2020-01-17
funny pillow cases DIY Paper Towel Holder- Easiest Project EVER! pillow covers farmhouse

Hello friends! As I write this I am wrapped up in my Snuggie {yes, I have a Snuggie–;they are hideous, but so practical and cozy} because it is 20 degrees outside. That is COLD for North Carolina! I hope you all are staying warm.

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I am sharing with you a quick and easy project today–;it's perfect for all you busy, hard working people out there :)I am going to show you how to make aDIYpaper towel holder that you can proudly leave out on display so that your paper towels are always at your fingertips.

Today’s project is for anyone with kids {or messy eaters} that would like to have paper towels on hand for every meal. Our twin girls are 4 now and are generally pretty clean eatersfunny pillow cases, but we do still have our fair share of spills and mess during meals, so we really need to have paper towels on hand. We used to jumpup to retrieve paper towels from our counter top where they used to be stored because I didn'twant to have an ugly roll of paper towels sitting on our table all the time, especially after we finished our $700 kitchen makeover and were SOOOO proud of how it turned out. But, I cameup with a way to store paper towels on our table in a pretty way. YAY! This post contains some affiliate links. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.

Materials Needed to Make a DIY Paper Towel Holder:

Steps to Make a DIY Paper Towel Holder:

I found this beautiful vase at HomeGoods forever ago. I loved the size and shape, but yellow was not the color that I wanted. I decided to snap it up anyway because I knew spray paint could fix that! So, for me, spray painting the vase was the first step. I found a color that would work perfectly in our kitchen and got to work. It was quick and easy.

After the paint dried, I popped our paper towels in and set it on our table. I finished this project around 8 months ago and our paper towels have sat on our table every day since I finished it because they are no longer an eye sore–;the vase is so pretty to look at!

Isn't that AWESOME?! I seriously wish I had thought of it years ago. Now, if you want a pretty paper towel holder at your house but aren't sure where to find the perfect vase, you are in luck. As best I can tell, this is the exact vase I purchased at HomeGoods. This one is from Amazon, for only $31.57.

If you want to see more of our kitchen makeover, you can check out Part 1 here and Part 2 here. It's FULL of thrifty and stylish ideas that you can incorporate into your own home!

We’ve had the pleasure of working with artist Hillery Sproatt for some time now, and the results are never short of wonderful.

First we had the Cute Crib Sheet Tutorial which was a really easy way to make a crib sheet using your sewing machine. Then we had the Crib Sheet Tutorial: Part 2, a more finished end product for gift-giving, featuring encased elastic all the way around the edge. Now here is the Serger Crib Sheet. This version is the simplest of them all with the help of a serger. It’s not the prettiest but it’s definitely the fastest way to turn a few yards of lovely fabric into a crib sheet for your babe.Start a piece of fabric 42/44″ x 66″. I used Aneela Hoey, Walk In The Woods which is on sale right now! If you are gifting the sheet and would prefer to not pre-wash the fabric, keep the length at 68″ instead. Quinn’s awesome boots are c/o Boggs.

If you are to start your day on the right foot, you have to end it with a good sleep. Unfortunately, in a bid to have a kitchen, living room or bathroom that?guests will gasp in awe at, the bedroom is always the first budget casualty.