I'm creating like crazy, I can't stop! I missed going nuts on thrifted finds and yielding new creations. Here are three quick and easy DIYS I made in minutes last week:
This big suitcase is better than ever sporting dinosaur figures! I taped dinosaur-shaped cut outs to the case and sprayed over them with white Color Place spray paint.
With hands shaking from doubt, I proceeded to blaspheme all over this beautiful mid century modern chair. For shame! I could have done better, but this painting was done in minutes and the chair sold for more than I would have sold it for without the added detail.
I'm finally displaying all of my tiny toys for inspiration and crafting purposes. I prowled for tiny shelves to hold my beautiful toys while thrifting and found the perfect duo, but they were dirty plain pine wood shelves shaped like houses.
The application of black acrylic paint makes them look modern and helps the toys pop. It makes the shelves with consistent with all the other black framed art in the apartment, too.
It's been fun rearranging the toys within and coming up with creative photography and crafting ideas along the way. We're never too old to play with toys, right? The tallest toy in the new layout photo is no taller than 2 inches! I love tiny representations from everyday life.
What creative things have you been doing with thrifted finds lately?