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 . . .
I was happy to find this small table recently at my local Goodwill store. I wanted a printer stand for my home office/craft room and this was the perfect size. It was sturdy and only needed a little makeover. It got a new paint job to match the peacock theme of the space. . . .
While I'm giving a face lift to my office/craft room, I've been looking for ways to include budget friendly decor pieces. Using a couple of old frames and some peacock feathers, I created two pieces of wall art that will go well with the theme of the room. This Simple DIY Peacock Decor was quick and . . .
I'm sharing another thrift store find makeover that I'll be using in our home office/craft room makeover. In keeping with the peacock color palette, this Lazy Susan got a makeover using chalk paint and peacock adornments. . . .
I've been gathering ideas and supplies for our home office / craft room makeover for a few months. I've found a number of items at my local Goodwill that will work great with a little paint and some creativity. I'm creating a space using a peacock color palette along with several peacock decor . . .
This month, our blogging group is participating in an Upcycle Challenge. I love giving thrift store items makeovers, so this challenge was a fun one. We could spend no more than $20 for the item and the materials needed for the makeover. If you've seen any of our thrift store makeovers, you . . .
It's one of the rare occasions when we're sharing some decor from Gloria's place. While I love all things coastal and creating new decor from thrift store finds, those aren't exactly Gloria's style. Not at all, really. Her place is a mixture of glam, sophistication, and fun with lots . . .