DIY Network

DIY Network / Join The Community

Now there is one easy, fun place where you can collect and share your ideas, inspirations, projects, and tips with the other members of the DIY Community. Click here to join. If you are already a member, sign in here.

COMMENT ON THIS PROJECT

    

Sign in

All fields are required.

E-mail Address:

Password:

Remember me on this computer

Signing in

Please enter your email address and we will send your password

E-mail Address

Your password has been sent and should arrive in your mailbox very soon.

Not a member?

Sign up with DIY Network to share tips with other do-it-yourselfers and comment and ask questions on projects.

It's free and easy.

Total Uploads: 176,723

Recent Uploads on DIY Network

After a Summer Rain, The perennials are thriving with all this summer rain we're having!, Gardens
Newly Remodeled Kitchen, We totally gutted the old kitchen knocked down walls and added a sitting area. The stacked stone column is actually hiding a support post but it's our favorite part of the kitchen., Kitchens
HOLIDAY FEVER, Ok so you saw my other posting of Christmas in the bedroom window--now this is my living room!  I love decorating this holiday!  So some people may think I went overboard-but hey--it's NOT tacky! haha!  So i decided for the oversized windows to put up multiple trees in this room along with a HUGE LED tree and also put lights around my REAL trees...enjoy!, Living Rooms
It's Christmas Time---in the window!! , This is our bedroom window from last Christmas!  We have this massive oversized factory windows with massive sills. So couldn't resist the decor being put in there.  I used 3 alpine trees and decorated with cotton and sprayed the fake snow on top of it added fake snow on the window behind along with laying down cotton around the trees and added "flickering" bulbs to have lil "campfires" around the base of trees also added a star shaped light to go above the trees for a more atmospheric measure!, Bedrooms
What do you think of my before and after faux stone pathway??, Hello!I couldn't pay to rip up the concrete path and replace it so I painted a nicer (I hope!) pathway on top., Yards
karebare, Almost complete Finishing touch not quite done...., Kitchens

Advertisement