Easy Tutorial for Farmhouse Kitchen Curtains Using Dropcloth

Today I want to show my new kitchen curtains. This easy tutorial for farmhouse curtains using painter’s dropcloth can be done with or without a sewing machine. So don’t panic if you are one of those out there that does not own a sewing machine. Previously I had honeycomb blinds and a curtain ruffle at the top Read More Here…


Quick-Over with Rustoleum Spray Paint

Today just a short post about the wonders of spray paint. I know that a lot of bloggers get uppity about only using chalk paint or other fancy paints. But there are times when spray paint is a good option. In this quick-over I will show you how Rustoleum spray paint Satin Heirloom White transformed Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #30 & A Folding Typewriter

I hope you will enjoy seeing what junk treasures we have recently found. I want to say thank you to all who commiserated with me when I got hurt. My arm is healing but it will be awhile before you don’t see the wound! Mr. Deanie is such a wonderful junk treasure hunter. He found most of Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #29 & $1.00 Finds Can Be Dangerous

Welcome back to another edition of vintage junk treasures. It has been an interesting week, but more about that later. Hopefully you can get comfortable and enjoy our recent vintage junk treasures. We went to a sale three times a week ago. They have had sales of their junk treasures in the past and I always Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #28 – Love @ First Sight

Sit back and relax in a comfy chair and read all about the latest vintage junk treasures we found. Mr. Deanie once again found most of them. He is my very own treasure! The thing he brought home on Friday made my heart beat faster. It was love at first sight.   One look at Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #27 – Hoarders Edition

  Welcome back to another edition of Vintage Junk Treasures – the Hoarders Edition. Probably many of you have seen shows about hoarders. Some of you have possibly went to a sale at a hoarder’s home. We have went to a few where the items are stacked up all over and there are just paths. Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #26

Welcome back to another edition of vintage junk treasures. Two weeks ago we spent the weekend on the Oregon coast and went to 2 estate sales. We found some good stuff which I want to share with you today. Mr. Deanie again gets a lot of credit as he went to one of them before Read More Here…


Easiest Method Ever to Speckle Faux Easter Eggs

Today I want to show you the easiest method ever to speckle faux Easter eggs. I have seen this on the internet for hard boiled eggs but I haven’t seen it used for fake eggs. So today we will show you what we found worked and didn’t work as well.    Step One: Find some Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #25

Today I want to show you some of the vintage junk treasures we have found lately at estate sales and one auction. I also want to show some photos of an antique shop I discovered on the Oregon Coast last weekend. It is the beginning of Spring Break for most schools in Oregon and this Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #24

Welcome back to another edition of vintage junk treasures. These items were found at an estate sale. One of my very favorite recent finds was this toaster. I had never found one with a toast rack on top. I have seen the toast racks separately but not manufactured as one piece with the toaster. I am sure Read More Here…