I was out thrifting a couple of weeks ago when I found a wonky little shelf. For $4 I figured at the very least I could add some bead board to the back and give it a fresh coat of paint. But then I remembered my recently acquired stash of old fence pickets I rescued from a house that was being flipped. Here's how I transformed that little shelf:
I purchased the most adorable teapot garden feature from a craft show last Spring, and I am constantly receiving email requests for the tutorial. I finally put one together, and I am so excited to share my version!
I overhauled my entire landcape last year. Was I crazy to undertake so much at once? Yes!! But I am really enjoying my outdoor space this year. I received several questions about my landscape, so I put together a guide to share how I built my landscape from scratch.
Click on the link below to read the entire post :)
My sweet Father-in-Law saved an old cabinet door for me, and its been sitting in my garage forever. When I decided to create a new Halloween wreath, I knew I wanted to do something a little different than the traditional grapevine wreath I usually opt for. This door was the perfect base for my wreath!
I have a fun makeover to share today! If you have recently suffered severe hot glue burn trauma to your fingertips, then you will really appreciate this post. I found this stool for $5 a couple of weeks ago at a yard sale. I liked the chair height of it and of course, the price. I had dreamed up the most wonderful plan in my head, but when carried out, went terribly wrong. My plan was derailed, but the result is just what this little stool needed!
Are you tired of your potted flowers always having to sit off-centered on your outdoor table because the umbrella pole is in the way? Me too! I decided to solve that problem by making my own umbrella planter!
Today I'm sharing step-by-step how to cover your outdoor cushions. You will have to dust off your sewing machine, but they really are sew EASY! Follow the link for detailed instructions!