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…
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This fun and easy repurposed shutter vertical garden will make you smile and look around for a shutter near you! It’s bright and cheery color is what will really draw you in. This vertical garden can hold a variety of small plants. Hang it on a fence, or lean it against your patio wall.
How to make a basket succulent planter out of a clearance priced wicker Easter basket. Although I used an Easter basket, you could easily update a thrift store basket in the same way. This easy spray paint project will have you looking at baskets in a whole new way.
Using some rotted tree parts, I made some unique and fun succulent planters. The rotted areas of the wood slices were the perfect void to plant small succulents. This was an easy project, and the outcome is perfect! I love the rustic look of the succulent planters.
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.
It’s a special edition of our Thrift Store Decor Challenge! This theme is repurposed planters. I chose to turn an old toolbox into a succulent planter. I hope you love it as much as I do! Be sure to check out all the other ideas from my friends!
It’s time for the thrift store decor challenge. I made a small pedestal planter using a reclaimed spindle and a porch light cap. It makes the perfect succulent planter. Be sure to hop over to see the projects my friends made too.
I’m so excited to share today’s loaf pan planter project with you! It turned out so cute with it’s fun wooden feet and twisted wire handle. I’ve used this wire for lots of projects, but this is the first time I ever twisted it in this cute fashion. I made a video to show you exactly how to do it.
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.
Woohoo! Are you ready for Thrift Store Projects extreme? Over 100 projects of all kinds to inspire you over the next few months. My friends and I are sharing our greatest thrift store project ideas all in one place. Sit back, grab a drink and enjoy!
It’s Tuesday night, that means it’s time for our weekly Talk of the Town Party! As the Fall season is underway, it makes it more and more difficult to choose features with so many great projects and recipes to choose from. Which is your favorite?
I can’t remember when I was so excited about a bench. I’ve never made a bench quite like this one. Nope, it’s not a headboard bench, it’s make from a pallet. It truly is the sturdiest and most comfortable bench I’ve made to date. Yep, it’s going in my new backyard space. I hope you love it as much as I do.
Yay! It’s my favorite time, it’s time for the Thrift Store Decor Team to share their latest easy thrift store projects. This is such a popular item each month, so I know y’all love it! My friends never cease to amaze me with their creativity.
I love my battery operated leaf blower! In fact I have two. I keep one at home and the other lives in the camper. Leaf blowers, not just for leaves! See all my clever uses for leaf blowers in this fun article about all the ways to use a leaf blower.
I’ve put together the BEST collection of reclaimed wood projects. I love using weathered fencing, pallets and vintage reclaimed lumber. There is something here for everyone. What will YOU make?
oohhhh spooky projects and yummylicious halloween recipes in this weeks Talk of the Town features. I think you’ll find something to make or bake for your ghouls and goblins later this month!
How to make a diy birdbath out of an extra large thrift store candlestick and a pot lid. Tips on mixing spray paint colors to get a great faux copper patina look. Easy project for the flower bed, patio or garden.
How to glaze painted furniture–full of tips I’ve learned along the way. I spent years looking for a way to stop waxing and buffing chalk painted furniture. Now I do it all in one easy step. I love the hint of antiquing the glaze gives to all colors of painted furniture. Red paint, blue, and especially white painted furniture will look beautiful with this Smoked Glaze!
Talk of the Town #121 is up and ready to inspire you to diy something this weekend. Hope you love all of this week’s features.
I’m sharing a great collection of spring themed wood projects that you can make this weekend. So many fabulous DIY projects from women just like you, your mom or sister. We women have the power to do these projects, and the step by step directions are available for all of them allowing you the ability to make any of them.
Talk of the Town #117 features including yummy desserts and fun diy ideas. What will you make?
Fall is in the air! Aren’t you happy that we have great fall decor and recipe ideas to share with you? How about a Jack-o-Lantern pot pie, and fall mason jar ideas? What’s your favorite part of fall? I love the color of the trees!
Talk of the Town #90 features! Currently we have four hosts, so that gives you 4 great DIY projects and 4 yummy recipes. I know I always say they’re yummy, but why would we feature a recipe that isn’t yummy? 😉 Since I rarely cook, I’m partial to the diy projects. Who doesn’t love a good chalkboard, easy curtain, and fabulous Fall decor?
Talk of the Town #88 is ready to inspire you with great diy projects, mostly fall ideas and some yummylicious recipes. Have you noticed that there are two link ups now? One for DIY and another for Food and recipes. I think it makes it so much easier for friends to find what they’re looking for. What are your favorites?
Talk of the Town #84 – enjoy great diy features like a sign, a porch makeover, rustic ladders, plus an upcycled light project. Yummy recipes that will make your mouth water!
I married a free chandelier with a thrift store floor lamp to make this unique and fun garden or patio light. I’m sharing all kinds of tips and tricks to complete your own project. This is a very versatile project, you could even use candles or flameless candles. This is the monthly Thrift Store Decor Project, so hop over to see what my blogger friends have been up to.
Here we are nearing the end of 2016, and it’s time for me to reflect on the popular projects from this past year, and some of my favorites. I will also be sharing some projects from the archives that are still very popular on Pinterest or Facebook. pin it! I must start out by talking…
I never really thought about making a coffee table using chair legs and hardwood flooring, but one day while I was looking for something to make, I took a second look at the base of these chairs…. I got these chairs from a local reader last fall, and they’ve just been hanging around ever…
Deciding whether or not to purchase this antique school desk was difficult, but working on it was totally more work than I bargained for! Antique School Desk When I posted THIS PICTURE on the facebook page, I got 75 comments about whether or not I should buy it. The price was right, but it was…
It’ Tuesday night, time for another Talk of the Town, where you get to share your fun projects and may even be featured by one of these talented bloggers. It’s trying to be Spring-like weather here in KY, so I’ve been very busy working on as many as 4-5 projects at any one time. It’s…
It’s been a nice week here in Louisville. I’ve been so busy working on projects that I almost forgot to write this week’s Catch as Catch Can post!
Welcome to another edition of Catch as Catch Can. So many fun features tonight. We’ll be skipping CCC next week, as I’ll be out of town. I will feature tonight’s catches in two weeks. Click read more to see the features and this week’s links!
It’s Thursday night, so that means it’s another installment of Catch as Catch Can! Lots of great tutorials again this week! Catch as Catch Can will be on vacation next week due to my week long blogapalooza! There will be too many giveaways to try to squeeze in CCC. I will “catch” you the next…
World Famous DIY Birdbath Pin it! This project inspired Woman’s Day Magazine to make their own version of a birdbath. This birdbath was also featured in Reloved. One extra large candlestick+ one overpriced pot lid+ some imagination= birdbath! After I found this candlestick at…
This large collection of wooden spindle projects will have your head spinning wondering just what you will make first! So many spindles so little time.
This oh so easy brass table makeover is a project that may inspire you to pick up a can of spray paint today! Painting is the quickest way to upcycle thrift store items.
Can you feel it? I think Fall is in the air, or at least with your Autumn features! Talk of the Town 189 is ready to inspire you!!
I fixed an old wooden ladder up and painted it with my Finish Max. It makes the perfect outdoor plant stand for a garden or patio. I decorated it with some succulents and other plants. Topping it off with some inexpensive outdoor decor from local dollar stores. All in all, this makes for a very frugal project!
Thank you so much for your continued support of our weekly Talk of the Town party! The party has a new look. Isn’t it fabulous? So many great features for you week in and week out thanks to all the fabulous items shared each week!
Oh my gosh! I’m so excited to finally show you the reveal of my new backyard camper retreat. I’ve been enjoying time hanging out there all by myself–well Lulu Mae is with me. It’s so nice and quiet and nobody knows I’m there. I’ve even been watching t.v. in the evening. Yep, the camper has a hookup outside. I hope you enjoy the tour.