This thrift store flannel shirt turned out to be great investment! I think I paid around $2 for it. It was part of a scarecrow Halloween costume last year and now it’s been repurposed into 4 easy fall crafts. I'm going to show you how to make my favorite- an easy DIY fall acorn pillow!
I found this chair on Craigslist several months ago. I had intended to use it for my daughter’s desk but it didn’t quite fit. It was just sitting in the pile of forgotten projects until I found this easy solution for a quick makeover:
I have a hard time passing up nice wooden frames when I see them. With a little paint, these would be great to use as actual frames, but I had another plan. I’ve had my eye on those gorgeous tiered trays you see everywhere for quite some time.
I love paper straws!! I see them everywhere and sometimes I just can't resist buying them (especially the packs with cute little patterns). I bought several of them a few months ago. When I was planning some simple spring projects, I knew these straws would be perfect!
This thrift store table started out boring and black...very black! It had a great shape though so it came home with me for a little makeover!
This wasn’t the type of piece that I could just cover up with chalk paint. I knew it was going to have to be prepped.
Last month I introduced a new monthly series called Another Girl’s Treasure and shared my bedside table makeover. Thanks so much for all the sweet responses!
Now for this month’s makeover…
I got this table for $10 at a local thrift store. I don’t need a coffee table, but this one was such a great deal and I really love the little details and curvy legs!
I found these blank puzzle pieces on Amazon and decided to make our own Valentine's for the classroom! You can create your own puzzle with crayons, markers, or paint.
I’ve seen many versions of menu boards and command centers on Pinterest, but I was looking for something really simple that would encourage me to plan out our meals for the week.
I’m starting a series called Another Girl’s Treasure!
One of my hobbies is finding pieces that can be painted or repurposed. I love that moment when I pull up to a thrift store or yard sale and I get so excited thinking about what I might find. It’s kind of the inspiration behind What Treasures Await.