I am absolutely embracing the post-Covid “dress up whenever you can” attitude. Cute earrings? Adorable shoes? Summer dress? Yes please! Give it to me! But what I don’t have much of are clutches. So I decided to make a DIY placemat clutch purse. You heard that right- I’m taking a round placemat & making a purse! It’s so easy too!… Read More
My son needed new shelves for his room (we ran out of room on the last shelves). I figured it’d be the perfect time to make DIY rainbow bookends as a gift! These are pretty easy to build- they’re quick and simple and look so cute on a shelf! Plus they’re functional as they keep books from falling over. Let’s… Read More
I thought it’d be fun to buy a vintage tablecloth and turn it into a dress! I focused on 1950’s midcentury tablecloths and found the cutest kitchy linen. It has a kitchen motif with cookies, a teapot, and spoons. I used the McCall’s M8108 pattern and I thought I’d share some details on how I made my tablecloth dress.
My office is a little sad- especially the wall art. I’m on a budget so I was brainstorming how to make a big impact on a tiny budget. I decided to thrift some picture frames and give them a new life! This used picture frames makeover has a hint of rainbow and I’m so excited to show the process! It’s… Read More
I was thrifting the other day and spotted the cutest grandfather clock. Well, it was it was the shell of one because it was missing the actual clock part. I didn’t buy it at first- even though it was only $25. But I fell in love with it and luckily it was still there when I checked the next day!… Read More
In my garage for the past few years I’ve stored a vintage twin headboard. While working on my backyard, it came to me- it would look so cute as a bench outside! This is a relatively easy project that most people could do. Vintage headboards are affordable at thrift shops or on Facebook Marketplace. Here’s a step by step tutorial… Read More