Five Minute Friday: Tomato Cage Decorative Christmas Tree.
Happy day after Thanksgiving y’all. I hope it was a warm joyful day for each of you. Even though the weather was a little iffy yesterday we had a wonderful time … Continue reading →
Five Minute Friday: Thrift Store Cake Stand.
Guys, how is it already Friday? Time is just flying by, maybe it is the lack of sun. I don’t do well in the dark winter. Is anyone else like … Continue reading →
Five Minute Friday: DIY Vine Wreath
I love the vines that grow all over this old house we live in. In the fall the leaves turn all the perfect shades of red and yellow and orange. … Continue reading →
Mason Jar Bathroom Orginizer
This project will only take you the time it takes to track down a great mason jar and a glass insulator. What is a glass insulator you might ask. Glass … Continue reading →
Five Minute Friday: Hudson Bay Blanket Pillow
Last Saturday morning (which just happened to be on of the hottest days of the year) I did a little garage sale free-styling (I have been binge watching to much … Continue reading →
Five Minute Friday: Trash Can Makeover.
This week for Five Minute Friday I do a quick makeover on my Office Trash Can. Trust me it needed it. I inherited this trash can on one of my … Continue reading →
DIY Pallet Signs.
I have mentioned a stack of Pallets that The Hubs and I acquired about a year ago. They have been super useful for so many projects; our patio furniture, a book … Continue reading →
Independence Day Flowers!
If you didn’t know yet I love flowers. When I started planning my wedding a couple of years ago I didn’t really know what I wanted, except that I wanted … Continue reading →
Make your own Slate Tray from old wood and chalk paint.
One of the things I have really wanted for a long time is a slate tray to use for serving cheese and fruit when we have wine nights. But if … Continue reading →
DIY Tea Cup Succulents.
This is a gift I gave my mom for Mothers Day. It is amazingly simple and the neat thing is, if your mom doesn’t have a green thumb you can … Continue reading →