Everyone knows REAL art is always expensive, right? Like, hundreds or thousands of dollars?[Read more…] about Thrifting for Art
We are sometimes blessed with the opportunity to travel with Husbandman on some of his work trips. We’ve had a chance to visit Indianapolis twice now, and have discovered that there is a lot to do for cheap, or, even better, for free![Read more…] about Thrifty in Indy
Four times a year, our library has a used books sale. It’s phenomenal because you can get some REALLY old books for cheap. I brought home these two books today:
I’m not the first person this has ever happened to, and I won’t be the last. I thrifted something I thought was worth major moolah and it turned out to be a dud.[Read more…] about When your crazy good find isn’t actually worth a fortune.
I have a confession.
I’m a 37-year old woman who doesn’t want to chalk paint or milk paint all the things.
I know. Shameful.
Now, I acknowledge that some thrifted items need a good paint job. There are some types of wear and tear that you can’t come back from.
But I live in an apartment. I don’t have a garage to paint in, my kids would crash into whatever I could try to paint in the living/dining/multifunction area, and my landlord would frown on me painting my furniture out on the sidewalk. What’s an apartment dweller to do?[Read more…] about When you can’t paint your furniture