How to turn a Jenny Lind Spool Bed into a bench using only your basic five power tools you may already have. Step by step instructions will show you that you really can make this bed bench. Bonus! See more five power tool projects from my blogger friends.
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I picked up a brass vanity light at the ReStore in Nashville while visiting my grandson a few weeks ago. I got a great deal on it and decided to paint it and repurpose for the backyard camper retreat. I will be adding solar lights, but so far I’m not loving how it’s turning out.
This fun and frugal picture frame shadow box is a fairly easy DIY using drawer parts and thrift store items. Step by step instructions included. The shadow box has been featured in a couple of magazines.
So many planter ideas to inspire you for Spring and Summer planting! Are you ready for Spring and getting your flowers planted in fun and unique planters? Build your own, or find something around your home to repurpose into that perfect planter to use as a conversation piece.
I did it! I sawed another table in half! It’s been too long since I actually took a saw to a piece of furniture in order to transform it into a perfect new piece! This over sized coffee table has now become the perfect kid’s bench with storage. The best part? I have another half of the table to do something with down the road. I’m a happy camper!
I’ve done a lot of succulent planters, and a lot of repurposed chandeliers, but this is my first succulent planter repurposed chandelier! It’s the second Wednesday of the month, so this project is my contribution to the Thrift Store Decor Team challenge. Be sure to check out all the other great ideas at the…
While digging in the wood shed for my next project, I landed on this old sewing cabinet that would be perfect for a side table. The poor thing did need a little TLC. Old Sewing Cabinet into Side Table The base of the sewing cabinet doesn’t look too bad. But the top was a little…
How to make your own repurposed drawer jewelry organizer. I used an old drawer, but you could easily customize this project by making a box out of 1×4’s. This jewelry organizer can hang on the wall or rest on a dresser. The small white dishes are perfect for holding smaller items such as earrings or bracelets.
Today’s easy project is an antique sewing drawer set makeover. Using sewing machine drawers as a stand alone set is apparently quite popular. Who knew? With a little paint and some wipe-on poly, it hardly looks the same afterwards.
For this month’s DIY challenge “wall art” I made a wooden letter board. I recently bought a very inexpensive one, but decided I would prefer to make my own. Some of my steps are a little difficult for a beginner, but I’ll share tips so you can make your own. Bonus: check out the other wall art projects from my friends.