Today, is a special day. I’m honoured to be a part of a massive giveaway headed up by Emily, at Table + Hearth. If you haven’t discovered her little piece of the internet yet, be sure to pop over and check out all of her amazing projects, DIY, and recipes. And, what’s the occasion? Well, it’s her big one-year anniversary of sharing her blog with the world.
I couldn’t be happier to be a part of this, and share this amazing opportunity with you…
Umm, yep, you read that right. 300 beans! All of these amazing blogs you see listed below, have a part in making this giveaway possible, so make sure you check them out…
Now for the fun part! It’s so easy, just use the Rafflecopter below, to earn your entries! Get clicking, you don’t want to miss this one!
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I’ve been known to peruse the plumbing aisle, now and again. It’s full of inspiration. How about you? Well, if you’re not sure what us DIYers are doing there, then you need to check out these “Industrial Pipe DIYs” and it’ll shed new light on this staple of creative minds everywhere…
Did you catch my Copper Shoe Rack in the mix? Even the hubs has gotten in on the action with his Industrial Shelving project. But wait there’s more, check out all these fabulous projects on Hometalk, or right here:
Pantry Shelving / Pot Rack / Curtain Rods
Cubby Side Table / Raised Pet Dishes / Custom Hardware
Copper Clock / Industrial Shelving / Light Fixture
Floating Shoe Rack / Locker System / Bar Cart
Magazine Rack / Wall-mounted Shelves / Coat Rack
/ Candle Holder /
So? What are you going to try to build, the next time you visit the plumbing aisle?
I finally got around to a project I’ve been meaning to do for quite a long time. It all started when I found a couple packs of adorable, washi-tape inspired, clothes-pins in a dollar bin. I had the immediate idea for a little… clothes pin & twine photo display thingy. I don’t know what to call it, (Clothesline Photo Display, is as good as it’s gonna get) if you know what this thing is, let me know — in the meantime, here is how I made it:
The lovely Anna from Annabode nominated me for a Liebster Award! If you haven’t heard of the Liebster Award, it’s a friendly way of recognizing fellow new(ish) bloggers while learning a bit more about them. It’s also a great way to discover new blogs! Thank you Anna!
Spring is here! Well, almost… but, it’s definitely here in my head. I’ve started with the deep cleaning, the opening of the windows, the stopping to listen to the birds sing… oh ya… this is happening.
I love a good repurposing project and I love denim. I always hang on to old jeans in the hopes of finding something useful to recreate with them. And now, I’ve got a round-up of 15 clever ways to rethink those old pants you never wear anymore. I’ve teamed up with Hometalk to get your jean-show on the road! Click through to see the full list of 15 clever ways to upcycle denim — with some tutorials to boot.
Oh, and look… There’s my denim covered bench from my foyer! How’d that get in there?
Check them out!
Bench / Pillow / Pouf /
Wreath / Notebook / Table Setting
Quilt / Pocket Storage / Wine Holder
Coaster / Bunting / Director’s Chair
Plant Pockets / Denim Flowers / Gift Box
Happy repurposing y’all!
Ok, before I get to this easy and really cool DIY… I gotta back, back, back-it-up … just a little.
Remember this little gem? It was so good. And, a fantastic practice in reupholstery, for me. There was just one small problem. The more I sat in it, and reminisced about the good ‘ol days with the Baby Kiddo… y’know… the late night feedings, and rocking back to sleep… the more I realized this new chair wasn’t going to cut it. The back barely hit my shoulders and there was no where to rest a weary head at 2 o’clock in the morning. Hmm… what was the next best thing?
How about Frankenstein-ing the rocker/swivel from this chair and adding it to another?? Maybe? Could I do that? Well, let’s find out…
I was keeping my eye out for a while, when I finally came across
my next victim an ideal candidate… A high-back armchair, on sale for about $270. Could this work??
I’m not so big on Valentine’s Day. I should say “we aren’t”, as I am part of a couple. We’ve just never done the chocolates and candy thing. However, I CAN get behind the sentiment of the day. It can’t hurt to pass along some ooey-gooey feelings, towards your loved ones, right? (I’m not that much of a Valentine scrooge!) But, it’s a little funny that I have a full-fledged, Valentine inspired project, to share today.
There is this big community event in our area, that happens every year, in the middle of winter. It’s great because it gets everyone outside for the whole weekend, with a ton of events, for kids of all ages — and of course, it falls on Valentine’s Day.
This year, there was a NEW event, called, “Chill! The outdoor art exhibit”, and I decided to get involved. Enter, my Valentine art project…
What the heck is that, you say?! Well, it’s art, it’s Valentine-y, and most of all… it’s got some hidden messages. But, let me back up, and show you where it all started.