Nifty I Made it Monday

I know that you all have seen me use a lot of this fabric collection lately
It is for my craft room that someday you all will get to see instead of
the bits and pieces as I make them I hope you all enjoy.

the bottom of the curtain is red to match the red strip but the camera didn't like it red I guess
Ignore the yarn holding up the shear I broke the curtain rod and haven't replaced it yet

Thrifty Nifty Thursdays

I found this at the goodwill I got 2 of them for less then a dollar a little work and they will be just like new
this is one of them halfway through the transformation sorry I forgot to take before photos but be on the
look out for a tutorial using these chairs.

Thrifty Nifty Tutorial Tuesday Recipe Holder

Thrifty Nifty Tutorial Tuesday
Recipe Holder

I have been promising a craft with the lid to the popcorn bucket that was made into the trash can and here is it.

I have been seeing
these recipe card
holders every were
and that sparked
this idea.

Material Needed

One popcorn tin lid
Spray Paint
Easel (I got mine at the Dollar Store)
Decorative items for Magnets

Start with you lid and spray paint it to the
desired colored

When dry set lid on easel and add your decorative

Below are some ideas for magnets and uses other
then recipes.

Recipes with yoyo Magnets

Use to hold important Business cards and notes.

Use it for Photos

Use it for project ideas and patterns

Button Magnets

There are many ideas and uses Please feel free to share yours we would love to here them these are just a few of mine.

Nifty I Made it Monday

Sorry I haven't posted in a while Life just got in the way but we are back on track now.

This weeks Nifty I made it Monday is our front door transformation. This is our temporary door till I find the perfect antique door so
ignore all of the door knobs it came with the house that way.



Thrifty Nifty Thursday

Todays find comes from Hobby Lobby again
I love that store!
$.80 is all this little jewel cost me.
Then I took Scrap scrap fabric
and made the apron.

Nifty I Made it Monday

Last week you all got to see the dinning room table that I refinished and saved from the trash so today I decided to show you the rest of the room

Thrifty Nifty Tutorial Tuesday Pin Cushion

Thrifty Nifty Tutorial Tuesday Pin Cushion

Materials Needed

Poly fill
Cap (I used the lid to bathroom cleaner but a hairspray cap or spray paint cap would work also)
Scrap Fabric
Glue Gun


Step One
Cut a circle slightly bigger then the bottom of your cap.

Step Two
Glue Circle to the bottom of cap and up the sides

Step Four
Measure a piece of fabric for the side making it slightly longer and about 1.5 inches taller. Hem the bottom edge of the fabric.

Step Five
Glue the hemed piece of fabric around the sides with the hem towards the bottom.

Step Six
Tuck the excess fabric inside and glue down.

Step Severn
Fill cap with poly fill.

Step Eight
Cut a piece of fabric about twice the size of the bottom piece you cut. Sew a loose running stitch around this piece.

Step Nine
Put a ball of poly fill in the middle of the fabric you just sewed.

Step Ten
Gather the fabric around the poly fill And tie off.

Step Eleven
Glue the piece you just made into the cap

Step Twelve
Add your Embelishments and pins and you are good to go