Easy Coffee Sign for Farmhouse Kitchen Decor

Easy Coffee Sign for Farmhouse Kitchen Decor

Now that cooler weather is approaching (hurray!), I thought a coffee-themed project would be wonderfully seasonal. I love coffee kitchen decor, so why not make an easy, simple coffee sign that would double as farmhouse kitchen decor?Read more ›

Get Out the Vote – Upcycling Campaign Buttons and Vintage Ribbons into a Patriotic Wreath

Get Out the Vote – Upcycling Campaign Buttons and Vintage Ribbons into a Patriotic Wreath

If you live in the States, then you may have noticed that it’s an election year. There’s an awful lot of anger and ugliness associated with it, so here’s my attempt to diffuse the bitter divide with a bi-partisan upcycling project. Washington may not be able to cross the aisle, but Sadie can! And I’ll be doing it with vintage pins / campaign buttons from old elections into a patriotic wreath for Get Out the Vote!Read more ›

Wooden Keepsake Box and DIY Wood Pumpkin from Salad Bowls

Wooden Keepsake Box and DIY Wood Pumpkin from Salad Bowls

Somewhere in my Pinterest meanderings, I stumbled across a wooden keepsake box that had been made by upcycling a pair of round bowls and painted to look like Earth. I knew I wanted to do something similar to create a DIY Wood Pumpkin, but I just needed the right set of wooden salad bowls. And then, there they were, staring me in the face from the Goodwill shelf.Read more ›

Halloween Silhouettes as Halloween Window Decorations

Halloween Silhouettes as Halloween Window Decorations

Vintage embroidery hoops are one of those things that you can almost always find in thrift stores. And I like them SO much better than modern-made hoops. But either way, they are the perfect thing to use for this upcycling idea for Halloween window decorations. More specifically, I wanted to upcycle them into Halloween Silhouettes.

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Coastal Wall Decor from a Thrift Store Book

Coastal Wall Decor from a Thrift Store Book

A thrift store book and a collage photo frame (or multi photo frame) aren’t typically related or even found near each other in your average thrift store. But, I decided to combine the two into one easy project that anyone can do. And even though my result was coastal wall decor, the theme and style could change depending on the book you use!
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30+ Wooden Crate Ideas for Vintage Soda Crates

30+ Wooden Crate Ideas for Vintage Soda Crates

What is it about vintage soda crates or vintage wooden crates that we all love so much? I have a wide circle of vintage-loving friends, and I think we can all agree that a chippy paint old coca cola crate is truly something to be treasured. No matter the beverages these crates once held, the colors of the advertisement, or the size of the compartments within, vintage crates are just begging to be used in home decor.Read more ›

Faux Wrought Iron Umbrella Stand from a Broken Yard Urn

Faux Wrought Iron Umbrella Stand from a Broken Yard Urn

Consider this project an exercise in looking at things differently. Especially odd things…things you just can’t figure out…or, while thrifting, don’t know what their originally intended purpose even was.

That last part- about not really knowing what it originally was supposed to be used for- is exactly what happened to me the last time I was at my local Habitat ReStore. Before I even made it into the store, one of the items outside the front door caught my eye.Read more ›

Farmhouse Style Cat Toy Box and Storage

Farmhouse Style Cat Toy Box and Storage

Compared to many bloggers, my house is a hot mess…that’s why you’ll never see a “Sadie’s Home Tour” blog post from me!! Jon and I live a very big life in a fairly small house, and I am admittedly better at crafting that I am at interior design.

And while we don’t have kids, we do have two cats…which means the floors- all floors!- are often a minefield of cat toys and other inanimate objects that became cat toys, if you know what I mean.Read more ›

Vintage Hot Pad Coin Purse / Card Wallet

Vintage Hot Pad Coin Purse / Card Wallet

Several months ago, I found these sweet crocheted hot pads at a favorite vintage shop of mine in Landrum, South Carolina. I couldn’t resist their little clock faces, despite some significant staining.Read more ›

Reusable Bowl Covers with a Vintage Bandana

Reusable Bowl Covers with a Vintage Bandana

If you are looking for ways to reduce waste (like me), then this idea might be for you! I love using my antique stoneware bowls, but because they don’t have lids, I end up using foil or plastic wrap to cover them. So, I decided to make some reusable bowl covers for a recent Independence Day party.
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