How to make a craft show chalkboard using a vintage ladder to display it. A thrift store artwork frame is the perfect option to use as a large chalkboard space. With so much room, you will have area to write needed information or add an open/closed sign like I did. Lots of DIY tips and tidbits included so you can make your own chalkboard.
Talk of the Town #196 is live and ready to inspire you with great projects and Fall Recipes.
It’s so much fun to transform old pieces into new items! Cutting something to make it smaller, or adding items to make it larger are perfect ways to consider changing things up. This hutch top ended up making the best coat rack shelf. You will love it!
Sometimes ya just gotta redo a redo, know what I mean? I first refinished this vintage mirror TEN years ago, and it never found a new home. It was time to change things up a bit. Who knows, if it doesn’t sell, maybe it needs to be a cute chalkboard?
A friend gave me a couple of ladder back chairs last year. She had found them on the side of the road. I felt they were the perfect project for this month’s Thrift Store Decor Challenge! For painting details please visit Homeright DIY. Do you like them after I glazed them, or should I have stopped with the white paint?
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?
It’s time for out Dollar Store Design Squad projects. This month we have a Fall theme, and we’re asking you to share you clever and creative projects with us! If you’ve made fun decor projects using Dollar Store items, please share them with us!
More fun Fall Features from this week’s Talk of the Town. As we head into the busy holiday season you can expect to find more and more great ideas to help you bake, decorate and party!
Creepy, scary pumpkin head made with a heat gun! Oh my! For this blogger challenge I wanted to do something less creepy, but I do love how this dollar store pumpkin man turned out! Heating the foam really makes the difference after you carve the face out of the foam pumpkin. It’s a contest, please vote for me on Instagram! thanks!
It’s almost October, so I thought it’s a good time to share an easy scrap wood Halloween project. I used Chalk Couture screen print transfers and chalk paste to decorate these scrap 2×4’s. This quick and easy project could be done for any holiday.
We have some really fun and yummy features for you this week. I hope you are inspired to make or bake something fun this Fall!
I’ve been keeping a secret, and I can finally spill the beans with you. My neighbor has an extra outbuilding that she isn’t using for her apartment complex. So, now I have a place to store and display my finished repurposed furniture projects and craft items! I’m so excited to share the details with you!