Sara, A.K.A "Mrs. Major Hoff" blogs at Major Hoff Takes a Wife. She tells us, " My friend just happened to find this fabulous chippy painted barn wood when she was out strolling through a pasture. Okay, so she is a veterinarian, and maybe is out in pastures more than the rest of us--but holy smokes! What a score!"
Over at her blog, Two Twenty-One, Chelsea has come up with a fun way to add a little pizzazz to old books. She covers them with fabric!
Courtney hates letting things go to waste. As she says at A Diamond in the Stuff, "If I think that I can come up with a use for it, I’ll hold onto it. Sometimes for a very long time." Hmmm . . . I'm sure none of us can identify with that at all, right? After a sewing table project, Courtney had a ton of leftover yard stick remnants. And of course she couldn't just throw them away (of course) so she turned them into a yard stick serving tray!
Laura's rescue may seem to just be about using a piece of reclaimed wood to make something beautiful, but it's so much more than that! I got sucked into the story of her grandparents' hand-built home (where the wood came from) and her parent's beach house (where the completed piece is going). At Finding Home, Laura is telling the stories and introducing us to a very sentimental and happy whale.
Christy received this pineapple lamp with a challenge from a friend: give it a makeover. At Confessions of a Serial DIYer, she says, "This was kind of cute as is, but the lighting was super dull and I have no need for a tiny lamp." So she cut the cord off and waited a few days for inspiration to strike.