Karen blogs at Dogs Don't Eat Pizza, where she was lucky enough to find a pile of old windows on the curb that her neighbor was throwing away. She's been having fun figuring out how to reuse all those windows.
Over at Lovely Little Life, Hannah's parents gave her some items to add to a recent garage sale. "When I saw several bright red yardsticks in a pile of their "junk" I immediately snagged them for myself. They were beautiful to me and I knew I could give them new life," she said.
"I’m sure many of you remember when hunter green was THE color in home decor back in the ’80s," says Jeanie of Create & Babble. "This old table has been my bedside table forever. I don’t know what took me so long to paint it!"
Melanie blogs over at It Happens In a Blink, and she just had triplets! As you can imagine, with three babies in tow, she has a good excuse to still be working on decorating the nurseries. (Can you imagine needing more than one?!?!)
Katie needed a way to hide an ugly metal door on the wall in her apartment hallway. At Upcycled Treasures, she explains how she created artwork from some thrifted art and wood shims leftover from another project.
Over at Fussy Monkey Business, Crystal had this cute little end table sitting in her attic for years. One evening, while playing Legos with her son, she realized exactly what she needed to do with that table.
"I found a grody old cheval mirror on the tree lawn a few months back," says Jenny of Craft Test Dummies. After taking some time to consider what to do with this free find, she decided to turn it into a pin board.
Over at Picked & Painted, Helen welcomed her second baby on July 3rd. Congratulations, Helen and family! Part of the preparations for the new baby involved getting the nursery ready, which included a crib makeover.
Over at My Repurposed Life, Gail had an old ammo box sitting outside in a shed that was a curbside find from years ago. She decided it was time to pull it out of the shed and repurpose it into a useful furniture piece.
It was a wrong turn that brought this dresser into Jen's (aka Girl In the Garage) life. "On the side of the curb I saw this huge, sad, ugly dresser. I cannot even imagine what kind of hideously 80′s bedroom decor this was once a part of," she laughs.