About a month ago, I was fortunate enough to do a guest post for Today’s Creative Life and in case you missed it, I wanted you to see this easy peasy upcycle project.
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Recently I was at a thrift store, okay I’m there a lot, and came upon this cute little galvanized bucket for $1.00. Ummmm, yeah….I’ll take that off your hands!
DIY FARMHOUSE BUCKET
Now the label isn’t really my style but farmhouse is (you can read more about our decorating differences HERE).
I could have spent awhile trying to scrap it off, and I think that would have worked, but I really didn’t have a ton of time to do that. I also wasn’t sure it would leave scratches on the bucket.
Burlap to the rescue. I mean when isn’t burlap the answer?
There were a few scraps leftover in the craft room so why not use them to cover up the label?
I just cut squares from the scrap burlap and frayed the edges a bit.
Attaching the burlap patches with a hot glue gun to the can made for simple work.
All the supplies I had so it didn’t cost anything other than the $1.00 thrifted item.
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