About Me

Potholes and Pantyhose is written by me, Rebekah Greiman. I'm a vintage gal stuck in a modern world. I am a writer and photographer by trade, but have an inordinate of love for all things crafty, anything involving food, creating one of a kind outfits and remodeling our rent houses and our house. 

I happen to be married to the most wonderful musician husband who helps me out from time to time in my creative endeavors. Between rock and roll shows, pouring concrete steps, baking pies, you might find my weirdo sense of humor inserted here and there into my blog. And a few pictures of cats. But they are really cute cats, mind you.

 

 

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On: How to: Make a Dining Room Table from Reclaimed Wood (for $50!) (Post)

Thanks, Nancy!~Rebekah

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On: How to: Make Decorative Throw Pillows from Recycled Sweaters (Post)

Frani- Both sweaters were cotton, I believe. 

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On: How to: Make Simple, Organic DIY Lip Balm for 25¢ (Post)

Jaymi- This recipe makes about 25+ tubes of chapstick. I...

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On: How to: Make Simple, Organic DIY Lip Balm for 25¢ (Post)

Aurora- Sweet Almond Oil is soothing to the ol lips,...

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Cindy- I bought a lot of my ingredients from: http://bulkapothecary.com/...

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How to: Make Easy and Elegant DIY Concrete Planters

By: Rebekah-greiman Jul 31, 2013


To the uninitiated, concrete might seem a bit intimidating. But, it's got all kinds of fun, design-y uses in home decor projects. These planter project is inexpensive, easy to create and a great way to learn your way around working with a bag of the heavy stuff.  Just be sure to get someone to help you carry… Continue Reading

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How to: Keep Out Garden Pests with DIY Row Protectors

By: Rebekah-greiman May 28, 2013

As with all gardens, protecting your seedlings and plants from evil predators is a top priority. Evil predators like this:

Look at this devilish little nibbler. He must be stopped.  Continue Reading

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