The first thing I thought of when I was brainstorming decor ideas for my Spice pop-up collection at the new Goodwill boutique was a marquee inspired sign. I’ve found there are three ways to do this: the super cool semi-hard way with real lights, the easy way with ornaments glued inside the letters, and the super easy way with ornaments on the outside of the letters.
So here’s the deal: I love having fresh flowers around the house but am usually too cheap to buy them because you know, they add up in cost and die in a week.
October’s thrift challenge was not only a Halloween theme but it was a special reader’s challenge! We asked you to submit your adult thrifted costumes to Dina’s Days and kids costumes to Something to b
Whether you’re looking for a pre-made costume or hoping to piece one together using second-hand clothes, Goodwill is the place for all of your Halloween needs.
a ‘before’ picture of my patio
I’m not kidding when I say that for a year, my deck made my house look like a vacant home. I’m embarrassed to have let it go for so long.
I found this mirror at one of my favorite Goodwill locations in Middleburg Heights for $6 while shopping for items for the fashion show.
I’m ashamed to admit that I’ve spent hours on Pinterest looking up different ways to display succulents. Why are they so pretty?! I can’t handle how cute they are.
If you can’t tell from my Goodwill fashion show collection, I’ve been really into everything floral lately.
Oh look, more sheet music on Dina’s Days.
When I decorated my dressing room I decided to go for a something really girly by framing sheet music covers of beautifully illustrated women from the 1920s.
If you’ve followed this blog over the last year or so, you will know I have a thing for collecting old sheet music from antique and thrift stores.