One of my all-time favourite things to find when I’m out junking is Broken Architectural Salvage and turning it into farmhouse decor for our home. They might be covered in dirt, have cobwebs and hard to see past that they are broken and just junk! These are the best finds ever because once you get […]
There’s no denying that I absolutely LOVE decorating with numbers! I have found over the years that they add so much character and charm to home decor and cannot be easily found. So today for this months Pinterest Challenge I’m sharing how to make Faux French Enamel Number Tags!
Finding and using salvaged galvanized goodies has been something I have loved to do since I would go and stay on my grandparent’s apple farm. I would find things from old tin cans to galvanized stencils that they would label the wooden apple boxes with. So today I thought I would share with you 5 Fun Ways […]
For the first time in a long while, I was able to go on a little treasure hunt with my pal Chris. Our day was filled with lots of giggles and oo’s and ahhh’s with all the finds that we came across. I am so grateful to have met Chris a long time ago while being […]
Finding old books is a passion of mine! They have so much character and add a nice vintage farmhouse feel when decorating. Sometimes I come across old books that are falling apart and looking a little worse for wares. Because I really dislike things going to waste, creating decor items and using them on my restored […]
These Farmhouse Bakery Antique Kitchen Signs have been on my list of things to do for such a long time. But since having my dad taken ill time sure has been a bit of an issue. Fortunately, I found a little window of time to complete them and share this project with you just in […]
Book Pages are one of my most favourite things to use when making things and also when decorating. So with this month’s Creative Blog Hop where it’s all about paper. I thought I’d share a fun Vintage Farmhouse Book Page Thrifted Plate Frame that you can make too.
It’s that fun time of the month again for Farmhouse Hens. This month it’s all about thrifted frames! So today I thought I would share how I made this Farmhouse Tissue Paper Frame which I found at my local thrift store for $1.
There’s no secret that I love decorating with numbers! So the other day when I went in search of some numbered tags, they were all in use!! Well, that just wouldn’t do so I decided to try making some. And this sure has now stopped the possibility of ever running out of numbered tags ever! […]
Old clock faces really make my heart sing. I always keep an eye out for them while out treasure hunting but never seem to have any luck. So for April’s Pinterest Challenge hosted by the lovely Erelene from over at My Pinterventures I’ve decided to try making some of my own. Sharing some DIY Vintage […]
Since moving into our new home our laundry has been in need of a little organising. So yesterday was the perfect day to do so because my planned painting project got canned due to the rain. Not that I am complaining in the slightest about the rain because we needed it so desperately to fill […]
Trying to find milk glass in my neck of the woods has proven to be a bit of a challenge. I just adore the 2 pieces that I have and would love to add to my collection. So when our Farmhouse Hens Blog Hop this month was all about Milk Glass I decided to see […]
Welcome back to another fun Creative Blog Hop where a group of some of my talented blogging pals get together each month and create! For this project, I am sharing how to make a Farmhouse Fresh Flower Market Sign. The inspiration for this project came about because we are making some little changes to our deck area […]