Re-Trending from Country Decor to French Farmhouse

Re-Trending from Country Decor to French Farmhouse

Country decor pieces from the 1980s – covered in ducks, geese, and hearts – are a pretty common sight in thrift stores. And while the motif is outdated, the pieces often have good bones and are made of heavy, solid wood. This magazine stand was no different and I decided that I could “re-trend” it from country decor to the look of French farmhouse pretty easily.Read more ›

Recreating the Look of Grain Sack Fabric for Scented Sachets

Recreating the Look of Grain Sack Fabric for Scented Sachets

Grain sacks are a wonderful trend if you ask me. From their faded graphics to the texture of the fabric, I just can’t get enough of them. But cutting into grain sack fabric for upcycling crafts seems almost sacrilegious, doesn’t it? I wanted to create some scented sachets with feed sack fabric, but using a real grain sack was NOT an option. Read more ›

Using Feed Sack Fabric or Grain Sack Fabric to Make a Lapel Flower

Using Feed Sack Fabric or Grain Sack Fabric to Make a Lapel Flower

After taking a lengthy break from upcycled jewelry making projects, I decided it was time for me to delve back into it- hope you don’t mind! I’ve made plenty of bracelets and necklaces…but never a brooch pin or lapel flower, so let’s rectify that right now! And I’m going to use my scraps of grain sack fabric or feed sack fabric to do it!Read more ›