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Link up your vintage: furniture flips, roadside finds,
repurposed projects, collections, home decor.
here’s all the latest from your hostesses
The Blue Willow House ~ Treasures I Never Pass Up at the Thrift Store
Our Hopeful Home ~ 8 Eco Friendly Ways to Disinfect a Cutting Board
My Thrift Store Addiction ~ How to Shop Texas Antique Week Like a Pro
To shop for antiques you do not have to be an antique dealer necessarily. Many of them just pick up antiques as a weekend hobby. All that you need to know is what you are looking for and have the correct approach to settle the deal.
This article guides you on how to buy antiques.
Adirondack Girl @Heart ~ How to Upcycle Thrifted Belts Into Bracelets
Leanna from Faeries and Fauna shared a tour of her charming home decorated for spring. The decor throughout her home shows a light but lovely spring touch. Something as simple as toning down her three-tier stand with birch bark makes a huge impact. My favorite vignette is the two rabbit sentries guarding their prize carrots in a galvanized tub but be sure not to miss the giant carrots Leanna made for her granddaughters. Hop over to the Faeries and Fauna Spring Home Tour to see which vignette is your favorite.
True confession time: As an avid gardener, I’ll admit that until very recently, I’ve been somewhat close minded when it comes to faux flowers. However, after discovering some very thrifty and realistic looking blooms for my latest project, I’ve adjusted my attitude. Jennifer at Decorated Chaos not only knows this secret, but in How to Shop for Faux Flowers she also shares her tips for arranging realistic looking bouquets, plus a source that might surprise you! If you’re like me, and not easily convinced, pay Jennifer a visit and see for yourself!
If you enjoy the rustic look of reclaimed wood, then you’ll want to run over to Anika’s DIY Life where Anika takes us step by step the process she went through to Build a DIY Emerson Buffet. She clues us in on how to mimic the look of reclaimed wood in order create her wonderfully handsome buffet–not to be missed.
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