My Ole Potting Shed Made From a Kids Tree House~~~
Published May 28th, 2013 2:25 PM
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After painting the interior of my She Shed/Craft Shack it was time for me to work on the outside. When the shed initially was delivered, I had it placed at the very back of the property. Every project I would have to trudge all the way back there at least 10 times to get tools and supplies. Needless to say, that got old... QUICK. Major changes were in order for this little shed’s location and exterior! Here is how I did it for less than $200!
Looking for ways to spruce up your garden shed? Wait until you see how amazing the garden shed looks after a total makeover.For years, our garden shed was such an eyesore.We bought it over 15 years ago before we renovated our home.So the color scheme and style matched our home before the renovation.Because the garden shed was looking pretty shabby, and not in a good way, I decided to give it a total makeover.
Ya’ll! I didn’t think some black spray paint could make a girl so happy, but man! I LOVE the way my windows look now!! All it took was some tape and a can of black spray paint! Taping is the worst part because I’m so impatient and just want to get going to the fun stuff - just me? All of the prep work is worth it in the end but I always want to rush through it so that I can move on to the real part of the project!
Today I’m sharing How to Build a Wooden Garden Trellis or Free Standing Obelisk Pyramid, using a reclaimed porch railing that was discarded after a recent porch update. These easy, step by step instructions, will keep your new plants vertical and off the ground. I began looking for a some inexpensive ways to build a trellis or free standing obelisk and finding some reclaimed wood was the perfect solution.
This repurposing project is sponsored by Beyond Paint, but the project idea, pictures, video, and opinions belong to Thrift Diving. There’s something sad about getting rid of your kids’ baby and toddler furniture, isn’t there?I’d put it up there with getting rid of their artwork: no matter how much you know you don’t need it anymore, sometimes you just can’t.let.it.go.But this toddler bed??It was time. It needed to go.But I knew the thrift store wasn’t going to take it.They’re so “iffy” when it comes to taking kids’ beds!And don’t even think about donating a crib. They’ll turn you away faster than you can beg, “Just take my junk, please!!”As I was pulling it out of the trunk, bummed that I was stuck with it, thinking about the firewood it would make, an idea struck…I COULD REPURPOSE THIS BED INTO A POTTING BENCH!And this, my friends, is how ideas strike.
I don't know about you, but I have tons of scrap wood and this little project was a great way to use some of it up! We made rustic wood lanterns for our mantel.
Roses are one of my favorite flowers.They are absolutely beautiful and smell heavenly.In my humble opinion, one can never have too many roses.I found these beauties at the grocery store, of all places.Blush pink, butter yellow and a loverly rose pink (of course) – la vie en rose.Swooooooon.
Beautiful Buffet Redesign with Woodubend, Paint Couture, and Posh Chalk Pigments
Welcome to week 6 of the Spring 2021 One Room Challenge! This week not only will we share a sneak peek of the bathroom progress, but you’ll also learn how to make an affordable barn door for the bathroom.If you’re new here, WELCOME! You can learn more about us here. As a reminder you can easily navigate through each week of this coastal inspired bathroom project.-1st week: The Design Plan-2nd week: How To Install Shiplap the Easy Way-3rd week: How To Tile a Shower-4th week: How To Grout Tile stress free!-5th week: How To Install a Hexagon Bathroom Floor Tile-6th week: you are here.
Couldn’t resist making one more fun piece for my garden before getting on to things I should probably really be doing. 🙂I’d like to attract more birds, and thought a small feeder in the garden would help.An old metal chicken feeder has been hanging in my garage for several years now, so why not put it to use.
I am so excited to share these DIY hexagon shelves that I’ve been in love with & have seen all over the internet but anything I could buy wasn’t deep enough for me. I wanted to be able to stick 6″ pots into each nook, so I came up with the idea of these oversized hexagon shelves so I’d have an excuse to buy more plants! LOL
I've always wanted a bench in my dining room I couldn't believe it when I came across one on a selling site (Facebook market place. The seller was selling a table with the bench which I didn't need so I made an offer for the bench the seller accepted £40!
Let’s see what I am sharing today, I think you’ll especially enjoy how to make this grapevine wreath.First off, I did find this two pack eucalyptus for $14.99 on Amazon. Additionally, if you have prime, it ships free. Now you may be wondering how good of a product can this be for the price? I highly recommend this garland. Before ordering this, I was bit skeptical. However, needing fake weather safe eucalyptus because this will be exposed to the elements, I gave this a shot. And let me tell you I love it! I am a fake flower snob. I’m not a big fan, therefore, when I find fake that I like I’ll shout it from the rooftop. If you need such a product get it!!