Sue Whitney, editor | September 21st, 20155 comments
You may remember seeing pictures of these in the raw earlier this spring. My good friends the Pfarkel Sisters rescued these from a farm in Southeastern Minnesota. Nice! Through our combined efforts this is the first completed project. Diane did the building...You go girl!!!
Andrea Miller, contributor | March 9th, 201515 comments
As some of you junkers know, I work for an agricultural lender. Great for me, as farmers have the best junk! Here's my repurpose of a couple of farm implements from a recent farm visit. One part from a feed grinder, and a clip found in the barn yard...! Come junkin' with me!
Jasmin Marisett, contributor | January 27th, 20156 comments
The winter of getting things finished. Yet another project that has been sitting in my basement "crafting" area for a year!
I had an idea that I wanted to play with using doorknobs for feet. I just never knew what they would go onto. Then this little beauty walked into my life.
Jasmin Marisett, contributor | January 22nd, 20155 comments
We had a summer of hosting and boy did this table come in handy! I knew we had a few major birthdays and pool parties to host, and what we did not have was a pool side pub table. Because you know - everyone needs one! Here is what I came up with!
Jasmin Marisett, contributor | January 14th, 20154 comments
A lot of people seem to request interesting toilet paper holders. Odd - I know! But yet - a challenge! How do you make something fun for toilet paper? Well, Here's one idea. If it were just a smidge...
I love using vintage and non-traditional items for the holidays. My go-to item? Vintage clip-on earrings...not only do they make lovely ornaments- just clip them right on to the tree, they also adorn...
Jasmin Marisett, contributor | September 22nd, 20147 comments
My old landlord called me up to let me know she had something she thought I would love to play with that was left behind from an old tenant. Well, she was right! of course, I saw it completely different than she did and that vision took on a shape of it's own!