Tiered Tray Decor 20+Farmhouse Ideas and Ideas Wanted

If you love tiered trays, you’re going to love these 20+ Farmhouse Tiered Tray Decor Ideas! I’ve made tiered tray stands for many years. Never could I have predicted they would become so popular! Most were made from old enamelware bowls, like this one. Some were a mixture of bowls and vintage pans, like this one. This one was made from vintage kitchen strainers. Here’s my Make Your Own Tiered Stand Tutorial. So it’s my pleasure to bring you 20+ {Read More}

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}

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.

Vintage Farmhouse DIY Decor Ideas: Rustic & Repurposed

Rustic & Repurposed Vintage Farmhouse DIY Decor Ideas to inspire you to think outside the norm before you throw away or donate old wood, metal, and just random stuff!

Farmhouse Mini Towel Ladder Using Wood Lattice Trellis

For a long time I’ve wanted a farmhouse mini towel ladder, and they seemed fairly simple to make. But I just never got around to it. I even almost bought this one or this one on Etsy. Both were under $20, but I still didn’t get one. Then one day I was scouting Facebook Marketplace and saw someone selling five wood lattice trellises. I figured if the price was low enough, I could use them in various spots in my {Read More}

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}

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!

Cutting Board Makeover Bon Appétit!

Cutting Board Makeover Do you remember this cutting board? It was one of my thrift shop finds I shared a few weeks ago. Confession time … I barely passed French in high school, but I think the language is beautiful. Bon Appétit seemed fitting words to do this cutting board makeover. Here’s the inspiration project from Chalk Couture.  So très chic! Cutting Board Makeover Supplies: I have included affiliate links for items used. Cutting Board (these are similar to mine) {Read More}

Paper Towel Holder Wood Kitchen Tote Garden Inspired!

Paper Towel Holder Wood Kitchen Tote Today’s post is just a quick one, because I wanted to show you my new paper towel holder on one of the wood kitchen totes my husband builds and I design.