Decorative Candy Corn with Serger Thread

Decorative Candy Corn with Serger Thread

In my neck of the woods (the Carolinas), relics of old industrial textile mills are common at vintage stores and thrift shops. So, it’s no surprise that I run across serger thread cones pretty frequently. I’ve already repurposed some for a Christmas project, but this time, I decided to upcycle a few into Halloween decor. More specifically, as decorative candy corn!Read more ›

Most Popular Upcycling Projects from Sadie Seasongoods – 2017

Most Popular Upcycling Projects from Sadie Seasongoods – 2017

It’s hard to believe that in just a few days, 2017 will be a thing of the past and all of our calendars will suddenly read 2018. And even though I’m doing this a tad early this year, I’ve taken a few moments to go back through all of my 2017 projects to figure out which ones did well (numbers/statistics-wise), and which ones didn’t.Read more ›

Chambersticks / Wooden Candle Holders for a Small Tabletop Christmas Tree

Chambersticks / Wooden Candle Holders for a Small Tabletop Christmas Tree

Truth be told, I didn’t know the word “chambersticks” before this project and blog post came about. You see, I stumbled up one…and then another chamberstick in the span of a single weekend- at two different thrift stores. I purchased them both thinking that I would figure out a project for these “old time-y candlesticks with handles” (which is what I Googled). Read more ›

Holiday Wreath with a Clothespin Bag as Rustic Christmas Decor

Holiday Wreath with a Clothespin Bag as Rustic Christmas Decor

A few months back, I found a clothespin bag at a local thrift store. I definitely didn’t NEED it but I couldn’t exactly pass it up, either. Right away, I had this vision of a holiday wreath that would look like cabin Christmas decor or rustic Christmas decor. Read more ›

How to Make a Wall Mounted Coat Rack by Upcycling a Wall Gun Rack

How to Make a Wall Mounted Coat Rack by Upcycling a Wall Gun Rack

Ok, I know what you’re going to say- “But Sadie, you’ve already repurposed a gun rack before!”. And you’re right, I have…but what can I say? Another wall gun rack crossed my path and I couldn’t resist! It was dusty and cheap, and all I could think was that it would be PERFECT as a wall mounted coat rack or coat tree for entryway storage.Read more ›

Craft Paint Storage with Wooden Storage Drawers

Craft Paint Storage with Wooden Storage Drawers

One thing that all crafters have in common is dealing with craft room organization (or the lack thereof). We have so many materials (lots of them little and spill-able), and craft paint storage or paint storage in general has been a huge problem. Read more ›

Vintage Halloween Decorations from Christmas Window Candles

Vintage Halloween Decorations from Christmas Window Candles

Last year, I brought you a super simple, last minute Halloween project that took no time at all to create- remember these creepers? Well, I’m doing it again this year with a new super simple project. This time, some Christmas window candles will get a reboot…as scary Halloween decorations or vintage Halloween decorations.Read more ›

Tablecloth Weights / Tablecloth Clips from Horse Brass

Tablecloth Weights / Tablecloth Clips from Horse Brass

I don’t exactly know why, but when I think of anything horse-related, I imagine it in an autumn setting. I can’t really explain why this is, and maybe it makes no sense…but when I think of horses, I think of plaid blankets, leather accessories, and crisp Fall air. So, when I spotted these horse brass at a thrift store, I decided they were destined to be used in an autumn project. Read more ›

How to Make a Power Outage Kit and Emergency Lamp from a Clock Box

How to Make a Power Outage Kit and Emergency Lamp from a Clock Box

I love finding broken things at thrift stores because they are positively perfect for any number of upcycling ideas. And this clock box was no exception – since it was missing the clock! So, I decided to repurpose it into a power outage kit or blackout kit to fill with emergency supplies. AND I’d transform it into an emergency lamp that looked like a vintage lantern – decorative AND functional!
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Creating a Brochure Holder as Mountain Cabin Decor

Creating a Brochure Holder as Mountain Cabin Decor

This magazine rack was a thrift store find that came home with me, even though I had no plan in mind. But it was heavy and sturdy (i.e., good quality) and seemed like it was a blank canvas for a future project. It finally dawned on me that it would be PERFECT as a brochure holder / brochure stand in my in-laws’ cabin in North Georgia. Not only would it be functional for their rental property, but I could transform it into mountain cabin decor / lodge decor at the same time. Read more ›