If you’ve been following my blog, you know that this month I’ve taken a 31 day blogging challenge. Meaning, I’ll be posting every day in October on one topic. After thinking about what I tend to write about on my blog anyway, I chose 31 Days of Reimagining as my topic. I get a little decorating kick out of reimagining home décor in fresh ways.
I wanted to share five do-it-yourself projects from my blog where I did just that. You’ll see purchases from thrift stores, stuff bound for the trash and even items from my front yard, all reimagined in new ways. I hope they give you some reimagining inspiration for your own home.
Dangle your necklaces from a pretty jewelry holder crafted from a tree branch. See how to make this quirky-cute jewelry holder yourself.
Turn leftover wine corks into a pretty project for your kitchen or office. Find out how to make your own wine cork bulletin board.
Create your own pretty tiered tray using just two thrift store plates and a candle stick holder. Get instructions on how to craft your own tiered tray.
These denim book straps are similar to the elastic bands that go around Moleskin notebooks. They’re a fun project you can make from an old pair of jeans. Learn how to make your own denim book straps.
Reimagine a cake stand as a pretty spot to hold jewelry. Check out how I styled a silver cake stand to hold my jewelry.
This is the sixth post in a 31 days blog series called 31 Days of Reimagining. Start from the beginning.