Welcome to our thrifty series #3.
Today, I am sharing some kitchen art that I recycled and now since has gone to the porch. I bought this art probably about 4 years ago from our local Humane society. I want to say it was $5.00. I think I had it out in our kitchen for about two days and thought it was really too blah for my liking. I never did get rid of it though.
This one though I can only use so many times. I have a front porch and the back deck.
I shared with you my recycled pallet garden sign last week.
You have a friendly greeting no matter which way you come in. Back or front.
Porch stencil found on an Etsy shop. I painted the sign with two coats of Americana decor chalky finish paint. The color is called timeless. I figured it would compliment most anything I do put out on the front porch.
My last thrifty series post I shared with you an upcycled chair spray painted.
That is now in the back yard. I love moving stuff around.
I wish a lot of you could come and sip some lemonade with me here on our porch. We could watch the fire flies, do a little chatting and then perhaps I would make us some pizza’s in our outdoor pizza oven.
I can assure you a nice visit:)
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