How to Make a Cabinet Door Magnet Board

DIY Cabinet Door Magnet Board See my question and be sure to comment with your great ideas at the end of this post! 🙂 A week or so ago I made my repurposed cabinet door sign for my kitchen, but I still had the other door for the cabinet left.  I didn’t want to put it in my workshop, because I knew it would become buried with hundreds of other things in there, so I figured I’d better make something {Read More}

How to Make an Old Farmhouse Sign On New Wood

How to Make an Old Farmhouse Sign on New Wood I forgot to ask the gal who took care of our animals while we were on vacation to water our flowers.  The ones planted in the ground held up basically fine, but the flowers in hanging planters didn’t fair so well. 🙁 Since the flowers in my guest house window box were some that died and I didn’t want to replant them until fall,

The Best Affordable Farmhouse Furniture Finds

 The Best Affordable Farmhouse Furniture Finds My coffee table needs a total makeover.  The top has water damage and the rest of it needs painting.  I’ve been procrastinating about getting the job done and started looking online for an affordable coffee table. BIG mistake.

Antique Tin Can Label and Cow Graphic for Farmhouse Decor

This is just a quick post, but I have an antique tin can label and a cow graphic to share. The label is in nearly mint condition. It would look wonderful wrapped around an empty tin can for some really easy farmhouse kitchen decor. {Click on the image below for the full size printable.} This small cow graphic is from a late 1800’s farmer’s magazine.  It is already full size.  Just save it to your computer and print. Just a {Read More}

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}

Get the Look of Reclaimed Barn Wood in Minutes | Weathered Wood Finish Product Review

I love using reclaimed barn wood for my projects, but it isn’t always easy to come by. Today I’m reviewing a product that gives you the look of old weathered wood in less than an hour. Supplies Used (includes affiliate links for your convenience): Weathered Wood Accelerator unfinished wood decor paint brush Different types of wood react differently to the weathered wood accelerator, so for my trial, I used three pieces of unfinished, sanded scrap wood. From left to right, {Read More}

Rustic Reclaimed Wood Farmhouse Style Mug Rack Coffee Station

Rustic Reclaimed Wood Farmhouse Style Mug Rack Coffee Station Get your daily java “fix” with this DIY vintage sign coffee station & mug rack! Last year I made a  reclaimed wood industrial pipe shelf.  I had it all set up as a coffee station, complete with hooks for coffee mugs and all the coffee fixings. You can’t go wrong with rustic wood and metal and I was in love with how it turned out.   But if I let you in on {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}

Old Ladder Succulent Garden Plant Stand

Old Ladder Succulent Garden Plant Stand Junk Garden Series Project #4 Take your garden bed to new heights by going vertical with an old ladder!

Bottled Drinks Rustic Pantry Storage Crate or Serving Station

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #PureLife35pk #CollectiveBias How to make a rustic farmhouse style pantry storage crate for bottled drinks. I’ve been singing the praises of country living for years, but there are a few things about country life that aren’t so endearing to me. Like having a constantly filthy vehicle because we live on a gravel road … … and having tap water that tastes horrible.  Seriously horrible.

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