Spring Porch Décor in a Harvest Basket

Spring Porch Décor in a Harvest Basket

For this month’s Thrift Store Décor Team project, I decided to make something for our front porch. Spring is settling in nicely around here, and I wanted to celebrate that with a fun and easy project that would bring fresh color to the porch. I found a harvest basket (the kind that are typically filled with peaches during our South Carolina summers) at a thrift store and decided that I’d use it as a base for my porch décor this Spring.Read more ›

My Upcycled Herb Garden, Part 3: Shoe Stretchers

My Upcycled Herb Garden, Part 3: Shoe Stretchers

After successfully sowing herb seeds in thrifted muffin tins…and then transplanting the seedlings into larger pots displayed on a vertical shower caddy, I’m wrapping up my three-part Upcycled Herb Garden series today! And what, pray tell, could my third part be about? Well…funny you should ask.Read more ›

Lampshades Repurposed into Hanging Herb Baskets

Lampshades Repurposed into Hanging Herb Baskets

Years of thrifting and repurposing have taught me a few things- and one of those is that secondhand shops will ALWAYS have outdated lampshades available- in every size, shape, and color imaginable. So, with gardening on my mind (and a quirky idea for my latest post on The Good Life blog), I headed to my local Goodwill.Read more ›

Straw Tote Spring “Wreath”

Straw Tote Spring “Wreath”

It’s the last day of March so I hope you don’t mind if I squeeze in one more Good Life Blog post from me this month!! And with Spring flowers really coming in to high bloom season, it’s truly appropriate- and stunning, I promise!Read more ›

Cheery Porch Décor: Vintage Bucket and Salvaged Faucet Planter

Cheery Porch Décor: Vintage Bucket and Salvaged Faucet Planter

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I first noticed bucket and faucet planters (like this one) at a high-end garden shop while on a shopping trip years ago. I thought they were charming…and decided on the spot that I would try and build one myself using vintage and salvaged materials because, well, I’m me! Read more ›