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February Feature of the Month
We all fell in love with Debby Goes Shabby’s sumptuous Valentine’s “magazine cover,” featuring a vintage, shabby chic dresser filled with velvety red roses. It’s also perfectly charming and wonderfully romantic. Thanks for linking up your shabby chic dresser filled with velvety red roses. It’s also perfectly charming and wonderfully romantic. Thanks for linking up Enchanted Moments with us, Debby!
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repurposed projects, collections, home decor.
Here’s all the latest from your hostesses
Charged with the task of refreshing her parent’s laundry room Kristine from The Painted Hive needed a solution to hide their washing machine. Their laundry room adjoins the main hallway in their house and doesn’t have a dedicated door so it is entirely in the open. Her solution was to DIY a mini barn door cover-up for the washing machine. She shares her wonderful tutorial with us so we can install our own mini barn doors in place of ordinary doors wherever space permits. Check it out at DIY Mini Barn Doors…A Complete Tutorial.
Guest Feature: Sherry from Savvy Apron won my heart over last week with her DIY Chandelier Floor Lamp. I bought a thrift store chandelier many months ago, and have been looking for just the right upcycle solution. I think I’ve found it, and you will, too. It’s a simple tutorial with a stunning outcome. Thanks, Sherry!
In her weekly Creative Friday post, Cecilia, blogger at The B Farm shared her latest project –an upcycled box she created to store her tea. It’s a beauty and you’ll enjoy seeing how she transformed the container but just wait until you see the photos from her trip to England that inspired the project. In Time for Tea, Cecilia takes us on a tour from Bath to London to Stonehenge, to the picturesque village where she captured this lovely cottage. Her photos are simply charming, hop over to see the beauty for yourself!
Last week, Penny from Penny’s Vintage Home Repurposed a Wicker Settee that had seen better days in such a delightfully creative way. I love outside-the-box thinking and this is such a great example of that. Using plants and decorative items purchased at garage sales, she frugally put together a stunning display.
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