We haven't done much in the way of decorating the home we live in currently. It's more or less in functional mode. If it works, it stays, otherwise our home is very basic which allows for a lot more room for our family to exist. That doesn't mean, however that we are devoid of those little accents that define a space. Here are just a few of the handmade accents that are tucked here and there around our home.
|Our welcome wreath I constructed out of an old sweater, vintage sheets, vintage buttons, and an old table cloth, oh and a piece of wood I found on one of my outdoor outings.|
|My favorite sun flower pillow. Not made by me, but was a handmade gift to me from my grandmother. Handmade gifts always carries the deepest meaning to me.|
|These three craft wreaths I found at a thrift store for 30 cents each. I strung them up with more of that vintage bed sheet.|
|Two discarded mirrors I found when we moved into our home. Nothing that a little paint, a doily, and some glue couldn't fix.|
|Our little recycled sweater bird ornament adorns one of our bedroom doors|
|A recycled Salsa jar, wrapped in wire and gifted a sparse bouquet of dried lavender makes our guest bathroom a quaint little nook.|
Do you have handmade accents in your home?