Tag Archives: diy

Kitchen Remodel Details

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  Hey my friends!  Thanks to all of you for joining in the Burlap Fabric Giveaway! Before sharing the details of our kitchen remodel, I’d like to announce the winner of $20 credit to Burlap Fabric.com….. Congratulations to comment #44-Mel at There’s No Place Like Home! And there’s still a chance to enter another giveaway… […]

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Farmhouse Kitchen Reveal

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Hey my sweet friends! Finally, after several weeks of tearing-out, building, painting and more painting…. our kitchen is ready for viewing 🙂 Today, I’m just going to show you photos, with no explanation… and over the next week, I’ll come back with before/after photos. At that time I will also give details to our paint […]

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Kitchen Update

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  Hey my friends!  Happy Monday morning! How was your Mother’s Day? I hope you made wonderful memories with your family… I just wanted to show you a couple of photos of our open hutch. Remember, Mr. Buckets surprised me with a kitchen re-do for my birthday?  Well…it’s coming together, finally.  This weekend we were […]

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Antique Wooden Crate

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Well Hello my friends! I hope you are having a fabulous week! Spring is definitely here…warm temps and weekly storms are a making the gardens come alive 🙂  I’ll show you my herb gardens one day soon.  But today I want to share photos of how I’ve used this old wooden crate in my kitchen. […]

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Where This Blogger Creates

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Hey my friends!  Happy Friday 🙂 Today I’m joining WHERE BLOGGERS CREATE 2011, with Karen. Mr. Buckets of Burlap just finished building this farm table just for this space. What a carpenter he is! Once again, he used old reclaimed barn wood for this table, to keep with the vintage style. Our little home office […]

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Bedroom Reveal

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Hey my friends! We finally finished the master bedroom! Mr. Buckets of Burlap made this headboard. Oh yes he did 🙂 We had some old tongue-n-groove barn wood, taken from an old shack on my husband’s Aunt’s farm. So, he cut the boards to random heights and screwed them to 2 long 1x6s. I’ve got […]

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Fence Board Table

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A short while back, I told you about my huge chalkboard. It was made from a tabletop. I wanted to show you what we did with the rest of the table. It now looks like this: It used to look like this: My sweet hubby took off the tabletop, and framed the remainder with old […]

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