My First Makeunder: DIY Library Card Catalog

My First Makeunder: DIY Library Card Catalog

Y’all know I love me some spray paint…or any paint, for that matter. And usually when I work on a thrift store piece, it involves ADDING paint- but not this time. Read more ›

Organization: The Easiest Upcycle

Organization: The Easiest Upcycle

Earlier this month, I did a repurposing-based video shoot for a local thrift store. I was able to choose the theme of it (beyond just upcycling and repurposing) and because it was in the earliest days of January, I chose to focus on Organization. “Getting organized” is often a New Year’s resolution for folks, and I don’t know about you, but getting organized sounds a lot more fun that losing weight or saving money!Read more ›

Spool Your Jewels- Necklace Rack

Spool Your Jewels- Necklace Rack

You’ve probably figured out by now that I’m a bit of a jewelry hoarder; Accessories have always been my “thing”. Funky necklaces, flowing scarves, and quirky handbags have always trumped any outfit I’ve worn- as is the fate of many short, round gals.

So jewelry storage- or in my case, display- is always a challenge. And by challenge, I mean “Project Opportunity”, obviously! And today’s post is no exception- creating a jewelry display using two of my favorite items: salvaged wood and vintage wooden spools wound with rich, glossy thread.Read more ›

Lazy Susan Craft Room Organizer

Lazy Susan Craft Room Organizer

After having seen this Lazy Susan Organizer on Pinterest, I felt compelled to re-create it for my craft room. Mind you, I’m quickly running out of space in my craft room for any actual organization- but I was on a mission to make my own spinning project. This post contains affiliate links for your crafting convenience.Read more ›

Caffeinated Cuff Rack- Mug Tree Bracelet Holder

Caffeinated Cuff Rack- Mug Tree Bracelet Holder

Alright, this really isn’t a “craft”. All it entails is painting.

BUT, that means anyone- and I mean ANYONE- can do it. You don’t even need “craft supplies”.

I had first seen this set-up at thrift store counters. Now, they didn’t do the paint job that I’m talking about here, but turning a thrifted coffee mug tree into a bracelet display is definitely not a complicated (or even novel) idea. In fact, here are the motor skills required: (1) Grasp coffee mug; (2) Slide mug off stick; (3) Grasp bracelet; and (4) Slide bracelet onto stick.Read more ›