So…obviously, this isn’t exactly a project, per se. But it’s an idea that has been slumbering in my mind for a long time now, and I finally set aside the time to put it together. It all started with a large open wall in our bedroom…and a vintage motto sampler…that led to another sampler…and another sampler after that.Read more ›
Not too long ago, I posted a photo on my Facebook page that garnered a LOT of attention- an embroidered flower on a vintage mesh strainer. It was gorgeous and unique…and I was immediately struck with an idea of my own. Why not do something similar with a vintage aluminum colander, the kind that is covered in stars??
Embroidery hoops and Halloween… who knew they could go hand in hand for so many projects?
Especially when you throw in a $1 bright orange sweater from the thrift store. White tag clothing was $1 the other day at a local thrift store… and with Halloween on my mind, coupled with the desire to curl up on the couch with Netflix and a sewing project…well, the $1 orange sweater came home with me.
Using an old sweater as the backdrop for embroidery is nothing new… but it’s typically a Christmas-time project. Why not switch it up for Halloween with some spooky hoops? This post contains affiliate links for your crafting convenience.Read more ›
It probably comes as no surprise that Jon and I are road trip junkies. Living in Upstate South Carolina gives us access to much of the southeast and mid-Atlantic… and vacations often have a junkin’/Sadie-blogging aspect. Plus, driving our car allows us to fill it up with vintage and thrifted treasures. So marrying our love of road trips with my love of vintage road maps inspired this fun and easy project. Read more ›