Karen, The Weekend Country Girl, has been on a mission to clear out all of the stuff in her garage. She spotted this long-forgotten table with sweet spindle legs and inspiration struck immediately. She decided to repurpose those spindle legs.
After-Christmas-blues getting you down? Well, Valentine's Day is coming up, so if you need a little pick-me-up from the January blahs, I suggest doing a Valentine craft, like this cute one made from baby food jars by Courtney of Crafts by Courtney.
You may have spotted this project by Mindy of My Love 2 Create over at Knock Off Decor. It's one she originally shared at My Repurposed Life. She started out withan old window that a friend had passed along to her.
While trash-picking one day, Emily from Elizabeth Joan Designs found a couple bags cheap, ugly baskets and vases. She was pretty sure she could figure out some new uses for them, starting with this square glass vase.
Katie from The Casual Craftlete shares a cute repurposing project that is inexpensive and will help keep a child busy this summer. Sweet! This one started with the small wooden box that was packaging for one of the toys her daughter got for Christmas. Finding it hard to toss good wood, Katie had saved it.
Over at Cherished Bliss, Ashley had a little cloche that she'd picked up at a thrift store a while ago, but hadn't figured out how to use it, yet. She decided that since she gets excited about decorating for different seasons, she should turn this cloche into something that would work for a number of different seasons, holidays, and occasions.
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.
At her blog Lake Girl Paints, Deb shares a project that is perfect for the beginning of summer. Her friend wanted a "summer bucket list" chalkboard like one featured in an HGTV magazine. A framed but outdated art print was all Deb needed to make it a reality.
Over at Anna & Co., this dated piece of artwork had been gathering dust in the back of a closet somewhere in Anna's house. Noticing it's large size and sturdy frame one day, she decided it was time to join in the chalkboard craze.
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