Absolute Top 10 BEST DIY Home Decor Projects ON A BUDGET!


Coming up on this episode of Designed to the
Nines. I had a really hard time narrowing it down,
but I’ve got my top 10 DIY projects of 2019 for you plus my plans for 2020 so if that
sounds good to you, stay tuned. Welcome to designed to the nines. I’m NataLee Callahan and if this is the first
time we’re meeting, welcome to my channel. I’m really excited today to share with you
my top 10 favorite episodes of 2019 we had a lot of fun. These are in no particular order, they’re
not even in chronological order and it was really, really hard for me to pick my top
10 favorite because I put a lot of time and effort and heart into each episode and so
narrowing it down to my top 10 favorite babies. Well, that was a little hard. You’ll have to let me know in the comment
section below. If this lined up with your top 10 list and
which was your favorite episode of the year, this will help me going forward in 2020 now
you’re going to want to stick with me to the very end because I am going to be sharing
with you my plans for 2020 so let’s get started. So my first one that I’m going to share with
you is my front porch makeover. Now I did a lot of front porch decorating
projects this year, but this was like the main one where I switched out my light fixture,
taking it from a recessed light to a pendant light. I really liked that. We also made the welcome sign with the interchangeable
wreath that I’d been able to change out for each and every season. Right now it has kind of a wintery wreath
on it, but it’s also had pumpkins and for the bulk of the year it will have a boxwood
wreath. So that was a really fun sign to make and
really inexpensive. I always tried to stretch the dollar as far
as possible on my projects and this was no exception. It also included my DIY bench build, which
wasn’t in that episode, but another really good one. A lot of the episodes that I’m going to be
sharing with you had multiple projects in them. Some of them had one big project and others
had several smaller ones. Another thing I liked about my front porch
project was the double layer rug. Look with a Buffalo plaid underneath the regular
mat. So much fun. I had a lot of fun with this episode and I
always have a fun time decorating my front porch and so stay tuned for more of those
in the future. Next up was a really popular project this
year, which was my DIY farmhouse lantern. So what inspired me for this project was I’ve
seen a few of these on YouTube and other places that were built mostly out of dollar tree
items, but they didn’t come across very sturdy. Well, I wanted something that would stand
the test of time, stand my kids that beating on it a little bit. And so I decided to spend just a little extra
money than the original projects, not much more and get something that was way sturdy. And I did this by getting an exterior newel
post that you would use as railing on a deck and that saved some money over buying something
from the interior, which would have been significantly more. So it just gave it a little bit more of a
rustic feel. But you can sand that down or you can go to
a thrift store if you’re lucky and have a good one. I haven’t found one here in the Orlando area
yet, but you could find like a thrifted or an antique newel post and build on the out
of that. That would be really cool. So what we did is we took the sturdy posts,
we added a sturdy base, we’ll like some decorative elements to kind of give it really that authentic
lamp post feel. And then I took a very large lantern that
I picked up and we drilled it right into the newel post and I can tell you this is a decor
piece that will be around for a long time. I love it. I love how it turned out and it’s sturdy. It’s everything that I had hoped for and I
just loved this project and you guys did too, so thank you for the support on that video. Next up was a pottery barn knock off of barrel
top lazy Susan. It was awesome. I loved it. I didn’t like the price, so I set out to recreate
this for a fraction of the cost. I went out and found a pre-made tray that
was just the right size and look and feel. I got it I think at hobby lobby and then I
needed to kind of transform it into that wine barrel top with the monogram. Now this one, I had to really get my creative
juices flowing to kind of come up with a solution that had that kind of galvanized steel that
wrapped around the top. I went into home Depot and I found some strapping
that they have on their packaging and they gave it to me for free because they just use
it to kind of load some of their items. I don’t know, it was just like shipping stuff,
but it was still that galvanized steel and I walk you through this process in the episode,
but it really worked out well and then it came to the monogram part. I tried different types of wood-burning and
nothing was really working out and then I tried several different types of image transfer
processes, which I ultimately went with one of those and it got a really good look. Having said that, just a few months later
I found scorch markers if I would have known about this when I did the wine barrel top,
I totally would’ve used the scorch markers to burn that monogram on. But so far that monogram is holding up really
well. I’m really happy with it and I get to look
at this piece every day and I’m really proud of how it turned out is beautiful and I love
it. It’s one of my favorite projects of the year. Number four was my DIY backsplash that I did
in my kitchen. Now this was kind of a beast to tackle. It was a lot of work. I’m not gonna lie, it was probably one of
the most rewarding projects of the year. I’ve tiled other backsplashes before, but
this one was a different type of tile. Now, I love subway backsplashes. I have them in other homes. I’ve done them before, but this kitchen didn’t
really feel like a subway tile type of kitchen. It has really dark kind of Ebony colored cabinets
and like a gold and dark colored granite existing. So what I settled on was this beautiful white
arabesque tile that had this gorgeous gold trim that was just beautiful, but it was a
little bit different shape than I’ve been used to working with and kind of had curves. So it was a little bit of a challenge, but
we figured it out. Now the kitchen has this very finished feel. It has a little sparkle that catches the light. If I can do a tile back splash, you can do
a tile back splash. It’s challenging and it’s a very time consuming,
but if you take a step back, breathe and really take your time, you too can do a DIY tile
back splash in your kitchen and save thousands and thousands of dollars. If you’re thinking about doing a tile back
splash, you’re definitely gonna want to check out this video because I walk you through
step by step by step how to do a tile back splash and I’m hoping that it will inspire
you and teach you what you need to do to do your own tile back splash. All right, next step. We have an episode that not very many of you
have watched but I still wanted to include on this list because it was my favorite
to do. It was a blast to put together and that was
my pottery barn Kids knock off of a star Wars marquee
sign and I had a little help from a little special green visitor and that was a really
fun episode to put together and in my opinion, probably one of my best knockoffs. It was really, really close and I made it
for about 10% of the costs. Even if you’re not a huge star Wars fan, which
I wasn’t until little baby Yoda came along and changed my mind. He’s so cute. I just love him. I’d still recommend watching this because
not only as a fun episode, but it also you could take the ideas and principles in it
and translate it to something that really works for your decor. It’s going to go in my son’s room that’s going
to be coming up in the future. Stay tuned to the end and then I will let
you know what my plans are for 2020 number six this was an awesome jam packed episode
and that was my 10 last minute DIY gifts that people actually want. Now this episode has 10 ideas that I’m featuring
in it and that episode had 10 ideas in it and a lot of these episodes that I’m featuring
have multiple ideas and so you are hopefully going to come out of this episode. So inspired and with ideas, even though I
did it in the Christmas season, these gifts and these ideas could be gifts for yourself. They could be gifts for somebody else, but
they are good anytime of year. That episode has everything from a rice heat
pack to customized monogrammed votive mercury jars to customized, what is it? Customized coasters. And my favorite DIY from that episode was
probably the recipe that was in my grandmother’s handwriting and we transferred it onto a cutting
board and it’s just because that was really a meaningful, having something that’s long
lasting like that that has your grandmothers or mothers or aunts handwriting on it, that
is going to be something that would become an heirloom and could stand the test of time
and passed down. That was my favorite DIY of the episode. They’re gifts made with love and that was the
whole point of that episode. I think you’ll like it. Number seven is this very desk that we are
sitting at right now. It was a pottery barn knock off of the Bedford
project table and we did it for about 10% of the cost and it was really quite easy
to put together in the whole scheme of things. All I did was buy some store bought shelves
that have like the square cubbies and use those for the two end pieces and then we put
a top on it. Now that’s a little oversimplifying it, but
it was pretty simple to put together and again, we saved over like $1,100 it was massive savings
and this is a huge table that will be a permanent fixture in my studio here that we’ll be doing
DIY projects on. And it’s a great size for that. If you’re thinking you need a craft table,
this would be a really good episode for you. Even if you don’t have a lot of building skills,
you could handle this one. And so check that out. Okay, so when we bought this house, we bought
this house furnished. Now I’ve had some people comment and be like,
why would you do that? That’s such a waste of money. And I mean I can see where they’re coming
from. But we actually left our home in Maine furnished
and when we moved here we had nothing. And so we were really looking for something
that was kind of furnished. Fortunately, we loved this house. I didn’t love almost all of the furniture
in it, so I’m trying to work with what I’ve got. Most of the furniture in here is from Ikea
now. There’s nothing wrong with Ikea. Then it just kind of had more of a modern
flair than I particularly like. In this episode I did an Ikea hack on some
dressers that were a little too small to actually be dressers, but we’re a perfect size to be
a like a large nightstand. And what I did was I added some trim and some
mirrors and some sparkling knobs and they are much more traditional, a little bit glitzy,
a little bit rock and roll. So I really loved this episode because it
took something that was really sleek, really kind of generic looking. And really glammed it up and it was not a
ton of money. And now I have some nightstands so I actually
really love one that didn’t quite make the list that I also made over was my dining room
set, which was an awesome project too, but I could only pick ten! It was so hard! What I hope that you take from this episode
is that if you have a piece of furniture that you don’t like, transform it, give it a new
look and it might just be something that you really, really love in the end. Number nine was my DIY farmhouse chandelier
that I built from tuna cans and cookie sheets from the dollar tree. First off, it was a knock off of a Ballard
designs chandelier that was like $600 and I built it for 10% of the cost. Yes, it wasn’t actually electrical, but it
had functioning lights on candles on it. So you didn’t have to wire that. But we, we got ultra creative cutting apart
dollar tree cookie sheets and using some empty tuna cans. Oh. And some dog chains from dollar tree. So the things that we use to put this chandelier
together or completely off the wall yet, it really has a high end designer look and really
adds a lot and I actually hung this outside on my outdoor patio area but it would work
inside as an indoor chandelier as well. This episode just goes to show you, you can
really think outside the box and this one will hold up. It’s pretty solid when it was all said and
done. It was awesome. I love this episode. Now hold on with me because I actually decided
to do a bonus one because I had such a hard time narrowing it down to just 10. bonus but
number 10 is my extreme Christmas bedroom makeover that I did just last month. What I really love about this episode is my bedroom
was so boring, so vanilla and it feels like we as adults always put ourselves last and
we really should invest a little time and effort into our bedrooms because that’s where
we spend a lot of time. And, yes, granted we are sleeping in it, but
there is some decompression and relaxing time in there and so to create a place that makes
you feel cozy and relaxed is really important. I put a holiday twist on it, so coming up
pretty soon we’re going to do a little refresh on the room to give it kind of like an everyday feel. In this episode I talk a little bit about
when it’s important to invest some money and when it’s important to save. If everything is cheap, cheap, cheap, cheap,
cheap, then it kind of all sort of looks cheap. But if you splurge a little here, save a lot
there, then everything together kind of has that really nice designer look and you’ve
saved a lot of money along the way. That’s my goal on here. My bonus one, if you will, number 11… we’ll
call it, was my Magnolia cake stand knock off. You guys really loved this episode and we
knocked off a Magnolia cake stand, a wooden one, and it turned out really close to the
original. So in this episode I had to think outside
the box again and we created metal scalloped edge by using Popsicle sticks and what was
nice about it is this definitely has a farmhouse vibe. Obviously since we are knocking off Magnolia,
it’s going to have a little bit of it, but the metallic edging kind of gave it a like
a little fun Punchiness now my plans for 2020 I don’t know,
2020 for me just feels like it’s going to be an awesome year. I’m so excited for it. I’ve got a lot of fun things planned. We’re gonna continue to do knockoffs. We’re going to do some more room makeovers. We’re going to continue to teach you how to
use power tools and not be intimidated by them and we’re getting an equipment upgrade
so hopefully the video quality and the audio quality will continue to improve because this
is my baby and you guys are my community and I want to improve the experience for you and
continue to bring you quality content that doesn’t waste your time. I’m going to tell you too much more because
I want you to watch it. With that being said, here’s the playlist
that I promise you with all of the episodes that I’ve referenced here on this episode
today. Enjoy it. Watch ’em all they’re awesome. So we’ll see you next week. Have a good day. Bye.

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What was your favorite episode of mine this year? Check out the playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjjYvI3QMK433i-_TkGInjdIg-hYYn2pc

Hi NataLee,
My first favorite was the Pottery Barn dupe of the wine barrel lazy Susan! #2 was the nightstand makeover. I thought that was so cool. Another episode that didn't make your cut but made mine was the drapery episode and matching throw pillows. I thought the drapes came out gorgeous! Thanks for all you do and thanks again for the gift card! Happy New Year to you! 2020 is going to be awesome for your channel!!!! xo

From the beginning, youโ€™ve always been like five steps above a lot of you tubers. All of your projects are upscale and lovely. I am really tired of all the Dollar Tree videos, Iโ€™ve unsubscribed to most of them. You know youโ€™re one of my very favorites because you always come up with things that look expensive and are well made and not tacky. You look gorgeous, I love your top! I hope youโ€™re right about 2020 being a good year, I know I could surely use a good year!๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒบ

What a great walk through some of my fave videos! Although, I did LOVE the dining room chairs! You know I love the GCUPT episodes and love love love participating in them! Itโ€™s been a blast getting to โ€˜knowโ€™ you this year…cheers to 2020! ๐ŸŽ‰

I truly enjoyed them all!! My kids and I all agree that your projects turn out better than Pottery Barn's same over-priced offerings! You rock!! I am so looking forward to your projects in the upcoming year and beyond! PS…I too live in FL and used to live near a lake. We ALWAYS had to check our patio and surrounds for gators before we exited. Lol ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽ‰HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽ‰

You are so talented! That Farmhouse chandelier is seriously so impressive!!! Love it! ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

You have delivered a very enviable year's worth of unique projects, NataLee. You can and should be very proud of your achievements. Happy New Year and may it be an especially wonderful one for you. Thank you for taking all of us along for the ride. Cheers, Ardith

Great ideas on every episode! However I must say the bedroom was spectacular! The front porch was a pushy second! Looking forward to more ideas of quality and style. Happy 2020!

Itโ€™s hard to pick a favorite! Everything you do looks very professional because you are meticulous and pay attention to detail. Itโ€™s the old โ€œ measure twice and cut onceโ€ school of thought that sets your projects apart! Canโ€™t wait to see what you bring us in 2020! Happy New Year! ๐Ÿฅณ ๐Ÿค—

Dag choosing 1 is to hard!!!! I think I'd have to choose the cutting board as my 1st fav bc it can be such a special thing to have! 2nd my Daughter Maddi is in love the Marquee Star Wars sign and wants one that says Paris! I have my work cut out!!! ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿคฃ I ABSOLUTELY want to make the wine Barrel and the lamp post is already on my list to make! I'm making the Farmhouse Chandelier now just have to get a few more Tuna cans….lmbfbo ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿคฃ it's put together and almost done!! It will go outside over my table! I Lโ™ฅ๏ธVE your Channel. Keep up the great job! I'm excited to see what 2020 brings! I wish you MANY Blessings, GREAT Health, MUCH Prosperity and JOY UNSPEAKABLE!!!!!! โ™ฅ๏ธ๐ŸŒปโ™ฅ๏ธ

You did many great projects this year one better than the other! My husband wanted to do the lamp post but we didnโ€™t have time for the holidays. That was a great one! Looking forward to the next year of projects with you! Happy New Year ๐ŸŽ† to you and your viewers!

Well, I donโ€™t even know which one to choose! Theyโ€™re all amazing! If I had to narrow it down Iโ€™d choose the tile backsplash, outdoor chandelier, Christmas bedroom decor & the monogrammed lazy Susan. Thatโ€™s about half right!?๐Ÿ˜‚ Excited to see what you have in store for 2020!๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ™Œ

This awesome! I subscribed a while back but havenโ€™t really explored your channel. Now I have a great overview and canโ€™t wait to get into some of these projects! Happy 2020 ๐Ÿฅ‚

Hi NataLee! My #1 favorite is the craft table, no, the lantern post, no, the … Lol. Love them all! Was unable to make for my daughter for Christmas, but her bday is in March so I'm shooting for that! You give me so much inspiration for sure, However my body won't let me do much. Hey! Guess what I found in the basement? A JIG SAW! Who knew? ๐Ÿ˜‚ don't remember buying one, lol. Looking forward to another year of your videos, even if I can't make alot of them, at least right away. Hope you had a Blessed Christmas and have a Happy New Year! Kelly

My favorite I have to say is the lamp post. Itโ€™s perfect because it can be used all year and decorate it for all the different holidays.โค๏ธ

You are such an inspiration!
After watching this video I got this amazing feeling of getting stuff done that I have put off for several weeks!
It feels so good to mark those off my list!
Thank you Natalie ๐Ÿ’•

Thanks NataLee your ideas have been wonderful this year! Those 10 are fantastic! I loved the chandelier and your bedroom makeover. You are always so inspiring! Looking forward to your 2020 ideas, too!

The first episode of yours I ever watched was the kitchen backsplash. I was hooked. Incidentally, I watched the Star Wars sign episode. Like you, it's difficult to pick a favorite, so what I'll do is pick the episode/s that would realistically fit my decor. I love the Newell post lantern and my favorite project is the work table. I don't believe I saw either episode, for sure not the table, but I will be saving them. Also, you inspire me to put a Christmas tree in my bedroom. I can't in this house because the rooms are too small, but in my next house I will put a pencil stick tree. Looking forward to your projects for 2020. Happy New Year, Natalee.

I have a hard time picking just one favorite. I think I will go with the lantern stand that you used for stockings. It's a great idea for people without fireplaces and it doesn't take up much room.

TFS You knocked them all out of the park in 2019. Such a great job and you are such a great inspirator !! Happy New Year 2020 ,looking forward to seeing everything. God Bless๐Ÿ‘

I would have to say I love the lamp post my self and I have gotten lucky because I had a large Table that I didnโ€™t want so I took the legs and toss out the top but the legs I kept because when I fine a nice lamp Iโ€™m going to make one ๐Ÿ˜Š but I only keep seeing the small lamps

First time here! You have a beautiful channel..I wish I knew how to make mines look good..I suck at editing lol..love this video! Beautiful diys! Tfsโค

I found you in 2019, you were talking about your move to Florida. You were working on your dining-room chairs; I really loved how you kept saying, don't be afraid, just sew a straight stitch! I really like how you do try to empower us- be it power tools or sewing machines! God Bless you and your family in 2020!

I was a new subscriber this year -or last month-and will go back and rewind and watch your videos…I believe i had mentioned in a previous video comment how I find your craft style is beautiful and of quality-esp when you put the time into a project you want something to last. Looking forward to 2020. Loved the Lantern and the cozy holiday bedroom. Happy New Year!

I just can't pick one! I picked 3: the farmhouse chandelier, the lantern, and the awesome Pottery Barn craft table knockoff. You're awesome, NataLee! Your projects are substantial and sophisticated, high-end looking and save money without looking "cheap". I'm so glad I found you!

My favorite out of your 10 was the cutting board with the recipe. Such a special piece and I think anyone can do it. Very creative. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

My favorite makeover was the farmhouse chandelier, i totally love your knockoffs and the fact that everything is not all from Dollar tree! Iโ€™m excited to see the awesome projects you come up with for 2020! Happy New Year and Happy Crafting!

I've watched them all. My absolute favorite is the light post. The Star Wars sign was awesome also. Happy New Year ๐ŸŽถ

I absolutely LOVED your mongrammed barrel DIY! But all your DIYs are awesome, really. You are definitely in a different arena than so many of the DIYers. You call them knock offs, but I think the end results are a perfect fusion of copy cat and customized!

Happy New Year Natalee! Your channel is very inspiring … looking forward to your 2020 videos! ~ Maria
ps… I really love your lamp post… It was one of my favorites of the year!

Youโ€™re awesome. Loved all your projects and of course had to subscribe to be a part of your YouTube community. Happy New Year.

Your videos inspire me especially the ones working with power tools. In 2020 I am planning on getting lots of use from my new miter saw and compressor/nail gun combo (Christmas gifts)! I can hardly wait to get started building things! Have a great year Natalee and I look forward to watching your upcoming content!!! Hugs!

So glad I found your channel. I loved them all and can't pick a favorite. I saved this video so I can try diy'ing some of them. My New Year's resolution is to actually do all the diy's I buy supplies for.๐Ÿ˜„ Thank you for sharing your creativity with us. Happy New Year! ๐ŸŽŠ

First time watching your videos and loved your flair and creativity. I noticed that you used black and gold together a lot. My favorite combination. Looking forward to being a new subscriber and seeing what you have in mind for 2020.

OMG !!!!! I'm a rather new subscriber to your channel and now a faithful viewer positively !!! My goodness girl; your projects have given me tremendous inspiration and your videos are so well explained that I feel like I can actually be successful too !!! So Thank you so much !!!! Your energy really blows my creative juices. I would โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ to attempt all your projects. I simply Love โค๏ธ them all so much. I am a 68 year old widow that has some power tools but don't know how to use them. I look forward to you teaching all of us . Thank you ๐Ÿ™ once again for putting so much into your projects and producing such great videos. I appreciate your time and efforts into every single video. ! May God bless you. Please continue making such really good informative videos . โค๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿค—

Ok natalie. 2020 is the year ill start using power tools. So jealous of the stuff you've created. It doesnt look too hard??

I just came across your channel tonight and subbed after watching this video. I love your out of the box way of accomplishing things and all of the projects I saw turned out great. Iโ€™m looking forward to watching more of your current content, as well as whatever new ideas you come up with. ๐Ÿ˜Š

Absolutely loved this! You are so creative. I had to subscribe. Have you or could you do a knock off of a Pottery Barn wooden bead chandelier ? I have a simple IKEA black iron modern farmhouse looking chandelier that when I drape wooden beads on it I almost get that kind of look.

I'm new to your channel and watching for the first time.
I love the tile backsplash. It did turn out great.
The big table that's going in your studio is simply awesome. I love it and if I had the room is make myself one.
I just heard that Ikea is involved in a big lawsuite. It seems that some of their peices have fallen over on children leaving them injured. That's not good so Ikea is off my list for now
I just read that your bedroom is the most important room in your home. It should be attractive and calming. It's the place where you sleep and recharge. No one should try to relax in a messy unattractive bed room

Itโ€™s very hard to decide but my favorite two were the lantern and the chandelier, those diyโ€™s were awesome

Girlll! How f do o you only have 25k subscribers!? I just found you and you are so my vibe! Canโ€™t wait to see 2020!

I just found your channel and canโ€™t wait to see what you do next. I can see why you had a hard time picking a favorite 10 from last year. All of your projects look amazing. I am planning to build a new house on the farm this year and I am no decorator. Donโ€™t even know where to start. I am so excited that I found you for inspiration. Thank You and Have a great 2020!!!

Loved them all !! Mirror on dresser. The hard work of the tile in kitchen wow!!! The platter from pottery barn ! ***the outside summer look I want one of those signs. To say welcome to our
Home !!! Trying to see if I can get someone to make it ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผโค๏ธ

Wow! I just found your channel n absolutely LOVE all these! Iโ€™ve been looking for a good video for DIY craft table. New Subbie! Love your work! ๐Ÿ’œ Going to binge watch your vids โ˜บ๏ธ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ Iโ€™m so glad I found your channel! U seem like a sweetheart n so genuine. Plus u won me over immediately w your stripe backdrop. ๐Ÿ˜ŠLove stripes!

Just stumbled upon your channel and you do amazing things.

There is one thing that bugs me though, it's the "Can a girl" videos.

It's not the 1950s anymore.

My 95-year-old mother's hobby has always been furniture-building.

The concept of "Can a girl" disrespects women, of all ages, who work on farms, in construction, etc..

New sub here ,thank you for starting my 2020 off with dreams of saving for new projects๐Ÿ˜€ I was so thrilled to see my pancake compresser,my nail/staple gun,as well as my palm sander ๐Ÿ˜€ I am disabled, but with a little help from lightweight tools I can make things buildable, ๐Ÿ˜€ I am going to be making a foux fireplace/media consol this year ,as well as a foux brick texture wall to put it against ๐Ÿ˜‰ hence my nailer, and sander cuz going over a paneled wall with joint compound will take sanding lol ,so many plans and dreams this coming year ,no more will lack of $,or my disability keep me from being creative

Oops put coment on bench video,my fave btw, anyways, they have quite a few 1qt paint sprayer that are compatible with your compressor a lot under $50 ๐Ÿ˜€

Oh boy your in trouble ,you gave me so many ideas๐Ÿ˜ƒ I want to try and make my motion sensor porch light into… a post porch light ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€ let you know how it worked out lol

So true ,about splurge and save. Thank you .classy long lasting pieces. Just found your channel, subscribed ..โฃโฃโฃโฃโฃโฃโฃ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน.all the projects you did were amazing but my favs lantern and chandelier, loved the small dresser too.

Found you this morning and loved this video. I've got a bar wall that I've been struggling with and then saw your Star Wars DIY and throught I could make a lighted sign with the word 'cocktails'! I subscribed and will spend time going through your videos for ideas and tips.

Hi! Beautiful ๐Ÿ˜Š
Happy New Year ๐ŸŽ†
I love them all, but omg l adore the crafting table and the farmhouse chandelier ๐Ÿ˜ I definitely will give it a try โ˜บ Thank You so much for sharing with us ๐Ÿ˜Š

I am a retired artist living in a studio apt. In CA. I really like the double book case desk from cub storage! But when I went to your web site couldn't find it. Can you please help me? Really need this piece of furniture!!!

Just subscribed and I'm floored by the beautification of your diy's and you do them so neatly. I'm very impressed and looking forward to more. It also astonishes me how expensive some items are and then you can make your own for less. Just goes to show, pricier isn't always better.

I love your channel and all your DIY but I will love if you can make some videos on how you do your make up and clothing hauls. Thank you!!!

New sub here. Hello from south Florida I was compelled to check out your channel from โ€œthe Latina next doorโ€. Yami is wonderful & inspiring to me & when she mentioned โ€œdesign to the ninesโ€ I just had to come on over. So glad I did because I love your ideas your creativity & your personality. I canโ€™t wait to binge on your projects.

How is it that all this time I didn't know about you or your channel โฃ๏ธ๐Ÿ’• I was a designer and decorater for over 20 years & love design, Diy's and furniture makeovers!!! Actually any kinds of makeovers, that I've been doing most my life… I now have a ton of new, exciting & "more me" to go & watch. Thank you so much Sincerely Lori K.โฃ๏ธOh & yes I subscribed โฃ๏ธ

Ya I sent me. I watched your favs and now Iโ€™m hooked. You got a new subbie.๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š Iโ€™m off to binge watch your videos. โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ

You're a talented and gutsy lady. I'm impressed. I'm happy to find and watch you do it things that are possible to do. Often when they show some of the cute things that come from Dollar tree or Dollar General by the time you see it, find your car keys and drive to the store there aren't and product left to do it with. I find this extremely frustrating.I almost always change it things a little and make it mine. But sometimes it's perfect as shown and no product and your screwed. You also use other stores with a larger base. Like Home Depot and Pottery Barn. Some of these have a better quality ..so thanks.

Hi. Iโ€™m from/in the Orlando area also. Have you tried the newer facilities over in the Lee Vista areas? Also, there are a couple of good ones in the Altamonte springs areas.

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