Pretty Painted Jars

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When Christina decided to add a little something to her Spring decor, she decided she’d upcycle some Mason jars to do it.  ” I love the way Mason Jars look when they are painted,” she says at her blog, Sweet Haute.   Christina had very specific colors in mind for her jars.  She couldn’t find the {…Read More…}

Old Frame Becomes a Blooming Wreath

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Looking for a fresh new look for her front door decor, Cindy of Little Miss Celebration was inspired by the silk peonies that she spotted at her local craft store. She thought of a unique way to display them right there, on the spot. She just needed to withdraw a frame from her collection of old ones that is gathering dust.

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Bird Feeder from a Teacup

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I love this fun idea for repurposing a teacup and saucer from Jessi at Practically Functional. It’s a great way to invite the birds to a backyard tea party!

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Mid Century Modern Nightstand Makeover

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Ashley of Domestic Imperfection was 41.5 weeks pregnant when she decided that something had to be done about these nightstands. They’d been languishing in their dated state since she’d hauled them home two years ago….but when that nesting instinct kicks in, watch out!

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Message Board from an Old Frame

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April, who blogs at House By Hoff, happens to be a teacher. She’s been sprucing up her classroom, lately. “I needed a special piece that would catch the kids’ attention and motivate them,” she says, explaining how she came up with this message board.

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DIY Rustic Arrow

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Scavenger Chic’s Joan loves working with pallet wood so much that she started to panic as her stack of pallets dwindled. Luckily, she found three pallets leaning up against a dumpster, so she was back in business! Check out her latest pallet project.

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Spice Cabinet Makeover

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Organizing cabinets is one of the most satisfying home improvement projects, in my book. It doesn’t take long, it doesn’t cost a lot, but a little effort goes a long way when you can open your cupboard doors and see everything in place and ready to be used (not hunted for). At My Name is Snickerdoodle, Amy shares how she repurposed items to give her spice cabinet a clutter-free look.

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End Table Gets a Stylish Boost

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Over at Pennylove Projects, Crystal says, “I found two of these tables last week during my garbage rounds. They were in desperate need of a makeover.”

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