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Painting a Faux Granite Counter Top

Painting a Faux Granite Counter TopMake your counter tops look like they are granite by painting them with a natural stone looking pattern. Painting a faux granite counter top can be an easy way to improve the look of your counters.

 

The finished concrete soap holder.

Concrete Soap HolderIf you need a soap holder, make one yourself. Cement and pebbles are great for this. You will spend quite a bit of money and get an original soap holder. Of course, you can just stick the pebbles into the cement, but then the tops of the pebbles are unlikely to be on the same level. I came up with the idea of first laying pebbles in a mold, and then pouring cement.

 

A decorative bottle filled with sand and shells.

Beach In A BottleI use these in my beach themed bathroom. You can use any bottles as long as the opening is big enough for the shell to go through. Craft stores have sand in different shades, shells in different shapes/sizes and pebbles. You can get some from the beach but you should wash them so the bottle doesn't get cloudy, grow mold or bacteria.

 

No More Messy Bathroom Shelf - finished bathroom counter makeover

No More Messy Bathroom ShelfI will be honest, I did this so my cat Connor would have more room in the morning to sit on the bathroom counter. There, I said it!

 

Cute Candlestick Holder Caddies - nail polish caddy

Cute Candlestick Holder CaddiesThe Dollar Tree glass candlestick holders are a fun item to use for crafting. These two items were made from a pair of the holders and are useful for organizing the bathroom.

 

Refurbishing a Small Trash Can

Refurbishing a Small Trash CanA small trash can that is older or an unattractive colored is easy to spruce up with a bit of paint and torn fabric. Make it more compatible with your decor. The materials needed and steps followed for this makeover follow.

 

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Flour Flower Mesh Cup - finished decorated cup

Flour Flower Mesh CupI wanted to spruce up my plain looking mesh cup so I dipped some foliage from my garden in a flour/water paste to preserve their shape, let them dry, then did a bit of painting and gluing to put this all together. I'm so happy with it, it's pretty enough to go on my rather girly makeup table.

 

Foam Bath Mat - on floor over fabric one

Foam Bath MatThis is a mat made out of foam bars and rope. It's made with supplies from the Dollar Store. It's a very frugal version of the mats made with wood bars and metal rods which are more expensive to make.

 

stack of towels

Making Curtains From Towels?A nice casual look can be achieved in your bathroom by decorating with homemade curtains using towels, in your choice of color or pattern. This is a page about making curtains from towels.

 

Stack of Colorful Towels

Decorative Towel IdeasThis is a page about decorative towel ideas. Using lace, trimmings, embroidery or fabric, you can customize bathroom towels for holiday decor or a special gift.

 

lace tank topper

Making Toilet Tank/Lid CoversThis is a page about making toilet tank/lid covers. If you can sew, crochet, or knit you can make toilet tank and lid covers to dress up the bathroom.

 

Folded Towel Carrot

Folded Towel CarrotThis is a page about making a folded towel carrot. Your guests will be delighted by these clever folded towel carrots.

 

Valentine Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

Valentine Mason Jar Soap DispenserCreate decorative soap dispensers by using mason jars and recycled pump dispensers from inexpensive store bought liquid hand soap plastic dispensers. Add themed fabric circles and ribbon to create a very pretty dispenser for liquid hand soap or lotions.

 

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Beauty Bath BarPaint a design over one side of the bar of soap, using the acrylic paints. Let dry. Meanwhile, in a double boiler over medium heat, place canning wax.

 

Closeup of TP holder hanging on door knob.

Toilet Paper HolderThis is an old craft revisited and made much simpler now with a glue gun.

 

Beach Reminder Jars - Closeup of lid.

Beach Reminder JarsI picked up these interesting little jars at a thrift store for 25 cents. They sort of reminded me of perfume jars so I thought they would be nice in the bathroom.

 

Denim Toilet Seat and Tank Covers - Toilet seat cover made from denim.

Denim Toilet Seat and Tank CoversThis is a denim toilet seat and tank cover set I made from some lightweight denim scraps I had, combined with an old doily and some scraps of lace.

 

Cute Candlestick Holder Caddies - nail polish caddy

Cute Candlestick Holder CaddiesThe Dollar Tree glass candlestick holders are a fun item to use for crafting. These two items were made from a pair of the holders and are useful for organizing the bathroom.

 

Custom Bathroom Door Design - painted bathroom door

Custom Bathroom Door DesignMost people have an indoor bathroom with a standard size door. We wanted a tropical outdoor bathroom for our home. We made our bathroom out of lava rocks that we gathered in the river. The opening was too large for a standard door so we made our own. Recently I decided the door needed a brand new look so I gave it a designer paint job to fit the décor of my garden.

 

Hanging hair bow board.

Hair Bow BoardA useful and pretty bow holder made of inexpensive, if not on-hand, scraps.

 

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A decorative bottle filled with sand and shells.

Beach In A BottleI use these in my beach themed bathroom. You can use any bottles as long as the opening is big enough for the shell to go through. Craft stores have sand in different shades, shells in different shapes/sizes and pebbles. You can get some from the beach but you should wash them so the bottle doesn't get cloudy, grow mold or bacteria.

 

The finished concrete soap holder.

Concrete Soap HolderIf you need a soap holder, make one yourself. Cement and pebbles are great for this. You will spend quite a bit of money and get an original soap holder. Of course, you can just stick the pebbles into the cement, but then the tops of the pebbles are unlikely to be on the same level. I came up with the idea of first laying pebbles in a mold, and then pouring cement.

 

No More Messy Bathroom Shelf - finished bathroom counter makeover

No More Messy Bathroom ShelfI will be honest, I did this so my cat Connor would have more room in the morning to sit on the bathroom counter. There, I said it!

 

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