It’s time for Talk of The Town #111. We have fun features for you. The party has been really popular lately with tons of great projects and recipes shared. You should definitely click over and check out all the goodies.
I continue to work on my kitchen updates. Although I still have a lot to do, I’m happy to have this job behind me. Would you believe I considered doing this plank ceiling by myself? What was I thinking. Soon after we started, I realized that would have been impossible. I’m giving you tips and tricks that we learned along the way. Bye-bye popcorn ceiling!
I love reclaimed wood projects. Mostly I use weathered fencing, but I recently got some great blue pallet wood. So for this month’s power tool challenge I decided to make a printable pallet frame. It’s a fun printable that my friend Jocie made for me. I have never really posted a printable on this site,…
It’s time for this month’s Thrift Store Decor project! I made a luggage rack side table using an old luggage rack I bought years ago and a cabinet door. The luggage rack was a pretty simple makeover, the cabinet door feet became a little more challenging. But I have good tips for you to add feet to make a cabinet door tray.
Welcome back to Talk of the Town! First, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts! Using Stencils To Spray Paint On Glass Make A Farmhouse Style Milk Bottle Lower Blood Pressure Super Food Breakfast Smoothie Loaf Pan Planter Recent Finds February 2018 How To Make A Twisted Wire…
Talk of the Town #109 features are up! Great projects and recipes hand picked by your favorite bloggers. I hope you find something yummy to cook or fun to make.
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 didn’t really go shopping for stuff much last month, stuff just sort of found me. Much of what I’m showing was zero of the dollars. FREE folks! The items I did buy were all $1 or less. I really don’t need anything in my stash, but there are some things I can’t pass up. FREE legs and dressers are on that never pass up list!
We’re back with our second edition of the Dollar Store Design Squad. We have 10 great projects from the Dollar Store. My project cost just $3 and filled a need for my little Lulu Mae, a fun dog bowl mat. Won’t you hop over and see the other awesome projects in this month’s collection?
I messed up the original paint job on the sewing cabinet makeover. But I used the Super Finish Max Extra to save the day and give this cabinet a perfect, flawless makeover. I think you’ll love how it turned out. I know I do.
Talk of the Town #108 features are up and running. Great Valentine ideas and more. I hope you find something to pique your interest.
It’s over! The Clean Up Your Act Creative Space Reorganization Challenge! I didn’t exactly get D.O.N.E. But done enough for now. I’ve even worked on a few projects in my newly organized basement shop area. I’m so happy we put this together. I can’t wait to see your after pictures of your newly organized spaces.
I have put together a great collection of over 30 repurposed desk project ideas. Whether you are looking for ideas to update an old desk with paint and stain, or reinvent a desk into another piece of furniture, there’s something for everyone. I even have some ideas for using old desk parts for new and useful items.
Are you ready to cook and decorate for Valentine’s Day? Apparently that’s what all the bloggers are thinking about because we have some great Valentine ideas featured this week on Talk of the Town.
I am still working on the laundry space in the basement. The latest project I tackled in that space was painting the basement floor. I’ll share tips to help if you need to paint your basement. I’m really excited for you to see how it’s coming along. I’m loving the diy stenciled rug AND the laundry cart.