Monthly archives: October, 2016

Vintage Junk Treasures #17

Welcome to another edition of vintage junk treasures where I show what I or Mr. Deanie have recently rescued found.  Today’s edition is totally brought to you by Mr. Deanie. He is the one who went to recent estate sales and garage sales. So sit back and enjoy the vintage junk treasures that he found. Read More Here…


One Drawer Project Equals Three Storage Box Drawers

Today I want to show you my newest drawer project. Whenever I see single drawers for a reasonable price, I buy them. If you search Pinterest or surf the web you will see there are many ways you can repurpose a drawer. I have made shelves out of them and they sold well. I said to Mr. Read More Here…


Vintage Typewriters – Love Them Or Hate Them

To my surprise on Saturday morning I woke up to learn that I am the owner of five more vintage typewriters. No, the typewriter fairy did not leave them under my pillow, but they were delivered to the house. Mr. Deanie got up early to go to an estate sale while I slept in, not being a morning person Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #16

Welcome to another edition of Vintage Junk Treasures. I just realized that I have reached my third blog anniversary. The time has went fast and I have learned a lot. I started my blog using free blogspot and now have transitioned to a self-hosting website. I am still learning and having fun!  My first post was called Read More Here…


Rustoleum Chalked Spray Paint Quick-Overs & An Update

Welcome back to my blog. Today I am showing you some more quick-overs using the Rustoleum Chalked Spray Paint. You read here that I made over a few items after discovering this wonderful spray paint.  Today I am here to tell you an update on that post. Previously I had tried wax and some topcoats Read More Here…


Junk Makeovers with Rustoleum Chalked Spray Paint

Rustoleum Chalked paint is a wonderful matte finish paint that I have been using for quite awhile.  Many makeovers have been shared here using the Rustoleum Chalked paint. Recently more stores in our area have started carrying it for $14 to $19 a can. I have found it at Wilco, BiMart, Fred Meyer and Home Depot, just to Read More Here…