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Welcome Fall Home Tours – Day 3 and a DIY TV Cover

Posted by on Sep 24, 2014 in crafts, fall home tour | 3 comments

Well, it’s Wednesday…Hump Day itself.

But there will be no just “getting through the day” attitudes around here!

Because today I’m going to be sharing 5 of the most AMAZING home tours you’ve ever seen!

Like seriously be prepared to be wowed!

So forget Hump Day…this is SUPER FUN FALL HOME TOUR DAY!

{And if you scroll to the bottom of this post…I’ll show you how I made this real quick:}

DIY Television Cover

The homes today are going to fill your brains to overflowing with some of the best ideas around!

Enjoy!

Fall Home Tour @ DaisyMaeBelle

Wednesday:

Dimples & Tangles

Refresh Restyle

Cedar Hill Farmhouse

Craftberry Bush

CLICK HERE for the full tour schedule…you won’t want to miss any of them!

And now back to the television cover…

I’m not a fan of the giant black box. I know that it is necessary for the man in my house and I have to admit I enjoy a little HGTV myself.

But when it’s not in use…I’d just as soon cover it up!

So here is what I did.

1. Find a giant wood frame at a thrift store that was large enough to cover my television.

This might take some time. Be patient and keep your measurements with you. 🙂

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2. Find a friend with power tools to disassemble a pallet and cut the boards to the size of the frame.

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3. Nail the boards into the back of the frame.

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4.  Turn the frame around and you have perfectly framed pallet wood that is ready to be decorated for the seasons!

DIY TV Cover

Now go enjoy those tours!

And if you haven’t entered for your chance to win 1 of 2 $250 Visa Giftcards…ENTER HERE!

Life to the full!

Melissa

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3 Comments

  1. I used to be able to finbd good info from your blog articles.

  2. g’d mornin’ Melissa . . . let me just say, this is another AWESOME idea. . . before I even consider taking this on (and I will) I’m curious about a couple of things . . . 1) how did you affix the cover to the wall &/ or television?? and 2) how heavy was your final piece? thanks again!!! 😀

  3. This is such a great idea!! I need to get my TV on the wall, then hide it. I have plenty of Pallet Wood and big frames. Sharing on my FB page today. Love it!

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