70 Budget Makeovers
The Thrift Store Decor Team is all about budget makeovers. You’ll be surprised at the creations you can make from every day items. I have included a before photo of my budget makeovers….then the after photo. Click any of the photos to see the complete project.
The decorative gift boxes were too pretty to use as boxes!
I framed one of the box lids and hung it in the granddaughters bedroom.
This basket with the cool handles got a coat of spray paint and a fluffy addition.
It’s also in the granddaughters bedroom. Works great for holding their tea set.
The out of date wall art looked so much better with a coat of spray paint.
Here they are hanging in our dining room.
The wood framed mirror isn’t a mirror any more.
It’s pretty seashell art.
You guys know the rain boots had me at hello. I couldn’t resist the pretty colors.
Not only do they make a pretty flower vase, they’re just my size. Win-Win
The rusty bucket got a coat of wax.
Then I hot glued sisal rope and a starfish to the bucket. It makes the perfect seashell container.
This really heavy office desk drawer makes a great serving tray.
I added a coat of paint and sisal rope handles. I have a sisal rope addiction.
The fabric calendar was in my junk stash forever. It was a find from my favorite junk shop.
I cut the calendar up (I know, bad) and framed part of it. The frame came from the junk shop too.
I love the colors of the infinity scarf. Blue and green are the perfect color combo….kind of like red and turquoise and pink and orange.
I cut the scarf and tied it around a grapevine wreath. Ta-dah, instant wreath.
The reclaimed door back was the perfect backdrop for an inexpensive thrift store wreath.
I displayed the wreath on the mantel for Fall.
The last project is all about special paint techniques.
The four trays got painted then had a super secret special technique applied to the paint. The belt handles dress up the trays.
Time to see what the rest of the Thrift Store Decor Team has for us. Just click the pink links below.