Happy almost weekend. It was SO nice to have a week of just working and not feeling like a weakling. Last week I could barely move, let alone think about getting any work completed. This week, Emma and I have been double timing it to be ready for this weekends Paris Flea Market sale.
Happily, I need a break and I love nothing more than to be inspired by all of YOU!
Of all the furniture pieces I come across, I love the buffet more than anything. And I LOVE this buffet from Repurposed Gems. The Graphic looks perfect, but it took her three times to get it that way. I love that she did not give up!! When you have something in your head, just keep going until you have created it. So rewarding when it comes together.
We have all come across these old stereo cabinets. They are a close relative of the sewing table and cabinet family. Kind of cool, but never quite sure what to do with them. The clever gal at Bad Rabbit Vintage made hers into a lovely little storage cabinet, and I love the vintage wall paper she added for shelf lining.
I definitely “Hope” to accomplish a project as cool as this one from Elisha at Pneumatic Addict. Her grandfather had made Hope Chests for his children and grandchildren. Elisha’s was made in High School, and she originally had it painted black. Now a grown up with different tastes…..she gave this Hope Chest all new hope. She even added the brass corners! Fantastic tutorial included on how to get this look yourself, graphic and all.
I am always on the hunt for new uses for old drawers. I love what the Craft Dictator did with hers. Made it into a tray! I love the added map decoupage too. Very clever!
It is a pretty rare treat when I get a project linked up that I was originally part of! When my friend Shelly from Shizzle Design was visiting last May, we scored a bunch of junk at Urban Ore Salvage in Berkely, CA. Shelly loaded up her suitcase with these old trowels. She recently took home a large haul of barn wood from a barn that was torn down. I love what she made, the coolest junque hooks ever!
This project not only got my eye, but I was so taken with the tutorial, I ordered the same tool Artsy VaVa used called a Framing Gun. It shoots those little pointer things into the back of frames to hold the glass and whatever else in place. I just got mine, and I can’t wait to take it for a test drive. Anywho…….This is such a simple, but fabulous result project.
And finally, to get us ready for Fall, how about a PumpkinProject! From Upcycled Treasures, she has a fabulous tutorial on how to make one or a bunch yourself. I just happened to come across a ton of books that were actually in a Dumpster. Hard cover books! I can’t wait to try my hand at these. So cute!
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