Metal Farmhouse Containers

These shabby chic farmhouse bins are beautifully distressed and are perfect for a country kitchen. Use them hide clutter or display your Farmhouse finds.

Shoe Redo

I have plenty of shoes that I can’t use because they have a broken strap or buckle to r just don’t fit anymore. I can’t donate them so I scoured the internet for ideas to use and share of course.

Add bling to cover up blemishes or rips

Baby shoe Christmas decor

The obvious shoe garden

Add fabric or ribbon

Baby shoe pin cushion

How To Make An Umbrella Door Wreath | Hometalk

Upcycle a damaged umbrella with paint, flowers and a ribbon or rope. Love this idea from Hometalk.

These  adorable farmhouse galvanized metal containers are great for storage and will add a country feel to your kitchen or pantry. The unique distressing and rope jute handles give this set a unique flair.


What To Buy Your Friend Who Is Going Through A Breakup | HuffPost

This is a funny read only for those who have a sense of humor!

Breakup Gifts Ideas

Unique Foxy Welcome Sign

IMG_0310.JPGFarmhouse Fabric Fox Welcome Sign

Need a new take on a Welcome sign? Welcome your guests into your home with this cute little guy by placing him on a porch swing or rocker. Foxy would be great sitting on steps leading to your front door or indoors on an entry way table.

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Memorial Day DIY Flags

Memorial Day is often thought of as a vacation day or just another day off our busy work week but it’s truly a time to honor our veterans who have lost their lives keeping you and I safe. My heart goes out to those who have lost a loved one who was fighting for our country. Show your patriotism with your own flag DIY style of course. 

Breadbox Happy

I love old, vintage breadboxes that have been brought back to life by happy crafters. Here are some great examples of redo’s by others who are love breathing new life into dated and tired pieces. The possibilities are endless so grab a hold of one and re-create!

Happy Vintiquing!

Not Your Grandma’s Dining Room

A few years ago I was in Boston at my boyfriends grandma’s home. She was about to reach 100 years in age and insisted on making us dinner. She proceeds to remove her vintage silverware, plates, cups and saucers, fabric napkins with a beautiful floral tablecloth, all from a Victorian style buffet chest. The candlesticks were lit, the matching table and chairs were filled with hungry family members and dinner was served. 

It seems like gone are the days of making a production out of dinner time but I do love the unique style everyone is using to assemble a dining set. Apparently anything goes when it comes to tables and chairs. Benches, crates and mix-matched metal and wood chairs are the new farmhouse look and I love it!