January Cure – Week Two and Three


I’m spending this month participating in Apartment Therapy’s January project called the January Cure, a whole month full of assignments designed to help you get yourself and your home organized for the new year. Well, I’m trying to anyway but I’ve found out two important things along the way.

One is that I (for once) am living in the same house and many of the tasks we have been assigned are similar to ones assigned last year. Guess what, I don’t need to do them again! I’m not bragging, I mean some of the task like scrubbing down your kitchen cabinets needs to be done every year, let’s get real the kitchen can get real gross real quick. But things like purging and organizing the linen closet have pretty held up since last year. I may have a towel or two that have gotten ratty or some straightening of my blanket stacks to do but overall the linen closet is still looking good.

The second thing I have learned is that since we are moving soon I don’t really need to clean the linen closet, I need to purge and pack the linen closet.

I guess what I’m trying to say is that my January Cure has sometimes gone off on a huge tangent. I’ve done some of the projects as instructed and other days I am tackling things I need to accomplish for the move instead.

The to-do list we wrote out in week one is getting a huge workout!

So let’s see what I’ve been up to.

Clear a Closet – This one was for sure a to-do. My son’s closet was a wreck and I am not about to pack a pile of junk only to move it to another house. We tackled this one together with a bit of negotiation. He told me what  COULD go and I told him a few more things that SHOULD go. In the end we finally got things looking good.

Here are a few before and after shots.  It helps that he’s a boy and doesn’t have a ton of clothes….

Review your to-do list and choose one (not-too-big) project you’d like to cross off this month.

This one was fun since you were given a 30 minute time limit to complete it. I chose to pull down my hallway gallery wall and box all the art for the move. I came back later and filled the holes and touched up the paint but boxing the art didn’t take long at all.

Take a media fast!

What? I know, it’s harder than it sounds, taking your main block of “home time” with no television, computer, or smart phone. I decided to work on an art project my husband commissioned. A project is always a good distraction from electronics for me and with this big chunk of me time, and it’s almost done!


Take time today to go through your linens

Like I said this one mostly held since last year but that didn’t mean there were not a few things to straighten and toss.


Clean your kitchen! Choose an “inside or out” track and get started.

I chose the outside since the inside will get a full cleaning once everything is packed.  A full wipe down was a must but the top the fridge needed a hazmat team.  Look up there guys, it get’s gross. But not mine, it is now sparkling! The inside…that’s another story.
As for items not on the AT list, I got quite a bit done there too.
  • I painted my bold colored mantel, door, and mudroom closet back to white. Not everyone is up for my bold color choices.
  • I took down four of my light fixtures and returned the original ones back to the house.
  • I took down the art in the master bedroom and my sewing room and started boxing it up.
  • I filled about 300 nail holes and touched up the paint.
  • Packed about ten boxes of items we won’t be needing anytime soon…ten down 500 to go!

Oh yeah, and as instructed, I bought fruit instead of flowers this week. Whew, I’m tired.


January Cure 2017 – Week One

dsc02801 It’s a new year and that means time for Apartment Therapy’s January project called the January Cure, a whole month full of assignments designed to help you get yourself and your home organized for the new year. Think of it as a New Year’s resolution for your home. This is my third year participating in the January Cure and I have to say it really does help put your home in good order for the new year. Even if you don’t complete every task you’ll be glad you played/worked along. This year with a move on the way I’m hoping to clear out the clutter so I don’t have to move it with me.

Let’s have a look at how week one went.

Assignment # 1: Let’s Go! The Cure Begins with a Quick Confidence-Boosting Declutter– Choose a drawer, any drawer but only one drawer and get to work. Well, I know everyone has a junk drawer and the longer you have it the more junk it accumulates. We haven’t been in our house much over a year and ours is pretty junky. The worst part is that last summer I spilled a pack of chia seeds in this drawer and they look surprisingly like mouse droppings. Not something you want people to see in any drawer much less one in the kitchen.


Thanks to assignment one, my junk drawer is now chia seed free.


Assignment #2: Bring the Big Picture into Focus: Create a To-Do List for the Year – Holy cow this list is going to be long. So much to do, I may be working on this list all month.

Assignment #3: The Storage Black Hole in Every Home – Purge the Pantry! Okay, I don’t have a pantry and every year Apartment Therapy seems to like to rub it in my face. Instead, we have a bank of cabinets we use to store dry good and one next to the range that I use for spices and baking items. I guess the bonus of not having much room means we don’t have room to hoard unneeded items so this was more of a cleaning than a purging.

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I took the time to wipe down the shelves, consolidate and reorganize. The result wasn’t a full pantry but a least it looked better.

Assignment #4: Create an Outbox – The Outbox is not garbage, nor does it need to be an actual box; it is a halfway house where things sit while their fate is being decided.
1. Anything can go in the Outbox
2. The Outbox is allowed to get messy
3. Everything must stay in the Outbox for at least one week
4. After that time you have several choices

  • Take anything back out
  • Leave anything you are undecided about for one more week
  • Dispose of the rest by moving to the recycling bin or giveaway pile

I already had an outbox started in a laundry basket in the garage so I took the time to empty it out and make a trip to the donation bin for a fresh start.


Assignment # 5: Flowers, Floors and Sticking Together No Matter What!  Did someone say flowers? Okay, so buying flowers was easy part. Actually, the floors were even easier because I didn’t do them myself. Cheating, I know but since I went back to work full-time I hired a housekeeper, so she took care of the floors and I took care of the sofa.  You know what happens under, on, and around the sofa? Lots of crumbs, dust, and dog hair. So I took this week to vacuum and mop under the sofa, vacuum under the cushion and wash all the cushion covers.


I think the results more than earned me a the right to buy a few flowers.


I always love that tulips are in season during the January Cure!






Maggie Overby Studios Top Ten Posts of 2016


Wow, 2016 has been a busy year for me. Since it started off with a fresh move under my belt, there have been updates to make, rooms to reveal and lots and lot of DIY projects.  With only a few days left of the year I thought I’d share the Top Ten Most Popular Posts of 2016. These are the post that you readers viewed the most which hopefully means they are the projects that you loved the most. Can you guess what made the number one slot?  I know a few hit my top ten as well so let’s get started with number ten…

10. Inspired By DIY: Urban OutfittersThis project was so easy I can see why it was a favorite!


9. Living Room Reveal – I have to say this is the room I struggled with most in this house. It is a dark awkward space but the end result was pretty satisfying considering it’s limitations.


8. Girl’s Room Fit for a Teen in Aqua and Coral – Katie’s room was a lot of fun and I even did some original artwork for the space which is always a joy for me.


7. Inspired by DIY: Eddie RossAt the time this quick DIY seemed like a big risk but in the end really has made a huge change for the better on this pretty basic mantel.


6. Coffee Table Turned to Mid Century Bench DIY – What to do with a $15 Formica topped table with great legs? Make it something new that’s what!


5. One Room Challenge Laundry Room – This is one of my most recent projects so for it to be in the top ten means it has gotten a lot of traffic in a short amount of time. I guess everyone loves this closet makeover just as much as I do.


4. Inspired by DIY: West Elm – Who knew a set of placemats turned into a poof would be a crowd favorite? I guess that just proves the popularity of the poof!


3. DIY Metal Base Night Stand – Are you seeing a trend here? The master bedroom projects have been quite a hit.


2. Eclectic Interiors Summer Home Tour 2016Seeing it all in one post definitely makes taking the tour easier, and this one took place when almost all the room were completed.


Drum roll please…In the number one slot for 2016…

1.One Room Challenge Master Bedroom – I have to agree with the numbers guys! I think this makeover was one of my favorites of not just 2016 but of all time. I’m so glad you love it too.



Hope you had and amazing 2016 and stop by tomorrow for some big news about what’s to come in 2017!  Hint Hint, there will be lots of new projects in the near future…

Inspired by DIY – Serena and Lily Tassel Pillow


It’s time again for the monthly Inspired by DIY Challenge organized by my good friend Jess of Domicile 37. Each month an amazing group of bloggers gets together to create some inspired DIY.  We each find a piece from a store or designer that we find inspiring and create our own version, DIY style. This month’s inspiration is the always pretty, Serena & Lily. I chose to recreate the Eva Tassel Pillow Cover because it was the perfect upgrade to a pillow cover I already made for the One Room Challenge.


So let’s get started…

Materials Needed: (this list contains affiliate links)


Step by Step Instructions:

  1. Using a Craft-tastic Pom Pom Maker spaced at 3″,  knot a medium weight yarn to the dowel at one end. (You could use a piece of cardboard cut to the same dimension if you don’t have a pom pom maker)
  2. Looped the yarn 50 times around both dowels.
  3. Using a 12″ piece of yarn,  thread through one side of your loop and tightly knot.
  4. Remove yarn from pom pom maker and pull loose ends of the knotted yarn in the  opposite direction of the loops.
  5. Using a second 12″ piece of yarn wrap your loops just below the loose ends two to three times while pulling loops down tightly, then knot securely.
  6. To complete the tassel cut loops and trim even.
  7. Using a large upholstery needle thread each of your loose ends through a corner of your pillow cover being sure not to thread through the same hole.
  8.  Turn cover inside out so you can pull loose ends tight.
  9. Knot securely and trim.
  10. Continue this process until you have all four corners done.


The finished tassels make a fun addition to any pillow cover.


And to my mudroom bench!


Want to see more Inspired by DIY pop over and see Cassie Bustamante‘s version of  dip dyed stools.


And Up to Date Interiors version of the candy stripe coverlet.


Here are a few of my previous Inspired by DIY posts:

Pottery Barn West Elm Jonathan AdlerEddie Ross Urban Outfitters



One Room Challenge Laundry Room – Week Five

This is a sponsored post

Week Five of the One Room Challenge hosted by Linda of Calling It Home is here and you know what that means, crunch time! Only one week left to get it all done. In case you aren’t up to speed… the One Room Challenge is an event where twenty design bloggers take on the challenge of transforming one space in just six weeks. Every Wednesday, the designers document their progress while sharing their sources and professional advice. In addition to following along, everyone with a blog, (that’s me!) is welcome to join the fun as a guest participant by linking their own room transformations to Calling It Home.


This go round I am tackling my laundry room you can see what I’ve been doing so far below

Week One, Week Two, Week Three, Week Four

And here is where we are headed…Because why not? If I’m going to have to do laundry I might as well enjoy being there.


This week I’ve been busy with the heavy lifting part of the project, getting the laundry counter installed. Now Chuck usually just stays out-of-the-way for my projects but this week I needed his muscles. The original plan was to do a laminated plywood counter like this one from Vintage Revival but I admit dealing with 4’x8′ sheets of plywood was not high on my list of fun activities. They are big and heavy and require a ton of cuts to get them down to the size I need plus I would have to becut them some at the store before I could even fit them in my car.


Luckily, while wandering through lumber and mill work I ran across some solid core slab doors with a lauan veneer that were just the right width for my counter top. They already had the thickness I needed (no laminating required) and it would only require three cuts to make my counter top. The best part is they would fit in my car no problem!

So with help from my heavy lifter, and guys these doors are HEAVY, we loaded them up and took them home to cut.


After measuring twice (okay maybe three times) we were ready to cut our 45° miters. For cuts that will show it never hurts to apply painters tape to the cut line to control splintering.


Once we had all the cuts made we test fit the miter to make sure no adjustments were needed. Once the fit was pretty tight so we were ready to install.


I installed a ledger board along the two walls and used two L brackets to attach the top to the wall


and three to secure the miter.dsc02416

Now it was ready for stain. This was a bit of a decision because originally I was going to go natural but lauan has a red tent to it when finished and I didn’t really think the red cast would work with the rest of the room.


 I tested a few darker stains along with an aging stain and a color-tinted stain.


If you guys have been around here before you probably had no problem guessing which I chose…


That’s right Minwax Color Stain in Navy Blue and three coats of semi-gloss Polycrylic got me a glossy blue/purple finish I adore!


The last project for this area was getting my Aspect honecomb peel and stick backsplash up. For this project, Aspect gave me 20 SF of their tiles to work with. Since we are in a rental and I will most likely need to remove the counter and backsplash when I leave I decided to put up a thin layer of plywood to attach the tiles to so they would be easy to take down. The tiles come in small sections that interlock and also come with a section with a finished edge of half tiles that look like this.


I wanted to do something a little different with my backsplash so I randomly cut out one or two tiles in each section.


Then just peel off the back and stick.


No grout required! For areas around outlets and corners tiles can easily be cut with a jigsaw.


Once all the tiles were up  it looked like this.  I suppose you’re wondering what I’m gonna do with all those blank tiles.


Well, how about a little confetti? With several different colors of spray paint I gave the remaining tiles a good coating.


Once they were dry I popped them back in and my confetti backsplash was born. So much fun!


Big accomplishments this week…but we are not done yet.  One week to go and I still have lots of work to do.

  • Make pillows for the bench seat
  • Paint doors
  • Bring in the new rug
  • Add art and accessories
  • Oh yeah, and take lots of photos for you guys!

See you next week for the big reveal!

Big thanks to my One Room Challenge Sponsors!

Home Decorators Collection //D. Lawless Hardware // Wagner Spray Tech // Aspect Peel and Stick tiles


Holiday Wreath with a Bohemian Twist


I don’t mean to hurry you along guys but it’s November 1st and that means winter is right around the corner. That also means it’s time to change out all that fall decor so today I have a ton of inspiration for you a with winter wreath blog hop hosted by Ariel from PMQ for Two and a whole crew my eclectic blogger friends. Since we are an eclectic bunch that means we also have a little bit different take on the holiday wreath. I mean who says a wreath has to be round? Not me! So when I ran across this Umbra Pendant Scarf Organizer in brass (affiliate link) I was inspired to do something a little different.

With the Umbra Pendant as my base, I gathered several types of twine and yarn in different weights and different shades of white,


along with a pine branch and a few sparkling accents I grabbed at the craft store.


I started by looping long lengths of the different yarns and twines around one of the lower section of the scarf hanger.


continuing until the entire section was full, alternating between types of yarn in a random pattern.


I chose to fill two sections, one high and one low.


Once complete I gave the yarn a haircut. I cut mine at an angle to match the angles on the scarf hanger but feel free to do whatever you like.


Up next, add the bling!


Using floral wire I attached my pine branches and accents off to one side, layering them until I liked the look.


I finished it off with a pom pom to cover the heavy part of the pine branch and some of the floral wire.


Now I’m ready for the holiday season to come with my bohemian holiday wreath.

Want to see more?

Stop by and see what my friends have been up to with 2o more holiday wreaths that will get you in the mood for winter.

Up to Date Interiors // Cottage in the Oaks // Architecture of a Mom

Nourish & Nestle // KS Craft Shack // My Life From Home

Craft & Tell // The Uncommon Law // Monica Wants It

Twelve On Main // PMQ for two // Atta Girl Says

The DIY Mommy // Flourish and knot // Maggie Overby Studios

Hey Fitzy // Domicile 37 // Our Crafty Mom

This Is Our Bliss // Timeless Creations // PMQ for two





One Room Challenge Laundry Room – Week Four

This is a sponsored post

Week four of the One Room Challenge hosted by Linda of Calling It Home is here and it has been a busy week. In case you aren’t up to speed… the One Room Challenge is an event where twenty design bloggers take on the challenge of transforming one space in just six weeks. Every Wednesday, the designers document their progress while sharing their sources and professional advice. In addition to following along, everyone with a blog, (that’s me!) is welcome to join the fun as a guest participant by linking their own room transformations to Calling It Home.


This go round I am tackling my laundry room you can see what I’ve been doing so far below

Week One, Week Two, Week Three

And here is where we are headed…


This week the was focusing on some project that will improve the functionality of the laundry room and since the laundry room also happens to be the pet feeding area improving functionality means finding a spot for everyone to eat.  My first project was this vintage radio that got a new look and a secret new use.


I scored it at a consignment store a little worse for wear. The speaker was busted and someone had added some not so great gold embellishments. I started by ripping out all the guts, which weighed about 100 lbs.


I knew the details on this piece would be a perfect test for my new Home Decor Paint Sprayer by Wagner. This was my first time using the sprayer so I admit I was a little nervous…


I followed the sprayer instructions thinning my Valspar furniture paint with water and I was ready to spray.


I am a huge spray paint fan so I was excited to see how this sprayer worked since you are limited in color when it comes to canned spray paint.


Well guys the results are in, I love this baby! I used the same techniques I would with canned spray paint only here you are able to get as close as 3″ to 6″ from the piece which means a lot less overspray and a lot less vapors in the air. You can even get a good spray at odd angles.


So what is my vote on the Home Decor Paint Sprayer by Wagner?  I am a convert guys! I got a super smooth finish and clean up involves a rinse with plain water.


With my paint job all finished I was ready to replace the hardware which I decided to update with some colorful glass pulls from D. Lawless.


And as promised I made a few alteration for this guys secret use… No that is not a ghost.


It’s Ozzie in his new cat house. With the addition of an opening cut into each shelf, the cat can enter his feeder house from below and I don’t have to worry about the dogs eating all his food.


I also got creative for feeding the dogs by adding a platform with two bowl cutouts to the top of the large drawer in the mud bench I will be using to store dog food.


The drawer pulls all the way out to access the food then you can push it in half way in while the dogs are eating and then all the way in when everyone is done. No bowls on the floor to trip on plus I can store over 40 lbs. of dog food no problem.


I also made progress on the functional part of the mud bench (and a little of the pretty.) I finished up all the trim and added some Antique English coat hooks also from D. Lawless Hardware and I think you might also be catching a glimpse of my Joan Mclemore wallpaper from Spoonflower.


But that is all you are getting because I’m saving that beauty for the reveal. Still, lots to do before we get there tough.

  • Install counter over washer dryer
  • Stain and polyurethane
  • Install backsplash
  • Paint doors
  • add accessories
  • hope and pray all my online orders make it on time!

That is still a lot and with only two weeks left and it is going to be tight. Wish me luck!

Home Decorators Collection //D. Lawless Hardware // Wagner Spray Tech // Aspect Peel and Stick tiles


Swap It Like It’s Hot – Desk Decor


Today I am participating in fun thrift flip project that is right up myalley!! This fun party is called  Swap it Like It’s Hot, and that is just what it is. A group of bloggers get together and find random items at the thrift store which we swap. It’s up to the new owner to transform the thrift score however they choose!  The deal is we have no idea what we will be transforming until it arrives in the mail. If you are stopping over from I Am a Homemaker then you already know how the game works so welcome!

swapitlikesitshot-2Now let’s see what Jillian sent me…


A little wood taxidermy deer, a milk jug, a block desk calendar, and a brass jello mold.

Since the faux taxidermy was pretty cute as is and I wasn’t really sure what to do with the jello mold I decided to update the block calendar and milk jug to use on my desk.


It was really just a matter of a bit of spray paint… I threw in some gold to make it fancy!


and some black letter stickers for the text. I used a chalkboard sticker on the milk jug as a label.


Presto change-o I have a sleek new set to put on my desk for just a couple of bucks.


Now that you’ve seen my makeover it’s time to stop by and see what PMQ For Two did with what I sent to her.

You can also stop by every day this week to see what the other participants have been up. amazing-thrift-store-makeovers


Ciburbanity //Windgate Lane //Vin’yet Etc. //Casa Watkins Living //One Mile Home Style


Reinvented//ConfettiStyle//Confessions of a Serial Do-It-Yourselfer//Addicted 2 DIY//Restoration Redoux//I Am a Homemaker//Maggie Overby Studios// PMQ For Two


Two Thirty-Five Designs // 58 Water Street // Create & Babble // Dogs Don’t Eat Pizza // Gourley Girl and Guy // The Charming


This is our Bliss // Southern State of Mind //Two Purple Couches // My Life From Home


Erin Spain // Copper Dot Interiors // Prim and Propah // Sweet Tea Refinishing// Eveys Creations // On Fern Avenue


No Sew Drop Cloth Curtains and Budget Rods


I’m getting so close to finishing up my screen porch. I know you guys are waiting for the big reveal but I wanted to share one last DIY before you get to see it all come together. Since we don’t have a three season porch, only screens, I decided to add inexpensive drop cloth curtains lined with shower curtain liners. By adding the shower curtains with liners I am hoping to extend the use of our porch further into the fall and also keep it warm enough that my plants will survive the winter. Since we live in South Carolina I don’t need a ton of insulation just enough to get us through the few days that temperatures may drop below freezing.

Here is what you’ll need to begin

Materials: (This list contains affiliate links)



Design (optional)

  • Frog Tape (any size)
  • Ruler or Tape measure
  • Black Paint

Let’s start with the curtain construction. I bought 6’x9′ drop clothes because my largest screen size was just over 8′ tall and about 11′ wide. By using two drop cloth panels I can cover the screens completely when the curtains are closed. (The drop clothes come in different sizes so you can choose which works best for you.) Since 9′ was too long, rather than cutting and having to hem the drop clothes, I simply folded over the amount that they needed to be shortened at the top creating an overlapping valance. I then added eyelets along that top edge using an Exacto knife to cut small holes and then a hammer and eyelet setter to set the eyelets.


Since I decided to line my curtains with shower curtain liners I used the shower curtain liner as my guide on where to set my eyelets by laying the drop cloth on top and marking the placement. (Note: I did have to trim down the shower curtain to match the size of the drop cloth.)

Now it’s time to decorate. I chose to do a band of black along the edge of my valance and a wider band at the bottom of my curtains but you can get as creative as you like.


Using your ruler and Frog tape I masked off the section you want to paint.


I used black chalk paint thinned 1 to 1 with water to paint in my taped off stripes. Be patient here, it takes a bit of work to get full coverage on the fabric.


Once you have the stripes filled in remove the tape


You should have perfect stripes. Once they are dry they are ready to hang.


For the curtain rod, I used 3/4″ Metal Conduit from the hardware store. This is super inexpensive and comes in 5′ and 10′ lengths which run about $2.50 and $3.50 each. You will find this in the electrical section of your hardware store.


To hang them I used 3/4″ Rigid Clamps and a wood screw. These claps are under $1 and work perfectly to attach the conduit to wood framing.


I spray painted mine black but they work nicely left silver as well. The conduit should resist rust for several years so it is perfect for use outdoors.


For rod lengths over 10′ you can use a 3/4″ Coupling at the center of the rod to connect two pieces of conduit. If you do this be sure to support the connection point on either side with a clamp. If you need to cut any of your lengths you can do so with a tubing cutter or see if the hardware store will cut it for you.


Now your ready to hang your curtains. Use the shower curtain rings just as you would if hanging a shower curtain and voilà!


Outdoor curtains at a small price that make a big impact!



Thrift Score Thursday No. 130


It’s #ThriftScoreThursday and time rock those thrifted goodies. This week I scored a great pair of Dixie furniture nightstands that with just a little bit of love were ready to go. When I spotted them in the thrift store they were sitting on the floor and looked like this.


I thought to myself those would be great with tapered legs added to them and as I checked the drawers to see if they were in good shape look what I found!


Only problem is the legs were two different lengths not a great look for a pair of nightstands and the tops had seen better days.


So I decided on a coat of white paint for the boxes only and did a little surgery on four of the legs cutting them off to match the other set.


Once it all came back together they made a perfect pair.


Now let’s have a closer look at what you found…


But first, for the newcomers let me explain just what #ThriftScoreThursday is. We want you to participate! Hit up your local thrift stores, craigslist, yard sales, estate sales, side of the road, anything! Thrifty doesn’t necessarily mean from a thrift store. We want to see your good deals, wacky finds and true treasures.

You can share your finds any day of the week but features are shared on our blogs and Instagram on Thursdays, but we’re all checking in on (and using!) the hashtag all week-long. So, when you see/find it, feel free to share it! And we love it when you tag your friends to play along, too!

Each week Cassie from Cassie Bustamante, Corinna from A Designer At Home, Brynne from The Gathered Home, myself and occasionally a guest-host will pick a few favorite thrift scores to feature on our blogs! Please note that by linking up with #ThriftScoreThursday, you are giving us permission to share your finds via social media or on our blogs.

My Favorites:

thisatticvintage couldn’t pass up this kitty cat cookie jar… It was missing the lid, but look what a nifty planter it makes. I love when people come up with creative new uses for found objects so they can live another life.


I love everything about this thrifty room from found_phoenix_restoration especially the mint condition Skovby Denmark teak table and J. L. Moller chairs. Great combination!


I feel a little responsible for srosen44 first embroidered picture purchase since she said I started her obsession. I have to say this one is a great start. Don’t we all want a house to looks like this picture?


jmwearing found this mcm recliner beside a dumpster at her local thrift store. She had to convince the manager to let her buy them even though they believed them unfit for sale because they had ripped cushions. I need to find this thrift store, sounds like they have some high standards!


Gotta love these finds!

Now don’t forget to stop by and check out all my co-hosts to see what they’ve been up and their favorite #ThriftScoreThursday finds.

Thrift-Score-Thursday-Brynne-colorBlog // Instagram

Thrift Score Thursday CassieBlog // Instagram

Thrift-Score-Thursday-Corinna-ADAHBlog // Instagram