I’m really excited to share this project with you because not only was it simple, but there’s so much room to be creative with it and make it your own! This particular craft is done by upcycling old paintings, so grab all the old wall art collecting dust in your attic and give it some… Continue reading Make the World Better
So after a brief hiatus from blogging, I’m back with so much to share! I know I’ve been MIA on here lately – it has been a particularly busy semester for me as I’ve finished up my Digital Humanities Internship, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been upcycling and planning projects to share with you!… Continue reading Don’t Call it a Comeback
This is the first of a series of posts I plan to continue this year: Thrifty Treasures. I spend a lot of my planning process for upcycling and craft projects at thrift shops looking for inspiration. I want to share these thrift-shopping adventures with you and show you some of the awesome loot I get excited… Continue reading Thrifty Treasures
I just picked up this adorable ornament on New Year’s Day, January 1, 2015 along with Chris, to commemorate an amazing past year of thrift-shopping and upcycling and in anticipation of what’s to come and wanted to share it with you guys! I know I’m a little late with this post, but I just wanted… Continue reading A new year to DIY!
This year I have a lot to be thankful for. I’m about to start my senior year of college, I started a blog, I found some amazing thrift-shop buys and have some fun upcycling projects in the works; I have a wonderfully supportive/artistic boyfriend who actually goes craft store shopping with me, and I have… Continue reading The Thankful Crafter (DIY-Blog Roundup)
In my last post I introduced the idea for a new craft- little winter wonderlands inside mason jars. I’ve been working on them over this past weekend so I could get the final product up here along with a how-to. I have to say I’m still super excited about these. They are coming out adorably,… Continue reading Holiday-in-a-Jar
A few weeks ago my yard saling paid off, and I found an amazing bargain- a $1 wooden chair in good condition. Since then, I had been dying to upcycle it a bit, but with my school schedule it had to wait. I was left mentally picturing all the wonderful ways I could update it, while… Continue reading First Encounters (with Decoupage)