Who doesn’t love mason jars? These glass canning jars seem to be all over the place these days, and for good reason! There is so much you can do with these inexpensive glasses! Today, I will show you how I painted and distressed these mason jars for a shabby chic yet seasonal look! 1. Start with CLEAN and DRY mason jars I used two of
One of the good things about moving in with a significant other is – all of the doubles in furniture, especially if you are a DIYer and furniture hoader like myself 😉 Instead of giving away, throwing out or selling this old, plain black coffee table as it was, I decided to refurbish it, and make more money on it than we would have initially.
Today’s featured finds include an end table and a 1960’s bench that were sent in by Lauren DiFazio in Glastonbury, Connecticut. Before I show you these adorable items, let me just tell you how excited I am to be seeing the great refurbished pieces that people are sending me (or that I am forcing them to send me)! I know many Twine and Vines followers
When shopping at flea markets there are so many fabulous pieces that one can find! Therefore I would like to incorporate a new blog category called Favorite Finds! Above you will see one of my own favorite flea market finds, a Swedish Mora Floor Clock replica. When I saw this clock, I knew I had to have it, and for $30 why not? I knew