You know how I love thrifting and junkin’, right? Well, I have been busy doing both since moving into the new cottage apartment. I am excited to show you my latest thrifted finds…
Hi everyone. It’s the 2nd Wednesday of month when I get to share with my Thrifty Style Team. These bloggers are amazing, a long with their husbands or partners. Besides me sharing a Thrifty DIY Ladder Chandelier idea, each blogger is highlighting a thrifty project titled “Dads Do DIY-Thrifty Style”
It’s going to be a lot of fun filled with a lot of creative ideas.
The project that I am going to share today is a Thrifty DIY Ladder Chandelier.
Maybe not the best picture quality, but you can see my excitement! Wow, I have so much more space! It felt like a mansion in comparison.
I like this time of month because I get to be a part of the At Home DIY Challenges. We have a theme every 15th of the month and share our best DIY projects related to the theme. This month is: “Make it Pretty Outdoor Challenge”
That is EXACTLY why I am tidying up our back porch and showing you my DIY projects for this space…
I hope you enjoy looking and being inspired by them as much as I have.
Each one is perfect for any style or taste.
I do use a lot of fresh flowers. Mostly from the grocery store or my condo complex. Hey, the least inexpensive, the better, right?
We are so happy that you are joining us today!
I have collected some of my very own 15 Creative Spring Crafts to share with you. There are so many more to choose from, right here on my own blog. I have compiled my own favorites right here, just for you.
It’s that time of year for reflection and reassessing my blog, style, and life. I like to refresh my home, sometimes daily. Are you that way, too?
This past year has been no exception. My style is rustic, vintage, thrifted and somewhat classic. I like vintage books and fabrics, rusty metal, chippy paint, torn edges and tufted upholstery.
Each one is unique and perfect for any home or lifestyle.
Sit back, relax and be inspired by these 10 Christmas Decorating Styles and Ideas.
It’s all part of the 5 week series I have been doing with 20+ other bloggers. Every Sunday evening we have been sharing some of our favorite and best Christmas DIY projects and ideas.
I was lucky enough to do the wedding flowers for a good friend of mine. Her reception was a rustic style with barnwood, fresh flowers, burlap and mason jars. It was lovely. You can see a few of the pictures here.
It is so easy and only takes a few components.