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This has been a life-changing week for me, I spent three days at the Haven Bloggers Conference in Charleston South Carolina, and then spoiled myself with two extra days to explore the beautiful city.  I am writing this post at the Charleston Airport and will be in the air when this goes live.  I have added the link code, but if you have any problems check out Sam’s post at  Raggedy Bits Thank you to each…

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I am away at a conference and not available to receive the other host’s favorites etc.  I did put the new inlinkz at the bottom of this post for you, and really hope you will pop over to Sam’s blog   Raggedy Bits to see the features.     Waste Not Wednesday-111 Sam @ Raggedy Bits | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | Google + | Twitter Denise @ My Thrifty House | Facebook | Pinterest…

Hanging Flower Planter Sign made from scrap wood. And easy scrap wood project.

Bee Happy DIY Planter – The Farmhouse Hens Planter Ideas

A Bee Happy DIY Planter Sign The summer is simply flying by, but the best of times typically do go by all too quickly.    At our house we are spending as much time outside as possible, hauling the laptop outside to write on the deck and not worrying one bit about the screen glare either.  It’s worth it.   This month my Farmhouse Hen friends and I are blogging about planters.  Some of the Hens…

DIY wire storage baskets for beauty supplies and towel. DIY wire baskets, DIY baskets, how to make wire basket, DIY storage baskets,

Light Weight DIY Wire Baskets and 10 Minute Easy Sew Liner

DIY Wire Baskets Wire baskets are both attractive and handy.  I love that you can sort and organize assorted stuff and it instantly seems neater.  I may purchase some really nice heavy wire baskets for fall decor but they are both heavy and too expensive to use hidden behind closet doors for organizing or in the RV. These DIY wire baskets work really well, cost a tiny fraction of the fancier ones and are super…

Waste Not Wednesday Feature

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This week has been wonderfully topsy-turvy at our house.  Hubs took time off,  and at the last minute, we decided to take our grand daughter’s camping.   I managed to find a campsite with wifi, and thankfully it’s working well.  Everyone is asleep as its past midnight, and I have some computer time.   I hope you all have a wonderful week and I will catch up on your posts this weekend.       Waste Not Wednesday-109 Sam @…

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How to Cover RV Benches

Existing RV Table Bench Makeover For our RV I really wanted to replace the bench sitting area with table and chairs, but there is mechanical equipment under one of the benches and it wasn’t worth asking Hubs to rejig the mechanical portions of the trailer.  Instead, I chose to work with the existing benches as they are in good shape and just recover the RV bench cushions. I found it very handy to work with two…

How to Update an RV Headboard for $10

An Inexpensive RV Headboard to Modernize you RV Interior Those little RV headboards are so cute.  They serve no purpose whatsoever except decor but I think they are adorable so why not have one.  They do make the camper bed appear more homelike.    The original little headboard matched the other decor in the RV,  so I gave it a really quick and fast update for $10.  The money was spent on the vinyl fabric,…

Kitchen makeover feature from Waste Not Wednesday Party.

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I recently learned that the Waste Not Wednesday party has a link up on Instagram as well.  To participate just add the #Wastenotwednesday hashtag to your picture.  Sam Hay from Raggedy Bits selects a feature each week that we do a shout out for.   Besides that I follow the hashtag and comment as well, there are some stunning photos in this group.  Hope you drop by and check out what I am talking about.    …