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Saturday, February 13, 2016

Share It One More Time LInk Party #20

Good morning friends and welcome to 

   Share It One More Time Link Party.

We're so glad you are here to join in the fun.  I love seeing all the great projects you bring to share each week. This week was super awesome but before we move on I want to share what I did this week.  I am still organizing a bit and needed something to corral all the yarn I have been accumulating crocheting the afghans I have been sharing. So when I was in Good Will and saw an old hamper I just knew it would be perfect.  You can read about how I transformed it into a French Hamper with a little paint and some fabric. I love the results and the fact that it holds all those yarn leftovers.
thrifted hamper made into a French inspired organizing bin with a bit of paint and fabric

This week's host is Lori of Designthusiasm. So without further ado I am going to turn the party over to her.  You all have a wonderful week and keep those awesome projects coming.

Sunday, February 7, 2016

Organizing with a French Hamper

Hi everyone.  
Are you all still trying to get your first of the year organization done like I am?  I have to say I am still on my quest to get a few things organized around here.  I have to admit I have not made a huge difference as I have been a bit under the weather.  I have a small project I put together to organize my out of control yarn supply  - a cute little French Hamper that I think you will enjoy.  I am also joining with the ladies of A Dose of DIY today.  This month's theme is, of course, organization. Just in time for me to get this little hamper off my to do list and into a functional state.


I found this rather drab old hamper at Good Will and picked it up thinking I could use it in some way.

using an old hamper to organize yarn

Not too pretty - woven raffia or reeds of some sort and dull.  It was quite dirty and needed a good cleaning also. So I set to work on cleaning it before I did any kind of rehab to it.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Share It One More Time Link Party and Features #19



Hi everyone and welcome to the
    Share It One More Time Link Party.
I'm so glad you could make it.  I just love seeing all the wonderfully creative things you come up with each week.  You do inspire me.  
This week Julie from Lilacs and Longhorns is our host but before turning the party over to her I thought I would show you what I have been up to.
I have been in a bit of a lazy mode lately but did get motivated by the monthly Junk Revision Challenge I belong to.  This month the theme was hearts so I turned some old junk I was discarding into this.

diy vintage valentine wall art made from thrifted pieces

A pretty little Vintage Valentine Wall Art. Be sure to check out the before and the tutorial at the link.
Now it's time to turn it over to Julie - you all have a wonderful and creative week.




Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Vintage Valentine Wall Art

I really don't do much in the decorating department for Valentine's day but today I am joining the lovely ladies in the 

           Junk Revision Challenge 

Junk Revision Challenge logo

This month's theme is hearts so I decided on an easy, budget friendly vintage valentine wall art project. But the best part of this project is that it can easily be done in an afternoon.

vintage Valentine wall art - twine heart on Paris fabric with thrifted frame

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Share It One More Time Link Party and Features # 18

Good morning everyone - and welcome to the  Saturday
Share It One More Time Link Party.

I'm so glad you could stop by.  This week has been a very busy week for me and I have not had the time to work on any projects or post anything new.  Hope you all are keeping warm after Storm Jonas blew through.  My oldest son lives outside of Philadelphia and was sending us pictures of the snow there - very impressive to say the least.  We got some flurries and lots of rain but are having some very nice "spring-like" temps and sunny days now.  


A vintage thrifted frame with vintage sheet music and a Christmas ornament make a cute Valentine decor

Since Valentine's is drawing close I thought I would share this little Valentine project I did last year -Hanging Heart Frame.  A quick and simple project to bring a bit of Valentine decor into your home.
That's it for me - so I am turning it over to Janet of
Shabbyfufu
our host this week.