All I know is we just turned the clocks back, and here it is almost Thanksgiving! For the first time in many years, we are hosting Turkey Dinner for the family. However, how am I going to find the time to cook and plan for guests while preparing jewelry boxes and crafting kits for the upcoming local holiday boutique–just two days after Thanksgiving? And then, how can I make the time to blog about my new altered fleas? Continue reading “More Painted Jewelry Boxes”
I bought this vintage humidor cabinet a few months ago. I like all the detail on the legs and cabinet door. I was pleasantly surprised when I opened the door and found the copper interior. It’s a humidor cabinet, used for storing cigars.
This is an old small side table I found at a thrift shop when on vacation. It has those vintage spindle legs, and a hidden drawer. It deserved a drab-to-fab makeover, and that is exactly what I gave her.
This old wooden rack and towel holder was in search of a new lease on life. So that’s exactly what it got! Meet “CAKESHOP 1988,” my new utensil and towel rack.
This vintage magazine table is one of my favorite makeovers, so I thought I would share my tutorial on my new blog. Continue reading “Beachy Furniture Makeover”
Our monthly local vintage flea market is only a 15-minute drive from home. Vendors line the aisles with wonderful “trash to treasures.” A few months ago, I bought these two lap trays, with the short metal foldout legs. We used trays like this when we were kids when we were sick and got to eat in bed.
Click through to see the tutorial and after pics!
With summer starting this weekend, it’s time to spruce up the patio in time for throwing backyard get-togethers. Continue reading “Upcycled Toy Chest into Drink Cooler”