I love me some easy projects, and I love me some good Farmhouse style decor. Today myself and a great group of ladies with farmhouse taste have joined together to share our farmhouse decor with all of you. Easy DIY projects that will help add that farmhouse charm to your home. I’m eager to see what they all made, and hope that it inspires you all today. I am sharing easy farmhouse hanging glass bottles. I have to say I was inspired when I saw these over on the Magnolia website and since I had some glass bottles of my own and some twine on hand, I knew this would be a great one to create and share.
If it’s you’re first time here, I’m Deb and I live in NJ. I have a 1985 suburban colonial home that we made over with modern farmhouse style. Everyday I am adding new decor or DIY to give our home that pretty touch while sticking to a budget. I am also a wife, mom of 2, and have a dog…so keeping that bright and white farmhouse look definitely comes at a struggle. I hope you all stick around and get inspired…and then head on over to the next bloggers home’s and take a look at what she created for you all today.
small glass bottles
Step 1: wrap twine around bottle and knot multiple times. (continue with each bottle 3x)
Step 2: Hang each twine piece a different lengths and tie together at top.
Step 3: Add faux floral’s or real…and hang!
More Farmhouse Decor
More Simple Farmhouse Decor
Follow these links below
Farmhouse Style Mantel Shelf from The Mountain View Cottage
Simple DIY Angled Blanket Ladder Tutorial from A Burst of Beautiful
Printable Barn Quilt Wall Banner from Delightfully Noted
How to Force Bulbs Indoors from Tidbits
DIY Linen Pillow Covers from Boxwood Avenue
Easy DIY Chalkboard from A House and a Dog
Farmhouse Hanging Glass Bottles from Seeking Lavender Lane
DIY Rustic Wooden Tote from Little Glass Jar
Simple Farmhouse Decor from The Homemaking Momma
DIY Linen and Flannel Throw Blanket from Farmhouse on Boone
This is such a cute and simple idea! Love it!
Thank you so much Lisa! xoxo
These are adorable!!!
Thanks so much Tracy!