This is a project that I have had on my to-do list for a long time. It’s been done a lot, and maybe you’ve even done one yourself. I’m giving you lots of tips on the build and the painting, so you will want to hop over to the blog to see the transformation.
Thrift Store Decor time!!! Yep, it’s time for our team to show you our latest and greatest thrift store makeovers. I am sharing an over sized vase I have had for years and never used. It’s just been patiently waiting for it’s big day! Be sure to check out all the other fabulous makeovers shared this month.
woohoo! It’s Tuesday, so that means it’s time for us to share our features for last week’s Talk of the Town. Most of the time it’s sooo hard to make my picks! I hope you love our features this week!
This easy shadow box is made from a thrift store frame. There are so many options of picture frames available that the possibilities are endless. I’ll show you step by step how to achieve this picture frame shadow box in an afternoon.
Can you believe it’s August already? We’re up to our 186th edition of Talk of the Town. Before you know it, it will be the end of the year and we’ll be sharing our 200th party. But for now, we have great stuff to inspire you to make, bake and DIY!
This newly rehabbed rustic side table was found on the side of the road. My neighbor brought it to me and of course, I couldn’t turn down a free project! After a little paint and stained pallet boards the table is finished!
It’s time for another collection of dollar store design squad ideas! My friends always amaze me with their creative projects. This month I made a moss basket solar light feature. Using glass prisms add shimmer!
Fleas! It’s not something you probably want to talk about with your friends, but it’s something you need to deal with, sooner rather than later! I’ve had pets all my life and I can’t remember ever having to deal with a flea infestation. This Spring and summer has been a challenge for me. If you…
Welcome back to Talk of the Town! First, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts! Rustic & Repurposed Vintage Farmhouse DIY Decor Ideas Picket Fence Coat Rack 19+ DIY Kid’s Furniture Projects DIY Faux Apothecary Dresser Here’s what we’re talking about from last week’s party! Fall…
This easy picket fence coat rack is something a novice can do by following my simple instructions. Minimal tools are needed for this project, you could even use a handsaw if that’s all you have. Of course a jigsaw would work and a miter saw would be so easy peasy!
It’s Tuesday night, that means it’s time for the latest edition of Talk of the Town. Yep, issue #184 !! I’m always so inspired by the diy projects and recipes that are shared here. Thank you so much for linking up and checking out the projects from this week and the features from last week!
I don’t know who will enjoy these projects more. You will love making something special for the kids, and your children will love using these kids furniture projects that you made just for them!
Someone tried to rescue this laminate cabinet, but it was time for another little makeover. This time with paint and chicken wire! It’s amazing what a little paint can do to change up an ugly piece of furniture.
Talk of the Town #183 is up and running for your viewing pleasure. I’m so pleased how popular this weekly feature has become. We’re pleased to bring you more great features week after week. Y’all inspire ME!
I have put together the best collection of fun & frugal pet projects for you to copy. Tutorials included for everything. Some projects are so easy, you could complete them in just an hour or so. Projects for cats & dogs. What will YOU make?
It’s time for our thrift store decor projects! I used a reclaimed cabinet door to make a chalkboard. It’s perfect for any room in the house. Use it for decor or for those all important messages. I use one in my kitchen for lists and reminders. I don’t know how I got along with chalkboards for so many years!
It’s time for Talk of the Town #182 !!! Thank you to everyone who shared their projects and recipes last week. We really appreciate your participation. More great ideas this week!
How to use twin bed parts to make a very unique and comfortable headboard bench. Adding upholstery using drop cloth not only makes this bed bench come in under budget, it also makes it very durable. Complete steps to make this an easy weekend projects for the couple who love to DIY together.
woohoo! It’s Tuesday–time for Talk of the Town! Fun features to inspire you to make and bake great stuff!
Oh, you will love this outdoor DIY buffet for grilling. Not a fan of outdoor grilling? That’s okay because this would also make an awesome potting table. Made with all reclaimed lumber and windows, this outdoor buffet comes in under budget for sure!
I have a really easy window project for you today. I was inspired by something I saw on Pinterest for my fireplace. This is sort of like a fireplace screen to use when you’re not building fires. In my case, my fireplace is no longer a working fireplace.
Welcome back to a new week of Talk of the Town! First let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts! Cutting Board Lazy Susan Makeover Farmhouse Wooden Cutting Boards: 4 DIY Ideas DIY Beverage Holders for Backyard Games Projects for Children From Repurposed Beds & Cribs Square…
Making spindle candlesticks out of bits and pieces, is not only easy-but a lot of fun! Using scraps of wood for bases, and parts of chairs, beds, and stairs . . . you will have more candlesticks than you need!
Using reclaimed wood from a pallet and metal rods from old cribs, I made some DIY beverage holders with score pegs for backyard lawn games. The beverage holders are roomy enough to hold drinks, phones and more.
Have you noticed our new look? It was time for an update. We’re here every Tuesday evening to inspire you with featured projects and recipes as well as the latest and greatest ideas from your hostesses. We hope you find something to inspire you to make or bake!
You will love these repurposed bed and crib ideas. They’re all about the kids! How to make kids’ projects out of old beds, headboards, and cribs. Maybe you already have your child’s old bed or crib? no? They are so readily available at thrift stores, flea markets and yard sales.
Being the second Wednesday of the month means that it’s time for our Thrift Store Decor Team challenge. My friends never disappoint. They are so clever and crafty. Be sure to check out their awesome projects. This is one of your favorite days here on My Repurposed Life. Let me know what your favorite project is, k?
Summer is practically in full swing and we’re featuring great ideas for the season! Thanks to everyone for stopping by to check out the features and the projects from your hosts. We appreciate 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!
It’s time for our Dollar Store Design Squad projects! These clever dollar store hacks will leave you scratching your head wondering why you didn’t think of it! Five fun projects to inspire you to visit your local store and make something fun for your home, yard, or feet!
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!
I first started on this sewing machine cabinet turned into a drink station over a year ago. But I wasn’t quite happy with it, so I stored it in the garage and recently decided to revisit it. I have to say I love it now! I searched for years for the perfect insert to make a drink station, and I finally found the perfect tub!
Ohhh, how I love easy projects! That’s what Friday’s are all about here on My Repurposed Life. KISS Keep it simple, stupid. With a little TLC, paint and glaze, this side table makeover is complete! Bonus!! Remove (or open) the door and it converts to a pet bed, giving your furbaby peace of mind and security to keep them from being underfoot.
And… we’re back with a new edition of Talk of the Town. It’s #176 We’ve picked our features, are you one of them? We so much appreciate you sharing your recipes and projects each week.
I love a great crib repurpose, and I don’t like having an outdoor eyesore like a gas meter. While doing my backyard makeover, everything was looking so nice that I just had to cover the gas meter. It’s nearly impossible to cover all of the things that hang on your house, but if you give your guests “pretty” options, they’re less likely to notice the other necessities of being a homeowner.
This fun and easy repurposed chandelier project is perfect for your porch or patio. Solar lights have changed a lot, and easily charge in shady areas. Hang this from a tree, shepherd’s hook or your porch. It will make you smile every night as it adds a special ambiance to your outdoor space.
Yay! Talk of the Town 175 is live! Really great stuff to inspire you. Most of the weeks it’s so difficult for me to choose just one diy project and one yummy recipe. With the long weekend coming up, maybe you have time to work on something soon.
The great projects continue from the Backyard Camper Retreat. Today’s project is all about those Texas Lampposts. The tall 4×4 post sort of looked naked. To give them some omph, I added wooden bracket holders. Assemble the wooden bracket holders, then add an inexpensive metal bracket from the dollar store. Easy and oh so pretty!
I wanted to update my old outdoor cushions. Using pretty outdoor fabric, I made new outdoor cushion covers to match my new pillows for the patio. The envelope pillows were made with floral fabric and drop cloth material which meant I didn’t have to buy as much of the floral material.
woohoo! It’s Tuesday night, time for Talk of the Town #174! I can’t wait to see what y’all have to share this week. It’s been really crowded the last few weeks. We appreciate you patience a we’ve been working out how the new linky party code works. What will you make or bake?