Are you ready for some great holiday inspiration? Talk of the Town #200 is here! I would love to take this time to thank you all for sharing with us each week, it means a lot to me. Remember, we’re still looking for someone to co-host with us! Will it be you?
I love bonfires and campfires! I don’t love stuffing tons of newspaper or chemical logs to get a good hot fire started. I made some awesome fire starters out of wood shavings. Check out out the details about making your own fire starters on the blog.
Only one more week to go till we’re at party #200! Welcome to #199. I love all the wonderful projects and recipes you share every week. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! What’s your favorite this week?
I’m joining my awesome woodworking friends with a special challenge–gift ideas! I used tree branches and logs to make horizontal and vertical candle holders. Bonus!! Easy ring box made from a branch for that special day!
Are you like me, always searching for a scrap piece of paper and a pen? This inside the cabinet rolled paper memo is the perfect solution. Make your notes and lists and just rip off the paper and you’re good to go. Step by step directions on how to make one for yourself.
hey, hey, hey! It’s time for our 198th edition of Talk of the Town! Only 2 more till we’re at #200! So many Fall ideas and recipes for you. Be sure to check out the links for great ideas.
I have a great simple sofa table makeover to share with you today. This roadside find still has a lot of years left to give. All it takes is a little paint, stain and TLC. I’ll show you the easiest way to get a perfect fresh look.
This very fun and easy project will make you smile–oh wait that’s me! I love all shades of blue, but don’t really need beachy or coastal decor. I still want to add something to this project, so I’m looking for your advice about how I should finish it off. If you do a lot of framing I have the tool you need to put on your wish list!
Talk of the Town #197 is here! Yep, it’s Tuesday night, so we’re back with fun stuff to get your juices flowing.
A broken bi-fold door (or shutter) makes an awesome DIY Welcome Sign for your porch or patio. Perfect for anytime of the year. Step by step directions with lots of paint tips!
How to make a craft show chalkboard using a vintage ladder to display it. A thrift store artwork frame is the perfect option to use as a large chalkboard space. With so much room, you will have area to write needed information or add an open/closed sign like I did. Lots of DIY tips and tidbits included so you can make your own chalkboard.
Talk of the Town #196 is live and ready to inspire you with great projects and Fall Recipes.