July Monthly Recap

Welcome to the 3rd edition of my monthly recaps!

July was a more relaxing month than May and June since we didn’t do any traveling.  My mom and niece did come to visit and we had a great time visiting extended family, having a “girls’ night out” at a cabin at the lake, and going to Six Flags together.  I worked on fewer projects this month so I could just enjoy their visit.

The first project I did work on was turning the sign I made for my son’s wedding into a pallet wood coffee mug rack. Upcycled Pallet Wood Wedding Sign into Kitchen Coffee Mug Rack | www.knickoftime.net The next project I finished was turning a cabinet door into a “Gather” sign for my kitchen. How to Make an Easy Repurposed Cabinet Door Farmhouse Kitchen "Gather" Sign | www.knickoftime.net I also shared a round-up of some of my favorite affordable farmhouse furniture finds you can buy online. The Best Affordable Farmhouse Furniture Finds Online | www.knickoftime.net

A fun and quick makeover was turning a thrift store cutting board into a serving tray.

If you love old signs, I shared how to make an old farmhouse sign on new wood.
How to Make a Farmhouse Sign that Looks Old | www.knickoftime.net For all the cat lovers, I gave you a chance to brag on your favorite cat and showed how I made our Mary Jane a cat climbing tower out of a tree branch! How to Build a Cat Climbing Tower from a Tree Branch | www.knickoftime.net

I shared a mid-summer update on how the flowers were growing in my guest house junk garden – what grew well and what didn’t.

Summer Junk Flower Garden Update | www.knickoftime.net You gave me lots of great ideas about what to do with the empty cabinet after I turned a cabinet door into a magnet board.

Repurposed Cabinet Board into Kitchen Magnet Board | www.knickoftime.net

The repurposed rusty shovel garden sign was the last project I finished in July and was also the final project of my Junk Garden series for 2017.

How to turn an old shovel into a rustic garden sign | www.knickoftime.net

July Monthly Recap of Projects and Posts at Knick of Time | www.knickoftime.net

Well, that’s a wrap for July!  I’d love to hear what your favorite projects were.

Come back tomorrow and get inspired at the Talk of the Town link party, or share the projects you’ve been working on and recipes you’ve made!

Vaya con Dios,

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