Toddler Overalls Wall Pocket

I don’t have a toddler or infant anymore, so I rarely look at the little kid’s clothing section of thrift stores, but the pickins’ were pretty slim last time I went in a thrift store, so I wandered over to see if maybe I’d get lucky and find some old wooden blocks, in that department before giving up and leaving empty-handed. I didn’t find any wooden blocks, but I spotted rack full of toddler jeans and overalls, and my mommy heart {Read More}

A Little Spring on a Drink Bottle

A Little Spring on a Drink Bottle Good morning everyone!  I don’t usually share my posts first thing in the morning, but I didn’t have the post finished yesterday, so I figured I would try being an early bird for once. 🙂  For those of you who are night owls like myself, don’t worry, I’ll be back to my evening posting schedule tonight. So, how’s the weather in your neck of the woods?  The end of February and all of March {Read More}

How to Repurpose Headboards into Creative New Projects

One of my favorite projects are repurposed headboards, because they are so easy to come by inexpensively at thrift stores, yard sales, and auctions, so  if you’ve ever wonded how to repurpose a cheap or free headboard, I’ve got lots of great ideas for you. There are so many great ways to repurpose them into something useful.  Some require only basic skills, and some more advanced wood-working abilities, but you’r sure to find one you’ll love! Let’s take a look at… How to {Read More}

Clutter Clean Up and a Coffee Station

Hey there, everyone!  During down time between our morning Christmas festivities yesterday, and going to the movie theater in the afternoon, I kicked back, relaxed, and caught up on reading all of the blog comments you all have left in the last few weeks.  November and December are such busy months, that I didn’t get to read every comment, and I thoroughly enjoyed catching up on them.  Thank you all so much for taking the time to leave them.  I do read each {Read More}

Watercolor Artwork with Old Calendars

Sometimes we get so used to the things in our house, that we don’t really see them anymore.  For example, I bought a calendar with beautiful watercolor artwork, but I’ve looked at it so many times this year, I rarely ever notice the illustrations anymore –  I’m just looking at the date boxes. But for whatever reason, today was different, and I really looked at it.  Suddenly I was in love with my pretty dollar store calendar again, and was annoyed with {Read More}

Work and Play

Today I just couldn’t focus. I had one project on my kitchen table, and another project on my kitchen counter, and parts of projects scattered on the floor and my desk, but at least one step of every project was giving me grief, and I was getting cranky.  Normally I love working on my projects, but today it all just felt like work.

Because I Can

I’m smack dab in the middle of raising my 4th teenager now, and there’s a standard answer he gives me when I ask why he did something. “Because I can.” Well, I’m stealing his answer today, because my tin can stash is overflowing again, so it was time to repurpose some of them, and turn them into summmerish decor. I printed a few of my vintage can labels (links to printables below) to add to the cans.  You’ll notice that these {Read More}

repurposed Starbucks bottle … because it’s cute, right?

Am I the last person in the world to realize that Starbucks bottles look like old pint-sized milk bottles? Well, they kinda-sorta do, right? Okay, it might be a bit of a stretch, but if you have a good imagination, and some white paint, it could pass for a milk bottle right? Actually, that doesn’t really have anything much to do with my post today, but just play along, okay?

Pallet Wood Bathtub Table

I’m a die-hard bathtub soaker, and always have been.  If I had to guess, I’d say that at least 75% of my blog posts have been written while soaking in my bathtub.  It’s the one place in the house where I don’t get distracted by people, the tv, or the phone, so I can concentrate, and relax at the same time. A bathtub table is a must for me, and I’ve had several of them over the years.  Both were made my {Read More}

Repurposed Jeans Pocket Apron

Those of you who follow me on Facebook, may have seen a tutorial that I shared from another Facebook page, for a repurposed jeans pocket apron.  I thought it was such a great and super easy idea, that I decided to try it right away, before I could forget about it.  For those of you who didn’t see it, I thought I’d share how it turned out. We all have jeans that either don’t fit, or are stained, so this is a {Read More}

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