Friday, September 21, 2012


In order to make room for NEW inventory...

We are having a Buy One Get One FREE sale Saturday September 22, and Sunday September 23rd on SINGLE PANE WINDOWS:)

Come on in and get some windows for your next project.

Check us out on PINTEREST for ideas on what to do with the windows.  I would love to make so many of those ideas, but my favorites seem to be the more personalized ideas which are not ideal to sell in a store.
Hope to see you this weekend:)

Tuesday, September 4, 2012


This morning I found this really neat idea on Pinterest and decided to make it quick before my husband got home from work.  It was super simple and it got me thinking...I should post all the projects I have made that were specifically inspired by Pinterest.  Sometimes I see something and decide to tweak it a bit or put another spin on it.  But this board to hold numbers from races was a quick little project with not much change required.

Check back often because I will probably keep adding photos at the end of this post rather than making a new post each time.


Magnet/chalkboard, lampshade, dresser knobs

Monday, September 3, 2012

Reupholstered Chair

I tried my hand at reupholstering.  I have often done items that just require a few staples that are hidden underneath, but never something that would be fully exposed. Luckily it didn't turn out too badly, so now I will be keeping my eyes peeled for more furniture, and not just of the wood type:)

Sorry this is the only BEFORE photo of the torn back

Ottoman BEFORE
 This chair was a $6 yard sale find, and the ottoman was brought to me at the store.  I bought it for $4.  Not a bad set for $10!  I scored the new fabric on the clearance rack and was ready to roll.

Happy Pickin'

Store Reset!

Well we took a day to shift things around and add some much needed wall display area.   Since we do not own the building we are not allowed to hang things on the walls. But we had a plan.  Tom came out with his ladder, tools and knowledge so we set to work. Turns out it was much more difficult than we had hoped, but it turned out great:)   Thanks Tom!

Here are some photos of our current inventory.

Keep Pickin'