Stay tuned to Homeatalk for the entire process shots..... I just got overly eager to share this. Well, there is a HUGE blog being done on this with a ton more photos ... it was - to date - the biggest - toughest project I have had to do yet. But she is done. P.s the picture of me in heels and using the cutter - um, do not try that at home - alone - or without proper protection
- that was just us having a fun photo shoot. Wait until you see all the amazing photos to come. Thanks Peterborough Habitat for Humanity ReStore for letting us come in and set up this fun backdrop!!!! And Glimpse Imaging for the photos! And of course - the album will be available on my facebook page in case I can't get all the photos on here! http://www.facebook.com/gypsybarn
I have lots of #porchpride with this vertical garden! I am so excited to show you this beautiful vertical garden made from a pallet
(a pallet that was someone's trash)! See my step-by-step tutorial. A pallet vertical garden is an inexpensive way to create a lovely and unique focal point for your outdoor space and you don't need a lot of stuff to make one.
Some times I can get huge amts. of reclaimed wood and I have been making flooring and wainscot panels in what we are calling a basket weave ( for lack of a better term) at 30" square, can
be glued and nailed with splined edges to lock together. I also can make borders in various chevron or herringbone patterns to go along with. These can be had unfinished or clear finish in many species, and are for sale by the Sq.ft.
It began with a dated 1970's hutch makeover, continued with a mason jar chandelier and fence board backsplash and now I want to share one of my smaller projects that gives a pop of color
to our kitchen.
We have yellow on our walls and aqua as the accent color in our kitchen project. We took some old ceramic canisters, spray painted them, and I used my Cricut cutting machine to cut vinyl letters as labels. I love how it continues to bring this project together. For more details and to see the rest of the projects click on the link below
Earlier this year we remodeled our master bath. We turned our "old" unused dining room buffet into our "new" vanity. It got a distressed paint job, repainted hardware, reconfigured
drawers, and a vessel sink for the transition. We love repurposing furniture and are very happy with the way it turned out. For complete details about the project, visit my blog post at http://postcardsfromtheridge-angela.blogspot... #recycle#repurpose#upcycled furniture