noun: reincharmation: an old, unused item that has been transformed and given charming, new life and purpose.
broken down dressers, bookshelves, cupboards and tables get
cleaned, fixed, painted and embellished with new hardware. Where vintage globes become lamps, old crates become shelving or a side table, or an old window, barn wood and pallets become wall art.
second-hand embroidery hoops get turned into pretty fabric art, doily dreamcatchers or seasonal wreaths. Where scraps of lace, yarn or string are mixed with feathers and wood to become wall hangings, or car charms. Where an old, cracked guitar becomes a night light, or its case becomes a
cute shelf or jewelry rack.
bits of map, old postage stamps or vintage working typewriter prints inspiring little words or messages adorning a unique pendant or bracelet. Where scraps of leather, bits of metal, and findings from outdated jewelry pieces become new stylish earrings, necklaces or bracelets. Where beat up,
second-hand belts become trendy leather cuffs.