# Primitive decor
How To Make A Chicken Sign Look Country/Primitive | One Of A Kind Sign Makover
I love using the crackle paint technique. It brings something new to a project. The color combinations are endless and are in any style. I took two signs and clued them together to make one big sign, which worked out fabulous. Leaving the tin edges adds more texture and marries the chicken with the sign. I use moss in a lot of my pieces. It helps fill in spots that need a little something. Finishing touches like the pip berries and rusty star make a statement.
Goodwill Thrift Flip From An Old Box And Spindle | Primitive Home Decor
I always keep my spindles anytime I find them for projects just like this one. I found this box at Goodwill and I thought adding a spindle to it for a handle would be perfect.
Primitive Wall Scoop Candle Holder | Home Decor Makeover
I love how this wall scoop came out. The rub on letters are a game changer and I love doing the crackle paint effect.
Home Decor For A Primitive Home | Upcycled Prim House
This lighted primitive house was an excellent find, and I knew it would be a great upcycle with a different paint color. Just freshening up the colors and putting the light back in made this a must-have for any primitive home.
Primitive Crow Washboard Decor | Repurposed Home Decor
I couldn't pass up this cute washboard decor when I saw it at Goodwill. I thought I would use the bright copper on the front, but when I flipped it over, I saw the beautiful patina, and I knew I needed that on the front instead. So I added a crow to this one and a cool stencil I had someone make for me. This one came out pretty cool, I think.
Upcycled Dollar Tree Sign | Super Cute Family Sweet Family Sign | Primitive Home Decor
I was gifted a dollar tree sign and decided to upcycle it into a primitive home decor piece. I created a one-of-a-kind project using burgundy paint, black spray paint, and a cute stencil. Don't pass over the small items that can be used in a larger project. I love that birdhouse and knew I had to have it for another project. I love how this came out.
Primitive Wall Decor | Cutting Board Makeover | Upcycle Home Decor
These wall boards are great for a small space on the wall to update an area. I find them every so often at the thrift store, and I love to come up with new ideas to give them a makeover. They don't have to hang, though; even a shelf sitter surrounded by a few of your favorite things would be lovely also. I love this mushroom Folk Art paint, and it goes well with the warm primitive colors I love. Enjoy!
Simple DIY Salt Shaker and Pepper Grinder Thrift Flip | Primitive Decor
I purchased these wooden salt and pepper containers a few years ago at a thrift store. They have been sitting around in my stash of goodies for a while. It's time to get them fixed up and pass them on to someone who will enjoy them. I am using primitive colors for this upcycle, but I did want to stain them at first, and they didn't come out the way I had planned. However, after I used black, burgundy, and a little distressing, I think it came out just right.
DIY Home Sign | Primitive Decor | Budget Friendly
I am taking a home sign from Micheal's and a wooden frame and marring the two together. I'm adding an aluminum backing from Dollar Tree and some pip berries to make some wall decor for any home. Marring items are taking two or more pieces that didn't initially go together and putting them together in some way, adding paint, and making them look like they were always together. I do this with furniture also. The creations can be so fantastic. I hope you enjoy it!
Primitive Decor Recipe Box | Home Decor DIY
I love picking up small wood items at thrift stores and yard sales. This unfinished recipe box had no knob or feet, and just adding both, and some mixed paint brought it to life and created a super cute kitchen recipe box. The chicken knob was bought at a tractor supply kids toy and painted to create the distressed rustic look. The little clip chalkboard is from Dollar Tree and is an excellent use for a paper recipe clipped to the front while you are baking.
Old Mirror & Frame Upcycled To Amazing Primitive Home Decor
At my first-yard sale this year, I found this old mirror (2022). So exciting! It was filthy and had lots of water stains, but I knew it could be more. Taking it apart and replacing the yucky parts with some paint and a decoupage ad in the middle fixed it up. I am hoping this will inspire you to look at your throw-away decor and reimagine it into something more. I hope you enjoy my upcycled home decor.