Last month, I introduced my three-part upcycled herb garden series with Part 1- by sowing herb seeds in rusty, thrifted muffin tins / pans as starter pots! But several weeks have since passed and it’s time to bring you Part 2, which involves another repurposed thrift store find…Read more ›
For nearly a year now, I’ve had an antique window sash sitting in my garage, waiting for his project-day to arrive. I bought it during a road trip to Forest City, North Carolina because it was the perfect size (24” X 19.5”), definitely vintage (sash cords still attached- so maybe from the ‘30s or ‘40s?), and was perfectly chippy.Read more ›
I will be perfectly honest with you- sometimes I start a project, or think of a project, and wonder if it’ll end up being too silly to post, or just ridiculously hokey to the point that no one else would want to recreate it.
That happened initially with this project- half way through, I had serious doubts.
But I’m so, SO glad I kept the faith and finished it, because I seriously love it- fantastically easy and the end result is so cheery, that you can’t help but smile instinctively when you see it. This post contains affiliate links for your crafting convenience.Read more ›
Happy Daylight Savings Time Day (if you’re happy about it)!! In honor of the time change, I decided to switch out the early/pre-Spring wreath I made from an old bed sheet and hang something more symbolic of March and April- such as an umbrella…Read more ›