I have an easy craft project to share with you! How to decoupage a watering can using pretty floral napkins. This easy craft can be done in just a couple of hours. Do more than one to make a set. Great for displaying cut flowers indoors.
Woohoo! Are you ready for Thrift Store Projects extreme? Over 100 projects of all kinds to inspire you over the next few months. My friends and I are sharing our greatest thrift store project ideas all in one place. Sit back, grab a drink and enjoy!
This very fun and easy project will make you smile–oh wait that’s me! I love all shades of blue, but don’t really need beachy or coastal decor. I still want to add something to this project, so I’m looking for your advice about how I should finish it off. If you do a lot of framing I have the tool you need to put on your wish list!
Sometimes ya just gotta redo a redo, know what I mean? I first refinished this vintage mirror TEN years ago, and it never found a new home. It was time to change things up a bit. Who knows, if it doesn’t sell, maybe it needs to be a cute chalkboard?
Being the second Wednesday of the month means that it’s time for our Thrift Store Decor Team challenge. My friends never disappoint. They are so clever and crafty. Be sure to check out their awesome projects. This is one of your favorite days here on My Repurposed Life. Let me know what your favorite project is, k?
Ohhh, how I love easy projects! That’s what Friday’s are all about here on My Repurposed Life. KISS Keep it simple, stupid. With a little TLC, paint and glaze, this side table makeover is complete! Bonus!! Remove (or open) the door and it converts to a pet bed, giving your furbaby peace of mind and security to keep them from being underfoot.
Our monthly Thrift Store Decor project post might just be my favorite. Y’all really seem to LOVE these small makeovers because each month it continues to be the most popular post on My Repurposed Life. I always look forward to seeing what my friends will makeover.
How to update a thrift store pedestal bowl using paint, glaze and a stipple effect. The stipple effect is done with a chip brush and helps to hide the brush strokes of paint and glaze.
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 Shopping at thrift stores and flea markets is the perfect way to pick up unwanted and outdated pieces that just need a little TLC.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?
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?
It’s time for the Thrift Store Decor Challenge team project for this month. I’m giving a small wooden trinket keepsake box a makeover with paint and rub-n-buff. Have you ever used it? Well… have you used it for stenciling? Be sure to check out the projects from my friends as well. They’re pretty much awesome!
You won’t believe what I made this tiered stand from—a table lamp thing! I mean it was a table that had a lamp made into it. There it is—on the left. It was a free table from my friend. *Amazon Affiliate Links are used in this post* Dismantle the old lamp I…
I am sharing a vintage washboard memo project. Why? I’ve joined a group of bloggers that have been doing themed projects, Thrift Store Décor! I’m so happy to be part of this wonderful group of multi-talented ladies! And …. y’all know how much I love shopping at thrift stores.