Goodwill Lamp Makeover

Shannon does design, its who she is. Even her blog is called akadesign and to prove to you she knows what shes doing look at what she can do with just a simple $2.50 lamp from a thrift store!

Old sewing table to kitchen island

Hanna is very creative! She was in need of a bit more counter space in her kitchen, so what does a creative person like Hanna do? She makes space! She says "This is one of my favorite pieces of furniture in my house. I made it out of an old sewing machine table, purchased at the DI for $6.00...One of my favorite things about the table. It has a secret compartment on top, where I store all of the sharp knifes in my house. Isn't it FAB?" We certainly think so Hanna great work! gorgfabgoodies

Christmas on a dime

Hilary sent in this great recycled magazine project! she says "I call it Christmas on a dime! I got the idea off of the Martha Steward website and decided to try it out. It only took an hour and a half to fold and prep my magazine for paint! My friend and I did it together! It's a great way to spend time decorating with friends for the holidays! The totally project cost 4.00 for the spray paint and the glitter! I am really excited about displaying my glitter tree for the holidays!" Hilary sure sounds excited about her tree and the holidays! We hope you are too!

"T" is for Turkey

Thanksgiving is only 2 day away! Are you ready? Well Jaime has provided this last minute food craft to make sure your centerpiece is full of flavor this holiday. What a fun way to spend the holidays with your kids. Head on over to her place thats my letter and see the step by step, and then head back here and send in your thanksgiving day creations!

Christmas tree

Hannah has an awesome tutorial on how to make a very simple Christmas tree from scrap wood and paper. We hope you can find time to try the project yourself and that it gets you in the holiday spirit! To see the tutorial in full head on over to young an crafty


Kat has an amazing talent of turning used building materials into something new and useful. Just look at what she did with these parts and pieces! See more of her work @ design spunk

Mirror to Serving Tray

We have seen alot of old mirrors turned into chalkboards to hang on the wall. But never one quite like this. Yes it hangs on the wall but it doesn't end there. The mirror really finds its usefulness when you use it like a serving tray. Great job Michael from inspiredbycharm

Desk and Mirrors

Sometimes a project involves more than one piece, as was the case for Mandi. She picked up this classic looking desk for only $5 and collected several frames. With a ton of hard work and a new acid glazing technique she came up with this wonderful finished project! Each piece is unique and together they form one awesome project! Keep up the great work Mandi! See how she did it @ vintage revivals

Vintage Book Planter

Lindy was inspired by what some other people had turned old books into. She found that you could use them to make everything including photo frames, but she wanted something different, something that gave new life to something old. What better way than to add a plant! Great idea Lindy, we can't wait to try this ourselves! keep up the great work. Cottage Hill

Storage Bench

Kammy is in the business of buying old beat up furniture, redoing them and turning a profit on Craigslist. She says "The thing with redoing furniture is you always have lots of stuff to choose from if you get tired of what's in your house!  I found the bench in Goodwill for $15.  About 5 times more than I like to pay for furniture!  But I haven't come across very many of these, so I snatched it up."
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