I have a lot of rough/rustic fence boards. This is a quick and easy project to hide the store issued plastic flower pots. Give a rustic look to your mums this fall!
I will be attending a couple of shows this year, and I'm in need of some rustic display options. I curbed this old screen door a couple of years ago, and it's been hanging out in my shed just waiting for a special purpose.
After having some much needed yard work done by professional tree removal folks, a long lost wind chime tube was unearthed. I decided to reunite it with the broken wind chime from which it came.
I originally made this bench almost 6 years ago. I dug it out of storage recently and thought about what to do with it. Throw it out? Give it away? Taking a second look at it, I decided to dismantle it and start over.
My friend Mindi from My Love 2 Create shared this fabulous repurpose with my readers on My Repurposed Blog. Who knew you could make such a fabulous project from a FREE crib she found on Craig's List?
Why would a simple project take 5 years to complete? I like to wait for projects to speak to me. I'm not sure if it wasn't talking, or if I wasn't listening. A friend gave me this piece years ago. I stored in in the shed. After all these years I recently figured that I needed to do SOMETHING with it.
After dismantling an old desk for another project, I had the single middle drawer left over. Nothing goes to waste around here. After a few modifications, I had the perfect family organizer, perfect for the back to school rush.
While building this cupboard in the basement, I needed some lumber--I didn't have to look far. Stored in the dark recesses of the gloomy basement was a waterbed from long ago. PERFECT!
I like to DIY on the cheap, with repurposing being my specialty.