Fall Farmhouse Pumpkin Patch Pallet Box

Make your own rustic and adorable Fall Farmhouse Pumpkin Patch Pallet Box to use as a centerpiece, coffee table decor, or for a party decoration!   Now that we’re over halfway through August, it’s a good time to start removing summer decor and switching it out for some fall farmhouse decor. My table centerpieces can’t be large, so I wanted a fairly small one for fall. I decided to reuse a pallet box I already have. Supplies needed for this {Read More}

Cheese Cloche Upcycled Into Mini Pumpkin Patch

There are certain things that I always find at thrift stores.  Nearly every time I go, I find a cheese cloche or dome tray. What do you call them? After pondering what to do with one I found several months ago, I finally knew what I would do with it. A centerpiece for fall or winter. And I set out to do just that!

Small Side Table Upcyled In Black and White Buffalo Check

Small Side Table Upcyled in Black and White Buffalo Check Do you ever buy furniture at thrift stores or yard sales?  I don’t often, but when I found  a pair of these small side tables at a thrift store for $15 for the set, I couldn’t pass them up. Clearly, the previous owners have kids because they had dried food all over them. As a mom of four, no judgement here! After cleaning really well, it was time to transform {Read More}

DIY Gifts: Finished Projects Friday: Share Yours!

DIY Gifts: Finished Projects Friday: Share Yours! Have you finished any projects lately?  I’ve completed quite a few projects and I wanted to share them and also give you an opportunity to share your finish projects.  You don’t have to be a blogger. Just snap a photo of your project and link it up below.  I’ll leave it open for awhile. Some of the projects I finished are for my own home and some of them are for gifts.

Waste Not Wednesday: Wood Riser & Bird Feeder + A Question

DIY Wood Riser & Bird Feeder: Waste Not Wednesday  I  hoard wood scraps. There, I said it. It might be a sickness. 🙂 At least I’m in good company because my husband does too. My husband built some wood stairs for a door in our bedroom that leads outside. There were a few pieces of thick wood left over. Hating to see it used for firewood, I put on my thinking cap to find something useful to do with it. {Read More}

Farmhouse Wood Tray Thrift Store Makeover

Farmhouse Wood Tray Thrift Store Makeover Several months ago, I shared some thrift store finds and one of them was this wood tray. For the most part it was in good condition.  Just scuffed up and dirty. The wood just wasn’t my style.  Not bad, but just too dark for the farmhouse style I love. So it was definitely going to get a makeover. Let me show you what I did. I wiped off the dust and used my spray {Read More}

DIY Ideas: Farmhouse, Travel, Faith, Family, Autumn & Winter

DIY Ideas: Farmhouse, Travel, Faith, Family, Autumn & Winter I hope you had a great July 4th!  I just relaxed with my family. Guess what?  If you love DIY projects as much as I do, then I have some fun news and a bunch of DIY Ideas to show you. These ideas will help you plan decor for Fall, Halloween, Winter, and Christmas. There’s even faith and family ideas. I know what you’re thinking. July just started! Time flies though. {Read More}

Pallet Frame Farmhouse Chalkboard

Pallet Frame Farmhouse Chalkboard Several years ago, I made a pallet wood frame chalkboard. Tutorial HERE. It was mainly used to put flowers in jar I had attached. The chalkboard and wood frame were intentionally left rough when I originally made it. It wasn’t intended to be used as a chalkboard. But I wanted to give it a makeover like you’d see in an old grocery store. This time, I wanted it as smooth as possible. The frame was sanded {Read More}

Farmhouse Wooden Cutting Board: 4 DIY Ideas

Make a Farmhouse Wooden Cutting Board with these 4 Ideas using thrift store and IKEA  finds. Give a plain cutting board farmhouse style!

Cutting Board Lazy Susan Makeover

Cutting Board Lazy Susan Makeover Do you have a list of thrift store items that you’re always on the lookout for?  I do.  And a cutting board is always on the top of the list. On a recent thrift store trip, I hit the jackpot! Three cutting boards were just sitting there like they knew I was coming in!