When you head the thrift store and get a good haul, it can leave you feeling pretty pumped. That is until you look at all that you brought home and the realization hits you that you brought home a whole lotta potential and now there’s work to be done. For real, right? Today, I’m showing you a few of the items I acquired and how their thrifted makeovers can help make your house your home on a budget.
Let’s take a look at what I thought was worthy purchases. First, an unfinished stool, a wooden chest, and a corner cabinet. All are solid wood ane are handmade. However, they are most definitely
Sometimes my projects are in my head and sound good to me, but I never quite know how they’re going to turn out. It’s sort of fun that way, especially when it all gels together. Here’s is one of those types of projects. Meet my feed sack chair.
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A couple of weeks ago, I had my four girls with me and we were headed to pick up our weekly milk supply from a local farmer and then headed on to a flea market. We were all excited to find treasures that day.
Down the back country road we headed to get our milk, and then I spotted a “Garage Sale” sign. Uh oh. I don’t stop at every one of these (though I would if I could), but I knew since this was off the beaten path there could possibly be a steal. When driving with a 6 mo. old baby, you have only a limited amount of non-fuss time and I really didn’t know if I should stop. It could mean diaper changes, nursing time…you know the routine. Plus, my girls didn’t want to miss out on the flea market. What to do, what to do?!
Welcome back to those who have been following along. For those who are just joining in, you will want to check out Part 1 and Part 2 to get yourself up to speed. Time to reupholster and see our work firsthand.
Ready to finish? Here we go!
Remember the batting, padding and old upholstery you saved for later? Well, you’ll need to grab your stash now.
My rocker needed 2 yards of upholstery weight fabric and 6 yards of