This is the third installment of the Thrift Challenge and we don't want to do it alone... we want YOU to participate with us this time! It will involve thrifting, crafting, submitting a few photos, and potentially winning a grand prize! (more details below)
This month Dina challenged us with making a three-tiered stand like this one from Pottery Barn:
But we don't need to make it exactly like the Pottery Barn version. It can be made of any thrifted materials (bowls, plates, baskets, etc.), the only rule is that it has three tiers. Here's some more retail inspiration:
And for even more inspiration, check out my 3-Tier Display Pinterest board.
1 | All materials in your project must be thrifted (except for glue, nails, etc.)
2 | Their must be (3) three tiers to the stand
3 | You do NOT need to have a blog or website to participate.
4 | Leave me a note in the comments or send me an email at somethingtobefound(at)gmail.com to let me know you're participating.
5 | Be Creative!!!
SUBMISSION & VOTING DETAILS
1 | Submit 2-3 quality photos via email to somethingtobefound(at)gmail.com NO LATER than Monday, March 24th at 5pm. Include your name, where you're from, your blog or website address (if you have one), details on where you thrifted your items from and how much they cost, and a brief "how-to" on how you put it together.
2 | Photos from each participant will be posted here on the blog on Wednesday March 26th
3 | Online voting will be open from Wednesday March 26th through Sunday March 30th.
4 | The winner will be announced and featured here on the blog Tuesday, April 1st
5 | The winner will receive a custom, hand-painted sign and pom pom garland!
I hope you'll join me in this month's thrift challenge! And don't forget to leave a comment or send me an email if you're participating -- it will make my day!!
Dina is also doing a reader challenge this month and guess what, you can participate in that one too and have a chance at another awesome giveaway! Head on over to Dina's Days to see what fashionable outfit I challenged her and her readers to try and recreate.