I know. You are probably tired of hearing me talk about Old Barn Milk Paint. But every time I try this milk paint, I absolutely love the end result. There are a lot of different ways you can use Old Barn Milk Paint, which you can see on their site. I like my projects to look old, vintage, and chippy. I use the “throw the paint on, scrape it and love it” approach. Today I am excited to share my DIY milk paint project.
Fourth of July is next week and I wanted to share the hand sewn patriotic flags I made last year for my table! These are a great DIY for the 4th of July and I saw these flags on a great blog called The Cutting Table.
Hanging flower baskets look wonderful in a yard. My hanging flower baskets have been looking awful all winter long. So today I am going to share with you five easy steps to either add or redo hanging flower baskets in your yard.
Last year I discovered milk paint. I loved everything I saw online and knew I wanted to give it a try. So I reached out to a few milk paint companies and ended up fortunate enough to be able to partner with Old Barn Milk Paint.
I spend a lot of time shopping at vintage flea markets. And sometimes I buy things that I know I can repurpose.
A few months ago I bought these three vintage lampshades from my friend Judy @vintagejunktionla. I knew immediately I wanted to make them in to a chandelier.
I just wasn’t exactly sure how to do it.Read More
I have a new love. And it’s called Old Barn Milk Paint. I know, it seems silly to love a paint. But I just love what this paint can do! Old Barn Milk Pain helps you achieve a perfect chippy paint look.
I am really happy to share with you my latest DIY project. I am so happy with how it turned out.Read More