Mini wall mounted drill and screws tool station with squishy jars

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Raise your hand if you have tools indoors and tools outdoors and tools everywhere else in between. If you use them everywhere, they scatter! For that reason, this little table top turned tool station in my photo studio got a slight revamp. You may remember this when the vintage creamers held screws. They were cool! […]

Salvaged junk clock with Farmhouse sign

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Have you noticed the reclaimed wood clock craze yet? I’ve been watching over it for awhile now, and knew I wanted to make one. Somehow. Someday. But.. it didn’t happen. Until a book landed on my lap. Liz Fourez is a blogging buddy of mine, and if you have never visited her blog, Love Grows Wild, […]

Quirky 2 ladder shelving in the entry

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This super quirky 2 ladder shelving in the entry was all thanks to yet ANOTHER closet redo. Remember the post about the cheap closet kit in my son’s room? The same treatment was done in our little entryway closet, and this was the result. I can’t seem to find the before picture, so I’ll spare you […]

Interchangeable rustic farmhouse kitchen signs

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It’s no secret that I am an old sign fanatic. I just find the look enticing, and totally fits in with any season. But that can be a bad thing too… One place I really love to do something special with is behind my kitchen stove. This Bakery sign stood the test of time for an entire […]

When one simple thing gets published

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It never gets old, friends. I was over the moon DELIGHTED when Somerset Home desired to publish my funky little potting shed sign on the shed. Life sure has a funny way of working itself out. A little behind the scenes mentality… This project started out as a means of introducing some garden themed stencils to […]

Oversized spring garden tulip crate flowerbed. Literally.

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GIVEAWAY HAS NOW ENDED. Congrats to #21 Jan! You have been emailed. Thank you for your comments! When my dear blogging friend Carole from Garden Up Green asked me to review her new gardening book coming out, the first words out of my mouth were, “It’s about time!” Carole lives in the country on a hobby farm, […]

3 ways to use a reclaimed wood salvaged junk heart

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I keep wanting to refer to our record breaking current snow weather. When it kinda takes over your life, it’s hard for it not to be on your constant radar. Since Friday, we started getting dumped on. In 3 days, we had over 80 cm, or 31″. For a place that is use to mowing their […]

A quick closet clean up. Or two.

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If you’ve been watching my Instagram stories, you’ll know we got a massive dump of snow over the weekend. This is kinda big news for the west coast of BC. We are accustomed to super mild winters, where you can mow your lawn pretty much 12 months out of the year. But not so lately. […]

Everything you need to know about stencilling

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One of the MOST asked questions I receive, is…  “What are your favourite stencil brushes?” So, today I’m going several steps further. This massive, LONG overdue post will showcase everything you need to know about stencilling. How to stencil, my fav supplies, how to store, how to clean, what to make, where to purchase these stencils, and […]

The Mill House in Maui. A dream restaurant for junkers, plus.

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When Michael from Inspired by Charm was in Maui the same time we were this past summer, he shot me a message of a MUST stop, with a picture similar to the one above. Apparently there was this junk inspired restaurant in the middle of a plantation that I needed to see. What in the world?! […]