Reclaimed wood headboards aren’t a new idea; really great examples have been spotted in homes of all styles in recent years. But this reclaimed wood headboard stands outt. It’s not only easy to DIY — it’s a fun way to display art, too. Here’s how you can get a similar look for your home. Ilse […] … Continue reading DIY Reclaimed Barn Wood Headboard – ReBlog!
I know it’s only August, but for whatever reason I have had a hankering for something pumpkin. This seemed the perfect time to try the recipe I have seen all over Pinterest for 2 ingredient Pumpkin spice cookies. Sandie via Pumpkin Spice Cookies — Oh Yes, They Did
Here are some pitfalls to avoid when you build a raised bed garden. The internet is filled with articles on "how to build a raised bed garden," as a topic, but they often lack specific information that you need after you've built the bed. Raised bed gardens are extraordinarily popular with both experienced gardeners and … Continue reading 5 Pitfalls To Avoid When Building A Raised Bed Garden
Exciting things are happening at DIY Home & Garden. Here we grow again! We have some changes coming, and we wanted to update our readers on why you aren't seeing new content daily.
The Liebster Award is a fun, social way for new blogs to put their name out into the blogging community with the goal of getting a few looks. I was nominated by Billi-Jean of Vintage Cookbook Shelf. I enjoyed her recent post "Happy Canada Day." While I am an American, I grew up in Erie, PA … Continue reading My Liebster Award Nomination Better Late Than Never
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Jalapeno Pimiento Cheese is a southern classic with a delicious and zesty twist! This is one of my husband's favorite sandwiches. Every southern woman has a family recipe for Pimiento Cheese. It's a staple in most southern households. That used to be unfortunate for my hubby. You see, he married himself a Pennsylvania Yankee who … Continue reading Jalapeno Pimiento Cheese: A Southern Classic With A Zesty Twist
DIY raised beds can give you instant gratification. Growing your own food is one of the most satisfying things a gardener can do. If you would like to transform your garden into a productive and beautiful place that can provide for you and your household, one of the things you will have to do is think about creating the growing spaces required.
As summer continues, I am shifting focus to prepare the garden for fall vegetables that I will plant soon. Here are 4 tips on turning your summer garden into a fall vegetable harvest.
I've long been wanting to upcycle a broken chair into a planter for my yard. I have one particularly bare spot in my front flower bed that needed a good bit of color. Unfortunately, it gets full sun, during the hottest part of the day and nothing seems to thrive in this spot.