10 MORE Magnolia Market Looks to DIY

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If you think you’ve got to pass up your favorite Magnolia Market decor because of the price tag, think again!  Don’t overlook the power of a DIY stand-in!   Chip and Joanna Gaines have an eye for easy, antique farmhouse style.  We love their shop, Magnolia Market (along with most of the country!) and wish we could style our whole house with their products.  Fortunately, there are some great pieces you can make yourself.  We’re going to show you three different look-alike versions for each Magnolia Market find we can’t resist.  We’ve already given you 10 Magnolia Market decor items and their DIY counterparts, so here are 10 MORE Magnolia Market Looks to DIY!


Rustic Treat Stand


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Treat Stand

Shades of Blue Interiors // Shanty 2 Chic // Shanty 2 Chic

Create an antique inspired wooden tray with thrifted or inexpensive wooden bowls and a turned table leg. // 2x4s, wooden candle sticks and a finial come together for this iteration. // Upcycle decorative hat boxes into this thrifty version!


Cotton Wreath


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Ella Claire // Country Design Style // A Mrs. Among Magnolias

Add cotton stems to a twig wreath for this unique take. // Believe it or not, you can make this entirely with things from the dollar store and your backyard! // This tutorial totally nails the Magnolia Market wreath!  It’s a dead ringer.


Hobnail Jar


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The Kindred Street // Ribbons and Glue // At Charlotte’s House

Puffy paint and spray paint combine to create some cute vases. // Use liquid glass and spray paint to create the look on these jars. // For a fun, translucent and color-tint look, use glass paint in 3D and flat finishes.

Farmhouse Kitchen Sign


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Kitchen Sign

Simply Kierste // Remodelaholic // A Girl and a Glue Gun

The frame around this DIY farmhouse sign gives it that authentic Magnolia Market look. // A distressed vintage sign can be easier to make than you think. // Ok, so this doesn’t say “kitchen,” but it has a kitchen theme, a DIY wood frame and totally captures that farmhouse feel Magnolia Market sells! 


Garden-Themed Tea Towels


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Damask Love // DIY Candy // Sarah Hearts

These adorable hand-stamped tea towels have a vegetable theme – along with mason jars!  Perfect! // Use an iron-on transfer and a watercolor paint technique for the vibrant, blended colors. // Fruit-themed tea towels using actual fruit for the stamp, bright colors and a bit of embroidery have that same homey feel.


Enamel Bowls


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Alisa Burke // fellow fellow // The Lovely Drawer

It’s not difficult to achieve this fun look in a dotted design made with a porcelain pen. // Try geometric patterns in squares especially to get the same look. // These small bowls with a two-toned opaque ceramic paint treatment capture the essence of the enamel store bought bowls.


Hanging Slate-board


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Ruffled // The Labeled Life // Lilacs & Longhorns 

You can’t get any easier than using slate tile for this DIY! // Using a wood slice give it an even more rustic touch. // Not even kidding, this is a cabinet door.  Upcycle worn out pieces for a farmhouse feel. 


Rustic Industrial Wall Vases


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Wall Vase

Sweet Peach // wikiHow // Shanty 2 Chic

Use a leather strap to affix the mason jar to the scrap wood for a unique take. // Make your backdrop out of planks instead of one solid piece of wood. // Or use a bottle and pipe rail ties as a great alternative. 

Large-Scale Family Sign


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Love Sign

Sugar Bee Crafts // Christina’s Adventures // Occasionally Crafty

This huge hand-lettered sign has a handmade frame and a cute love-y quote. // This is another tutorial for a large wooden sign with frame, and the cursive phrase is homey. // White background, black cursive quote about family and a farmhouse frame.  Perfection. 


Vintage Perpetual Calendar


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Our Messy Table // Shades of Blue Interiors // Jon-A-Tron on Instructables

This DIY version is a near twin of the Magnolia Market calendar!  // Using brass card label holders was a genius way to create this look-alike. // A more modern version hangs on the wall, but it still has the clean lines, wooden frame and hand stamped elements that give the perpetual calendar its charm.


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