Wall of Wisdom: Vintage Motto Sampler Gallery

Wall of Wisdom: Vintage Motto Sampler Gallery

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 ›

DIY Wrapped Canvas Embroidered Wall Art

DIY Wrapped Canvas Embroidered Wall Art

Maybe it’s the warmer weather…or maybe it’s the yards in bloom, but I’ve been on SUCH a vintage bed sheet (covered in flowers, of course) kick lately. I make a beeline for the linens section in every thrift store now, and have come away with a LOT of fabric. I love using sheets in projects, and decided to pair up my vintage sheet obsession with my burgeoning love of needlework projects. This post contains affiliate links for your crafting convenience.Read more ›

Round Trip: Oval-Framed Vintage Road Maps

Round Trip: Oval-Framed Vintage Road Maps

A couple of months ago, I posted a photo on my Sadie Seasongoods Facebook page– it was a project I had worked on a year ago, before I had even started my blog. The response on Facebook was overwhelming- folks LOVED the oval-framed maps. Framing maps is something I love to do and I regularly create new ones for my Etsy shop.Read more ›

DIY Wall Art using Vintage Doilies & Embroidery Hoops

DIY Wall Art using Vintage Doilies & Embroidery Hoops

As you’ve probably noticed, I’m a fan of crocheted vintage doilies and the handmade lace trims of days gone by. No surprise, figuring out inventive ways to display them is a favorite past time. So when I saw this idea online and wanted to give it go myself. This post contains affiliate links for your crafting convenience.Read more ›

Unlocked- Displaying Antique Key Plates

Unlocked- Displaying Antique Key Plates

One of my all-time favorite stories from a trip to Ireland was about the famous colored doors in Dublin. Folklore says that the doors were painted in bright colors so that drunk Irishmen could find their own home after a night of many pints- apparently there had been a slew of “stranger in my bed” incidents, which led to the pretty painted doors.

I’ve now heard that that tale is rubbish- but it left an indelible impression on me and I’ve been enamored with painted antique key plates ever since. This post contains affiliate links for your crafting convenience.Read more ›