Vertical Garden DIY: Cover up an ugly fence with this unique take on the vertical garden. Just pick up some old frames at your local thrift store and fill ‘em with colorful succulents. (via Sky Parlour)
Ornmament~mini book page snowman/Book club/Gift Exchange/Christmas ornaments
This adorable mini snowman measures 4 and is made from a used paper back book from the local thrift store. His arms are made from real branches and is topped off with a sparkly top hat. Complete with loop for easy tree hanging, these little ornaments are perfect for gift exchange, book club, or decorating your tree for the holidays! International shipping** Convo me with your postal code and I will set up a listing the same day.
Beautiful embroidered covered buttons. Here's a thrifty, crafty trick & tip: If you're not good at embroidery then there's a 'cheats' way to get this result. Visit your local Charity Shop (Thrift store for our USA folks) and seek out old embroidered table cloths and handkerchiefs which already have embroidery on them. Cut out the sections of embroidery (making sure you don't snip the important threads) and use these sections to make your buttons!
Unique shabby shelf. Comb your local thrift stores for a wall shelf with unusual lines, paint it your favorite color. To achieve the "old" look, paint a small area, then wipe it off with cheesecloth while it's wet. Paint the next small area and repeat the process until you've completed the shelf. The beautiful floral touches could be fabric glued where you think it looks best. A pitcher or vase from a thrift shop and there you are! A designer's look for only a few dollars. #estherluttrell
Make Your Own Fabric Bows - Easily! Raid your fabric stash, or the even the local thrift store! Here is my step by step guide to making your own fabric bows - easily! Being the Mom of 2 girls, bows are in high demand around here. And as many of us know some of them can come with a hefty price tag. Save your dough for something else and make your own.