Here’s a fun craft just in time for Halloween from Claire of A Little Claireification. It’s something you probably already have all the supplies you need on hand, starting with the empty toilet paper rolls.
This flowery dresser has been in Jess’s family for years. It made the rounds through various rooms in her parent’s home, ending up in the laundry room. “When my parents went to remodel their laundry room, the flower-covered dresser was going to be kicked to the curb if I didn’t save it,” Jess explains at A Smith of All Trades.
Over at Meatloaf and Melodrama, Dee tells us, “I have a set of white plates that I got a few years ago. It’s one of those sets that you buy in a huge box, and it has every type of plate in in, including little saucers, which I’ve never used.” When she spotted some inexpensive spider window clings, Dee thought of her unused plates and had a lightbulb moment.
At Thrifty Treasures, a friend passed along this shelf to Sara. The shelf was sturdy, solid oak, but it just wasn’t working for Sara’s friend.
One lucky day, we spotted this solid wood dining table as a curbside freebie on our way home from work,” Trisha from Black and White Obsession tells us. “As soon as I laid eyes on it I KNEW it would be the perfect piece to turn into a much more functional corner bench.”
Over at Mabey She Made It, Lisa had a pair of pinstripe pants that not longer fit (they were too big). She decided it was time for a refashion!
At Art is Beauty, Karin picked this desk up off the roadside over a year ago. She love the mid century modern style of the desk, but was super intimidated by the layers of oil paint, mold, and other gross stuff on the desk top.