Sewing

Festival Totes

For this project I kinda veered away from my vow of not accumulating anything new until I used up some of the things I already had, but…I was gifted with a bag of fabric from a friend that I just couldn’t say no to. I mean, come on, it was free fabric! I made one […]

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Facebook

I Did It!

I finally did it! Restyled Junk now has a Facebook page. I still need to get an official Facebook button on my blog, but in the meantime here is the link if you would like to take a look…and maybe like it. 😉 https://www.facebook.com/RestyledJunk The process reminds me of a favorite quote from the movie […]

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Just Junking | Makeovers | Painting | Trash to Treasure

Upcycled Ladder

Upcycled Ladder This huge ladder almost didn’t make the move from the old house to this one. Finding a place to store it until I got around to restyling it was a big consideration. Ultimately I couldn’t stand leaving it behind and I am so glad I didn’t. These ladders were finished in an afternoon. […]

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Craft Shows | Sewing | Trash to Treasure

Chenille Scottie Dog Stuffies

More sewing with scraps. These cute little Scotties were made using my abundant stash of chenille bedspread scraps. They were the perfect project for those chenille scraps I just couldn’t throw away after finishing something else. Why Scotties? Well, I love anything vintage and I’ve been seeing a resurgence of them a lot lately. So […]

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Makeovers

The Itsy-Bitsy Bathroom

As I mentioned before, the home I am living in now is small. Figuring out how to organize and decorate is a challenge, but I am determined to make it work and give it my personality. First up…the bathroom. Yep, there is only one in this house. Making that work with four people isn’t the […]

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Just Saying...

Where Have I Been?

I moved!!! Those two words have a million more surrounding them, but I will try to summarize. We received an offer on our house the week before Christmas. Yes, apparently houses DO sell in the winter. The buyers were getting an FHA loan, which required a bunch of picky fixes to the property for the […]

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