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When I found these two vintage Henredon headboards at the thrift store, I knew that I’d eventually be building a bed frame for my sons’ room. What I didn’t know was that these headboards were quite valuable. I may not know the brand names for all-things-vintage, but I know “quality” when I see it. And these campaign headboards screamed “Take us home!” and “Don’t you dare paint us!” They were in great condition, with a little bit of chipping at the top of the headboard’s veneer.
DIY upholstery doesn't have to be rocket science. But there ARE some things that professionals know that beginners don't know. These things can make or break your project. Learn more about these top upholstery tips that will make your own projects cleaner and more professional looking! - Thrift Diving
For the sake of ease, let’s just call this a vintage bar cart makeover from the thrift store. (Although I am definitely aware that this is an old TV cart from the 60’s and 70’s, I much prefer to think of it as a bar cart or, as I will use it, a tea cart!). But regardless what you call it, it’s a DIY project that made me dance around in my garage with glee because it turned out waaaaay better than expected!
You can order everything online now, so why not your mattress? Online stores may not have the same overhead with expensive leases and inventory to store up, so mattresses online can be a bit less expensive than brick-and-mortar stores. It comes straight to your door, packed snuggly in a box, wrapped tightly, typically a foam mattress that expands once you release it. This compact packaging makes it super convenient for shipping right to your door.
I've got such a fun upcycling project for you! If you have kids or grandkids, you can easily make this amphibious military vehicle by upcycling cereal boxes! All you need is paint and hot glue. I even created the printable pattern that you can download and print from your home computer. I also created the step-by-step instructions and a video tutorial. Find more info on The Home Depot's Kids Workshop blog! - Thrift Diving #ad #homedepotpartner #homedepotkidsworkshop
How to Frame Fabric and mount it in a picture frame - Includes a video tutorial and detailed blog post. - Thrift Diving
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