Thrift Shopping for Botanical Decor or Garden-Inspired Decor

Thrift Shopping for Botanical Decor or Garden-Inspired Decor

With a new season comes a new opportunity to Thrift the Look for another style of home decor. And as Spring approached, my blogging friends and I decided that Botanical Decor or Garden-inspired Decor would be fresh and perfect for this time of year.Read more ›

Easter Door Decorations with a Hanging Door Basket

Easter Door Decorations with a Hanging Door Basket

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, then you are all-too-familiar with my Junkin’ Journey series. In that series, I travel to towns across the South in search of wonderful treasures and shops to explore. On my most recent adventure to Durham, North Carolina, I found this hanging door basket at a quaint little thrift shop. And right away, I envisioned it as an Easter door wreath that looked like an Easter basket.Read more ›

Hobnail Milk Glass and Specked Eggs as Easter Decor

Hobnail Milk Glass and Specked Eggs as Easter Decor

Hobnail milk glass is one of those things that you can actually find in thrift stores from time to time. Some people collect it, but plenty do not…and while I don’t snap up every piece I see, I couldn’t help myself with this oblong dish that I recently found.Read more ›

Nest Decor for Spring with a Metal Candleholder

Nest Decor for Spring with a Metal Candleholder

I don’t know about you, but Spring is front and center in my mind. The trees are budding, the daffodils are in full bloom, and even my husband’s allergies have kicked in. So, I’m kicking off the season with a fun and SUPER simple spring project idea. A few months ago, I snagged this metal candleholder from Goodwill and knew immediately that I would repurpose it into nest decor for Spring.
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Cottage Style Decor with Vintage Doilies on a Window Screen Frame

Cottage Style Decor with Vintage Doilies on a Window Screen Frame

Whenever I’m in a creativity funk, I head into my garage or Craft Room to do some tidying up and rearranging. Why? Because I usually unearth something long forgotten and it’s the shot in the arm that I need to get back in the proverbial (crafting) saddle! And that’s how I decided to upcycle this window screen frame into cottage style decor.Read more ›

Easter Mantel Decorations with Antique Oval Picture Frames

Easter Mantel Decorations with Antique Oval Picture Frames

I can’t quite explain why I love antique oval picture frames so much, but I just DO! And when I see them in thrift shops, I snap them up, no questions asked. While brainstorming for new project ideas (by tidying up my Craft Room), I realized something: Vintage oval frames look a little like Easter eggs. So I decided to upcycle a few frames into Easter mantel decorations.

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Decorating for Spring with Fairy Garden Accessories in Vintage Glass Jars

Decorating for Spring with Fairy Garden Accessories in Vintage Glass Jars

Several years ago, before I even started my blog, I created some “Spring Jars” using fairy garden accessories and dollhouse accessories to create mini fairy gardens. I just thought they were the cutest things ever- y’all know I love miniature ANYTHING! And when I reposted the old photo on my Facebook page, the positive response was overwhelming. So, I knew I needed to create a few new ones to put up here on my blog.Read more ›

Birdcage Decor from a Light Cage / Industrial Light

Birdcage Decor from a Light Cage / Industrial Light

Have you ever noticed that an industrial light or light cage (especially the daintier ones) kinda-sorta resembles a birdcage? Well, as soon as I made that connection I decided to test my theory by upcycling a light bulb cage into birdcage decor for some Spring home decor.Read more ›

Spring Table Runner from Lace Doilies for Country Cottage Decor

Spring Table Runner from Lace Doilies for Country Cottage Decor

Creating a table runner made from lace doilies or vintage doilies has been on my to-do list for as long as I can remember. I always assumed I’d create one in whites and neutrals, as most doilies come in varying shades of cream. But then I started buying the occasional colorful doily- pinks, blues, yellows, greens… I actually bought them simply because they were pretty! That’s when I decided to create a colorful Spring table runner that was perfect for country cottage decor.Read more ›