I found this lovely desk advertised on my local for sale site for $20.00. I was really excited about restoring it. But when I went to pick it up I was a bit disappointed because it had been given a very deep shabby chic look.
I was asked if I would have a go at making a chaise lounge for a friend but did not think it was something I would be able to do. I can not build to plans or even follow plans, I can only make it up as I go along.
I recently found an old suitcase in the garage of my Daughters new home. The previous owners had left it behind to be thrown out. My head went straight into overdrive thinking “What can I make with this”. My first thought was a suitcase table. Continue Reading →
I was cleaning out my workshop the other day and found this cool panel of wood among my scrap wood. My first thought was a kitchen sign. But to make it a little more Unique, it became a multi-functional kitchen sign. Continue Reading →
I was given these old kitchen cupboard doors by a builder that removed them from a house he was renovating. They got chucked on my scrap pile while I thought about what to make. I did not have to wait long because my sister asked me if I could make her a headboard.Continue Reading →
I am always on the lookout for free furniture, so I can repurpose them into something new and exciting. This old study desk was offered to me and straight away I knew it was going to be a Lego desk/ activity table.
I have always been a big fan of Marylin Monroe and I have also wanted to try decoupage on a piece of furniture. So this dresser allowed me to kill two birds with one stone. She would become my Marilyn Monroe decoupage dresser. Continue Reading →
All my projects are made from recycled materials and on finding this table I was not sure at first what I was going to do with it. My daughter had just bought a beauty bar and loved the idea of having all her makeup and beauty supplies in one place. So that was what I decided to do, It would be a makeup beauty bar as they are called in Australia.Continue Reading →
This table was one of the freebies I was given. I had no idea at first what to do with it because the top was so damaged and the end had been cut off. But it was such a good size I wanted to try and make a trough table out of it. Continue Reading →
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