Archives for August 2015

Signs & Such Sale!

Thanks so much to all of you who made suggestions of project ideas to use the antique flour sack image on yesterday – I knew you guys would think of some great ideas that I hadn’t thought of, and you did! I’m hoping now that are summer activities have ended, my husband and I (mostly my husband!) can get back to working on our bedroom remodel that’s been at a standstill for several months. In order to bet back to {Read More}

Vintage Inspiration Party #202 -Antique Church Pew, Vintage License Plate & more!

Welcome back to the Vintage Inspiration Party. We are so glad you’re here! The VIP is the place to share anything old, treasured, passed-down or tattered. You can also share projects that were made to look old, including repurposed and upcycled creations. Take a look at what your hosts have been up to recently! Connect with My Salvaged Treasures – Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram Quickie Projects  Connect with Organized Clutter – Facebook / Pinterest / Twitter / Instagram Repurposed {Read More}

Antique Flour Sack Printable Images

The small town where my son goes to college only has 1 antique store, but I always check it out when we’re there.  Most things are a bit pricey, but I keep my eye out for small, less expensive items, and I found one I loved.  It’s a very small antique flour sack.  It had a paper tag envelope still attached to it, which explains that the sack held just a sample amount of King’s Castle flour, and originally included recipes which could be {Read More}

Autumn Moments Coat Rack Sign

It’s still a little over a month before Autumn officially arrives, but we took our middle son back to his college over the weekend, and that means that summer is basically over for my family and we’ll get back to our usual schedules and work now.  I’m sad summer is coming to an end, but I do love autumn. It’s a season so rich with wonderful smells, beautiful sights and yummy things to eat. When you think of autumn, what images immediately {Read More}

Vintage Butter Box Printable

Putting together little vignettes in my home is one of my favorite things to do.  Usually these vignettes will be on a shelf, the top of my piano desk, or on a dresser.  I can quickly change them out for different seasons, or when I have a new piece to add to one of my collections.  One of the things I like to collect and display in vignettes is old grocery store product packages.  I especially love old egg cartons and {Read More}

Galvanized and Metal Decor – Farmhouse Friday #18

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This week’s Farmhouse Friday theme is one of my favorites – galvanized and metal projects and decor.

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Hydrangeas, Lavender and Friends

I’ve tried for 2 years now to grow hydrangeas and lavender, and both times my plants died.  I don’t know if it’s because I have the brownest thumb on the planet, or if I’m just not planting them in soil that’s correct for them, but either way, it bums me out.  Every year I have visions of cutting my own lavender and hydrangeas, and every year I fail.  To console  myself this year, I turned to one of my sweet {Read More}

Vintage Dictionary Page Printables

If you read my post a few days ago, about how I managed to drown my laptop in the bathtub, I’m happy to report that my husband saved the day (and all my saved files)!  After letting the laptop dry out for several days, he removed the hard drive and tried installing it in  another computer to see if it was ruined or not.  Believe it or not, it appears that all my saved files and photos were there!  There were {Read More}

Vintage Inspiration Party #201 – Red Pantry Screen Door and More and Giveaway Winner!

Welcome back to the Vintage Inspiration Party. We are so glad you’re here! The winner of my Vintage Sign Stencils giveaway is announced at the bottom of this post! 🙂 The VIP is the place to share anything old, treasured, passed-down or tattered.  You can also share projects that were made to look old, including repurposed and upcycled creations. Take a look at what your hosts have been up to recently! Connect with My Salvaged Treasures – Facebook / Pinterest {Read More}

DIY Farmhouse Photo Coasters

Have you all just wandered around a home improvement store lately?  I’m telling you, even if you don’t have a DIY house project to work on, you’ll still walk out with project ideas you never knew you wanted to make. Last week when I was in Lowes getting beadboard for my drawer-turned-farmhouse cabinet, I was browsing the end caps on my way up to the cash register, …and there it was – the next project I had NO idea I wanted to make. {Read More}

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