In early 2016 we had the opportunity to buy and help renovate a house, including finally getting the painted white kitchen cabinets I’d longed for for years. We desperately needed more space with seven children, and the idea of having all renovations done before we even moved in was a[Read more]
Continuing on my series of DIY decor that is low-cost or no-cost, learn how you can make this DIY felt rose Valentine heart wreath for under $10. Materials: Cardboard Foam Newspaper Duct tape Fabric to cover wreath form Felt Hot glue Scissors/hot glue gun. I started with cardboard from an[Read more]
If you’ve been pining after the hand-lettered canvas prints that are so popular right now, but your budget isn’t there for decor, you can do this on the cheap! Go to your nearest thrift store now or go to that closet or attic where you have that old oil painting[Read more]
If you have worn-out or thrifted shoes, some glitter, spray paint, and craft glue, you can make these ruby slippers easily in an afternoon.
I have been working on an entertainment unit. I received a free entertainment unit that was for an old tube television, so short and tall for the middle piece. I decided this was my opportunity for a built-in look unit at a fraction of the cost, read: Paint and time.[Read more]
I love projects with leftovers. My cute blue pine shiplap table had just two pieces left over from when my husband sliced off the edges lengthwise, and they were sitting in my garage waiting for the garbage can. First, I used the leftover pieces to sit under the legs of[Read more]
If you have an old kitchen table looking for new life, turn it into the farmhouse coffee table you’ve been wanting, and do it with shiplap! Joanna Gaines couldn’t have done it better herself! Do you ever find that you have something you can’t seem to give away, and then[Read more]
I saw a cute feather art canvas at the craft store recently and decided that although it would look adorable in my office, I could make it for a fraction of the cost.
My nephew called me the other day and asked if I could repair his quilt. I have only made a few attempts at quilting in my entire life, but I was willing to give it a go. He bought a puppy a few years ago, and the puppy had chewed[Read more]
This post contains affiliate links If you have ever felt like moving would solve your problems, like the next home would be the house where you could finally be settled, happy, and live the life you were meant to live, then this post is for you. Or if you already currently[Read more]