Have you seen all the cool projects people are doing with old windows? Well, this isn’t one of them- ha! I found this old picture-frame-made-to-look-like-a-window at a yard sale. It was solid oak, in great shape, except for the gunky buildup. I thought it would… [read more]
Whew! I’m still a little freaked out with myself. Renting a booth was, as I said last time, a leap of faith for me. Starting in the corner, you will see a French style end table, a toile bulletin board, and the lamp makeover I… [read more]
Howdy, doodlers! What’s up? Today, I thought I’d show you three ways to pretty up your memo boards. The least expensive way to make one is to buy a cork board and a frame from a thrift store and cut the cork board down to… [read more]
You already know how I tend to buy frames at thrift stores in the solemn belief that Someday I’ll make Something with them. I liked the shape of this frame and decided to make a smaller version of my previous diy bulletin board, with a… [read more]
Organization can be beautiful as well as functional. I bought a matching pair of pictures at a thrift store with the intention of using the frames to make bulletin boards. Here’s a sneak peek at the first one.