Speaking of Anna & Elsa, I’ve also been busy with a few sewing projects. Let me preface this by saying that if I had a sewing blog it would be called “the lazy seamstress”. I love making stuff with fabric, you know… sewing… but I hate measuring and pinning and making sure everything lines up […]
So yesterday I posted my before and after picture of my fireplace remodel. Here are a few more pictures of the step-by-step process from beginning until the beautiful end. I used AirStone, available from Lowes, in the Spring Creek color. It took a few weekends to complete the entire thing; but that’s because I had […]
It’s only a month to Valentine’s Day and if you’re looking for a great gift idea for the entire family then look no further than these I Love You Because frames. You can download my free printable here and then spend the entire year sharing what you love about your family.
Since I shared Kiley’s Upcycled Crib Rail Book Sling the other day I thought I’d share the rest of her purplicious room. I painted the dresser myself using a can of white paint and a can of dark purple paint. I mixed it myself adding more and more white with each drawer. Upcycled Crib Rail […]
I wanted to share a project I finally completed last year. I took the side rails from our old crib and upcycled them into a book sling for Kiley’s room. I started off strong taking pictures and documenting my process and then I was just winging it so I, of course, have no documentation of […]
The other day I shared my Mini Liquor Bottle Advent Calendar that I created for my husband this year. This is a picture of the Wine Advent Calendar that a friend of mine made for me last year. She used the mini wine bottles that come in a 4 pack. SaveSave SaveSave
Last year a friend of mine created a Wine Advent Calendar for me (I’ll share a picture tomorrow). This year I had the idea to create an Advent Calendar for my husband using miniature liquor bottles. I’m excited for him get to open a different type of booze every day. First, go and print my […]
This is a little project that the kids and I whipped up for Mother’s Day this year. It was super easy and the kids had fun helping me make them. Supply List: 1 plate, 1 bowl, 1 long threaded bolt, 4 washers, 4 nuts, ribbon or twill, silicone glue, drill. Note: I can’t tell you […]
This was a little something I put together for the teachers for the first day of school. I got the idea for the kits from here and here. I had a few empty paint cans laying around and used those to hold everything. They were a big hit!!!