I used a reclaimed wooden spindle to make a Christmas Tree Card Holder. Using twisted wire ups the game and makes this an easy project you can do in an afternoon.
How to update a thrift store pedestal bowl using paint, glaze and a stipple effect. The stipple effect is done with a chip brush and helps to hide the brush strokes of paint and glaze.
Yummy, Yummy, Yummy! So many delicious recipe features. I’m loving all the great DIY features and a big welcome back to our friend Korrie from Red Hen Home. You’ll love her vanity project!
You may not know this, but up until this year, I’ve never been a camper. Sure, I went to the “lake” a few times when I was a teenager and stayed in a mobile home with friends’. But actually traveling around from campground to campground has been an eye opening experience. Camping with dogs has been a new experience too!
How to make a peppermint patty platter! It’s so easy and inexpensive to make. You could make a large one, or several smaller ones, or both!!! I love how this turned out and would love to make more very soon. I may even mix colors of peppermints!
oh how I love this week’s features for Talk of the Town! All of them are so inspiring! It’s hard for me to choose just one project and recipe each week from all the awesome entries!
I was cleaning out the garage this past week and came across the old top to my kitchen island. As I was taking the boards apart I knew it was the perfect specimen for an oversized stepstool for the bedroom closet. After one board was removed, it was the perfect size to make a…
Good lighting is important to me. As I get older, reading, crafting and playing games is much easier on my eyes when my home is well lit. In dim lighting situations it’s more difficult to see. I’m sharing tips and tricks for making the best of your indoor and outdoor lighting with Cree light bulbs.
Talk of the Town features are up! How to make a wreath in FIVE minutes! Count me in! Plus yummy recipes and other easy crafts to inspire you!
How to make a tall outdoor We Are Thankful sign out of reclaimed lumber. This is an easy afternoon project that will make you smile every time you see it. It’s the perfect reminder that we should be thankful for what we have.
How to make a drawer front hook rack using a broken dresser drawer and inexpensive Fleur De Lis coat hooks. This easy project only uses basic tools and paint. Don’t throw away those broken dresser drawers!
Welcome back to Talk of the Town! First, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts! DIY Wood Christmas Gift Tags Christmas Cookie Sheet Upcycled Memo Board Twin Bed Bench Easy Headboard Bench Tutorial French Provincial Side Table Makeover How To Get SOLD On The…