The season is changing, and I couldn’t be happier. Fall or Autumn (whichever you prefer) is my favorite time of the year. I love celebrating Halloween and Thanksgiving, and there are pumpkins and leaves everywhere! And let’s not forget about Pumpkin Spice drinks. In honor of the season, I have compiled a list of my […] … Continue reading Friday Favorites: DIY Fall Pumpkin Crafts – a re-blog!
I recently had an idea on how to fill an empty corner of my office without spending a dime. This involved an empty wood spool upcycled into a seasonally decorated side table. The spool I had in mind was a smaller spool, and it was just sitting in a warehouse waiting to be hauled to the dumpster. Of course, my upcycling senses kicked in! How could I let such a useful object be hauled off?
Just as we prepare our houses and wardrobes for the long months of winter, our gardens require preparations that will not leave them crying out for help once the season is over. There are many DIY projects to complete in your garden before winter that won’t require spending any money on new tools or products, and they are not time-consuming either.
I was recently given an old handmade decorative shelf, so I'm sharing the results of my first attempt chalk painting an antique wax finish to give this old shelf a makeover. While I've chalk painted several projects, I've always done the clear or white wax, so the antique look is a first for me!
Engage in amazing DIY projects for your bedroom this weekend because it totally deserves a makeover. You might not really think much about it, but your bedroom is your safe haven; it's like your place of refreshing when the world takes its toll on you. For me, it's where I go to to regroup whenever I'm out … Continue reading DIY Projects That Will Enhance Your Bedroom
Maple bacon corn muffins are a treat for a cool fall morning. I bake them on Sunday morning and serve them piping hot. You get 18 muffins out of one batch, leaving plenty of muffins left over to keep on hand for a quick weekday morning breakfast.
Whether you’re tight on budget or just can’t keep up with the rapid fire holiday changes, this wreath is cheap, easy, and will last through November. Last week I was eating corn dogs and watching the big wheel at the state fair, now suddenly it’s pumpkin spice and oversized scarves and my door still has spring white flowers on it! That’s so last season, literally! Hasn’t it heard you can’t wear white after labor day?
As 2017 slowly makes its way out the door, new trends are starting to emerge and hints of 2018 are threatening to engulf everyday life. Sure, we have a few months before we really starting bringing in the new year, but when it comes to trends, it’s always good to be ahead of the game.
In our world today, no two words have ever been more opposite than "DIY Projects" and "Teenagers". I mean, let's face it, why would a teen want to get down and dirty in the backyard when there are lots of cool stuff online to check out, friends to chat with on social media, and amazing … Continue reading DIY Projects You Should Teach Your Teen
Peanut Butter Fruit and Pretzel dip is a no cook recipe that's easy to take to your tailgate or football party this weekend! This tasty dip only has 3 ingredients so you can whip it up with very little prep work.