Typography Stenciled Chair and Chair Back Shelf

If you’ve been a regular visitor of my blog for awhile,  you may remember the grain sack typography chair makeover I did a few years ago (seen HERE).  Well, today is a day of totally trashed chair projects, and I have other typography chair to show you that I finished, as well as a broken chair that I turned into a shelf. Here’s the first chair.  I bought it at an auction several years ago, and stored it in my barn {Read More}

Creative Reuse For Shopping Bag

Thank you all for your prayers and well wishes.  My son and I arrived in New Mexico, and while I’m spending this evening with family,  my blogging buddy Marie is here to share how she transformed an accent table with a shopping  bag, and it turned out amazing. Take it away, Marie!

KISS: Easy Rustic Bench Makeover in Just 3 Steps!

I’ve been thinking I need to do a weekly KISS project (keep it simple stupid).  It’s a good reminder for me that not every project needs to have 20 steps to complete, and challenges me to keep projects as simple as possible. Last week when I brought home a bunch of bargains from a thrift store grand re-opening, one of my purchases was this  rustic bench. It’s super sturdy, has great wood, and I knew it wouldn’t take much effort to give {Read More}

Grain Sack Typography Chair

I love going to auctions and bidding on broken things, because I know those are the things that not many others will bid on, so I can get a good deal. Last month, I bought a pair of antique caned chairs at an auction.  It appears that someone started the job of recaning them, but never finished.  I thought about trying to learn to cane them myself, but I knew the chances of that happening anytime in the near future {Read More}

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