How do you make something that is already sustainable an even more sustainable practice?
My “pandemic project” is complete!
My antsy mind needed a colorful creative outlet over the summer after coming out of lockdown so I decided to fill this space in my kitchen with a rainbow!
The rules I set for myself : don’t spend more than $1 on each and I had to stop buying once this space was filled.
This month’s thrift theme is vases
We’ve been talking all about thrifting vases for this month’s 12 Months of Thrifting theme and this was a project that just kept evolving. It started when I was looking for a creative way to display succulents, then I spotted these tube things at an antique store (which came from a doctor’s office).
Turn broken crayons into adorable heart shapes.
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We’re kicking off the 12 Months of Thrifting challenge in January with what might seem like an obvious one for the beginning of the year: storage solutions.
2020 was a weird year but the thrift fairies did not disappoint. In case you missed my roundup on Instagram, you can browse the top 20 finds you all loved the most on the blog.
This report breaks down the trends in the secondhand industry.
This month’s thrift theme is sequins, beads, and secondhand glam
This month’s thrift theme is velvet