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Isn’t this the most perfect pipe you’ve ever seen?  It has a nice case of crusty rust, it’s the perfect height for a nice lamp, (which I see in this guys future)  and best of all…it was free. You may be …
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Last year we had our cabinets refaced.  The boxes on the cabinets were fine but it was time for an update.  During the process they give you totally new doors, new drawers and drawer fronts and give a whole new …
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Super easy upcycle for you today, transforming a thrift store frame and making your paper shopping list a thing of the past. This is almost the frame I started with.  I couldn’t find my original pictures but this frame started …
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My youngest son, Nathan, whom I’ve sent off to college, keeps showing up on my doorstep.  This time he was looking to make a frame for his older brother for his birthday (the one who just had a baby). Did …
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This is a follow up to the file cabinet makeover from last week. If you missed that last post, those file cabinets started out as ordinary, find at any thrift store, plain metal file cabinets. When we last saw our …
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You’re looking at the beginnings of shutter project #30, a small shelf for all your little knick knacks. This is an old interior shutter covered with layers of paint and dirt, combined with a brand new, boring 1×6 with absolutely …
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I have another easy DIY for you today, wall hooks made from old rolling pins and vintage moulding. You may have to start scouring the thrift stores, or maybe even your mom’s cupboards.  I do happen to have a rolling pin …
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I haven’t acquired any new supplies lately.  I’ve been trying to dig thru my pile of junk, using up some of my current stash.  I still have a pile of shutters buried in my storage room and a few more …
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I can’t resist a good piece of furniture in need of some lovin’ and this trunk was no exception.  He was rusty , he was peeling, he had a hole where he shouldn’t have a hole and he was beautiful. Hey, …
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If something sits around long enough at my house, eventually it will have to either be thrown out or repurposed. Such was the case with this pallet wood centerpiece from son #2’s wedding back in 2017. It’s tall and skinny …
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