These dumplings are usually made with stone fruits, which make for a really yummy summer dessert!
Great strides have been made! And then, a hiccup, possibly a huge hiccup. So what do you do to work through a problem? I move onto another item on my list. Read on to see updates and a staining project.
No matter where you buy your peony flowers, be it a grocery store, farmer’s market, or even faux, they are fun to arrange. Read on to see easy ways to show off your blooms.
Week 5 already! I sort of see the light at the end of the tunnel. The retaining wall is really shaping up and it’s time to shop for plants! Keep reading and let me know what you like!
Things are getting real messy. To stay out of the way of the wall being built, I transplanted plants from the back to the front. Let’s see what else is going on, shall we?
Summer entertaining should be easy, don’t you think? Read on for some fuss-free ideas to celebrate the 4th or any other summer festivities.
Whenever you do home renovations, it helps to find ways to save money. Read on to see ways you can save money when it comes to concrete work.
Are you curious how week two of our very first One Room Challenge is going?? Click the title above or “Read More” below.
This is my first time participating in this event! I am nervous and excited. Let’s dive in shall we?
Our home was built in 1929 and we love all the charm older homes have. Unfortunately for us, ours was extensively remodeled in the 1960s. Keep reading to see how we used modern materials to add back some vintage charm.
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.
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 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.