After going for a little thrift shop in our own garage recently, I came across some fun goodies that needed a little refresh. Sharing How to Milk Paint Farmhouse Thrifted Finds. And then tomorrow I’m going to share how to use your freshly milk painted finds and make a farmhouse style centrepiece.
Hubby recently had all of his household goodies moved here from where he used to live, which is about 4 hours away from us, that has been in storage for the last 10 years. It is seriously like having my own little thrift store in our garage! He was going to throw out a bed […]
Ever wondered if you can paint metal with Milk Paint? You sure can! For today’s tutorial, I’m going to share with you how to Paint Metal With Milk Paint And Get An Aged Look.
A lot of the pieces of furniture and home decor that we have in our home are things that I have had since I moved out of my parent’s house. Some have had a makeover and some have been just left as is. Like this lamp that I’m sharing with you today! I absolutely love […]
This next project is an absolute game changer!! You know when you’ve finished painting a brand new spanking piece of furniture and just can’t find the right drawer pulls? Today I’m sharing a fun way on How To Make Farmhouse Stamped Knobs and then add them to your fresh new piece and make it unique!
One of the questions that I get asked the most when holding my painting workshops or on Social Media is what is the difference between, Chalk Paint Milk Paint and Mineral Paint. I can’t believe it has taken me so long to actually write a post and share it with you all! I guess it […]
When making things out of raw wood I always like to use paint as a stain. Not only does it save you a tonne of money because your usually have the paint already. And it can give you so many different shades too depending what look you are after. Today I’m sharing the best way […]
2019 sure seems to be the year for getting the to-do-list done! This little cupboard was one of the very first pieces that I purchased and let me tell you, it was in much-needed attention. So with this months challenge for Farmhouse Hens, being all about Shelf Treatment. This was the perfect time to share […]
2019 is the year for me to get busy painting and declutter my shed of all the pieces of furniture that have been waiting for my attention. Just like this old school desk which I found at a garage sale some time ago. Today I’m sharing How To Paint An Old Farmhouse School Desk and […]
You know you have awesome friends when they get who you are and know what you love doing. Our dear friends down the road were getting rid of their spare bed and asked if I would like it. I nearly threw my back out with excitement and gratefully accepted. We have had a bedroom that […]
Sometimes you see something at a Garage Sale or a Thrift Store and instantly fall in love. This was the case for a set of old farmhouse style windows that I saw some time ago. They nearly didn’t come home with me because they were filthy dirty and covered in cobwebs. But if there’s one […]
After giving our old shutters a brand new vintage farmhouse look lets just say a little door fever hit me! We had a screen door that needed to have some love in my pile of to do’s. So armed with my paintbrush and some Fusion Mineral Paint, sharing how to paint an Old Farmhouse Screen […]
Making a farmhouse bench has been one of those projects that I have wanted to make for a long time. But have been too scared to. All because of a tool that scared the living daylights out of me!! Can you guess what it is? If you guessed a nail gun you’ve hit the nail […]
After having these shutters in my to-do pile for something-something years, it was time to do something with them. Truth be told after sharing an insta story over on Instagram about how Mr Raggedy Bits decided to make the bed one Saturday morning BUT only made his side. I realised how bland behind the bed looked. So off […]
Who else has almost thrown their neck out while driving along in the car and you suddenly spot something dumped on the side of the road? Something that has potential with a little scrub behind the ears and maybe a coat of paint. This sure happened when I came across this old bed head! So for […]