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Life Long Project Undertaking

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A never ending project. As time allows, I will be adding the entire story.

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SAVE OF THE DAY...TRAY!

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While shopping in a neighbor's roadside treasures I found this tray. It was red and contained a very ugly attempt at decoupodge in the center. This neighbor always puts the best cast offs on the...

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Life Collection

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These mixed media mosaics are handcrafted and a one-of-a-kind!  Each hand crafted clay piece are hand painted and embellished with beautiful charms, beads, stamping and decorative papers; sealed...

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Coasters made from ceramic tiles

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I saw an earlier post of magnets made from ceramic tiles and Sue suggested that coasters could also be made from tiles.  Here are some I've made from stamps and vintage papers.  The...

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The joy of JUNKING!

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AWESOME TREASURES I have found on the outside and inside of an 1892 home. I'm still picking through LOTS more. Check out the old moldings.  The details and colors are so beautiful! I should of...

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Funky Matchbook Sandwich

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This idea came from a book in Urban Outfitters...I perused the store's book table while waiting for my daughter to try on clothes...don't remember the title but it was filled with recyling and...

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Tumbled tile coaster

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black tumbled tile ..black and white picture. 

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More projects

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more of our fun salvaged projects.

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Barn siding and projects

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This is a few of our reclaimed remade projects. We love low or no cost materials and these are example of what we do with them.

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The Kitchen floor

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This is the third part of our work on our custom floors in our home. My husband loves to make a floor come to life. Each room is it's own design and all the wood is scrap that would have been thrown...

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MORE COLORFUL, JUNKY, KITCHEN

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Okey dokey Artichokes here are more photos of the mosaic backsplash in my lime green kitchen. You can also see the newly painted countertops that I am really proud of. I have wanted new countertops...

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Colorful, Junky Backsplash

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I painted my kitchen walls lime green and wanted something behind my stove to draw the color back to that area. My solution was to create a mosaic backsplash. The actual placing of the pieces did not...

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Birthday Bird Bath for my Mom

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I started out wanting to make a ceramic birdbath then ran across some metal bowls in a thrift store for about $4.00 each then decided to try mosaics and ended up making four couldn't choose so I gave...

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Table with burned top

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I found an old table at a Thrift store that had a burned top, then decided to tile the top and now it has a place in my home.

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Sanctuary ~ Doors to Headboard

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Over the last 2 years, I have slowly been creating an oasis out of my bedroom.  It started with Ballerina pink walls and Chocolate trim.  Then came various pieces of antique furniture Ive...

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Mosaic Tea Cart

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I don't have any "before" pictures of this tea cart, but it was that 70s bronze color and the trays had a fake wood finish. It was perfect for a mosaic project because the trays already had a lip...

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Garden Globe

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I made this piece with found objects, cement, garage sale tiles, and a blue wine bottle that I broke into pieces. Before starting the mosaic, I put the glass pieces in my rock tumbler for a couple...

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Floating Vintage Ceiling Tin

I am all about simple projects and feel this one epitomizes my junk decor viewpoint. Easy. Inexpensive. And no tools.

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Pumpkin Carving Stencil Uses

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Halloween Stencils Slate: I have these fabulous slate signage squares (I removed the wood trim), and have been enjoying finding fun and new ways to use them! I've always liked the inexpensive...

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Backdoor Cross

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This is our plain concrete pad that my DH poured. I wanted something nice to put on it. We purchased broken tile from our local hardware for really cheap. Not too bad for my first mosaic attempt!

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