For this month’s DIY challenge “wall art” I made a wooden letter board. I recently bought a very inexpensive one, but decided I would prefer to make my own. Some of my steps are a little difficult for a beginner, but I’ll share tips so you can make your own. Bonus: check out the other wall art projects from my friends.
Do you ever have craft nights with the girls? It doesn’t happen much around here, but I recently got together with some friends to make mason jar luminaries. My friend Regina actually bought all the supplies to make this easy mason jar project as Christmas presents, but as life would have it, things got too…
How to make a repurposed drawer shadow box using a reclaimed drawer and a thrift store picture frame. Step by step directions and lots of tips to pull of this DIY!
Because it’s the second Wednesday of the month, I have a fun thrift store decor challenge project. Do you remember when I used the hydrangea napkins on a basket last year? I have plenty of napkins leftover, so I used them on a vintage sewing drawer. Be sure to check out all the other projects from my friends.
We’re back with another great edition of Talk of the Town! We so appreciate you sharing your DIY ideas and recipes with us each week. You all inspire us with your imagination and creativity.
I’m revisiting an old project with new photos and directions, adding what I would do differently if I were to build it today. I’ve learned a lot over the last 10 years! I’m sharing a repurposed door bookshelf from the archives.
I finally did it! I made a reclaimed wood heart for Valentine’s day. I’ve long admired others I’ve seen my blog friends make. This step by step tutorial will show you just how easy it is, and make you wonder why you’ve never made one. You still have time to make one for your home or someone you love!
I hope you’ve had a nice, productive week! We’re back with Talk of the Town #210! Enjoy the features and the new projects linked up. If you have something to share, please place it in the appropriate space, either DIY or Recipes. Thanks!
This bench made from a door is a perfect weekend project. You can have it built and painted in just a couple of days. I’m sharing some things that didn’t quite work for me as well as the easiest way ever to quickly paint this project!
Ohh, how easy this project is! How to use vintage drawer fronts as hook racks. Give new coat hooks a vintage look with spray paint and rub-n-buff! Don’t pass on free junky stuff! Repurpose it!
Welcome to Talk of the Town #209. We’re back with great DIY and Recipe features, something for everyone! Enjoy, and visit the features for more details.
It’s time for our Building Blogger Challenge. This month’s challenge — Let’s Get Organized! So many great projects shared helping you get organized in so many ways! Be sure to visit my friends to see their awesome projects, AFTER you check out my Farmhouse Floating Shelf for the T.V.