In the spirit of Throwback Thursday, I wanted to finally share this DIY project I created for Home Depot & Crafty Allie over the winter. It’s been so hard keeping this one under my hat, especially since you know about my long history and love affair with all things Pendleton. Enter: my Yakima Camp Blanket striped mail sorter made from an old shutter from Habitat ReStore and a slew of Home Depot paint samples.
One of my favorite 2015 summer trends is layering a breezy vintage kimono over a great pair of shredded cutoffs and a slouchy cotton tank, and thankfully my (dear friend and) fearless beach babe of a model, Catelyn, also happens to be the owner of a drool-worthy vintage shop that currently has a duo of vintage Japanese kimonos in stock. Plus all the best tips for making DIY denim cutoffs, all in one place.
Sometimes, a trip to the garden center and digging your hands in the dirt is just what the doctor ordered. Last week, I did just that, in the name of journalism and this week’s post for Austin Goodwill, and bought up dozens upon dozens of delightful little succulents, potted them in upcycled thrift store vessels in the name of Earth Day (hello, pineapple colander!) and had the funnest photo shoot with the lovely Chelsea Laine Francis.
When I spotted this amazing vintage caftan in the Goodwill Boston Outlet, I immediately thought of two things: Chevy Chase as Fletch (just add rollerskates), my favorite…
Today’s post is a quick DIY idea perfect for holiday procrastinators and green givers alike: gift wrapping you can make in 10 minutes reusing items you already have lying around the house!
Here’s all you need:
This week, my dear friend KT Boyle (who many of you may remember as our former Goodwill Hunting columnist here at Shoestring) tapped me to talk about the upcycling trend in museum exhibitions for a piece she was writing for the April 13, 2011 0 Comments Read article
Ever since Julie and Julia charmed our aprons off, it seems like just about everyone and their mother has pledged to do something every day for a year and blog about it daily. For the most part, our reaction is…yawn.