Maybe you’re one of those people who LOVE Spring cleaning, me not so much. I’d rather be outside enjoying the pretty Spring weather working on a project. But when it rains and you can’t get outside, why not make the best of it and get some easy indoor Spring cleaning done? Honestly, clean never smelled so good!
It’s week 2 of the Outdoor Overhaul! I’m sharing how far I’ve come. Most of the time was spent completing the DIY Fire Pit! It’s coming together slowly, but surely. Hop over to check out the details and be sure to tell me how your outdoor overhaul is coming along!
I think you probably have noticed the link party has changed recently. We’re doing everything we can to get it to look the way it previously did. Thanks for your patience as we work through the kinks. We appreciate your patience. You will love this week’s features!
How to move a garden shed like a pro! With these tips and a video, you’ll know just what to do when it’s time to move your garden shed. This is a DIY, no need to hire the professionals for this job.
I’m participating in an Outdoor Overhaul with Ryobi Tools USA! I’m already a huge fan of their tools in my shop and regularly use their outdoor tools too. So, to say I’m thrilled about this project is an understatement. There are prizes! Today, I’ll show you the dreaded before of my sad, sad backyard. I’m hoping in about a month, you won’t even recognize the space!
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.
Who’s ready for Easter? We have lots of last minute ideas for you as features and in the new projects listed this week. I hope you find something yummy to make or fun to DIY.
For this month’s Dollar Store Design Squad project I made a small tabletop fairy garden. Most of the items came from the Dollar Tree, a few items I already had on hand. Have you ever made a fairy garden? This was my firs, and it was a lot of fun!
Congrats to all the features. I hope YOU love our choices as much as we do. Spring is definitely in the air with all these projects. What will you make?
I’m using up some old stuff from the backyard as decor for my upcoming new backyard space. I’ll be doing some backyard camping this spring and summer in my own campground! This project uses more of my reclaimed landscape timbers and Dollar Store Solar Lights! I hope you love it as much as I do.
How to make a baseball wreath for your front door out of baseballs from your favorite games. Tips for getting just the right amount of baseballs and what kind of wire to use. Embellish your baseball wreath with your team colors or monogram.
Yay! It’s Tuesday, so that means it’s time for Talk of the Town! I love how much y’all love this weekly sharing post.
My between the studs broom closet came about for a blogger challenge. A bunch of us will be participating in monthly challenges, this month the challenge was: Choose a space in your home that is in need of some organization and build a clever solution for it! This DIY project has been on my to-do…
Printing on fabric is a real thing! It’s easier than you think, but I don’t suggest using a high end printer for this. But don’t we all have an extra printer laying around? Oh, that’s just me? Print on fabric to make a pillow, or use a favorite photograph to use for art.
Woohoo! It’s Tuesday night, so you know what that means? Yep it’s time to see the latest features from Talk of the Town 166. It seems like everyone’s gotten use to the fact that we have two linkups every week, one for DIY and the other for Recipes! This weekly post continues to be a favorite here on My Repurposed Life. What will you make?
Using a wooden box bought at a thrift store for less than $4, I made a mail organizer. On the outside it’s a chalkboard, no surprise there, but when you open it up, wowser! That’s where all the organization takes place for mail organization and bill paying.
Our monthly Thrift Store Decor project post might just be my favorite. Y’all really seem to LOVE these small makeovers because each month it continues to be the most popular post on My Repurposed Life. I always look forward to seeing what my friends will makeover.
We’re back with another great edition of Talk of the Town to inspire you with great projects and yummy treats! What will you make or bake?
How to make a faux dresser harp chalkboard out of odd, unwanted items. I never find old dresser harps in my junking adventures. So, I made it up as I went along. One can never have too many chalkboards, right?
This easy coat rack shelf made from a cabinet door project makes me smile. It was fairly easy the way I made it, but I have tips on how you can make it easily if you don’t have the tools I have. You can see the simple construction is a long narrow cabinet door…
Yummy DIY projects and recipes for you to try this week! I hope you love them as much as we do! Be sure to check them out.
You need a new bed, but the matching nightstands are $500 extra. Your nightstands are still in good shape, but they are outdated and don’t match the new bed. Not a problem. A quick DIY paint job is in order! Step by step directions on how to give these nightstands an updated vintage black paint job with gentle distressing.
I have the cutest project to share with you. This Dr. Seuss Decoupage Chair is perfect for celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2. I chose to copy pages from my Cat in the Hat book, which probably isn’t my favorite book. I think I love One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish the best! I’m sharing the good the bad and the ugly of this almost gone wrong decoupage chair project.
There’s a lot of green in this week’s Talk of the Town features. I guess everyone is ramping up for St Patrick’s day next month. Thanks to all who visit and link up each week for this very popular party post! I truly appreciate you all!
I’ve put together a great collection of over 35 picture frame ideas for home decor and more! Picture frames are everywhere, and I’m thinking you probably have at least 3-5 laying around your home somewhere needing a new purpose. Hop over to see all the fabulous transformations from My Repurposed Life and friends.
How to make a drop cloth chalkboard. paint on the chalkboard paint, add pallet boards for hanging. A twisted wire hanger completes the rustic looking chalkboard.
Are you ready for Talk of the Town? We’re here to help you find new projects and yummy things to make and bake! I hope you find something to keep you busy, either from your hostesses or one of the features.
I love using old cabinet doors to make new and useful projects. This chalkboard key rack wall organizer is perfect for the gal or family on the go! Keep everything you need right by the back door. Hop over to see complete step by step directions.
Step by step directions on how to decoupage a thrift store basket with hydrangea beverage napkins. I’m not sure why I waited so long to do this project. I have a lot of napkins left over, what should I do next?
It’s almost Valentine’s Day! It’s not too late to be inspired by a few of our features. I hope you find something this week to make or bake someday soon.
This easy, fun repurposed table shelf project is made from a couple of boards and queen anne table legs. You will love this quick and easy project that you can do in an afternoon.
I’m so giddy about this project! I love how my repurposed lamp plant stands turned out. This is a fairly easy project if you have enough junk in your stash. I save lamp parts when I do projects, so I had extra stuff. I recommend you dedicate a place to hold onto them as well. 🙂
And we’re live with Talk of the Town #160! What will you find to make or bake? So many great features, I can’t wait to see what is shared this week!
Vintage shutters (if in good shape) are very sturdy. If properly attached they can even be strong enough to make a bookcase! I’ll show you just how to do it in this Repurposed Shutters Bookcase Tutorial.
I’m so excited about our new Club Couture™. Club Couture™ is an exciting opportunity for my customers to subscribe and receive an exclusive Chalk Transfer™ design and three coordinating Chalkology™ Paste Singles every month for just $19.99!
This linen closet organization project was a long time coming! Would you believe it took me nearly a month to complete this bathroom organization task? You know how a lot of people “turn over a new leaf” in January? We make resolutions, and start purging. A friend told me about a challenge, and I jumped…
It’s time for Talk of the Town Tuesday! Can you guess which features I chose? A big thanks to everyone who shares their projects and recipes. I also appreciate those who check out this post each week. It’s a popular feature here at My Repurposed Life.
I’ve put together a collection of over 65 chalkboard project ideas from My Repurposed Life and friends. Even a beginner can make some of these chalkboard projects. Hop over to be inspired to make something one day soon!
This fun repurposed cabinet door made into a craft paper dispenser is easier than it looks. Don’t attach your paper dispenser to your wall, make it more portable. By using a cabinet door with d-rings, this paper dispenser can easily be moved from the kitchen to the playroom.
Fun projects and recipes this week for out features. Maybe you can find something to make for Valentine’s day. I can’t wait to see what is share this week. As Valentine’s day approaches, I think there will be a lot more holiday projects.