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A few items I always have around is chalk paint. I love the stuff in the spray can but also have a tub of it too. Oh, and I keep non-sanded tile grout handy to whip up my own DIY chalk paint (see the recipe below!). For this project I went to one of my go-to’s,
For the last several years I’ve suffered through a hodge-podge of stockings that match only in the sense that they are Christmas Stockings. This year I had enough and did something about it. Custom Stockings on a Budget. Ho Ho Ho! Expand and Read More The post Custom Stockings on a Budget appeared first on
I’ve been wanting to make a Birthday Board for a while now. And not for me, but for my amazing Mom who has 17 grand-kids and she ain’t done yet! This isn’t an original concept and there are tons of examples all over Pinterest. But I wanted mine to be a little bit different, and
I scour Pinterest and Pin’d tons of great cleaning tips to do later. One thing I did do was clean my fridge, because I found the BEST clean-fridge-tip EVER! I found this great tip, to use Glade’s Press ‘n Seal to line the brand new fridge’s shelves with. That way they would stay nice and sparkling
This was one of my favorite DIY projects to do for a few reasons. One, it took some garage-salin’ and thrift-store scouring to find my rolling pins. Two, I cut the pins and attach them to my board. Three, I just love love LOVE the way it turned out. Let me tell you how easy
It’s amazing what a little bit of paint can do to cheapo thrift store glass isn’t it? A little bit of color and a little bit of elbow-grease can produce a distressed piece of decor customized to your color scheme. Cheap. Easy. Fast. My fav kind of DIY projects. Check out how you can easily
One of my favorite parts of Christmas is reliving the traditions of my childhood. My parents blessed me with many MANY traditions including an ornament exchange. Every year we got together with a big group of cousins and traded ornaments. I still have many of these ready to be hanged in the tree this year.
It’s been a while since I shared a new soap recipe and I knew I wanted to make something new. I scoured Pinterest (shocking I know) and found lots of pretty lavender soaps although most were cold-pressed soaps. Not my forte. I’m a die-hard Melt & Pour girl. So I settled on trying to make
Most likely you have seen a DIY project like this on other blogs and definitely on Pinterest. However usually it is shown as a necklace holder but really it can be used for so much more. So grab a piece of scrap wood, a few decorative knobs and check out this easy tutorial. You’ll be