March 30, 2021

Transformation Tuesday #20

I have a few fun Transformation Tuesday submissions to share today. I hate to always sound like I am begging you to please send me transformation photos, but... I am begging you to please send me transformation photos ;)  I really want to continue this weekly series! So remember, even if you think the drawer you just organized or your dog's new haircut or the sweater you repurposed isn't interesting enough to share, I promise you it is.

To submit a transformation, just email a before photo and an after photo to me at: katie (at) runsforcookies (dot) com. Include a description of the transformation, your name/location and what you like to do for fun. I'd love to see your pics!

Okay, here goes--these are some good ones...

I do a lot of cooking and baking and had a lot of trouble keeping spices organized.  Every so often I’d organize them but soon enough they would be back in a jumble.

I saw this method of organizing them on Instagram and knew this could work for me since I didn’t want them on a traditional rack on my counter.   The jars are from IKEA and have flat sides enabling them to lie down flat in the drawer.

- Diane

I wish I could take credit for this, but it was actually my crafty daughter, Sadie, that transformed this side table from a chipped ugly eyesore to the cute “marble”-topped table that brightens the whole room. All it took was a $9 roll of contact paper and patience.

- Rikilynn, a fellow Michigander

My husband had this enormous project to take care of. He hired a crew of Amish men to help him. They are awesome workers. So talented and ambitious.
- Karen

Diane, the spice drawer looks so nice--and so much easier to find what you're looking for! I had my spices so organized after I remodeled the kitchen, but they are a mess again. I love the flat jars--I could use those to organize all sorts of things.

Rikilynn, please tell your daughter that she is so talented! The table looks amazing. I can't believe that's contact paper! (I love the cat blanket, too--it looks like little Duck)

Karen, holy smokes! What a huge difference. It looks brand new--and I love the color. That's awesome your husband hired a crew of Amish men to help. They did a fantastic job!

Thank you so much for sharing your transformations :)

1 comment:

  1. Those are all great transformations!! Thanks for sharing!!


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