It’s week 3 of the One Room Challenge and I am woefully behind. I’m having a minor surgery done today which will leave me incapacitated for a few days, putting me even further behind. In spite of that, I’m thrilled with the progress so far. I’ve been working on my kitchen for about 3 years
Today I’m sharing a furniture makeover that I’ve been working on for months! Months ago I brought home a vintage secretary desk to paint and sell. It’s gorgeous and has so many amazing little cubbies. But the thought or painting all of those adorable cubbies pushed it to the back burner for a while. I’m
It’s week 2 of the One Room Challenge and I’m already behind. I was hoping to get all of the demo and repair done this past weekend, but life had other plans. I’m a guest participant in the One Room Challenge. There are 20 featured designers and over 200 guest participants who are also making
A week ago, I had no intentions on doing the One Room Challenge. Then FOMO set. Don’t get me wrong. I love the challenge of completing a room in 6 weeks. The pressure to actually complete a room is very much needed. But with 2 vintage booths in shops and an Etsy shop, it didn’t
I love my Silhouette. But when it comes to the Silhouette Print and Cut Function, the relationship changes. And not in a good way. A few weeks ago, I was trying to print and cut labels for my shop and was almost in tears during the process. My carefully crafted labels printed beautifully, but every
Drawer liners are one of my favorite details to add when I makeover furniture for my vintage shops. Sometimes it’s out of necessity, but mostly it’s because I love the unexpected pattern when you open the drawer. It makes each piece feel so special. Today, I’m sharing how I add DIY drawer liners to furniture
Despite the snow on the ground, spring is here. My daffodils are blooming, the birds are singing and the sunshine is a bit brighter lately. I’m fully embracing the springtime feelings and trying to add splashes to my home. Adding color through painted furniture is such an easy way to bring spring into your home.
Making patterns in Adobe Illustrator is one of my favorite things to do. Of course, I just love working in Illustrator no matter what I do, but there’s something about patterns that really make me happy. I used to sew a lot, so maybe that’s where the love comes from. Today, I’m offering a mini
Lately, I’ve been trying to craft away the winter blues. Maybe if I make enough spring decor, Mother Nature will get the hint? Crafting never hurt. Together we can try. Make your own DIY Easter banner and bring some spring to your home. Make Your Own DIY Easter Banner This post contains affiliate links. By
Even though it’s still cold outside, I spend a lot of time dreaming about spring. Warm weather means being able to work outside and hear the frogs croaking. I’m so ready for it. Warm weather also means planning on small ways to spruce up my outdoor areas by adding some decor to my small porch.