murphysmarket, member | August 14th, 20131 comment
I found this prize in a ditch close to our home. I no longer have it. It sold very quickly.
Of course the paint brush and decoupage, it turned out spectacular. I really liked it. But didn't have room...
The phone rang - "Hey gypsy lady! I got this ol' pile o'crap here that's gonna go off to the burn pile, figured you might wanna take a peek at it first!" YES PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is really taking ones mans junk is anothers treasure!
Jasmin Marisett, contributor | July 25th, 201311 comments
When you are a lover of wine and hosting little get togethers, it's always nice to have a conversation piece on display, especially revolving around why you have come together that night! That is the main purpose behind this re-purpose. Simple in theory, but there are many many different variations you can choose! Here are 2 to get you started!
This summer has been quite busy and needless to say I didn't get a very good start in getting my flower pots planted. So I thought maybe I'd go back into the archives of JMS and pull up a post from the summer of 2009! That way I can still enjoy my porch...at least what it looked like back in 2009! I hope you enjoy it, too!
Jasmin Marisett, contributor | June 19th, 201310 comments
I made a mantle before - somewhere to show off your funky decor and still be functional. But it sold. And we are in desperate need for hallway organization. So, when I found this door on the side of the road - I decided - THIS IS OURS!
Retrofit Culture, member | June 18th, 20135 comments
For this table, the "inside" of the table was hand sanded to bare wood and then coated with a semi-opaque grey stain. The "outside" parts of the table where also sanded, then painted with grey paint...
Jasmin Marisett, contributor | May 28th, 20137 comments
I had a fabulous customer come into the shop in need of something fabulous to serve her wine and cheese on to her fabulous dinner guests this summer! Did I mention faaaaaabulous? This turned out nicer than I had pictured in my head! A seemingly simple upcycle and repurpose project. 2 in 1 !