A few weeks ago I posted a do-it-yourself post,outlining how to make a fabric covered magnet board. In this post, I have gathered ideas that you can use to make your own D-I-Y magnet board. I’ve al;so included the link to the various websites. Hope you get some great ideas. Enjoy!
I adore a shabby chic cottage garden! I love to turn flea market finds and old antiques into unique garden decor. What better way to showcase your one of a kind finds than to use them to decorate your spring garden? You can personalize your outdoor haven while adding Shabby Chic character to your garden! Please enjoy looking at these timeless and charming examples of how you can add antique and vintage finds – repurposed and recycled – to your garden! Enjoy!
As Christmas draws nearer and nearer, I thought I would share my 75 favorite holiday decor ideas. This post hi-lights a variety of ways for you to add a little “scabby chic” to your Christmas. Enjoy.
I have taken the following pictures both from the web and Pinterest. I claim no rights to them and have included as may links as I was able to find under each photo.
Valentine’s Day Gifts……….see some great ideas for Valentine’s Day gifts, home decor, jewelry and projects. Where possible I have included the URL for you to find information to the items shown below. I make no claim to any of the photos below. Enjoy!
Shabby chic floral arrangements. Enjoy these great ideas for creating shabby chic floral arrangements in your home. Flowers in hues of pink, orange, purple, blue and white fill containers such as urns, metal buckets, clay pots, glass vases, bird cages, water pitchers,metal milk carries.and tea cups. All photos were taken from Pinterest or directly from the web. I make no claim to these photos. Enjoy
Using a decorative frame from a craft store to make these cute DIY pin cushions! Pair the frames with colorful and fun fabric scraps.
supplies: tiny wood frame with chipboard backing, paint, batting, fabric
Dress up your outdoor space with a beautiful Shabby Chic garden bench. Choose a bench made from wrought iron, wool, an pair of discarded chairs, an antique door…the possibilities are endless. Brighten that out door space with vintage floral pillows, a soft blanket to curl up in, or a few plants. Enjoy.
Shabby Chic, Antique, and Vintage all have a little different meaning. Antiques are over 100 years old. Shabby Chic is a style that uses eccentric and unique items to decorate. Vintage refers to older home decor.Below I’ve compiled items that fall into all of these categories. Enjoy.