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
I am here today to share with you the tale of two mirrors, both great makeovers that involved spray paint and stickers.
As I start wrapping up my series from the Mort Family Project, I would like to share a few more mini makeovers with you.
Continuing with the Mort Family Project, I want to share some quick mini makeovers to some accessories purchased at my local Goodwill.
I found this plastic urn and it originally looked like this..Nice, but not quite right. I used flat black spray paint, which I think made it look more expensive and more like stone than molded plastic. Read more
If you have been reading along with The Mort Family Project, you might remember this gallery wall in the hallway. We repainted it this spicy red and made a gallery wall of family photos. But, Can you pick out what I found in the trash?
Brace yourself for one glamorous mirror transformation! Read more
I had been wanting to turn something into a lamp for a while now. It’s one of those projects you see on the DIY/home-improvement shows and think, “That’s a cool/inexpensive/easy project that I could do” type of thing. The problem was I could never find anything that was cool or inexpensive enough to try and do it myself. Read more
I like to swap out my wreaths for my door when the seasons change, and I wanted something big, bold and chunky, and a little out of the traditional “Christmas” wreath.