Trash to Treasure Decorating has been online for 9 months now, and I’m constantly adding elements to the site, making changes and tweaking. One of my desires is for you, my reader, to know what to expect from the site. I try to keep posts as related to trash to treasure as possible. But I also want to inspire your creativity, to motivate you to try something you’ve never thought of attempting before. You really can DIY!
I’ve decided to organize the blog according to daily themes. We already have WWYD Wednesday and Follow Friday, but now I’ve added three other themes. Now, lest you think I’m going to overload your poor inbox with daily messages, no worries. I know I won’t be blogging daily. But, as I come up with projects, tutorials and pictures, I’ll post them on themed days.
Transformation Tuesday—Before and after projects
WWYD Wednesday—What would you do with this?
Thrifty Thursday—Low cost T2T ideas
Follow Friday—Blog hop for T2T friends
- You leave your idea(s) below in the comments, and next week I’ll name a winning idea.
- Add a link to your blog or a specific post if you’d like us to check out your site or if you want us to see an example of your great idea.
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What a weird find!!!! I personally wouldn't do a thing with it. I would just find a nice place in my front room to display it and as new people are coming to the house, show them….my nice bomb that I have. Nice conversation piece!
I would paint some nice metallic color, maybe antique bronze or something along that line, and place in the landscape as a sculpture. I think you could also plant some succulents in the spaces at the bottom.
As much as I love the idea of making it into a garden sculpture, I can't deny the fun of making conversation about having a "practice bomb" somewhere in the house.
So thanks Sam for the winning idea. Check out Sam's blog at http://momundecided.blogspot.com/
That piece has "boy" written all over it! How about adding some cool hooks and use it as a place to hang up all those t-shirts I find on my son's bedroom floor!!!