# Trash to treasure
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.
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.
Candy Tin Makeover To Primitive Decor | Upcycled Tin | Transformed Home Decor
I am upcycling this candy tin from Christmas decor to primitive decor. I had some extra decoupage paper I wanted to use and thought I would put it on the container for some kitchen decor. I find these tins at the thrift store often and sometimes have bags of them given to me. I'm finding different ways to transform them and make them look like something you want to keep instead of throwing them in the trash or the thrift store. Enjoy!
Upcycled Popcorn Tin | Trash To Treasure with Decoupage Paper
I have an overabundance of these tins and decided to make something with them instead of throwing them away. They make great storage, and why not make them look nice for your home. I have some decoupage paper pieces and thought I would use them on a few tins. The label on this one has a tea ad, so I thought it would be appropriate for this tin. The aging with antique wax makes this look old and used for many years. Enjoy!
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!