This month’s Thrift Store Decor project is a farmhouse perpetual calendar makeover. Using Chalk Couture transfers really makes this calendar so charming. If you’re handy enough to paint go for it! Tips for painting with homemade chalk paint and tips for distressing the already painted numbers and pegs.
This easy Dollar Tree project is perfect for your mantel or centerpiece for your table. Yes, paint a Dollar Tree Christmas village and use natural elements for a quick and easy project.
Step by step directions on how to decoupage a thrift store basket with hydrangea beverage napkins. I’m not sure why I waited so long to do this project. I have a lot of napkins left over, what should I do next?
It’s time for our Thrift Store Decor Team monthly project! I’m so happy with how my trinket box turned out. It’s really larger than it looks in the pictures. I haven’t quite figured out what I’m going to do with it. The thing would hold all of my remotes, but it would take up too much room on my coffee table. What would YOU do with it?
Easy step by step directions on how to make Christmas decor using aluminum cake pans and a cookie sheet. Sweet peppermint decor and a chalkboard. It can be used as a menu board, or a welcome sign for the front porch.
How to make a tall outdoor We Are Thankful sign out of reclaimed lumber. This is an easy afternoon project that will make you smile every time you see it. It’s the perfect reminder that we should be thankful for what we have.
Yay! It’s time for the Dollar Store Design Squad! Fun Fall projects made from dollar store items. Those foam pumpkins seem to be a favorite, what have you done with them?
I’m showing you how to do a reverse canvas technique. The reverse canvas uses a regular canvas and it’s frame but totally changes up the look. Easy video tutorial included.
It’s time for our Dollar Store Design Squad projects. This month we’re inviting you to share your projects with all of our readers. If you’ve made a great home decor project using items from a dollar store, please share it. I made a patriotic clothespin wreath for about $5.00.
How to make a Sorry game board box to hold trinkets, treasures or gifts! Step by step tutorial will show you just how to cut, score and fold all the lines to get your game board box to the perfect size.
I love Dollar Store projects, don’t you? I made some Hot Air Balloon decorations from Chinese Lanterns, Candy Cups and Ribbon from the Dollar Tree! I made several to use at a shower celebration, the more you make the cheaper they are per item. Details on the blog!
I have TEN clever projects that you can make this weekend using items from the dollar store! Most of these craft and home decor projects can be made for less than $5 each. What will YOU make?
Easy projects? Yep, I have them. I could have cut out my own, but I got a really good deal on pre-cut letters, so why? Decoupage letters like these cost over $20 on Etsy. I needed FIVE letters, so that meant it was time to DIY it! I’m sharing tips and tricks I’ve learned over the years so you can make your own decoupage name letters for your little one.
Spring Project ideas using thrift store items! Maybe you have some of these items at home already. Easy outdoor projects. Easy Home Decor projects to make this weekend.
It’s time for the Thrift Store Decor Challenge! I repurposed a cheese cloche glass dome into a butterfly display project. Small butterflies from the dollar store along with a $1 cheese tray makes this project a fun and easy Spring project.
I’m sharing a friend’s project today. It’s a beautiful felted sweater Christmas Stocking! Anita did a beautiful job on this thrift store sweater stocking. Wouldn’t this make a sweet gift?
Have you heard of a Cling Décor Stamp? I had no idea they existed until I accidentally found Iron Orchid Designs Periscopes and was instantly giddy about their products. *Amazon Affiliate Links included in this post* Let me tell you a little bit about my new friends—Sally and Josie, two sisters who are fabulously creative…
I’m sure you know I blogged about the wonderful new line of Martha Stewart paints, tools and stencils. Did you know there were a LOT of other bloggers doing the same? Check out the projects below. Clicking on the picture will take you to the post featured, whereas clicking on the blog name will take…
Look at these wonderful pictures! This one was taken with the light held toward the front. Light held on the right side (casting a shadow on the left) Light held directly overhead Light held on the left side (casting a shadow on the right) Light held toward the front of the box. Light held…