My New Farmhouse Entry Bench from an Old Door

I’ve  wanted a small old church pew for several years to use in my farmhouse entryway but either they way out of my price range or they were much too large. So what’s a gal to do? Ask her husband to make a farmhouse entryway bench instead! :0) Making an entryway bench that looks like a church pew isn’t at the top of our list of projects to finish, but when I when I came across this bench on Pinterest, I {Read More}

The Best Farmhouse Style Decor on Amazon

So today I was shopping online on for a room we’re giving a makeover to (more on that soon!) and, as usual, I started out looking for practical items and ended up looking at

Rustic Wood Crate Mason Jar Centerpiece for Spring

This Rustic Wood Crate Mason Jar Centerpiece is an easy build project that’s perfect for special occasions or on a farmhouse kitchen table.

Mini Galvanized Bucket & Mason Jar Succulent Planters

Mini Galvanized Buckets & Mason Jar Succulent Planters About six months ago, I bought a bunch of miniature mason spice jars.  I’ve been holding on to them all this time, not knowing what I’d do with them. A few days ago, I was looking at the hens and chicks in my junk garden ladder plant stand, and I had a light bulb moment! I decided to dig up some of the smaller plants and put them in the little jars.

Faux Flowers Baby’s Breath Grapevine Wreath

Faux Flowers Baby’s Breath Grapevine Wreath This easy DIY wreath is budget-friendly and you can use your favorite flowers or colors. My middle son’s wedding is less than two weeks away and I’ve only finished one of the projects I need to make, so the countdown has begun to finish up the rest of the wedding decor projects.

DIY Repurposed Cabinet Door Gather Sign 

How to Make a Farmhouse Style Repurposed Cabinet Door Gather Sign I purchased this old cabinet off of Craigslist.  It was in rough condition, but I was fine with that.  I really just wanted the doors and shelves to make a farmhouse kitchen sign.

More Farmhouse Style Tiered Stands

Farmhouse Style Tiered Stands Well, hello, tiered stands – I’ve missed you! It’s been a very long time since I’ve worked on any farmhouse style tiered stands. I love making them and have missed working on them, but I ran very low on my supply of bowls and spindles.  I finally built up enough supplies in my stash and my husband jumped in and helped me work on four new ones, since I’m still feeling a bit weak from when {Read More}

Farmhouse Style Burlap Table Runners DIY in Under 1 Hour

Farmhouse Style Burlap Table Runners Before I get started with today’s post, I just wanted to thank everyone who entered my Flea Market Style book giveaway.  The winner has been emailed. I had so much fun reading your comments that I’ve decided to do another giveaway next month, so stay tuned! Now, back to today’s projects … I’ve been wanting to add more handmade goods to my online shop, but I couldn’t decide which goods to offer. After making a table {Read More}

What’s New in Affordable Farmhouse Style Decor

What’s New in Affordable Farmhouse Style Decor I’m on the road again, on my way to my niece’s wedding. It’s a long drive, but I’m so excited for her and am so glad my entire family (+ two fiancées) will all be together to celebrate her special day with her. It’s going to be a short trip because everyone has to get back to work, and we’ll hit the ground running helping with last minute projects as soon as we arrive. {Read More}

Wooden Spoons Rustic Farmhouse Kitchen Wall Art

Wooden Spoons Rustic Farmhouse Kitchen Wall Art Before I share today’s project, I’ve got a question for you. What kinds of things do you collect? If money were no object, there are so many things I’d love to collect, like antique quilts. But, alas, money IS an object, so I’m a cheapo collector. 🙂 In fact, the most money I think I’ve ever spent on something I love to collect was a whopping $18 for an antique ironstone pitcher. I {Read More}

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