The Shutters ReDo



Photo by Sara Pellegrino

I figured out what to do with my shutters. They were a bit too wobbly for a message board as the slats aren't as tight as they need to be and I didn't want to glue them or they'd loose their charm.  I decided to get rid of my coffee pictures above my table in the kitchen and instead hang these lovelies. After a good wash and take apart, they are all ready for a new life in my kitchen. It feels very beach-y along with the bead board and sandy colored walls. A little faux star fish and it's all good. Oh, and all for $10 bucks from the ReStore!
Photo by Sara Pellegrino
Photo by Sara Pellegrino
And who doesn't like a little reminder of the before....
Oh....the before.


I'm linking up at Debbies Newbie Party
I'm linking up at Carrie's Amaze Me Monday
I'm linking up to Metemorphisis Monday
I'm linking up to Amaze Me Monday
I'm linking up at Trash to Treasure Tuesday @ Sassy Sites
I'm linking up at Tuesdays Treasures
I'm linking up at Twice Owned Tuesday




I'm also entering the CSI Summertime Ideas Project here...click and come on over and see all the amazing projects!
I'm also linking up to A Creative Princess: It's a Party #3

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Comments

  1. How pretty! Thanks for sharing with my newbie party. Have fun.

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  2. Thanks! Just got the link up...whew! My computer wouldn't let me, but it's up now. Thanks for adding me in. I love your hair btw in your anniversary pic. Happy belated!

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  3. You just gave me an idea! Awesome! I LOVE shutters - and of course they MUST be real wood. I have blank walls and using shutters is a great idea. Thanks for sharing!! COming from MM.

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  4. Thanks Nan...you bet their real wood :) I feel the same. Thanks for your encouraging comment. I hope you find some great ones! Mind sharing pix if you do it

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  5. So cute! I love the starfish idea...thanks for sharing! I'm visiting from Debbiedoos and am now following you.

    Melanie
    youmadethat.blogspot.com

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  6. Love the starfish on the shutter! Great idea. Visiting from the newbie party and I'm now a new follower.

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  7. Hi there~ Love your pretty vignette! The simple look of the starfish on the shutter is wonderful! I host a decorating party at my blog on Fridays (link is up Thursday evening) and would love for you to come share sometime :)

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  8. love the shutters and how you have them displayed and the little starfish is so
    adorable.
    lauren

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  9. I grew up in an old house with lots of shutters and they bring back sweet memories. And the starfish is my favorite - because they are such survivors!
    Beautiful what you have created! So glad I found you at Debbie Doos :)

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  10. Thank you for such sweet comments today. I'm blessed and excited to visit you all :)

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  11. I'm visiting from Daydream living. You've done an excellent job of reminding me why it is I look for style blogs even though I do not practice it. Thanks.

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  12. Thanks for your kind comment. I'll be sure to stop by and visit your blog too :)

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  13. I love shutters and this is an adorable idea!

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  14. Ingenious idea! Great job...

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  15. So cute! Awesome job! I love crafting with old shutters. I hope you'll stop by and link up on Thursday! Actually, I'll be starting "It's a Party" tonight.
    www.acreativeprincess.blogspot.com

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  16. Love your shutter idea, so cute.. thank you for stopiing by my blog. I am your newset follower. Would love if you would follow back. Have a great day! Yes I am in this room all the time!

    Linda

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  17. I love this! Starfishes are my favorite!!

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  18. i love the simple and understated starfish- he makes a big impact.

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  19. Love these...very simple, yet so pretty and summery.

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  20. Thank you so much for linking up to "It's a Party"!

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  21. Wonderful find & redo! Love shutter decor! I didn't find any shutters at the 1st restore I visited but will eventually get around to checking my local store...

    -caroline @ c.w.frosting

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  22. The shutter really make a big impact...You draw the star fish so beautiful.

    window shutters clayton, ca

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  23. This is a simple and great work done with the shutters. I like it a lot.
    Rolling Shutters

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