We’re looking back over the most popular projects from 2017. How does a blogger figure out their most popular posts? We use Google Analytics. Over the last year, many of the most popular posts (according to GA) are older projects from years past. I weeded out those and I’m only sharing the most popular from this past year. Which is your favorite? Did it make the cut?
I have partnered with Maytag to sponsor this post, but all thoughts and opinions are my own. Sometimes a project like removing several layers of kitchen flooring can seem so challenging and overwhelming. That is until you know the right way to do it. I’ve disliked my vinyl kitchen floor for many, many years. Because…
This awesome collection of lamps, chandeliers, lights and more will show you why you should never pass up a good deal on any light fixture at the flea market or thrift store.
I used a free old clock to make a repurposed project for Christmas. The clock frame would also make a great shadow box if you attach a new back.
This past year was a busy one for the Thrift Store Decor team. 100 project ideas just for you! Surely there’s something you missed in this huge collection of thrift store decor projects. I wonder which one you will try?
Sometimes I make myself laugh out loud. I am far from perfect and make the same silly mistakes that you may make on your projects. Just remember to laugh at yourself and not take it too serious. That’s the case in this JOY wooden spindle sign I made for Christmas.
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.
I’m so excited to share my latest Christmas project with you. I made a Christmas Tree Stand Box to hide the trunk of your tree–a great alternative to using a tree skirt. My friend Kim inspired me. Hop over to see how my Christmas box folds flat for storage. Be sure to visit Kim to see how she made her scrap wood crate!
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…
It’s Power Tool Challenge Time! This month the theme is Secret Santa. We’re exchanging our decorative items with another member of the team. I can’t wait to see who my secret Santa is! All of the projects are so cute, I’ll be happy no matter who it is. Hop over to see all of the fun holiday projects!
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.
This roundup of 50+ repurposed table ideas will inspire you to change up or transform that table you have in storage, or maybe you just found the perfect table at a thrift store or on the side of the road. In any case, you’re sure to find something here to inspire you to save an…
I’m sharing tips with you on how to lay laminate floating floors. There are some definite things you shouldn’t do, but I have some very helpful tips to make this Do It Yourself job much easier.
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.
Mindi will show you how to create a beautiful Magnetic Chalkboard flower. Fun home decor using a $1 pizza tray and bead board!
For this month’s Thrift Store Decor Team challenge I decided to go with something for the holidays. This simple jelly jar centerpiece was fun and easy to put together using a small drawer and items from the dollar store. Be sure to check out the other projects from my friends.
Do you like to make pallet wood projects? Are you looking for the best way to harvest pallet wood? I’ve searched the internet and found the ten best videos showing how to take pallets apart with and without using power tools. There is something for everyone. I’d love to know what technique you use to dismantle pallets.
You guys! I’m so excited to share these easy scrap molding signs with you! Sometimes projects are accidental around My Repurposed Life! While cleaning the garage out, I found a couple of small pieces of molding that I just couldn’t get rid of. I don’t know what kind of molding this is. I don’t think…
I have a fun repurposed porch post coat rack project to share with you today! It was a last minute Glendale project, and I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. I used my new favorite paint technique. I just can’t stop using that glaze! I hope you love it as much as I do. It was popular in the booth last weekend at the craft show.
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!