So I’m finally ready to spill the beans, some very exciting news to share with all of you! Better Homes and Gardens special interest publications magazine is coming to photograph our kitchen for an upcoming issue in early April! When I started this little blog of mine it was a way to document our projects around the… Read More
Southern Living I really am fortunate to live by so many wonderful people that I don’t call my neighbors I call them my friends. We look out for each other, we travel together, we watch each others kids, we support each other, it really is a wonderful thing. I know how blessed we are and it really wouldn’t matter if… Read More
Today I’m going to show you how to make your own homemade fruit and Vege wash. with 2 simple ingredients. Did you ever see the Dr OZ show that showed what happened to your fruit before it hit the grocery store display? Well, I thought I was pretty good about washing my fruits and vege’s…Now nothing gets put in the… Read More
I’m taking a little break from projects this week while I have company in town. Something that unfortunately doesn’t get put on the back burner is cleaning. I figured I would focus a little bit of time this week on how I keep my house clean while keeping our planet in mind. Let me start by saying I’m one of… Read More
I’m telling you, I love IKEA simply because they sell inexpensive items that can so simply be hacked. My latest find is this UNG DRILL ornate frame for $25, it looks more like $100. They sell the best starter items that can so easily be turned into your own beautiful custom designs! I’ve seen people transform this frame to all… Read More
I’m sure you have seen these awesome antique keys floating around the web. Restoration Hardware sells their version for just $199.00 GASP! ~Here is my $8 version~ Old Picture Pulled picture out and kept frame Added burlap to the back and used a combo of tacky glue and a piece of black thread to keep the… Read More
Today I’m going to show you how to completely transform the look of a headboard with paint. With light sanding, primer and paint, I was able to take this dark headboard and turn it into a light and airy french inspired piece.