Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Thrift Store Rocking Horse Shabby Makeover

I've had babies on the brain lately.
So many friends are expecting right now.

I guess that is why this sweet little rocking horse caught my eye
while I was at a thrift store recently.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Bead Board Heart Vase Valentine Wreath Door Hanger

I have a fun project to share with you that involves 
two of my favorite decorating items, mason jars and bead board!

A heart shaped, bead board, mason jar wall vase or door hanger.

Monday, January 18, 2016

Thrifted Cutting Boards Turned into Farmhouse Decor

Whenever I'm out at thrift stores, estate sales or flea markets 
I always seem to gravitate toward cutting boards.

There are so many ways that you can update or repurpose them.
I've either painted or just updated them in the past, 
but kept the original shape of the cutting board.

This time I decided to change the shape.

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Rustic Valentines Heart Shaped Topiary

Christmas is over and the cabin feels a little plain right now,
so I decided to add some life to it by making a Valentines topiary.

I like to incorporate fresh plants and flowers in my decor all year long, 
but especially during the winter months when things are bare outside.

Monday, September 7, 2015

Monday, August 31, 2015

Ugly Vanity Turned into Gorgeous Night Stands

Early this year I picked up an old vanity that had been converted into a desk
 from a Habitat Restore.

I brought it home with high expectations,
but once I began taking it apart and got a closer look
it intimidated me and I set it aside.

Until now.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Wood Slat Star Mason Jar Wall Vase

I hope you are having a fabulous day so far!

I want to share this fun project that I've been working on.

These star mason jar wall vases have kind of evolved.

Friday, August 7, 2015

Framed Burlap BLESS OUR HOME Sign

This sign started off as a plain, chunky wood frame that I purchased at a thrift store.
I decided to paint it a creamy, off-white color and distress it 
to allow the natural wood to show through in places.