Talk of the Town 128 is filled with fabulous features from our blogger friends and so much inspiration from your hosts. There is definitely something to inspire you this week.
Talk of the Town #127 is up and ready to inspire you! If you have something to share, we’d love for you to link up your project or your recipe. Please note there are two linkups. One for DIY and such, and the other is strictly for recipes. Do share!
Are you ready for this week’s edition of Talk of the Town? So many great features of recipes and diy projects! What will inspire you to make or bake something new this week?
I made a fun concrete door stop for my master bedroom to enter in the One Bag Wonder contest by Quikrete. The winner wins a trip to my favorite blog conference. Wouldn’t that be wonderful? I have more mortar mix left, so I’d love to hear your suggestions for more projects.
We have fabulous features for you this week. I’m inspired every week by all the wonderful projects and recipes you share. For that I am grateful.
How to make an easy Americana Flag out of wooden garden stakes. This easy project is great to do with the kids for any patriotic holiday.
Talk of the Town #124 features great recipes and DIY projects to inspire you. Can you pick out my favorite?
It’s time to inspire you with great features from Talk of the Town #123. Something for you to make or bake.
Talk of the Town #122 is up and running! Lots of fun features for you to make this week. What is your favorite?
Talk of the Town #121 is up and ready to inspire you to diy something this weekend. Hope you love all of this week’s features.
Welcome back to Talk of the Town #120! As usual, you can probably predict which features are mine from last week. I can’t wait to see what y’all share this week. Remember there are two link ups. One for recipes and the other for DIY projects. I hope you enjoy the features and the new items shared this week.
Yummy recipes and great DIY projects for you to make very soon. My favorite? It’s so hard to choose! What’s your favorite?
Fun Flea Market Finds get makeovers! Lots of easy projects you can do in an afternoon. Shopping at thrift stores and flea markets is the perfect way to pick up unwanted and outdated pieces that just need a little TLC. What will you make?
Talk of the Town #118! woohooo More great ideas for you to do very soon. Make and Bake your little heart out with these great ideas from the best bloggers on the web.
Talk of the Town #117 features including yummy desserts and fun diy ideas. What will you make?
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?
I love looking for junk. Many times when I’m bored it’s my go-to pastime. Lately, I’ve been so busy with real life and DIY projects that I haven’t had time to think about being bored. Vendors’ Village is my favorite place to shop for great bargains. While visiting my booth I did do a little…
Talk of the Town #115 is ready to inspire you and if you’re a blogger, ready for you to share your latest and greatest project or recipe. Please remember there are two linkups, make sure you put your share in the right place. let’s go!
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.
Fun Spring projects and recipes are featured in this week’s Talk of the Town! Great stuff for you to make or bake. What’s your favorite?
Marie is still taking some time off. We have three great diy projects and three yummy recipes. I hope you find something to inspire you to make or bake! 🙂
Fun features included in this week’s Talk of the Town #112. Marie is taking a little break, so there are only 3 of us bloggers choosing our favorites for the next couple of weeks.
It’s time for Talk of The Town #111. We have fun features for you. The party has been really popular lately with tons of great projects and recipes shared. You should definitely click over and check out all the goodies.
Welcome back to Talk of the Town! First, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts! Using Stencils To Spray Paint On Glass Make A Farmhouse Style Milk Bottle Lower Blood Pressure Super Food Breakfast Smoothie Loaf Pan Planter Recent Finds February 2018 How To Make A Twisted Wire…
Are you ready to cook and decorate for Valentine’s Day? Apparently that’s what all the bloggers are thinking about because we have some great Valentine ideas featured this week on Talk of the Town.
Talk of the Town is back after taking a break for the holidays last week. Did you miss us? Yummy recipes and fun diy projects. What is your favorite feature?
You’re going to love this upcycled desk project! I found this desk for $15. The tag said “needs work”. Just what I was hoping for! The first thing I noticed was the missing middle drawer. No biggie, since I knew I was going to be deconstructing the piece to repurpose it. However, when…
Do you have an old headboard that you love, and don’t know what to do with it? A queen, full or king sized headboard is perfect for repurposing into a corner bench. Making a headboard corner bench is easier than you think, and I am showing you step by step just how to make one for that special corner in your home.
Last week I showed you the twin to this repurposed bunk bed …. the bunk bed wall shelf. Today I have another repurposed bunk bed project, a small shelf, but more importantly it’s a great DIY coat rack! Let’s see how it all started. My friend gave me these bunk bed pieces that…
I’m going to show you how to make a double chair bench, or maybe how NOT to make a double chair bench. Do you ever have a repurposed furniture project fail? I do. I never really have a plan when I jump into a project. I always wing it. Most of the time that…
A free roadside find-a mission style headboard is the perfect piece to make a headboard bench with storage. I don’t do storage benches very often. I love how this headboard turned out. I hope you love it too!
I’m going to show you step by step how to make a craft station that doubles as a kitchen island out of an old cabinet. PIN IT! Once upon a time I got this huge base cabinet. Not only was it taking up a LOT of room, it was resting on three of my…
I love today’s project, and I’m happy to share with you how I made a hall tree or entryway table using a small side table and an antique door. It was exciting to be invited to host an Artisan Workshop with Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Madison Indiana. I blogged about the workshop in my…
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 really love doing any kind of bench, but using an old crib to make a toy box just seemed like the perfect project. There were a few kinks to work out, but I love those kinds of challenges. Seeing a project come together without any plans drawn out is quite satisfying.
This repurposed headboard shelf coat rack is a fairly easy project for you to tackle this weekend. If you have a mudroom or a place that you’re in need of hanging hats, coats, or backpacks–this is a great fix. Step by step directions will show you just how to do it yourself.
I have another repurposed project, a chair back wall shelf made from my $2 thrift store chair. I’ve already made a chair seat wall shelf. Not bad to get two projects out of one $2 find, eh? I have a lot of chairs, but even so, I couldn’t pass up this deal.This one caught my…
Easy faux fireplace mantel makeover to inspire you! This electric fireplace was found on the road, sadly unwanted by someone. Little did they know the true beauty this faux fireplace could become with just a little paint and scrap lumber. You’re going to love how easy this project is.
This tutorial uses reclaimed wood to make a custom rustic shutter cabinet. The reclaimed wood is the same size as 1×6 pine boards that you can buy at your local hardware store. I’ll show you how to frame out the front facing, and build the cabinet to your size. No project is without a few kinks, I would love for you to click over to see the ins and outs of this project.
I’m excited to show you this sewing machine cabinet repurposed into a DIY hall tree. I’m so happy with how it turned out, and I know you’ll love it too! How to make A DIY hall tree made from a door and a sewing cabinet This is my design stage. Fancy, eh? I don’t ever…