Most of you that are followers of BeColorful know that I frequently work to upstlyle or repurpose weary, worn, or less than lovely pieces of furniture and home accessories.
I have studied Pinterest, and followed blogs of other artists that also like to create similar projects for several years now. This artist came onto my radar within the last twelve months and when she submitted this video to the Motivated Monday event here at BeColorful I was once more totally amazed by her design skills.
Please visit Rebecca at Second Chance Designs
I love, love WANT, that table.
Thanks so much for linking it up Rebecca. Your work is so impressive.
Another terrific painted furniture project but in a totally different type of style was this Union Jack table.
I've been mesmerized by all of the "Union Jack" projects I have seen out here in Blogland and on Pinterest so when
linked up her table, the history behind this design and a great tutorial, I knew I wanted to showcase it for you too.
Yes, I love featuring painted furniture and decorating projects more than anything but there is always such a variety of links here on Motivated Monday and I am never lacking for uniquely worthy posts to share with you. This week there were recipes, outdoor projects, and paper ornaments.
Summer and pasta salad just go together. That's why I wanted to be sure and bring this light summery recipe to your attention
I've never heard of pickled tomatoes but I love anything pickled so I'm all in on this one. You'll have to hit the translate button on this one. Isn't amazing how blogging makes the world so much smaller?
The image of these framed flowers from
had me ooohing and aweing out loud.
We have too much construction going on around our home this year but next spring I have a plan and a fence that are calling out for this fun project.
Don't you just love that yellow?
shared this paper ornament project. Designed as a Christmas ornament it would be gorge on a tree but it could be pretty hanging from a lamp stem or window any time of year.