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whit, frames, flowers, *sigh.....sublimely designed by Hatch Creative and shot by Jen Huang from #http://www.100layercake.com/

Candlesticks: Clean candlesticks with soap and water to remove dirt. Use metal spray paint and primer, following directions on cans. Let dry. Add another coat if you're not satisfied with the color or if there are spots that need touch-ups. Paint stripes, dots, or any other pattern using enamel craft paint and a brush. These were the old brass ones you can find at flea markets everywhere.

10 Thrift Store Shopping Secrets You Should Know (like how to find the best thrift stores in your area using the National Thrift Store Directory)! This is SO great!

I love everything about this. The walls, the furniture, the lamp... especially the fact she bought this piece at Goodwill for 12.00 and painted it. LOVE THRIFT STORE BARGAINS!!!

Repurposed Thrift Store Mirror - shows how to "antique" with a green patina

brilliant redesign of thrift store find desk -- taped, then painted -- at design sponge

1) give your frames a good cleaning (i used simple green and a dry cloth), and let dry. 2) most frames will benefit greatly if you use a primer like this one (half way down, #65054), which helps the top coat stick better, cover better and go on smoothly. 3) after the primer has dried, spray paint with a high gloss white paint (i used valspar gloss in white).  let dry completely (only takes a few hours!) and your ready to start displaying them.

Ruffle Necktie T-Shirt Tutorial I have made this. Fun, easy, fast. The tutorial doesn't use pins. I do. I also use a walking foot.

old trays from thrift stores, add chalkboard paint, done ~ how much fun! here's your chalkboard @Emily Shuck