Who doesn’t love a little crushed oregano and if it’s a cute place to store your sewing supplies, even better
Enjoy the remaining days of this gorgeous summer!
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That’s all for now! I’ve been working on lots of projects lately but, not finishing many. My summer brain is just going in too many directions. Hopefully I’ll have more to post in the near future, until then, enjoy the summer!
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Many years ago, I bought this standing bookshelf for my son’s room. He’s packing for his first year of college and this piece didn’t make the cut. Floor space is very limited in dorm rooms and so, I planned to donate it to The Salvation Army.
It sat in my van for several weeks until last weekend when it found it’s way back in the garage. We removed it from the van to pick an extra large, gorgeous thrift store china hutch.
I walked past the target bookshelf several times over the last few days and realized I wasn’t ready to let it go just yet. Not because I’m sentimental about this piece, I try not to get attached to furniture :)
It’s really more about the functionality in our newly rearranged office. It’ll provide great storage options for all my vintage finds that I love and frequently use to stage furniture photos.
One problem, it’s kind of ugly………………..
To be continued……….
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Funky Junk Interiors Upcycled DIY
I’ve been wanting to add box signs to our etsy store for quite a while and I finally got the chance to put together a few samples
My son is starting his first year of college in a few weeks, he’s heading nine hours away and asked if he could have this eye chart for his dorm room. You can pretty much guess what I said :) I will however be making more and they’ll be available on our etsy site soon.
Hope you enjoyed your 4th of July weekend! This is a little late but, I thought I’d share some red, white and blue inspired projects we’ve been working on.
So, as you can see, we were in a red white and blue mood this week! The cabinet needs to be sanded and waxed and I’ll post updates when it’s done! Enjoy the weekend!!
If you’re a fan of canvas wrapped photos, you’ll love this project! My son graduated this year and I decided to purchase his photo as a canvas and let me tell you, they are expensive!!
I’ve been wanting to add art to our newly renovated kitchen and I thought it could use a little more blue. I really wanted to add photos and because high quality glass frames are also expensive, I did a little research and found a very easy way to create DIY canvas photos.
The first step is to find the right photo. Blue isn’t a color that you find very often in nature or in kitchens so, I had to think of a few things that I thought would work. Hydrangeas and Mason Jars were the first thing that came to mind so, I googled……Hydrangeas in Mason Jars :)
You’ll want to look for a “large” size file so it doesn’t get distorted when it’s enlarged and you’ll also need to find a photo that isn’t copyrighted or watermarked…or you can take your own
So if you’re feeling inspired, find the right photo and go for it! I think I’ll make “canvas” photo’s of my kids next
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