a simple fall wreath

A Simple Fall Wreath

A simple and easy, beautiful wreath with fabric and hot glue!

repurposed oar

Repurposed Oar

Old oars can take on a whole new purpose, besides getting you back to shore!

gardening art bicycle planter repurpose vintage, container gardening, flowers, gardening, repurposing upcycling

Vintage Bicycle Garden Art

I have been dreaming of a vintage bicycle with a flower basket, ever since I saw that very first one years ago.

steampunk yard art, container gardening, flowers, gardening, repurposing upcycling

Steampunk Yard Art

My definition of steampunk art: adventurous spirit, steam power, gears, whimsical, inventive. A contraption of gadgets and gears all in a manner of assorted nonsense that intertwine to create a machine that is not only functional and practical, but unique and striking.

refurbished outdoor lighting

Refurbished Outdoor Lighting

Is your outdoor lighting starting to look a little worn? You don't want to spend money on new lighting? How about just refurbishing?

shabby chic stools with image transfer

Shabby Chic Stools With Image Transfer

These re-purposed stools were well worn and needed updating!

container redo for homemade laundry soap


A cute/stylish laundry soap container. Maybe, you make your own soap or just want an easy way to dispense your soap into the washing machine.

ribbon and the christmas tree

Ribbon and the Christmas Tree

Let's talk about putting ribbon on a Christmas tree. Ribbon has taken over the Christmas scene instead of what was called garland. You know the kind, shiny silver or gold metallic, colored beads or strung popcorn. How do you put ribbon on your tree? Wrap it around and around the tree? Where do you start and stop? Or do you string it in long strands from the top?

christmas urns

Christmas Urns

How to transform my summer urns, which still have beautiful ferns, into Christmas urns?

Minnie's Milestones by Jonni
Minnie's Milestones by Jonni
About mePossibilitarian, shabby chic décor, DIY, vintage lover, cottage style gardener, yes that is me. I was raised on a farm in northwest Kansas and then was fortunate enough to raise my children in a beautiful four level Victorian home. I think the combination has formed the love for all of the above. Come join me.