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How to make a drop cloth chalkboard. paint on the chalkboard paint, add pallet boards for hanging. A twisted wire hanger completes the rustic looking chalkboard.

     
 
 
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My Repurposed Life by Gail Wilson - 4d ago

Are you ready for Talk of the Town? We're here to help you find new projects and yummy things to make and bake! I hope you find something to keep you busy, either from your hostesses or one of the features.

     
 
 
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I love using old cabinet doors to make new and useful projects. This chalkboard key rack wall organizer is perfect for the gal or family on the go! Keep everything you need right by the back door. Hop over to see complete step by step directions.

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Step by step directions on how to decoupage a thrift store basket with hydrangea beverage napkins. I'm not sure why I waited so long to do this project. I have a lot of napkins left over, what should I do next?

     
 
 
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My Repurposed Life by Gail Wilson - 1w ago

It's almost Valentine's Day! It's not too late to be inspired by a few of our features. I hope you find something this week to make or bake someday soon.

     
 
 
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This easy, fun repurposed table shelf project is made from a couple of boards and queen anne table legs. You will love this quick and easy project that you can do in an afternoon.

     
 
 
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I’m so happy to share these repurposed lamps that I turned into plant stands or candlesticks. They can also be used as plant stands!  Bonus! This is a sponsored post for my friends at Homeright DIY Blog. Please visit them to get more details on how to set up the large spray shelter and tips for...

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I'm so excited about our new Club Couture™. Club Couture™ is an exciting opportunity for my customers to subscribe and receive an exclusive Chalk Transfer™ design and three coordinating Chalkology™ Paste Singles every month for just $19.99!

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My Repurposed Life by Gail Wilson - 2w ago

And we're live with Talk of the Town #160! What will you find to make or bake? So many great features, I can't wait to see what is shared this week!

     
 
 
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Vintage shutters (if in good shape) are very sturdy. If properly attached they can even be strong enough to make a bookcase! I'll show you just how to do it in this Repurposed Shutters Bookcase Tutorial.

     
 
 
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