Here’s an easy way to upcycle a couple of thrift store finds into a display stand. This DIY is super easy and very low budget!
Ya just never know what a secondhand find can inspire like this beautiful upholstery fabric I bought at my local thrift store for $5.
Here’s a fun, slightly messy DIY using a thrift store frame and upcycled CDs.
There are a few items you definitely need to hit up your local thrift store for… Frames, candle holders and vases.
Vintage fabric from your local thrift store is perfect for pillow covers, purses and it turns out lavender sachets!
There are tons of fun DIYs for repurposing an old wool sweater like making mittens!
Here’s how to make a spooky trick or treat bag for Halloween out of a thrift store find. It’s a low cost, low time investment and high impact DIY.
I love repurposing wool sweaters from the thrift store. They’re perfect for upcycling and creating crafty goodness with.
Here’s an easy peasy DIY that adds a bit of funk to a thrift store find.
I’m a big lover of succulents! And I adore finding unconventional homes for them too.
Mason jars are perfect for organizing and storing ‘stuff’. You can bling them up so they look awesome while being practical.
I love transforming a thrift store wool sweater into the cutest baby booties.
One of my FAV refashioning projects is stencilling corkboards. It’s easy and totally jazzes up a boring ole corkboard.
Here’s the perfect DIY for Mother’s Day – upcycling tin cans into planters.
Easy peasy and it looks awesome… A burlap milk carton planter! And it’s a super snazzy home for succulents.
I turned a Mason jar from my recycling bin into a reusable gift package in a jiffy!