This past Thursday my home computer was hacked and is now undergoing some TLC from my I.T. friend, which means I don’t have access to the thousands of pictures that are hopefully still safe and sound on my hard drive. I still have my laptop and my new camera, so I decided to do some updating of some older posts that you may have missed, like this curbside bookshelf makeover and restyle.
I like to creep around during spring and fall clean up and wait for the perfect little piece of unwanted furniture that I can rescue and call my own. There is so much good stuff out there just right for the picking, like this chair for example. Today, I am sharing my curbside chair makeover.
After my latest post, I found myself in need of some therapy, and you know what kind of therapy I am talking about right? Retail therapy!!! My favorite type of retail therapy is spending time searching for treasure at my local goodwill and thrift shops. That is when the idea for this post was born. I am going to teach you how to shop for Christmas decor at goodwill.
With the temps dropping and the seasons changing, there is an abundance of advice on how to decorate for fall. Most of it is about decorating your front door or porch. Well people, my front door is under construction, so I will show you how I decorated my back door for fall.
Just because it is the back door doesn’t mean it should be neglected right? Read more
I thought now would be a good time to let you in on a little secret. Not only do I have a slight furniture addiction, but I also have an obsession with vintage globes. I am going to share about these “amazing finds of global proportions.”
Some of you already know that my favorite places to shop are Goodwill, the Salvation Army, the local Mission and of course, your curb. I thought now would be a great time to share how and what I shop for.
Before I begin the tale of my adventures in yard shopping, I would first like to express my gratitude to the people of my city who faithfully every spring and fall put their unwanted furniture and home items out on the curb for city cleanup.
Much to my husband glee, my adventures in Yard Shopping started about 3 years ago. Who knew creeping around people’s curbs could be so rewarding! Read more
With July almost here, I thought now would be a good time to share how to make an American flag for your yard. Who knows, maybe you have the materials already and don’t even know it!! Read more