Vintage Quilt Throw

My mom was an amazing quilter and I have several she made that I cherish and display. I love quilts and can appreciate the tiny details and huge amounts of time that go into them. When I found several unfinished handmade vintage quilt tops at an estate sale for only a few dollars, I snatched…

Ruler Growth Chart

My kids are little now (1 and 3 years old) but they are growing so fast. I wanted to document it on an adorable ruler growth chart. There are a lot of ruler growth chart DIY tutorials on Pinterest, which is where I first got the idea. Some use sharpie marker for the number and…

Children’s ABC Table

We are currently in the process of trying to potty train my stubborn little 3 year old guy. He thinks he has better things to do than sit on a potty. SO I came up with a simple idea to make it more worth his while. Give him a table for books, puzzles, and his…

Wine Cork Shadow Box

In an earlier post I talked about building a large wine rack in our dining room. A fun little consequence of drinking all that wine are the corks we end up with. In the five years we have been married, my husband and I have accumulated quite a few and I wanted to have a place to…

Repurposed Headboard Bench

I am SO excited how this project turned out. I had been looking for a bench with storage for my front door. Same old story…everything was either blah or way too expensive. I saw a headboard repurposed into a bench on Pinterest, so I summoned up the determination/motivation to make one myself. I searched for a…

Corbel Entryway Table

I made a corbel table! I first saw this Shanty-2-Chic DIY Console table that I thought was adorable and knew I wanted to do something similar for my entryway. At Shanty-2-Chic, she uses pre-made turned dining table legs. While searching for my own to buy, I found these corbels at Architectural Depot. I decided to go down my…

Repurposed Shot Bag Pillow

I love antique packaging because the logos, typography, colors and illustrations are so beautiful. I have a whole section dedicated to it in my Etsy store. They used to make canvas bags for many things such as shot, grain/feed, flour, money, military uses, hardware supplies, and more. Canvas is an easy material to repurpose if you have basic sewing…