Finding items at a thrift store that just need simple makeovers to fit in with my decor is something I love to do! This tray got a coastal makeover and is both useful and pretty. Home decor accent pieces don't have to be expensive to look great! . . .
Easter Decor doesn't have to be expensive. I like adding some Easter touches to our home, but since they don't stay up very long, I don't want to spend much money for them. Using a thrift store find sign as the base, this came together quickly and it's very budget friendly! . . .
Finding wood signs at thrift stores is a great way to keep projects budget friendly. This Pallet Wood Bathroom Wall Decor started out as a sign that needed a makeover to fit Gloria's decor. Using my Cricut, I transformed it into a fun piece of wall art for her. . . .
Sometimes creating simple projects for seasonal pieces is the way to go. This Hello Spring Floral Basket is a pretty addition to my spring decor and it only took minutes to put it together. . . .
This Easter vignette using a thrift store frame was easy to put together using items I had on hand. I love finding ways to use the stash of thrift store frames that I have. Using a pretty oval one as a base for the display pieces worked great. . . .
This Potted Faux Succulents in Wood Crate decor piece is easy to put together and makes a pretty spring decor item. Starting with a thrift store find crate helped keep the cost low. . . .
I'm always looking for items that I can use for craft room storage. This Repurposed Letter Holder makes a great caddy for storing cutting tools in my craft room. It was an easy thrift store find makeover. . . .
Upcycle projects are always some of my favorites. Finding ways to use inexpensive items from thrift stores is both fun and challenging. This upcycled thread rack into an earring holder was an easy project for the craft room destash challenge this month! . . .
Giving a thrift store find metal pumpkin a farmhouse look is a simple project that can be done in minutes! All you'll need is spray paint and a stem to have an old, worn pumpkin looking fresh and new. . . .
A Wine Serving Tray with Pumpkin Insert is an easy upcyled project. You can easily give a new look to a thrift store tray with paint, twine, and an upcycled pumpkin insert. White and gray are the two primary colors Gloria is using at her new home. This wine tray will go well with the decor she's . . .