|Found the vintage wagon at a yard sale for $5|
On the Front Porch!
|Oh how I love finding things I didn't know existed. It's a vintage note holder for the front door. 25 cents at an estate sale.|
|From a yard sale!|
I tackled my first refinishing project. I've never done it before because I'm a horrible, messy painter. But what I discovered is when you distress something, you don't have to paint well. It was gloppy on the spindles, but when I finished, I took fine-grain sand paper and sanded the heck out out of it. I love it! I left the drawer natural... it just needed to be. Oh, and the best part? This was a dollar. Got it at a yard sale of a friend, getting rid of all her Mom's stuff.
|Also found at my friend's sale. Her parents owned a pharmacy|
and this was in it. It's so funny. I put it in a bathroom
|My obsession with "food with faces" continues...this apron was thrifted for $2|
Spring table runner...
|I love this mug!!! I thrifted it for a dollar and at first thought it was made to look old. Nope, it's old. Made in the USA.|
Living Room Update:
Yes, it was time to update the living room on a $0 budget. Well, I did it.
|I added blue, red and green accents to a mostly neutral gold backdrop...except for this one red/brown area.|
|This painting is by an artist from the 50's. My husband remembers a similar one in his grandmother's home. I got it at Goodwill for $8. What happened to the 0 budget you say? I sold stuff to pay for it!|
|The square pillow is old. I took one of my vintage table clothes and folded it around the old pillow. Then I added a button to tack it all down. The Neck roll...$1 at a yard sale.|
|The table I showed you last time, made from a FREE door by hubby for Valentine's Day. The rug from good ole Target makes the room and I got it FREE by selling two old rugs ;)|
|My newest Hazel Atlas...what a find!|