There are lots of bundt pans available at thrift stores. You can use one to easily make a cute pumpkin for your autumn decor! All you need for this project is some chalk paint, a rusty spring, drop cloth, twine and glue!
When I found this great ammo box at a garage sale this summer, I knew I wanted to try making it into a table. With a bottom shelf and all of it's original hardware, it's perfect for any rustic or industrial decor!
Stuck in the middle of a cold, nasty winter, I'm doing my best to look ahead to spring. So when I pulled a couple of dirty but very cool vintage wooden chairs from the garage, washed them up and paired them with a World Market table, all found at yard sales, a turquoise beach theme immediately came to mind!To create this cute bistro set, I used CeCe Caldwell's Vintage White and American Paint Company's Peacock, a gorgeous turquoise. I was sure to clean any accidental paint off of the original patinaed hardware because I loved the dark look of it against the white. I used Peacock on the chair insets and then made a faux inset on the table my masking off a square area for the turquoise. They all seem to go perfectly together now! And the color definitely reminds me of a warm summer day!
I always seem to have an extra bundt pan. I pick them up at the thrift store all the time. I turned this one into a candy cane striped wreath with a poinsettia in the middle and scalloped ribbon on the edges.
When I picked this rusty bin up , I just knew it was going to be perfect to use. For something. But it's taken me over a year to figure out just how I wanted to use it. I created a pallet wood backer for the bin and attach it with 2 screws. But it needed more. So I added more pallet wood until I got the look I wanted and ended up adding a shelf over the bin, too. Now it's the prefect addition to my updated gallery wall!
Making this pedestal stand was as easy as drilling a hole and screwing a cake pan to a candlestick holder. Anyone can do it! And it's super cute for holding just about whatever!