Wax Pantry Cake:

Crafting A Wax Pantry Cake

I know many of you see these wax pantry cakes and they can be pricey if you are buying them from someone. So I decided to try my hand at it.  I didn’t want to try anything bundt size, so I kept my eye out for a small mold at Goodwill and yesterday I found…

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Prim Candle Holder

The other day, I was at Home Depot to pick up my 5 gallon jug of water and of course I had to take a browse around the store.  I’m sure I am not the only woman who likes Home Depot!  I was looking for some lathe wood and that’s when I saw the garbage…

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tall shelf cupboad: Timeless Treasure Trove

Chalk Painting and Waxing Equals Transformation!

After days and days of pouring rain, it finally cleared up enough for me to get outside and do some painting!  I was beginning to feel like Mrs. Noah and wondering if I needed to build and ark!! The other day, I bought this tall, shelf/cupboard at Goodwill. I liked how it was narrow and…

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colander light

It’s So Simple: A light makeover!

It’s been raining almost every day and when I’m stuck inside, I want to change things around.  I had to make a trip to Lowe’s today and when I was there, I found a kit to transform a recessed light into a pendant light.  Have I been living under a rock or what?  I mean,…

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Priming Up the Deck: Timeless Treasure Trove

Priming Up the Deck

Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve written a post.  Today the hubby is off at a conference, so it’s one of those days where I don’t have to cook and I get to play! I’m just now getting to work on the putting some flowers on the back deck. The temperature today is going…

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Mason Jar Holder: Timeless Treasure Trove

Mason Jar Holder

I have joined several new groups on Facebook, one does nothing but use chalk paint on everything from furniture to mason jars. It really has me inspired to start doing some painting.  Every time I go to Goodwill,  I see things I could buy and repaint.  I have to talk myself out of it because…

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Primitive Soap Dish: Timeless Treasure Trove

Primitive Soap Dish

I am so glad the weather is getting warmer, it gave me an opportunity to go outside and cut out this project. I bought this at Goodwill for 99 cents, whoever made it didn’t do a very good job of cutting it out, but I liked the rough texture of the wood and had the…

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coconut cream pie: Timeless Treasure Trove

Coconut Cream Pie and Easter Tradition

Easter is tomorrow and traditional in my home I make Easter bread.  It takes a lot of time because it makes 5 loaves and quite frankly,  I just didn’t have the time or maybe the energy to make it this year.  I did, however, decide to make a lemon meringue pie for my youngest son…

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Plantation Sugar Bucket: Timeless Treasure Trove

Plantation Syrup Bucket

Today is March, 10 so that means Spring is only 10 days away! It also is my only grand-daughter’s 8th birthday!  Did you know on the first day of Spring you can stand eggs up on their end?  Every year my son does this for her, hoping he can do all 8 this year! Baleigh’s…

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Primitive Carrots for Easter: Timeless Treasure Trove

Primitive Carrots for Easter

As I was looking at the Easter decorations at the Dollar store, I came across this kids jump rope with orange, carrot handles. I’ve been on several group pages lately where people are making carrots out of salt dough for their primitive decor.  I needed some carrots to go with my “gathering” I was putting…

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