Today I’m sharing my first project for Country Chic Paints! I lucked out and found this sad little table when I was thrift store shopping a while back and just new I could save her. Not to mention, she’s the perfect choice for a new side table. Pretty yucky, right? After I got her home,
White Christmas Tablescapes
I will be taking a bit of a break for about a week so I thought I’d leave you with some lovely inspiration for your Christmas dinner table. With the weather forecast it seems that there will be quite a lot of white Christmases this year. Pictures are labeled left to right and top to
Valentine’s Day wreath
Doesn’t it seem like we just finished Christmas? And we’re already looking at February, Yikes! I’ve created a quick Valentine’s wreath project here. Start with a plain wire hanger. Using regular pliers, straighten it out completely. (Straighten the spiral at the neck of the hanger as much as you possibly can. Then find the middle
Well, darn it!! Talk about late to the party. If you’ve been anywhere near Pinterest in the last few days, then you are well aware that the blogosphere is going crazy for fabric pumpkins. Inspired by some adorable, sweater pumpkins from StoneGable blog , I spent last weekend working on making my own fabric pumpkins.
Ok, I know you can purchase a ready made rolling trash-can. (G reminded me of that quite often throughout this process since he was my designated helper for this one.) I just had a really specific idea in mind for what I wanted. I wanted something that would fit just about anywhere in the kitchen