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It’s been a while since I hosted a blog roll! Now that I have a few more readers, I thought it would be fun to see how many trash to treasure bloggers are out there. Trash to Treasure Decorating turns 4 months old today! It’s been a fun 4 months of blogging and net-surfing and blogging about my surfing, then surfing some more because of your inspiration! Blog hops, or link parties as some bloggers call them, are a fun way to see what everyone else has made and what they’re writing about. For example, I saw this great idea […]Continue reading
Yesterday morning, my Bible study book asked me to write down the deepest desire of my heart. I thought about it for a while, then left the line blank. What really is my deepest desire? I knew I could fill in something akin to a canned Sunday school answer. Something like, my deepest desire is to glorify God and do what He wants me to do. But I didn’t write that down, because what I want to be my deepest desire and what I make my deepest desire have not yet merged into one track. In fact, I’m not really […]Continue reading
I just have to share some of the cool projects that I saw this week on the “I Did it Without My Hubby” blog tour at Shanty 2 Chic. Check out the blogs to see full descriptions and tutorials of these great trash to treasure projects. Gail at My Repurposed Life turned old windows into these awesome cabinets. Photo belongs to Gail Traci at Beneath My Heart made a clever towel rack for her bathroom from an old headboard. Photo belongs to Traci Over on Junk Fest, they’ve turned an old radiator into a classy beverage bar. Who knew? Check […]Continue reading
I saw this project on one of the link parties I posted on last week and just had to share the link with you. Emily at Four Flowers took an old French door and turned it into a fabulous mirror. On the blog, Emily shares step by step how she refinished and repurposed. She used a spray paint product that I hadn’t heard of for the mirror…you’ll want to check out her brand new blog to see what it was. See the project HERE – Emily’s French Door Project She went from this: To this: Both photos linked from Emily’s […]Continue reading
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