A had a local friend contact me about redoing her Grannie's dresser. I was so touched that she entrusted me with this task! The dresser had seen better days. It had started out in a farm house, complete with a wire bottom to keep the mice out. I kept that on--you just can't take something so unique away!
Did you know several of your favorite hometalk bloggers got together to do a blog hop that was all about DIY Gifts given in mason jars? How fun is that! Everything you can think of was covered - from gardeners, to DIY'ers, to crafters, to teachers. For this hop, I did a gift for a man! After much deliberation, I came up with this "Bar in a Jar" idea!
I'm in love with all things plaid this year! I'm also trying to scale back and find a balance between handmade and store bought. Target wowed me with their line this year, and with a few crafty touches, this tablescape turned out beautifully. Not only that, but it was easy on my budget too!
Need a large container for that Halloween Candy? Want something that can be reused all year long? This simple to find galvanized bucket works perfectly! Add a Halloween themed vinyl cut out and remove when done! The best part? The SVG file for your cutting machine is totally free!
I decided to deck out of Dining Room buffet for Halloween and I'd love to show you the little touches I made! Some items are new, a few are older, and several are thrifted!
1 plain wooden pumpkin. We asked 8 bloggers what they would do with it! We got 8 different pumpkins back! From chalkboards, to a Texas theme, to a geometric design, the results were amazing!
I recently was asked to create a fall craft, so I created these fun candy corn -esque pumpkins. But not being one to just make a simple craft, I crafted a Fall mantel, complete with a free printable.
I had a friend put her desk on a local buy and sell board. It was only $20 and featured a hutch to go on top. Since I wanted to streamline my desk space a bit more, I went for it. It's a standard desk you can find at your local Target -type store. The dark color was too much for my living room, so I revamped it! This project was my submission to The Fab Furniture Flippin' Contest for September.