Lately, I’ve been trying to craft away the winter blues. Maybe if I make enough spring decor, Mother Nature will get the hint? Crafting never hurt. Together we can try. Make your own DIY Easter banner and bring some spring to your home. Make Your Own DIY Easter Banner This post contains affiliate links. By
Even though it’s still cold outside, I spend a lot of time dreaming about spring. Warm weather means being able to work outside and hear the frogs croaking. I’m so ready for it. Warm weather also means planning on small ways to spruce up my outdoor areas by adding some decor to my small porch.
Photo transfer medium is cool. I feel like there are a ton of possibilities with the stuff that I haven’t even thought of yet. While I was making my vintage style galvanized buckets, I was also working on another project. I wanted to see if photo transfer medium would work of fabric. Today I’m sharing
We had 2 amazing warm days here in Maryland and now it’s cold again. It’s officially that time of year where I’m over winter. Come on spring! It might be cold outside again, but there’s no reason that I can’t bring spring to the indoors! Paper crafting is a budget friendly way to make your
Spring is in the air. Which is weird because it’s February. But I’m sitting here listening to birds singing and frogs croaking. Naturally, my mind has turned to spring decorating. I don’t always decorate for specific holidays, but I love adding small touches here and there. Bringing freshly cut greenery is a budget friendly way
About 10 years ago, my husband and I went on a ski trip in Calabria, Italy. Calabria is a tiny town in southern Italy best known for being the home of the children’s book, Strega Nona. My son stayed with a friend and I hit the gift shops to find him a toy to prove
Can you believe that 2017 is coming to an end? Time flies when you’re having fun! And 2017 was a very fun year for me. After 3 years of owning my house, I feel like this is the year that we finally made progress on it. I spent most of the year creating and it
When thrifting, do you ever run across cool frames with *ahem* not cool art? I do all the time. Recently I came across 2 Syroco frames with dusty florals that just weren’t that cute. So I made them into chalkboard. Keep reading to learn how to make a DIY chalkboard with a vintage frame. This
Thanksgiving is next week, so I’m in full planning mode. Trying to pare down the menu from the 36 appetizers that my family wants, convincing them that veggies are needed, etc. We’re a small family who lives far from our extended family, but I still try to make it memorable. I love setting a pretty
It’s getting to be that time of year: Christmas! I know it’s the beginning of November, but it’s not too early to start thinking about handmade gifts if you’re into that kind of thing. In my house, I’ve had Christmas on the brain for so long (shop prep) that I almost forgot about Halloween. Haha.