If there are two things in life that I really love, it’s thrifting and crafting. But if there’s anything I like better than doing both separately, it’s upcycling my thrifted finds. Especially old records that I’ve dug for, but unfortunately don’t work. I took a record from my most recent dig and I created this awesome vinyl record clock in under 30 minutes and for $8. Guess what, you can too! Add some flare to …
It’s been almost a year since I created DIY Huntress, and the support that I have gotten is overwhelming! I’m so grateful for all of the opportunities that this blog has provided me with.
In thinking about my year anniversary coming up and my new business endeavor (selling customizable signs), I started to look to some companies to make business cards… needless to say, I wasn’t impressed with many of the companies OR their outrageous prices. So, the “do it yourselfer” in myself decided to make her own business cards.
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I love canvas area rugs, but they can be SO expensive. I recently bought a beautiful one for my room and found it for $40, which isn’t so bad… but then I thought, why can’t I make my own canvas rug?
So I did. Oh, and did I tell you it only cost me $10?
I am an avid collector of vinyl records, I love listening to the crackles and pops of old records. But let’s face it, some of my records just aren’t in working condition anymore. So instead of throwing them out, I decided to do something fun with them which could double as a cute gift that you could fill up with goodies for the holiday season!