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.
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!
I’ve been working my way through the free furniture I got earlier this year. You may remember the awesome dresser bench I made last week. By parting out the dresser I was left with two louvered dresser doors. They were used in this easy project to make a wall cabinet great for craft storage!
As any crafter knows, our supplies tend to breed when we’re not looking, and it’s easy to run out of space to put everything, so this pallet shelf project helps solve that problem. It’s perfect for small spaces where you don’t have room for large shelves. First, you’ll need to construct three small crates from the bottom…
How to make a faux ladder for a craft display using scrap lumber and repurposed spindles. This could also be used as a handy blanket ladder.
I have a fun project for you today. I changed out the screen from a vintage storm door with chicken wire. I am taking part in a huge Flea Market show in Louisville over the 4 day Memorial Day weekend. I am not exactly sure what all I’m taking, but I will be be selling…