It’s time to bring out the Red, White, and Blue! My patriotic centerpiece is easy to put together using items I found at a thrift store. Seasonal decor doesn’t have to be pricey to look great. You can easily change the purpose and look of thrift store items to match your decor. . . .
Make a DIY Patriotic Tic Tac Toe Game Board using fabric, ribbon and sea shells. This started out as a thrift store find wall art piece. Keeping the cost of seasonal decor low is always my goal. For this fun game board, I did just that. . . .
I love finding inexpensive items at thrift stores that I can transform into coastal decor. This wall curio cabinet went from blah to bright with paint! This is a great way to display sea shells, sea glass, and drift wood pieces. Starting with a thrift store find keeps it a budget friendly . . .
One of the easiest ways to get budget friendly decor is to give makeovers to thrift store finds. These candle holders were inexpensive and with a fresh coat of chalk paint, they look like new. Candle holders are always available at thrift stores and if you find them for the right price, you can . . .
Sometimes, thrift store finds can be great! I found an inexpensive lyre designed candle holder that will go well with my lyre back dining chairs. Give your thrift store finds simple makeovers with paint to a new look. It’s a budget friendly way to get the look you want for less! . . .
Make a pretty spring farmhouse floral box using a thrift store find and inexpensive faux flowers or fresh cut flowers. Keep your seasonal decor budget friendly with these tips. I enjoy seasonal decor, but I don't like to spend much money on new decor each season. Reusing items you have on hand . . .
For easy, inexpensive Easter decor, don't overlook those baskets you can always find at thrift stores! They usually cost between .25 and $2.00 and with quick and easy makeovers, they can be transformed into pretty decor pieces. Use an assortment of them for lots of different looks and styles to . . .
Make your own DIY Easter Centerpiece for a casual Easter table. Upcycle some thrift store finds along with dollar store items to create a one of a kind decor piece. Holiday decor doesn't have to be expensive. Use what you have on hand or give new life and a new purpose to thrift store items with . . .
I often see magazine racks at thrift stores. I pass them by because I don't have any need for one. But, a couple of years ago, I spotted one that has the same lyre design as my dining room chairs. Of course, I had to buy it and give it a new look and a new purpose. It fits in nicely in our . . .
Turn a thrift store find wall art piece into a pretty coffee table tray using paint, vinyl, and ribbon. For a budget friendly alternative to a decorative tray, don't overlook thrift store items. Picture frames or wall art can be repurposed into pretty trays. . . .