August Monthly Recap | 12 Projects and Posts from Knick of Time

August Monthly Recap

Like so many of you, I’ve watched the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.  My cousin’s 1-story home in Tomball, Texas, was spared by just inches.  She was able to get out once the flooding on the roads subsided.   A cousin of my son’s fiancée was less fortunate, and lost everything.  I know the situation will get worse for those in areas that will be flooded by the release of water from reservoirs.  I know many of my readers are in the Houston area and others are affected by flooding, and I pray everyone is safe.  Please let me know you are okay when you can.

Now, on to a look at what I shared in August.

Farmhouse covered back porch decor with canvas pillows and faux wicker furniture

My husband and I kicked off the month of August by giving our back porch a makeover.  If you didn’t see how it looked before, you can see the disaster HERE.  I’m warning you – it was BAD.

I can’t believe we waited so long to do this makeover, because we are loving this space now.  Tomorrow I’ll be sharing  another project I finished for the other side of the porch!

Farmhouse guest house with upcycled painted lamp, farmer's market stenciled lamp shade and sunflowers and wildflowers in vintage enamelware pitchers | www.knickoftime.net
Next up, I made over a thrift store lamp using the Farmer’s Market stencil to add more farmhouse style in my guest house.  See how the lamp looked before HERE.

Potted faux lavender aromatherapy table centerpiece | www.knickoftime.net

I’ve never had any success growing real lavender, so I made an Aromatherapy Lavender centerpiece that smells like the real thing!  The tutorial is HERE.

I don’t buy things on Craigslist often, but I bought an old cabinet and transformed it into a farmhouse style bookcase I love.  See the before and how I did it HERE.

Farmhouse style antique flour bin repurposed as an accent table by Knick of Time | www.knickoftime.net

The next project was one of the most rewarding projects I’ve done in a while.  I turned a broken antique flour bin into a farmhouse accent table.  You can see how I did it HERE.

How to make a DIY wedding sign that looks like pallet wood | www.knickoftime.net

I finished this faux pallet wood sign for my middle son’s upcoming wedding, and I love how it turned out.  The tutorial is HERE.

Unique affordable farmhouse decor online

HERE I shared some of my favorite affordable farmhouse decor finds online.

Don't shop at Hobby Lobby or Michaels for fall home decor! Save money and make this easy DIY rustic wooden clip board for family photos or free Autumn word art printables from Knick of Time | www.knickoftime.net

I kicked off my autumn decorating with an easy rustic photo clipboard.  The tutorial is HERE.

Easy DIY Farmer's Market kitchen sign on salvaged wood | www.knickoftime.net

I changed up a wall in my kitchen with a working Farmer’s Market sign to hold produce.  HERE’S the tutorial.

Miniature Mason Jar Citronella Oil Lamps for a Cabin Weekend Getaway | www.knickoftime.net

On of the best weekends was when my daughter and I went on a camping cabin getaway, and I brought along Mini Mason Jar Citronella lamps that worked amazingly.  Get the how-to HERE.

Farmhouse Style Upcycled Rooster Succulent Planter | www.knickoftime.net

In  memory of my daughter’s rooster, I upcycled a thrift store planter and planted hens and chicks in it to gift to her.  The super easy DIY is HERE.

DIY Fall Home Decor, Crafts and Printables | www.knickoftime.net

I wrapped up the month with a huge roundup of 30+ DIY project ideas, printables, and antique graphic for fall.  You can see them all HERE.

Thanks so much for joining me throughout the month of August and Happy September to you all!

August Monthly Recap at Knick of Time | www.knickoftime.net

 

Vaya con Dios,

 

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