I’m back for our monthly DIY Housewives party, this months theme is all about the great outdoors. We are sharing everything from gardening, landscaping and DIY projects, a little something for everyone! I decided to share our outdoor fireplace, simply because living in San Diego this is something we can enjoy year around.
I’m super excited to bring you 11 beautiful DIY kitchen hacks on a budget today! This is a new series I will be taking part in where us bloggers will be sharing everything DIY once a month, this months topic is kitchens! A big thanks so Julie from Redhead Can Decorate for inviting me along! So if you are new here, welcome! Our kitchen was the very first thing I posted on my blog 6 years ago, wow does time fly! It was a project my husband and I were extremely proud of and has been featured in Better Homes and Gardens. Now, if you walked into my kitchen today, you sadly won’t see the same kitchen that I’m sharing with you today, I’ll explain later in the post.
Hello friends, I am so excited to bring you the top 10 posts of 2015! Most importantly, I want to pause and thank you for taking the time to read our blog and for being a part of our everyday lives! I am lucky to call so many of you friends, many I have met in real life and there are so many more of you I can’t wait to meet in the future! So just a great big thank you for being here!
I had so much more to say, which was written down, really it was. However after writing for 4 hours and loosing every single dot, letter, photo, link, exclamation mark, love and gratitude to all of my amazing readers to the dark hole of the www and having a really really hard day with my mom and grandmother…sadly this is it…..Oh and really long run on sentences….Thank you for not judging as I re-write this post at 10:00 pm….the night before….
Hi there, my name is Kristi and I blog at Chatfield Court, where I share fun and easy DIY projects as well as the home improvement projects that we’ve done while fixing up our small 1950’s brick ranch. I’m honored to be here to guest post at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia. I’ve been reading Kristin’s blog for many years, way before I started my blog, so it’s a real thrill to guest post for her while she’s spending the holidays with her family.