At Redhead Can Decorate, the 1969 crib Julie and her siblings slept in as babies had been sitting in her attic, not meeting safety requirements for use, but waiting, dreaming of the day Julie would repurpose it into…wait for it…an American flag! And it gets better, because the transformation was fast and easy!
Shannah blogs at Just Us Four. She recently used some cheap, ordinary clothespins to make a show-stopping wreath for July Fourth!
Bethany blogs at Pitter and Glink. Given the challenge to create something using only items she already had, Bethany decided to raid her popsicle stick stash! She used them to make a beautiful piece of nautical art. Perfect for summer!
Over at Girl Loves Glam, McKenzie tells us, “My mom works at a home decor store…When my mom told me she had some huge, ugly canvases that I could have for FREE, I jumped on the offer!” McKenzie knew she could give those sad flowers a makeover and transform the canvas into something much more functional for her home- a large canvas print of her family picture.
Pennies. It always seems like I have too many of them, whether scattered in random corners of the house or jangling in my purse. Luckily, Kristen of My Covered Bridge found the perfect way to use too many pennies: by turning them into a statement art piece!
On the day Taryn of Design, Dining + Diapers pulled an old trellis out from underneath some raspberry bushes in her backyard, she had no idea how many fun things for her home were going to come from that trellis! She’s already on her third project making use of the wood from it.
After finding a pile of gorgeous vintage windows on the side of the road recently, April has been sharing all the ways she’s repurposing those windows at House by Hoff. (I featured one of those transformations here.) Her latest window project is perfect for a summertime vignette.