Decorative Garden Stones from Jelly Moulds / Copper Molds

Decorative Garden Stones from Jelly Moulds / Copper Molds

Years ago, I made a mosaic stepping stone that featured an outdoor key hider underneath it. More recently, I had a hankering to try playing with concrete once again. But this time, I decided to use some jelly moulds or copper molds from the thrift store to make decorative garden stones.Read more ›

25+ Upcycling Ideas for Plant Markers / Plant Labels

25+ Upcycling Ideas for Plant Markers / Plant Labels

Repurposing and upcycling random items from the thrift shop, that junk drawer in your kitchen, or even your yard into plant labels or plant markers is one of the easiest (and most creative) projects I can think of. The possibilities are truly endless- from wine bottles, to small frying pans, to wooden spoons, and beyond. Read more ›

Hanging Bird Feeder from Pot Lids for Junk Garden Decor

Hanging Bird Feeder from Pot Lids for Junk Garden Decor

On a trip to Nashville, TN, I squeezed in a little time to check out the local thrift stores on my way into town. I happened upon a Goodwill in Lebanon, TN where I found a mismatched pair of pot lids. I loved the colors and the metal was in good shape, so I bought them both to build a hanging bird feeder for my backyard.
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Decorating a Country Kitchen with Vintage Seed Packets

Decorating a Country Kitchen with Vintage Seed Packets

Country kitchen decor isn’t really my style, but I can’t help admitting that vintage seed packets are little works of art that would work PERFECTLY in that capacity. I kept buying little seed envelopes and decided to temporarily frame some as an ode to a country kitchen or farmhouse kitchen. Albeit, not MODERN farmhouse kitchen, but the classic retro kitchen of days gone by.
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Garden Art with a Garden Trellis Made from Farm Tools

Garden Art with a Garden Trellis Made from Farm Tools

This project started out when I thrifted several old garden shovels for a Halloween project. Well, try as I might, the spooky project was a failure. I let the dust of my frustration settle before going back to the drawing board- I had the farm tools after all- I just needed a new idea! Eventually, I settled on the idea of building a garden trellis that would serve as garden art and primitive decor for my yard.
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