Plant Stool Makeover

This post it’s about a poor unloved plant stool that my mother has.   Last year when I visited her it was sitting out on the back porch and I kept telling her it would be so cute if she painted it. When she saw my step stool makeover that was awaiting her when she came to visit, she asked me if I could do something with her unloved  plant stool. Fortunately, I had received a large shipment of transfers {Read More}

Wooden Step Stool Makeover Vintage Truck Inspired!

Wooden Step Stool Makeover Today I’m sharing a wooden step stool makeover, a quick and easy idea that you can use on a finished or unfinished step stool.  I used spray paint, but you can use your favorite type of paint.  You can make over one of these in about an hour.  

DIY Ombré Effect Pallet Tray Using Chalk Finish Paint

DIY Ombré Effect Pallet Tray Using Chalk Finish Paint The Ombré effect has been around for quite some time, but I have never tried it myself and wanted to make a farmhouse style tray using the technique.  I Googled and looked on Pinterest to learn how, and I’m excited to say it worked!

Vintage Breadbox Makeover – Painting Therapy

I picked up this vintage bread box quite a few months ago and I planned to give it a makeover for my daughter and her new house but  her kitchen he needs an entire makeover and she doesn’t have room on the counter for it, so I ended up fixing it up for myself to keep. It was in pretty good condition with just a few dents & dings and a missing  knob so really just needed a new paint {Read More}

Easy DIY Farmhouse Style Paint Finish

If you love the old farmhouse look, I’ve got a super easy way to achieve it with an easy DIY paint finish that is so simple to do… and it’s as pretty as supermodel Cindy Crawford’s mole! 🙂 It’s a great way to transform thrift store and yard sale finds that either look outdated, or have potential, but are a bit more battered than you’d like.

Tea Kettle on a Tea Kettle … What??

My mom has a cast iron tea kettle that I was admiring at her house, and have been hoping I might find a similar one, but something lucky happened, so I got one (sort of), but didn’t have to buy it. Clear as mud, right? Let me explain…

Transforming Time

I bought this vintage clock about 6 months ago because I really liked the face, but it isn’t a high-end clock and the wood is not great quality, so I knew I would either remove the face and use it for display, or attempt to do something to improve its appearance. First, I gave coat of CeCe Caldwell’s Smoky Mountain paint and although it looked wonderful, the color wasn’t right for my living room or kitchen, so I gave it {Read More}