16 Fun And Decorative Repurposing Ideas For Old Rolling Pins

34 Farmhouse Style Kitchens – Rustic Decor Ideas for Kitchens

16 Fun And Decorative Repurposing Ideas For Old Rolling Pins

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Library Ladder

The owners of this farmhouse kitchen added a library ladder, which makes the upper cabinets much more useful.

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Matte Black

Who says matte black is only for modern kitchens? This kitchen proves otherwise.

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Blue Range

Homeowner Kerri Hoyt-Pack combined industrial carts with sweet floral wallpaper. The result is so charming.

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Second Life

This Indiana kitchen is filled with repurposing ideas. They found the sign in the back of their 1900's barn and built an island around it. The light fixtures are made farming funnels.

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Pottery and Crocks

No farmhouse kitchen is complete without a crock collection on display. This homeowner had her open shelving custom made to accommodate the size of the pottery.

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Woven Baskets

Something woven, something blue, something old…or however the saying goes! This kitchen has it all.

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Cabin Meets Farm

The shiplap walls and open shelving make this a wonderful example of a farmhouse kitchen.

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Bright and White

This white kitchen proves that color is overrated.

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Rescued

This kitchen is filled with rescued elements. The old metal awning is the perfect alternative to a stove hood.

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Blue and White

The only thing we love more than a collection of blue and white pottery is a freshly baked pie!

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Farmhouse Kitchen Stove in a Bold Color

The beautiful Aga stove in British Racing Green is the star of Jeannette Fristoe's charming kitchen. But her antique stoneware crocks, wooden rolling pins, and silverware drawer certainly give it a run for its money.

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Black and White Farmhouse Kitchen

There's not a more classic color combo than black and white, and it works especially well for a farmhouse kitchen when you add tecture through woven baskets and greenery as well as patina via a silver collection.

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Farmhouse Kitchen Repurposed Island

An antique apothecary cabinet gets a new life as a huge island that offers plenty of seating, workspace, and storage in this kitchen designed by designer Joris Van Apers.

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Farmhouse Kitchen Marbled Island

Margaret Shutze's impressive 10-foot island is the heart of her kitchen. The marble countertops, white subway tiles, and cast-brass bin pulls all contribute to her “farm-chic” aesthetic.

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Make Old New Again

Tennessee natives Seth and Chad Gilbert definitely know how to decorate without spending a fortune. They used reclaimed wood from their front porch to make the island, found the cabinets from a discarded display kitchen at a local shop, and bought the fridge for just $200 on eBay!

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Fabulous Fixtures

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Farmhouse Kitchen Barn Wood-Covered Hood

Nothing says “farmhouse” reclaimed barnwood, and what better way to use it than for a fancy range hood?

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Country Details

From the oversized farmhouse sink and dusty blue cabinets to the exposed ceiling beams and animal wall art, this kitchen's rustic vibe is complemented by an earthy palette of reds and browns.

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Salvaged Materials

This Georgia cabin makes wide use of salvaged materials, and it brings an acquired-over-time feel to this kitchen's features. With a black soapstone apron-front sink, teak countertops, and heart pine floors salvaged from 300-year-old beams in a South Carolina mill, this charming farmhouse kitchen has age and character.

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Antique Signs

One of the easiest ways to incorporate farmhouse style into your kitchen and throughout your home is to hang vintage signs that say things “Grocery” or “Meat Market.” You can find them on Etsy or at your local antique store.

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Reclaimed Wood

The wood column and range hood made from salvaged pine balance out the exquisite white features of this Georgia kitchen, which adds extra country charm with antique porch posts supporting the island, a chalkboard, and farm-fresh flowers in a pitcher.

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Repurposed Items

The owners of this Tennessee cabin used reclaimed materials for their kitchen's eclectic but cozy feel. Their stools are covered with repurposed old shirts from Goodwill, while their salvaged sink is revamped with a pleated skirt and decorative legs made from old balusters. The sconces come from Habitat for Humanity ReStore, with piping added to mimic the shelving below.

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White Shiplap

The all-white kitchen in this rustic Tennessee home stays cozy with shiplap paneling that “keeps things from feeling sterile,” the owner says. Honey-hued wooden accents the barstools and cutting boards add some warmth to the space.

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Decorative Rug

A gorgeous 19th-century Turkish runner adds a burst of color to this white galley kitchen inside a rustic Connecticut cottage. Exposed shelving adds to the kitchen's country style, and the owner painted the cabinetry slightly darker than the walls for extra dimension.

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Pecky Cypress

Fans of reclaimed wood, here's a new kitchen trend you'll want to keep your eyes on: pecky cypress, seen here on the island and hood. This grainy type of wood is known for its long pocketing and striations. Orb lights also help soften a kitchen with lots of straight lines and sharp edges.

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Exposed Shelving

Rustic wood looks even more lovely against crisp white walls and dishes. The owner of this northern California home used Douglas fir for the shelving and redwood for the farm table. Exposed shelving and hanging pots are classic features of a country kitchen.

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Vintage Sink

This couple embraced the history of their 18th-century farmhouse by filling it with antiques, and in the kitchen, that translates to a vintage porcelain double farm sink and a display of gorgeous antique dishes. Other small touches, the faded checkered rug and storage baskets under the sink, add to the rustic style.

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Old Country Charm

A much-needed renovation replaced wallpaper and dark cabinets with an open, welcoming space that utilizes a mix of materials, from aged zinc on the countertops and hood to reclaimed wood on the island and walls. The owner of this 100-year-old Texas farmhouse has modern appliances hidden away inside the island, and the antique filing cabinet by the stove adds even more country charm.

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Bold Tile

Use eye-catching patterned tiles for contrast in a small, monochromatic kitchen for added character, a perfect project if you're considering a summer renovation.

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Retro Appliances

Inside a California farmhouse, this vintage-inspired stove in the shade “Lemonade” pairs perfectly with the classic, mossy-green tile and brightens up this sun-drenched space even more.

Source: https://www.countryliving.com/home-design/decorating-ideas/g4263/rustic-farmhouse-kitchen-ideas/

16 Fun And Decorative Repurposing Ideas For Old Rolling Pins

16 Fun And Decorative Repurposing Ideas For Old Rolling Pins

Do you have items around your house that you just can’t seem to get rid of but that are no longer of use? I have so many old things in my house that I really need to turn into repurposing projects, including a few old rolling pins.

I love the old tradition of giving a rolling pin to a bride to be for her wedding – you know, as a husband tamer.

I also love finding old kitchen wares at thrift stores and finding new ways of using them, which is what has led me to these 16 fun and creative ways that you can repurpose old rolling pins.

I stopped at Goodwill just a few weeks ago and they had so many old wooden rolling pins! I couldn’t stop myself from grabbing a few (they were, after all just a dollar each).

Even if you don’t have a collection of rolling pins that you can use for a great repurposing project, you can always find them at thrift stores or yard sales and they’re going to be really cheap. Once you have a few to use, you can make so many wonderful things from a rustic apron rack to wall art.

Repurposing old things is one of my favorite pastimes and if I can get some great rustic decor it, I consider it a double win. Just look at these 10 rustic pallet repurposing ideas for the kitchen.

If you love repurposing projects and you love rustic décor, you are going to adore these 16 decorative repurposing ideas for those old rolling pins. From kitchen décor to wonderful gifts, there is something in here just waiting for you to create it.

Any one of these projects would make a wonderful wedding gift and if you really love reusing those old kitchen items, be sure that you check out these 50 repurposing ideas for old kitchen items.

You can turn your kitchen into a rustic dream come true!

1. Rustic Rolling Pin Display

What can you do with a handful of wooden rolling pins and a great container? You can turn them into a beautifully rustic display for the kitchen.

Even if you don’t plan to use those rolling pins, they can add farmhouse style to your décor.

An old wooden crate and some stone wear canisters work beautifully for this display or you can add those rolling pins to anything – and decorate the container however you want.

2. Repurposed Rolling Pin Dish Cloth HolderSource/Tutorial: olivebites

I love this idea of turning an old rolling pin into a farmhouse inspired dish cloth holder. You can hang this inside your cabinet door but why would you? Hang it on the outside under the sink cabinet to give your kitchen such a lovely rustic look. This one is super easy, too. You just have to have a rolling pin and the hardware to hang it up.

3. Rolling Pin Apron Holder

Who wouldn’t absolutely love this apron holder in their kitchen? You make this one with two old rolling pins – or more if you need them – that are cut in half. The entire look of this is so rustic that I love it and it is the perfect way to hang and display all of your favorite aprons. This would look especially rustic with a homemade repurposed blue jean apron.

4. Hanging Rolling Pin Wall ArtSource/Tutorial: fynesdesigns

If you just can’t find anything else to do with those old rolling pins, you can turn them into the most amazing wall art. This is the perfect art to hang in your farmhouse inspired kitchen and it is super easy to make. You can hang however many rolling pins that you have on hand – one or five or more – and display this in the kitchen to show off your rustic style.

5. Repurposed Rolling Pin Jewelry Holder

This beautiful jewelry holder is made from an old wooden rolling pin and a few old spoons and it is fabulous.

You could hang this in the kitchen to hold aprons or towels or in the bedroom as a jewelry holder. It would also make a gorgeous cup holder for those decorative tea cups and mugs.

I found this one on Etsy for less than $20 but you could easily recreate the look if you have the supplies on hand.

6. Rolling Pin Basket Display

An old metal basket makes the perfect centerpiece to hold those old wooden rolling pins and give your kitchen or dining room a great rustic look. This project is so simple.

You just find an old basket and stand your rolling pins up inside it. So easy and yet it makes such a profound decorating statement.

Check your local thrift stores and flea markets for old metal baskets to use…as well as wooden rolling pins in all shapes and designs.

7. Rolling Pin Turned Flower Basket HangerSource/Tutorial: hometalk

Take that old wooden rolling pin out to the front porch and turn it into a rustic flower hanger. These are really easy to make and are perfect for adding that little bit of farmhouse décor to your outdoor living spaces. Once you get the rolling pin hung up, the flower baskets slip perfectly onto the handles, giving you a beautiful display for the front porch or garden.

8. Repurposed Rolling Pin Curtain Rods

How about turning that old rolling pin into a gorgeous new curtain rod? I love this idea, especially for the kitchen or bathroom.

You can easily do this with a coupe of wooden rolling pins and some curtain hooks.

You will need hooks to hang your rolling pins from the ceiling and then smaller hooks that you will insert into the rolling pins to hang your curtains. I love unique DIY curtain rods!

9. Vintage Rolling Pin BookendsSource/Tutorial: modpodgerocksblog

How adorable are these DIY bookends that you make from old rolling pins? These are the perfect way to display your cookbooks in the kitchen and add a bit of vintage charm at the same time. They’re super easy to make and completely customizable. You can paint or design them in any color or theme that you need, or just use them plain if you want a more rustic farmhouse look.

10. DIY Rustic Rolling Pin DisplaySource/Tutorial: myrepurposedlife

Display those old wooden rolling pins on the wall, where you can easily grab them when you need to use them. I love this display. It is super easy to make and it adds such a gorgeous rustic look to the kitchen. Hang this wherever you want to keep your rolling pins on hand. You make it from rolling pins – however many you have on hand – wood and a few decorative hooks.

11. Cute Rolling Pin Recipe HolderSource/Tutorial: sweetinspirationsbyjpdesigns

This little recipe holder made from a repurposed rolling pin is so cute and it is really easy to make. I love how handy this one is.

It will keep your recipe right there where you can see it by hanging it under your cabinets and you don’t need a lot of hardware or supplies to make this one.

Use whatever size of rolling pin have on hand and decorate however you want. This would make a wonderful gift for anyone you know who loves to cook.

12. Rolling Pin Card HolderSource/Tutorial: knickoftime

You can use your old rolling pin to make the perfect holder for any cards – recipe cards or even bills. This would be so cute in an office for holding business cards or upcoming bills or other important notes. You just glue hooks onto the rolling pin and then add the hardware that is needed to hang it up. Paint or decorate this one however you to match your kitchen or office décor.

13. Repurposed Rolling Pin Garden DécorSource/Tutorial: etsy.com

I love this painted rolling pin for decorating the garden. It has such amazing coloring and the Live Simply message is so perfect. I found this one on Etsy for just $15 – although you could easily do this one yourself if you wanted. You can display this one in the garden, on the porch or even hang it in the kitchen. It adds rustic charm wherever you put it.

14. DIY Kitchen Island Towel RackSource/Tutorial: thetexaswoman

I love this rustic kitchen island, complete with a rustic wooden rolling pin towel rack. This is one of the simplest projects for repurposing those rolling pins and you can add as many as you need. Have a towel rack on every side of your rustic kitchen island if you want – you just need one rolling pin for each towel rack along with the hardware for hanging them.

15. Repurposed Rolling Pin Tiered TraySource/Tutorial: mycrazycraftbucketlist

Turn that old rolling pin into a beautiful tiered tray for displaying fruit or your favorite baked items. This tray also works really well for organizing jewelry or any number of other things office supplies and such. It is really easy to make and has the most wonderful farmhouse quality, don’t you think? You make this from an old wooden rolling pin and a few old cake pans or platters.

16. Repurposed Rolling Pin Key Holder

You can also turn your old rolling pins into adorable key holders with just a few basic supplies.

I love this for hanging by the kitchen door or you could put it in the foyer or living room if you want to add some rustic charm to those rooms.

I found this one on Etsy and it’s already finished for you, for less than $15. It has four hooks for holding your keys and hangs from a strip of rustic fabric that is adorable.

Source: https://www.twoeggz.com/int/6234893.html

Repurposed Rolling Pin

16 Fun And Decorative Repurposing Ideas For Old Rolling Pins

Just my silver tray clock, a rolling pin project has been on my project to-do list for quite some time. It feels great to finally repurpose one of the 16 in my collection.

One down and only 15 more to go. lol.

Now even though I’m an avid eater of pastries, pies, and other baked goodies I am so not a serious baker. I’d much rather enjoy someone else’s talents in that area.

I’m into muffins, and sometimes chocolate chip cookies, and that’s about it for my baking skills. I can’t even remember the last time I rolled some dough. It was probably with my mother, who was and still is an avid baker, when I was little.

But I do have a thing for wooden rolling pins… especially vintage ones.

For this wind chime all you need is a wooden rolling pin, some silverware to use for chimes, a thrifted multi-strand necklace, and some screw eyes.

This is one of the easier wind chime projects that I’ve shared so I’m hoping some of you will give it a roll.

Source: https://colormethrifty.com/2016/10/repurposed-rolling-pin.html

Charming and Timeless DIY Vintage Crafts

16 Fun And Decorative Repurposing Ideas For Old Rolling Pins

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Vintage or vintage inspired crafts are a super popular trend amongst people who to make crafts and DIY. From furniture to clothing to jewelry, it seems that people just can’t get enough vintage.

Why do we love vintage jewelry and decor so much? Is it because it gives us a nostalgic reminder of our past?

These charming and timeless vintage DIYs either utilize vintage items or use some cool methods to make new items look vintage. Your friends and family will beg you to make you one of these once they see your handiwork!

Vintage Doily Bohemian Dream Catcher

Source: My Pinterventures

In a few Native American cultures, a dreamcatcher is traditionally a handmade willow hoop, with a web woven onto it. The dreamcatcher may also have items sacred to Native Americans, certain beads or feathers. In traditional use, they are often hung over cradles as protection.

Dreamcatchers have become a common craft, and this bohemian lace version is a pretty decoration to hang in any room. It’s a great way to utilize lace doilies, which aren’t as popular as they used to be in Grandma’s days.

Re-Scarf Rescue: The New Necklace

Source: Sadie Seasongoods

Sadie Seasongoods is a blog by an awesome lady named Sarah, dedicated to “approachable repurposing and upcycling projects using vintage treasures and thrifted finds!”

This is such a cool way to repurpose a vintage scarf into a sophisticated necklace that all your friends will be asking you about. The beads are made from chunky wood balls, so it’s not a heavy piece. You’ll need some very basic sewing skills, but otherwise this craft could take less than 30 minutes to make a great piece of jewelry for you collection.

DIY Faux Vintage Mercury Glass

Source: Little Red Window

There are many new and fun types of spray paints out there that are ushering in a new wave of crafts.

 Krylon Looking Glass Silver- Paint, Martha Stewart Crafts Frost Translucent Glass Paint, Rust-Oleum Oil Rubbed Bronze Metallic Paint are the three types you should get for this project.

Each one is quite useful for hundreds of crafts – there’s almost no end to the things you could find to spray with metallic paint.

This is a great beginner project since its just alternating spray paints and a spray of vinegar, with drying time between. You’ll end up with beautiful faux mercury glass that you should absolutely not drink or eat !

Vintage Salt Shaker Photo Holders

Source: Duct Tape and Denim

Vintage salt shakers are one of those cool looking trinkets that are almost irresistible to pick up at thrift stores and garage sales. There’s only so much salt you can shake though, so this is a wonderful project to put them to use.

It’s so easy too! Just twist annealed wire around a Sharpie in a coil, then work it through the holes at the top of the shakers. Annealed wire is heated and cooled slowly to harden and reduce brittleness.

The author of this blog uses hers to display her handmade jewelry at flea markets. What could you use them for?

Repurposed Vintage Milk Jug Side Tables

Source: Pretty Handy Girl

Vintage milk jugs make some of the coolest decorations! This project is mostly a lot of painting and staining, but attaching the precut circular wood top to the jug takes some skills. You’ll need L brackets, an electric drill, 1″ wood screws, and  1 1/4″ wood screws. Plus a bit of adhesive, and you’re good to go!

Personalize these with a monogram to make a stunningly unique wedding gift, or keep these for your own fairy garden wonderland. You can even play with different methods of painting and decorating to make something that is truly your own.

Source: Sadie Seasongoods

People tend to toss their old cookie sheets, but they make such cute magnetic memo boards. A DIY magnetic memo board is useful for just about anywhere: keep it by the laundry to keep stuff from pockets, in your office for business cards and reminders, in the entryway as a decoration with cards and souvenirs.

Once you get your sheet as clean as possible, spray it with a metal primer, wait to dry, then choose a lovely spray paint color for the board. Next, use mod podge to glue a cute backing fabric or craft paper. Finally, spray it with a glossy spray to keep it nice and neat for years to come! You can use a command adhesive strip to attach it to the wall when you’re ready to use.

Pretty Mason Jar Bathroom Storage

Source: Lolly Jane

People go crazy for antique mason jars, though you could certainly use new ones…we won’t tell anyone!

Don’t just toss your toothbrush and makeup brushes in them, it’s easy to make them a beautiful DIY project you’ll enjoy for years.

These couldn’t be simpler to make. Simply paint the jar lids some fun, fanciful colors. Then drill into them screw in a variety of vintage knobs.

Reuse, restore, and architectural salvage stores are becoming more and more popular as a way to reduce our environmental impact and keep little bits of our history and old buildings alive. They’re a great place to buy old drawer knobs for projects these or to make boring IKEA furniture way more interesting.

DIY Book Lamps

Source: Perfect Yellow Yolk

Some people don’t to use old books for projects, but let’s face it, there are some very boring old books out there! Not to mention books that have become irrelevant. This project is made from old law books.

Home Depot sells very handy Make-A-Lamp kits and also lamp pipes (which act as a foundation and conceal electrical wire.) You’ll also need a drill to drill a hole through the books for the lamp pipe.

With a bit of elbow grease and some power tools, you’ll be able to make a really cute lamp in no time.

Vintage Kitchen Rolling Pin DIY Bookends

Source: Mod Podge Rocks

This is a great vintage craft for your kitchen. You’ll need an electric drill, Matte Mod Podge, wooden rolling pins, a wooden plaque from a craft store, two metal L-brackets, painters tape, spray paint or craft paint, some screws, felt pads, digital scans of recipe cards, and 220 grit sandpaper.

You could use a chop saw to cut the rolling pins in half or ask a friend to help you.

This DIY is definitely not for beginners, so preparation and a handy friend will help tremendously for these cute bookends to come together just right.

DIY Vintage Suitcase Table

Source: Home Talk

A vintage suitcase table is not only an amazingly gorgeous piece of decor, it’s great for storage as well! You’ll need to cut plywood to fit into the bottom of the suitcase, then you drill to attach the legs on the bottom.

There are a lot of places to score a vintage suitcase this one. Try Buy/Sell groups, craigslist, antique shops, thrift stores, and estate sales!

DIY Apothecary Bottles

Source: Taryn Williford

These DIY apothecary bottles couldn’t be easier to make. If you get ones with a cork, you simply screw an antique drawer knob into the cork.

The website for this DIY has lovely printable “vintage” designs that you can print out on printable acetate sheets.

Cut and paint them with glue to attach and you’ve got the most delicate and lovely glass bottles for your bathroom that you could ever want.

DIY Vintage Frame Dry Erase Calendar

Source: Premeditated Leftovers

There are many places to buy an inexpensive dry erase wall calendar, but they are just so drab.

The secret to making this DIY is as simple as E6000 Permanent Craft Adhesive. Lots of crafts use this glue which is “uniquely formulated to meet high-performance needs—think heavy materials wood, metal and concrete. It’s also excellent for crafts, working with an array of mediums, including fabric, glass, fiberglass, ceramics, leather, rubber, vinyl and many plastics.” Wow!

Just find a prefectly sized frame and spray paint it a beautiful color, then use E6000 craft glue to attach it. It’s as easy as that!

Vintage Key Necklace DIY

Source: Dishfunctional Designs

This is a fun beginner jewelry project that uses old keys. You can buy them at flea markets or on Etsy.

You’ll need to invest in some beginner jewelry supplies for this craft, a chain, copper wire, a clasp, and some beads. You’ll also need some jewelry pliers. Follow the directions to make a basic wrapped loop, and you’ll have a piece of jewelry that will look it came from an expensive jewelry shop!

Vintage style doesn’t have to be expensive. Try out one of these fun and innovative vintage DIYs to make something beautiful and unique for yourself today. Start with one of the easier projects, the magnetic baking sheet memo board, before moving onto the harder ones.

Whichever DIY you choose, remember not to worry too much about being perfect! It’s getting started that matter most.

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Melanie works full time at Tuft & Needle and blogs part time evenings and weekends when her daughter is working on the cars with her dad!

Source: https://www.reasonstoskipthehousework.com/vintage-welcome-sign/