I made a diy headband organizer for my great niece! Her mom had been wanting a way to keep all of those small hair accessories organized. I’ll share tips for dry brushing the hooks with a sweet pink color and glazing the wood to give it the perfect gray glaze.
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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 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.
This necklace holder jewelry organizer was a fun project using an old lamp and a wire fruit basket. This project would also be great for holding a baby girl’s headbands and bows. Easy directions over on the blog.
Welcome back to Talk of the Town! First, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts! DIY Pallet Wood Coat Hook Rack Grain Sack Typography Chair Recent Finds-Happy New Year Clean Up Your Act Reorganization Challenge Octagon Tray Over 100 Ideas To Keep You Organized In 2018 How…
Mindi is sharing a fabulous tutorial of how to make a planked wood sign using scraps with the phrase “Dance in the Rain”. Mindi always give great tips and you’re sure to learn something.
Hi friends! I made a Dollar Store Garland Christmas Tree for the very first ever Dollar Store Design Squad party! I’ve put together a great group of bloggers to bring you awesome dollar store projects six times a year. I’ve tried to make it easy to remember. New projects will be on the FIRST Friday…
I love making projects using reclaimed wood. A lot of people use barn wood and pallet wood, but my go-to is weathered fence wood. This easy coffee sign with hooks to hold coffee cups is perfect for displaying in a kitchen coffee station area. I stenciled the word COFFEE on the fence boards and then framed them. To see more details and tips, hop over.
Last week I shared Home Depot’s Holiday Tree Shelf that they are having a workshop with this coming Saturday. Today, I’m sharing a tutorial on my version of a Christmas Tree Shelf. I give you step by step directions to make my version. If you want to make one like the Holiday Tree Shelf from Home Depot, hop over to the blog and get the details there.
I’ve been trying really hard to not bring anything home that I don’t have a project in mind. It’s difficult, but hey! it’s a start, right? Because of that I’m combining two months of recent finds into one post. A neighbor dismantled an old table and brought me the legs. Isn’t it funny-I have…
Glendale 2017 is over! Today’s post will show you how we set up the booth and I’m sharing with 12 tips for a Successful Craft Show. Please share this with your family and friends that are doing craft shows this holiday season.
It’s time for this month’s Power Tool Challenge. The theme is right up my alley, REPURPOSED. If you love doing repurposed projects, you can share them for a chance to win one of two Ryobi prize packs. All the details are in the blog post, so click over and get all the details. I can’t wait to see what you will make!
An old oak drop leaf table gets a new purpose as a craft table. Tips on repairing and painting furniture to help you in your next furniture makeover. Hop over to see how I fixed a broken chair using an automotive clamp.
You’re looking at the best place to find headboard benches. These repurposed bed projects are perfect for your patio, home and more. Every project has a complete tutorial to show you just how the bench was made from a bed headboard and more.
Talk of the Town #89 is live with great DIY and Food features. Fall ideas and a coat rack round out the diy projects. Three yummy desserts and zucchini bread are the featured recipes.
Talk of the Town #88 is ready to inspire you with great diy projects, mostly fall ideas and some yummylicious recipes. Have you noticed that there are two link ups now? One for DIY and another for Food and recipes. I think it makes it so much easier for friends to find what they’re looking for. What are your favorites?
Thrift stores are great places to find gold mirror frames to repurpose and transform into new and functional pieces such as this handy memo cork board. Paint is an amazing way to change up hollywood regency gold mirror frames. Tips on cutting thick cork board, as well as other great thrift store makeovers from the Thrift Stored Decor Challenge team!
Using FREE bed posts (have you ever seen a bed with these kinds of posts?) and some bargain plywood along with the picture frame molding I recently shared, I made this handy double column console table. I also think it would be great at a vintage wedding for displaying photos and a guest book.
Using two free table legs and a table leaf from the storage garage, I made this beautiful new console table perfect for a hallway, entry or even as a sofa table. Tips and tidbits for you to file away to use someday in your own shop.
I am so excited to share this month’s Power Tool Challenge project. The theme was Summer Fun, and I DID struggle with trying to figure out WHAT to make. But when I figured it out, I ran with it and I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out! I made a portable diy pallet bar. It’s so easy to set up, store and transport for on-the-go parties and functions. I did a little video so you can see exactly how easy it sets up.
It’s rare for me-but two items in this month’s recent finds post have already been blogged about. Yep, you’ve already seen the completed projects before I’ve even shared where I picked them up. I hope you hop over to check out the rest of my great finds from May.
oooh la la ! Fun features this week. A little bit of everything. Before you hop over to check them out, make a guess of which one of the items is my feature.
I LOVE making repurposed door projects. This DIY entry table is beautiful and functional. Add a basket under the lower shelf to add even more functionality. The blue door and table is the perfect addition to any home decor. The addition of a chalkboard is just the icing on the cake! Click over to see all the details so you can make one yourself.
We have another Thrift Store Decor project today! I’m sharing the easiest and cheapest project ever. $2.50 Easy Glass Globe Solar Light! Drop another buck for a bracket and you’re all set. I love how this set looks on my front gate arbor. Think weddings, parties and more!
I recently got some awful furniture, including a dresser. I re-imagined the dresser into a beautiful and useful storage bench. I even went the extra mile on this one and made a cushion and pillows. The step by step tutorial is only a click away! I think you’ll be amazed!
It’s time for the Power Tool Challenge, and it’s a Home Decor reader event. We’re sharing what we made, but we’re also inviting YOU to share your projects for a chance to win a fabulous prize pack from Homeright. I made this much needed custom sofa side table to help me keep track of all my remotes in the living room!
I recently got a free dresser (I call the tall pieces chest of drawers, but most people call them dressers). The piece had a lot of damage on the bottom, after cutting off the damaged portion, it was shorter, and seemed the perfect size to make a coffee station cabinet. A step by step tutorial is just waiting for you on the blog.
I love making hall trees. I think a green hall tree was one of my very first projects. This one was made from an old door and a dreadful orange shelf/nightstand. I’m so pleased how it turned out. I’ll show you how I removed all evidence of the doorknob! Do click to see the transformation!
This month’s power tool challenge was “favorite tool”. Although the jigsaw is not my very favorite tool, I think it might be the best option for a beginner’s first saw! You’ll be inspired by all the projects from my friends as well as this easy diy cutting board!
This month I have been cleaning things out and getting organized. I just made a super cute Desk Organizer out of fence wood scraps, crib slats and left over chicken wire. It is great to keep my taxes and bills from getting lost! I am excited to share a simple picture tutorial so you can make your own!
The results are in of the 2017 Survey! I learned so much and I’m already in the process of making a lot of changes. Many changes to make the site better and more user friendly. I’ve also made changes for email subscribers. Bonus! I updated my mobile theme-so it’s going to look different-more like the desktop version. I hope you enjoy reading some comments, and love the new changes coming!
A couple of months ago I found a great deal on picture frames. Soon after I got an even better deal on some cork boards. It seemed to me that they were meant to come together to make a picture frame cork board. Good Deal on Cork Board I got this great deal on cork…
Welcome back to Talk of the Town and Happy New Year! First, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts! Top 10 Farmhouse Blog Posts My Top 5 Favorite Projects From Cupboard to Kitchen Island Inspiring Verse YOUR Favorite Beyond the Picket Fence Projects …
I have a really great project today. Can you believe I got three projects out of one vintage desk? Today’s project is a narrow wall shelf made from part of a desk top. Repurposed Desk Top into Narrow Wall Shelf Here is the original desk I picked up at Vendors’ Village. This is the first…
We’re so near the end of 2016 that it’s almost unbelievable where the last year went. I find that as I get older, the years seem to pass even faster. Here we are at TOTT #53, so that’s a year of these wonderful parties and features. We so appreciate your visits and your sharing these…
I have a fun and easy repurposed furniture bedpost wall shelf project to share with you today using bed posts from another headboard project I made. We all know how much I love cutting up furniture. Whenever I cut legs off of headboards I always save them for other projects and this project was fun…
I recently picked up this twin headboard, and actually got a deal on it for $4 from John at Vendors’ Village. I decided to make it into a bench, but within minutes I knew it needed to be a bench with storage. One thing lead to another, and suddenly it was going to be a…
How to make a Bless The Food Before Us sign using reclaimed, weathered fence boards. This step by step tutorial will tell you how to build, paint, frame and stencil this extra large handmade sign.
Today I’m going to show you a simple thrift store footstool makeover. This poor little guy definitely needed some TLC. Even John (vendor 169) at Vendors’ Village knew it had possibilities if it were recovered. But I wanted to do a little more than that. I figured it needed a little color. …
Welcome back to Talk of the Town! First, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts! My 5 Favorite Farmhouse Signs & Tips To Create Your Own Magnolia House Style DIY Sign Birch Tree Trend I’m Loving Right Now Red Barn Door DIY Rustic Industrial Chest Of Drawers Inspiring…