Easter really got away from me this year! I had grand plans for a brunch…that I will use next year ha ha! That doesn’t mean we won’t have a festive table. Read on to see my plan B.
The transition from winter to spring happens a little different depending on where you live. Read on to see how I made my winter container garden ready for spring.
Dried flowers are easy to display in your home year-round. For spring wreath ideas, check out the two ways I re-purposed my bouquets in wreaths.
Do you have an old home? Does your home have old windows with weights? If you have windows without stop trim and need to replace the sash cord, or if you just just like old windows, read on for the tutorial.
Have you been crafting or tackling projects during the cold weather? I tried an easy sentimental project that would fit in a gallery wall or would be perfect to gift! Read on to see.
Despite the tumult of 2020, there were definitely silver linings like more family time, slower pace, and some fantastic vintage finds! Read on to see some of my favorite finds.
Have you joined in on the houseplant craze? We have amassed a small collection. I especially love the versatility of succulents. They are pretty low maintenance. Read on for steps to potting them and some tips I’ve learned over the years.
A guide to building a banquette from a cabinet base and butcher block- a project that fulfilled a major wish list item for me!
Do you have some cardboard? In the age of online shopping the answer is most likely yes. Keep reading to see how you can make some easy DIY cardboard art!