This month’s Power Tool Team’s theme is trays! In honor of Mother’s day we figure we all could use a new idea for a handy tray. I think you’ll be inspired by all the creativity, hop over to see what we’ve done!
Talk of the Town #68 is live! A desk makeover, and easy shelf, an easy craft project using candles and more are here to inspire you. If you’re a blogger, won’t you share your latest project. If you’re not a blogger, there are lots of projects to get your creative juices flowing.
This tutorial uses reclaimed wood to make a custom rustic shutter cabinet. The reclaimed wood is the same size as 1×6 pine boards that you can buy at your local hardware store. I’ll show you how to frame out the front facing, and build the cabinet to your size. No project is without a few kinks, I would love for you to click over to see the ins and outs of this project.
This is it! The last piece of the free furniture from my neighbor! The headboard has been repurposed into a sign for my kitchen! I love, love, love how it turned out. I hope you do to.
It’s time for this month’s Thrift Store Decor Team’s fun makeovers! I did a new lining for a vintage suitcase. You’ll also see a metal farmhouse sign, a desk makeover, an anything container, woven basket and a teacup candle. Something for everyone! Which one will inspire you?
Talk of the Town #67 has fun features. I chose the cute little wooden wedding centerpieces because I was so inspired by the transfer technique. I wonder, which feature is YOUR favorite?
Can you spy cabinet doors in this simple bench? I boxed in two doors for each support. This was a fun and easy project that can be done in a couple of hours. Extra seating that could even double as a coffee table? Won’t you click the picture to see how it all came together? I think you’ll be surprised how easy it is.
Mindi does it again! She made this cute spindle crate out of reclaimed bits and pieces and scrap wood. No surprise–she painted it blue! Lots of tips and ideas on this very handy crate.
It’s Tuesday, so that means that Talk of the Town #66 is up and running! I hope your week is going well, and that you’ll take the time to hop over and see the fun projects we are featuring this week.
I’m still in the process of changing up the free furniture I got from my neighbors. Today’s project involves a nightstand that I turned into a kid’s chalkboard desk. Lots of tips on how I re-imagined this little guy into it’s new and useful purpose. It’s a fairly straightforward tutorial-I hope you enjoy it.
I feel like I should be a little more choosy about what I bring home because I’ve really got enough projects to last me about a year. So it either needs to be something small, a fabulously good deal, or something unique-unlike what I already have in my stash.
Today, Angie shares a quick and easy project using an old cabinet door and a loaf pan. She made an indoor herb planter and herb drying hook with just a few very basic supplies. We hope you click over to see all the details.
Talk of the Town #65 is here to inspire you with fun features! Any of them could be my choice, but only one project gets the honor of being my choice. So, tell me, which do you think I chose? Make your guess before you click over to read all the details.
I’ve been working my way through the free furniture I got earlier this year. You may remember the awesome dresser bench I made last week. By parting out the dresser I was left with two louvered dresser doors. They were used in this easy project to make a wall cabinet great for craft storage!
Talk of the Town #64 is here to inspire you with great projects. (and recipes) I hope you find several items that are useful in your everyday life! Click for more details.