I know I’m supposed to be on hiatus, working and all, but I just had to share this lovely freebie.
I’ve been following Geninne’s Art Blog for some time now… she always has such beautiful photographs of her work, it inspires me to get busy myself! Click here to visit her blog and download the free desktop image.
No, but really. Anything. This particular drawer set could be used as a nightstand, an office organizer or an end table for a couch, but the basic method could be applied to just about any old piece of furniture that you find.
I originally found this photo on Pinterest, and followed it all the way back to the original DIY post. The key materials are super simple, super cheap, and (seemingly) super fun. Check out the whole how-to here at Fussy Monkey Business!
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I’ve been on the other side of the camera, so to speak, many times. I’ve interviewed doctors, lawyers, graduate students, even a curandero. But this is the first time I’ve been interviewed for MY stuff!
Janelle of Nomad Crafts Etc. put together an interview and some archived photos in her blog. Be sure to check it out for all of my People’s-magazine-worthy dirty little secrets.
If you like what you see, come say hello at my Etsy shop. There will be brand new items posted later this week… stay posted!
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Keywords for today’s post: Cheap. Easy. Efficient. Done in five minutes. Capiche?
1. Teacup rack, found on Hello Tiger!
2. Mason Jar storage, found on Crazy Domestic
3. Repurposed Apple Crates, found on Re-Nest
4. Chalkboard paint labels on mason jars by The Inadvertent Farmer
5. Chalk Holder from an old Drawer Pull by Half Pint Salvage
6. Shutter paper holder, found on Li’l Magoolie
7. Jewelry storage idea from Pottery Barn
8. China dish drawer storage by Martha
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