DIY Chicken & Home Sweet Home Sign | Repurposed Home Decor | Dollar Tree Sign Makeover
I found this wedding sign at a yard sale and wanted to make it for everyday home decor. So I scraped the letters off and gave it a few coats of black paint to keep the chalkboard look. I used clay and molds to make a chicken, some flowers, and pearl-like trim around the sign. The home sweet home is a stencil from Dollar Tree and painted in Folk Art Sunflower yellow. I distressed it all, and now it's a unique sign to add to your home.
Primitive Shelf Sitter | Country Home Decor For Your Home
This wooden shelf is a solid primitive or country decor piece. I have made these shelves with scrap wood before, but this one I found at Goodwill. I like the mustard color it was, but it just wasn't a very good paint job. I painted it burgundy and gave it a bit of distressing. I added some dark wax to seal and make it easy to clean. A rusty star and homespun tie were needed, along with a timer candle and some pip berries. This is the cutest home decor.
Upcycled Table With Decoupage Paper | Farmhouse Sheep Design Home Decor
I ordered this decoupage paper from Zazzle online. It is so cute and I couldn't wait to use it on this table I got from the dump. I sanded it down because it was a little shiny for the paint to adhere. I sprayed it with flat black spray paint and distressed it with sandpaper. The top spun off, so I brought that in and painted it with a light off-white color. I applied mod podge for the decoupage paper to stick and put the paper on. There are wrinkles in the paper, but I think it adds to the distressed old look.
DIY Stenciled Wooden Box For Upcycled Home Decor
I had a few cool stencils made for me, and I couldn't wait to try them. I had this wooden box given to me and thought I would use the stencil on it. I first painted it with Folk Art paint in a gray color and distressed it a little around the edges. I added a bit of chicken wire I bought in a roll at Hobby Lobby and attached it to the shelf. The stencil fit perfectly on the bottom of the shelf and now is a nice piece for someone's 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.
Farmhouse Wall Decor | Upcycled and Repurposed Home Decor
This wall pocket was so pretty before, but I feel the new black dry brush over the top made the decor pop—very cute and charming wall decor for any home.
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.
Repurposed Old Bike | Trash To Treasure Yard Decor | Garden Planter Out Of Scrap Wood
On Mother's day, I took my mom to the greenhouse. We saw a manufactured bike with built-in buckets to plant flowers. My mother loved it, but it was well over $130. So I decided I would try to make something with a real bike from a yard sale or the metal pile at the dump. It was the later selection and very nice without the seat so that the wood box could sit right over it. It worked out great, and once the bike planter was done, I took it to my mom's house, and she loved it.
Repurposed Wooden Decor | Thrift To Treasure | Upcycled Home Decor
I'm not sure if this is a magazine rack or a toilet paper holder, but I really love the bones of it and I know that it can be made up to look nice in any home. I used cream paint on the original piece and a gray grain sack stencil on all four sides to add a pop of color. I have two sets of bird stamps, one from Amazon and one from Dollar Tree that I used on top of the stencil. I distressed the edges and used antique wax to seal and make look old.
Decoupage Chicken Chalkboard | Thrift Flip | Thrift To Treasure | Upcycled Home Decor
The chalkboard I found at Goodwill was nothing to write home about. I'm sure it was great in its time, but not anymore. So I decided to try my Zazzle decoupage paper again and see if I could bring this back to something someone would love in their home. After a small amount of black paint around the frame and some cream paint under where the paper would go. I think it's so cute for any home.
Super Easy & Quick Crock Makeover | Upcycled Home Decor | Repurposed Thrift Flip
This crock was such a quick and easy makeover. It was another piece of the ad paper I got from Zazzle. I took a simple container from Goodwill and just added that small piece of decoupage paper to make this something you want to keep in your home. The wood top was such a nice find, and it fits perfectly on the top. I love the dark stain against the white of the crock. It gives it such a rustic, farmhouse feel. Enjoy!
Rustic DIY Wooden Box Makeover | Upcycled Home Decor | Repurposed Box
I am giving this plain wooden box holder a rustic makeover. I used the stain I made with Waverly antique wax watered down and a little black paint to darken it. This stain works great for the rustic look I like. A bit of white paint on the front of the box and distressed will make the decoupage paper pop. The decoupage paper is from a website name Zazzle. They have some beautiful pieces to choose. The ribbon is from Dollar Tree, and the greenery is some small pots from Amazon. Enjoy!
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.
Repurposed Goodwill Frame To Beautiful Home Decor
I found this wood and metal frame at the Goodwill for $3 and thought it would be good to repurpose into a more primitive look. So I used spray paint, wallpaper border, some homespun material, and a splash of mod podge to transform this into a beautiful wall hanging for home decor. I shop thrift stores and pick up lots of different items to renew often. Enjoy!
Goodwill hunting: Unique thrift stores in Pinal County
Pinal County can be a bargain hunter’s paradise, you just have to know where to look. Big box thrift and consignment shops are dappled around the region, but some small mom and pop shops funnel their money into local causes.