My half bath is small and needed additional storage and towel rack. The wall directly across from the toilet seemed like a perfect spot but would require a simple and narrow solution.
After finishing my Halloween Shadow Box, I had some clay ornaments left over which seemed perfect for a Halloween Tree. As luck would have it, I also had a jewelry organizer in the shape of a tree.
Are you looking forward to Autumn? It’s my favorite season and I start celebrating early by doing Halloween Crafts. When I saw this overused wood cutlery organizer in the Salvation Army Thrift Store for $1, I knew that it would be perfect for a Halloween shadow box.
Even though I don’t have curtains or drapes in my home, I like tiebacks for decorating door handles, lamp shades and chair backs. The Anthropologie Watershed Tieback caught my eye and I knew that with items I already hand on hand, it would cost me less than $58.
Home is a small condo with an even smaller lanai that doubles as my workshop / studio. Our condo association does not allow homeowners to plant outside their units but I still wanted to create a garden spot. What better place than in my work area.Luckily, the lanai is enclosed but, in Florida, an enclosed lanai gets incredibly hot in the Summer. Good news is that I favor cacti and succulents that like the environment that I can provide them.
Almost every woman has (or has a memory of) her mother’s or grandmother’s button box. My button collection has been stored in several envelopes or drawers waiting for the time & inclination to find them all and create an artsy container for them.With the arrival of my FolkArt Blue Bayou Dye, it was the perfect inspiration to complete the project.
I spend a lot of time in my home office / “escape room” and enjoy updating it to fit my mood. However, the cords hanging down from the wall mounted tv were an eyesore. Rather than simply using a cord cover, I decided to create a functional office accessory.
How could anyone pass up a 75 cent lazy susan even if it needs some TLC? A little cleaning, sanding, painting, stenciling and a touch of metallic and it is now my table centerpiece.For this project, I decided that all of my supplies had to be things that I already have on hand so that my current total out-of-pocket was less than $1. Let the challenge begin.
I recently found this cabinet drawer sitting on a curb waiting to be discarded. NOT...in my car it went knowing that it could be used for something along the way.
I have experience in painting and/or repurposing furniture pieces, creating unique artwork & gifts, photography, and utilizing anything eclectic.