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DIY Farmhouse Sign with Typography

I’d like to introduce you to Bo and Mo, my latest thrift store finds. Why on earth would I bring these home, you say? Well, they’re wooden, cute, and full of potential. Do you see it? This chessboard duo is about to help me show you how to create a DIY farmhouse sign with typography. Oh yeah! {{twangy banjo music begins}}

Wooden Animal Cutouts from the Thrift Store | prodigalpieces.com

Okay, so maybe I’m a little nutty for seeing potential in these two pieces, but you can’t blame me for trying. If you take a closer look, Mo (the cow) is just a wood cutout with a chessboard painted on, plus that snazzy bell necklace. However, Bo, on the other hand, Read more

DIY 4th of July Sign with Chalkboard Typography

You know I can’t resist when someone offers me some free goodies, especially when they say they’re going to BURN THEM.{{gasp}} If you’ve been following over the last few months, you know I was bestowed with the stash-to-end-all-stashes of cupboard doors. I’m more than halfway through them and am eager to show you how this one is my DIY 4th of July sign.

Cupboard Door Before Makeover by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Here’s is the stash I’m referring to… Read more

Farmhouse Drop-Leaf Coffee Table with Typography

Last, but not least, it’s time for Round 5 of my #trashure curbside haul makeover fun. Yay!! I’ve worked through those other 4 projects with much fun. However, today is all about that little coffee table getting transformed into a farmhouse drop-leaf coffee table with whimsy.

Curbside Haul #4 Makeover by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

To catch you up to speed you can see the other projects listed below:

  1. Antique Pie Crust Table
  2. Hunting Scene Shelf
  3. Farmhouse Chest of Drawers
  4. Grain Sack Antique Chairs

Vintage Drop-Leaf Table Found Curbside by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces

As you can see, this table is in sturdy shape.Β  The leaves function as they should, for the most part Read more

Vintage Typography Acme Cedar Chest

I have a fascination for vintage typography and have a blast adding it to the pieces I work on. It was a goal of mine to do something fun on a chest of drawers, but when I found this cedar chest in a thrift store, I knew just what to do with it.

This thrifted Acme cedar chest had seen better days. Now it's an industrial work of art with vintage typography by Prodigal Pieces www.prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces

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Well…this is how I found it.

This thrifted Acme cedar chest had seen better days. Now it's an industrial work of art with vintage typography by Prodigal Pieces www.prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces

Lookin’ pretty rough, isn’t it?Β Overall it was in structurally good shape, aside from Read more

Salvage Clock ~ My Junkified Creation

Y’all it’s Trash to Treasure Tuesday! Do you know what that means? My blogger friends and I have sweet DIY inspiration for you. {{happy dance}} You’ll see their projects in a bit. For me, I’m all about this pile of rusty goodness below. It’s been a couple years in the making, but I’m finally sharing my salvage clockΒ  – my junkified creation.

Antique Door Knob Backplates in their Rusty Goodness | prodigalpieces.com

In case you’re not sure what these are, this is a pile of patina perfection found in these antique embossed door knob backplates complete with skeleton key escutcheons. eep! (I dare you to say that five times fast!)

Will ya just look at that gorgeousness?!? The detail floors me. I run my fingers over it wondering how many hands have touched this same surface over the years. Read more

Upcycled Silverware Box into Jewelry Box

Grandma’s old silverware box is about to get the makeover of a lifetime! tee hee!! You know you find these kinds of things at the thrift stores or garage sales, right? Maybe you wonder what it could be used for. Well, two things (1) it’s wood (2) it’s storage. Who doesn’t love extra storage? My goal is to show you one was to make use of this upcycled silverware box. Hang with me now.

Vintage Silverware Box Before Upcycle by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

If you remember, I had already demonstrated how I took another silverware box and upcycled it with an antique washboard to get this…

DIY Upcycled Washboard Cupboard for your Home Decor | by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #diy #farmhouse #vintage #home #homedecor

You can see my tutorial and peek inside this cupboard in this post over HERE. For today, however, I’m going a completely different route. Read more

Upcycled Pallet Farmhouse Decor

Raise your hand if you stop for wood on the curb. {{raises hand}} You, my friend, are a kindred spirit. I honestly hit the brakes harder if it’s weathered wood. aaah… That’s what I call patina perfection. I even have a pin board named that. What you see below is what’s left after a pallet demolition party happened. woot! My goal for today is create upcycled pallet farmhouse decor.

Weathered Pallets Before Upcycle by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Funny thing is I didn’t have to travel far for this wood. My next-door neighbor actually had a few of these strewn about over a year’s time so they got nice and weathered. I was running low on project wood, so I offered to Read more

Upcycled Antique Sewing Machine Top

It’s that time again! Trash to Treasure Tuesday is upon us and I’m excited to have my blogger friends joining me for another month of fun. You’ll see their projects in a bit, but check out what I have for you. It’s been a few years coming, but I’m finally getting to my vision for this upcycled antique sewing machine top. {{happy dance}}

Antique Treadle Sewing Machine Cabinet Top | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces

Maybe at first when you see this you’re like…um…what is THAT? Well, let me show you a picture for the original antique treadle sewing machine I acquired over 4 years ago. Read more

Farmhouse Kitchen Caddy from Thrifted Find

It isn’t often that I pass up the wooden section of the thrift store. I mean…there is #trashure to be found! Sometimes though, you can find wooden items hidden here and there too. Take for instance this little box. It was hidden in the Christmas section of the store. The vision I had for it was a farmhouse kitchen caddy. Do you see it?

Thrifted Caddy Before Farmhouse Makeover by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

While I often prefer to build my own decor from reclaimed scraps and such, it’s I also enjoy recreating found objects. This stenciled box sure wouldn’t suit my decor as-as, but it makes for the perfect Read more

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