At May Richer Fuller Be, Chaney recently gave a yard sale side table a fresh new look! She added new dimension to this little table by embracing a two-tone, “dipped” effect.
Shannah blogs at Just Us Four. She recently used some cheap, ordinary clothespins to make a show-stopping wreath for July Fourth!
Brandy blogs at Gluesticks. When her ho-hum laminate night stand was about to be kicked to the curb, she decided to give it a new chance at life. She gave it a makeover and repurposed it into the sweetest little sewing storage stand.
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 21 Rosemary Lane, Barbara has been looking for ways to decorate her back patio without using glass. Since the patio floor is concrete, glass decor is an accident waiting to happen. Inspiration for a nautical vase came from an unlikely source, as Barbara shares, “Last week the kids and Chris polished off one of those big containers of pretzels, but I wouldn’t let them toss out the actual container…I had an idea.”
At Mason Jar Crafts Love, Linda shares her love for Mason jars and all the creative possibilities they provide. Recently she decided to take three old Mason jars and make them into a patriotic centerpiece for the Fourth of July!
Wilma blogs at By Wilma. When she wanted a new strap for her camera, she found inspiration at the thrift store! A braided leather belt turned out to be just what she was looking for to create a new strap.
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.