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ROOM MAKEOVER 2016 | BLACK, WHITE, GOLD THEME!

What I got and Where I got it and How Much it Cost:

Black Futon – Nebraska Furniture Mart (I said Ikea in the video but I was wrong) $199.99
Canvas with Gold Strokes – Hobby Lobby $16.00 each
White/Gold Lamp – Hobby Lobby $44.99
Gold Leaf – Hobby Lobby $4.99
Elephant Jewelry Holder – Tuesday Morning $6.99
Gold Elephant – Hobby Lobby $4.99
Dressers – Old/Refurbished
Semi-Gloss White Spray Paint – Walmart $3.86 each
Black Flat Spray Paint – Walmart $3.86 each
Gold Metallic Spray Paint – Walmart $3.86 each
Black Curtains – Overstock $69.29
White Sheer Curtains – Tuesday Morning $29.99
Glass Jar – Dollar Tree $1.00
Black Pencil Can holders – Dollar Tree $1.00 each
Hello Gorgeous Black Pillow – Tuesday Morning $9.99
Gold Arrow Pillow – Hobby Lobby $19.99
Black/Gold Chalk Board – Hobby Lobby $14.99
Arrow Candle Holders - $19.98 (for both)
Light Switch Plate – Hobby Lobby $2.49
Large Black Area Rug – Walmart $69.99
Small Black Area Rug under TV Stand – Walmart $9.99
Gold Glass End Table – Hobby Lobby $69.99
Previous Blue Couch – Sold for $60.00

TOTAL ROOM MAKEOVER COST $510.42

Click here to order the BLUE FISH THEME Planner Kit – LIMITED EDITION
https://www.etsy.com/listing/468018021/blue-fish-planner-kit-limited-edition

Click here to order the FLAMINGO QUEEN Planner KIT!
https://www.etsy.com/listing/466653773/flamingo-queen-planner-kit

Click here for my CLUE MYSTERY KIT! (My favorite of all time)
https://www.etsy.com/listing/465262073/planner-mystery-kit

or
Click here to visit my new etsy shop and see what else I have for sale:
www.cheapcraftygirl.etsy.com



Click here for Paula Deen’s ‘NOT YO MAMA Banana Pudding’ Recipe:

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/paula-deen/not-yo-mamas-banana-pudding-recipe.html


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Blue – https://youtu.be/b8bhkATKqgs
Pink - https://youtu.be/aA76Sz07Qr4

Dollar Tree DIY: Sunflower Center Piece:
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My new SHOP WITH ME Series:
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She-In Try on Haul:
https://youtu.be/mzPWq_5p7bM

Check out my recent HAUL AND REVIEW for SHEIN.COM!!
https://youtu.be/GYt2VsBkhdw

Click here for my CLEANING ROUTINE video:
https://youtu.be/lz8981657Jk

||| P L A Y L I S T S |||
I just created a NEW playlist! My SUMMER DIY:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPsIRRC1hrRgBCvJxNArzYZuLreg_T9Zl

Plan With CraftyGirl Playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPsIRRC1hrRjyRe4NJN1n_NZR6Ap4PjqJ

Want to watch my entire playlist of hauls??? Click here!
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPsIRRC1hrRhwXSMt-4bQSJI5GEIZnmjl

||| LETS BE FRIENDS |||
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Business inquiries: email me at [email protected]
PO BOX 261528
PLANO, TX 75026-1528

ROOM MAKEOVER 2016 | BLACK, WHITE, GOLD THEME!

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