All Things Vintage

Welcome to All Things Vintage! This is where I like to share some of our recent projects, some fun projects from the web and a little bit of what we have been up to! Thanks for stopping by 😊

spring is in the air!

Can you smell spring in the air where you are? We are just starting to get hints of warmer weather, birds singing loudly in the mornings and new growth on our shrubs.

If you are like me, you are getting excited about spring!

BTW, Delaware is supposed to get a snow shower this weekend!

Here are some of our recent projects!

You won’t beleive what this serving tray looked like when I brought it home from the thrift store of 50 cents! Click the image to see!

Just click the images to see the post!

Organ stools are such an easy beginner upholstery project. You will be inspired to go thrifting for one when you see these adorable stools!

See the hutch on the right? It didn’t start out looking like that. In fact, it went from the original wood, to green paint, to white paint and then finally to black paint! This time we got it just right!

Facebook Live

Recently, I was asked to join the content creator team at Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint! I’ve loved this paint for years and it’s so exciting to be a part of helping to spread the word about the amazing paint they offer!

This week was my first Facebook Live on the Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint Facebook Page! It was so much fun to share how to make this adorable spring wreath!

Can you guess what I used to make it? Click the image below to watch and find out!

fun home decor podcast

Here is a fun podcast. If you like to hear English ladies talk and laugh, you’ll enjoy this podcast. Sophie and Kate discuss all sorts of things about home decor.

In this episode, they discuss whether or not gallery walls are going by the way side. The ladies share their own thoughts on gallery walls and laugh all the way through their conversation. 😊

Click the image below to listen in!

from the web

I came across some fun finds across the web this week and they are all spring related! Come on spring! Check out the links below and tell them Cindy sent ya’!

Each blogger that I just mentioned above represents a hard-working, creative and smart woman who desires to share her knowledge to inspire others. This is a special community like no other and I am blessed to be a small part of it!

Until next time…

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  1. I just wanted to let you know that your blog is my favorite and I have subscribed to many blogs over the years! You are always so creative in your makeovers and explain things so it all looks doable. As a fellow Delawarean though, I want to know where you get all your fabulous finds!

    1. Hi Joan! Thanks for your kind words about our blog, It made my day and I really appreciate it! We are located in the southern third of Delaware. We have awesome thrifting here – Goodwill, Salvation Army, and local shops as well. Of course, we are huge fans of Wilson’s Auction and yard sales too! Hope that helps – happy thrifting!

  2. That tray you made is so pretty! I read your sentence wrong about the podcast ladies sharing their own ideas on gallery walls and I thought they were sharing their own gallery walls… I thought, HOW??? LOL! Thanks for the shout-out, dear friend! Hugs, and have a great weekend!

    1. Haha! That’s funny Julie! It’s a fun podcast to listen to. Hope you have a great weekend!

  3. I just loved your wreath you did on the Facebook Live. Big congrats to you on that! You always have so many inspiring words and projects on your blog. Happy Sunday, friend! xo

    1. Thanks for watching the FB Live for Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint! It’s an exciting opportunity. Blessings to you my friend!😊

  4. Hopefully now that the clocks changed we get warmer weather.

    The weather has been crazy in NJ

    1. The same here in Delaware Cindy! Yesterday was gorgeous and today is gloomy!