I have been a busy little bee in the workshop lately, so busy in fact that I've struggled to find time to write new posts! Now that the holiday season is almost upon us, I thought I'd better share these little projects with you. First, a simple Dollar Tree project. They have this cute little … Continue reading Budget Christmas Decor Projects
Along with making the new wreaths I shared in my last post, I have also been giving the wreaths that I have used for years much needed makeovers. Beyond that, I've actually gone into the attic and retrieved all of my florals and garlands to see what sort of refreshing I could do to them … Continue reading Budget Christmas Wreath Pt. 2
Lately I have been slightly addicted to watching YouTube videos of people making Christmas decor out of items purchased at the dollar store; I'm a little obsessed with the idea and I decided I needed to try it myself. So here is what I made using dollar store items. Full disclosure: I used at least … Continue reading Budget Christmas Wreath Pt. 1
Figuring out all the details and making this Christmas wreath was so much fun!
The air is crisp and cool...time to break out those fall decorations!
Boy does summer get busy! I intended to write this a couple of weeks ago but apparently I've had other things to do. I love sitting on my deck, aka my Happy Place. It's my favorite spot to spend time. During the summer anything I can do from eating to working, I do out on … Continue reading Happy Place Upgrade
Last year I bought a couple of inexpensive but really cute tables at a store called 5 Below. Everything in the store is, you guessed it, 5 dollars or less. I still really like them, but the great outdoors was not very kind to them and left them looking faded and a bit rusty. I … Continue reading Patio Table Project
It's amazing what a little paint, contact paper and elbow grease can do for a space.
My entryway has been a room I have struggled with for quite some time. It just never seemed to function the way I wanted it to; there was never enough storage, the layout always seemed awkward and it was dark and gloomy (The gloom could have been caused by the burgundy paint, lol...I went through … Continue reading Entryway Up-Cycle
This has been one of the most challenging and most rewarding projects I have taken on to date. I turned an old entertainment center into a play kitchen for my granddaughter. (Thank you Pinterest for the inspiration!) I had been gathering supplies for quite some time and I finally found a suitable entertainment center at … Continue reading Kid Kitchen Up-cycle