Archives for July 2014

Typewriter Stand Gets an Industrial Rustic Makeover – Before and After

I brought this old typewriter stand from a yard sale last year.  When I asked the price, the gal said I could have it – gotta love a freebie!  I’ll admit, it wasn’t much to look at, but if you ignore the warped pressed board top that someone added to it, the base was pretty cool.  It’s been sitting around, awaiting its turn for a makeover, and the beautiful weather we’ve been having inspired me to work outdoors, and start {Read More}

“Junk” Art – 2 Repurposed Craft Projects

For the last several years at our church’s VBS day camp, I’ve taught a Bible skills class, but I wanted to teach something different this year.  We offer the older kids their choice of several project classes, like woodworking, sewing & cooking, and I’m not a pro at any of those things, but I do know junk, so my class is called, “Junk Art”. I’ll be showing them how to make 4 projects during the 5-day camp.  My goal is {Read More}

Antique Alphabet School Book Primer Pages

Today, I have some beautiful alphabet images from an 1800’s schoolbook, called, the “Tract Primer”. Antique flashcards are so popular right now, so these pages could be printed, cut apart, and framed as a flashcard.  They would also be lovely as framed art in child’s room. The inside cover page has such a sweet image on it. I have many more images from antique school books HERE.   {PIN this image now, & Print later!}   Blessings, Angie View Verse {Read More}


Blessings, Angie View Verse of the Day