As my wife will agree, I hate to throw anything away that I might someday be able to use, including this old drawer from a chest that fell apart years ago.
But last week I decided I could make a unique display box out of it, simply by using up some scraps of wood I already had around.
When my good friend Jim called from a local antiques shop, he really sounded excited. He had found these two arts and crafts stained glass cabinet doors and knew they would look great in our home. After a quick measurement, Leigh Ann and I realized they would fit perfectly in our
Give me an afternoon off, or even just a part of it, and you’ll find me either in an antiques shop or a craft store. Either way, I’m always looking for a unique twist on a familiar idea, such as turning these unfinished birch coasters into Christmas ornaments.
I started by sealing
Taryn of Design, Dining, and Diapers shares her experience at the Renegade Craft Fair in Seattle with Bruce Johnson. See how she created a beautiful and personalized telephone table with Minwax® Water Based Wood Stains.
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