Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Reusing empty frames for wall art

Here is a super easy way to transform a wall with empty frames. I've been wanting to do one for a while, but waited until I found some frames that looked just right. I still may add more to the wall. The frames are easy to find at any thrift store and these I found were from $.49 - $1.00 each. I've been keeping my eyes open and have just picked up a few at a time while out thrifting. I used paint I had sitting around for furniture and other projects and then sanded down for a more rustic look. Super duper easy as can be :)

Monday, April 23, 2012

I want these items in my home :)

So I've been absent from blogging recently. And I apologize for that. It still surprises me that I have as many readers as I do, and I am so thankful for you people out there that my blog inspires. Thank you for still coming back! Although it seems like I can never keep up with other bloggers who tend to have posts every single day. I stay so busy with other things its all I can do to accomplish projects I have, even yet to take pictures of them, download them, edit them, and then post them to the blog. I love so much about re-purposing old things, that I've hated not being able to share my findings recently.

So, on a good note :) Here are some great finds that I came across in one of my favorite thrift stores. I would love to grab these up, but I promised myself I needed to finish projects I already have lying around the house. {I'm sure some of you can relate to this statement}

Enjoy :)

{Antique table - $20}

{Spindle End table - $15}

{Underwood Typewriter - $45}