This painted thrift store tray for a fall centerpiece is an easy way to give the tray a pretty makeover. Thrift store trays are great for creating fun, inexpensive decor items. Adding a pop of color makes this a festive centerpiece for our fall breakfast nook table. . . .
This thrift store find flip was a very inexpensive project. Taking an old worn out footstool and giving it a completely new look was easy and didn't take very long to do. It's the second Monday of the month and that means it's time for our monthly blog hop challenge! . . .
I was excited when I found a small, folding piano stool at my local Goodwill store. I've just finished giving a makeover to a large vanity and I needed a small stool to go with it. I looked on line, but I wasn't thrilled with the prices. I took a chance that I might find something suitable at . . .
I always look for oval frames or others with interesting shapes that thrift stores have every time. The inexpensive prices make them hard to pass up. I've got a large stash of them and it was time that I found a way to put some of them to us. I love the oval ones and the large octagon was perfect . . .
Making this coastal patriotic centerpiece was an easy thrift store find makeover project. I purchased a wood slat box last year and I gave it a patriotic makeover. I used it as a utensil holder for last year's 4th of July party. This year, I'm incorporating some coastal flair into my patriotic . . .
Making this party tray for our flamingo themed party was an easy makeover of a thrift store find tray, combined with my first Cricut vinyl project. I've been spending lots of time learning about all the awesome projects that can be made using the Cricut. I've got tons to learn, but I was happy with . . .
It's the second Monday of the month and that means it's time for our monthly blog group challenge! This month we were challenged to create a project using cardboard, paper, or wood for our upcycle challenge. When I'm looking for an upcycle project, I often visit my local Goodwill store to have a . . .
This month, our blogging group is participating in an Upcycle Challenge. The challenge was to upcycle an item made of glass, metal, or plastic. I'm sharing a thrift store find that got a colorful makeover. I'll be using it in my craft room and once the room got a peacock decor and color palette . . .
I've loved diy snowman hats since I saw one years ago. I've wanted to make one and this year I finally put one together. Early this year, I went to Goodwill specifically to find items that would work for a snowman hat. I found a brass planter and a charger that were both just the right size for . . .
Here's another easy project that's going on the wall in my home office/craft room. This Peacock Decor Wall Art piece adds a personal touch to the space. Using a thrift store frame and a wood letter, this wall art is going to look great with the other peacock decor of the room . . .