE DIY CLUB'S BLOG
AND FOR INFO ON THE JUNE CHALLENGE.
IT STARTS THIS FRIDAY JUNE 4!

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DISCLOSURE: As part of the DIY Club, I have been supplied with vendor sponsored products to complete my projects (DecoArt, Gorilla Glue, and DISChangers).

15 comments :

  1. Lovely. I really need to get some Gorilla glue.

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  2. How perfect for summer!!! Those look so cute and remind me of the 1960s, in the best way possible. I adore!

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  3. They are cute . Ok I thought to myself I will check out these I am sure thatthey are just an American thing so there is no DANGER of me getting started, how wrong could I have been I have found a source. £5.99 for 100 but no gorrila glue ( we don't tend to have many gorilas in uk)
    So I am stumped
    Ok off to find a friendly gorila for some glue

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  4. Such a fabulous idea, you amaze me more and more each day! I am really glad that I found you.

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  5. I thought I had seen it all! WOW! I am taken back...it looks like tile pieces. Your mind is on a fast track, cant wait to see what else you do with them. Simply Fab!

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  6. I am SOOOO all over this idea! Love it love it love it! I was looking for some fun and funky ideas for decorating our addition- just found it!!! Awesome!

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  7. ooohhh...!!! This is neat!! I want to do something to my patio walls now!!!

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  8. If it wasn't for our time in NH, I would never know what a biscuit was. And I surely haven't seen any as pretty as yours!

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  9. Just stumbled on your blog! I LOVE this project! What fun! These would be perfect for kids to decorate and paint at a garden theme party!

    Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com
    party inspiration

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  10. I was just eying biscuits at the hardware store today. So much potential! Love what you have done. The mirrors behind are a great touch!

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  11. Now I'm falling in love with biscuits too!

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  12. I had no idea what you were talking about...biscuits...but, I clicked and I read. I think even I could do this project...love it.

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  13. I just had to laugh because I actually thought you were talking about biscuits! As in ...biscuits...at breakfast! Just goes to show how out of touch I am with crafting. I just joined the diy club and I'm looking forward to trying some of the projects. Who knows? Maybe I'll even come up with something on my own. :)

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  14. These are fantastic! I love it, thanks for the inspiration!!

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  15. OK Holly, I am going to have to go buy these biscuits and some gorilla glue. I have been converted. I ACTUALLY pulled over and picked up and old twin headboard from someones trash. Yikes!!! I am actually going to make something with it. LOL!!

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