Archives for March 2017

Affordable Gift Ideas & Thoughtful Tips| My Favorites for the Farmhouse Kitchen

When it comes to gift giving, it’s the thought that really counts, right?  Let’s not confuse affordable gift ideas with just being cheap, because it’s totally possible to give a really thoughtful gift without spending a fortune.

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Succulent Terrarium Tutorial Inexpensive Gift, Home or Coffee Shop Decor

My daughter has been wanting to make a succulent terrarium, but she has very limited space in her bedroom. She’s been on the lookout for a cute small size container, and I found the perfect one! I was in a thrift store a few days ago and spotted the most adorable single serving coffee pot. She loves coffee with a passion, so I knew this would make the perfect container for a mini succulent terrarium. I made a video, so you can {Read More}

Spring Has Sprung! |Talk of the Town #64

HAPPY SPRING! I want to just shout that from the rooftops! I feel like I come alive when winter is officially over, and thankfully, we’ve been getting spring-like weather in my neck of the woods.  I hope you are too, and our features this week will really help you get your spring on. Welcome back to Talk of the Town! First, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts! DIY Spring Projects and Free {Read More}

Spring Cleaning Sale From My House to Yours

We don’t get enough traffic down our gravel road to have a yard sale, so I decided to have an online spring cleaning sale instead. If you’ve been following my blog for long, you know I make projects.  I make lots and lots of projects. Some of them I keep; some I use for awhile, then want to switch them out for something new. Spring is a great time to make changes, so I’m moving things out and would like to {Read More}

Weekending | 15 Spring Projects to Welcome the Season

I know some parts of the US have gotten nasty weather lately and it doesn’t seem like it’s almost spring, but working on some spring projects is a great way to pass the time until it really feels like spring. I’ve rounded up 15 ideas to get you started! Last year I made this Flower Seed Packets Home Sign and it’s time to hang it up again.  I added coat hooks on the sides to hang small buckets, so it’s not just {Read More}

Farmhouse Projects That Multi-Task

Are you a multitasker?  If multitasking was an illness, then I’d have a terminal case of it.  I’m always doing two things at once, and I try to make my farmhouse projects do more than one thing, too. No lazy projects in my house – they all have to work hard to earn their keep. Does this rustic shelf look familiar? Well, it started out as the prototype for the base of my DIY rustic handled crate. It was just a dry {Read More}

Spring Garden Decorating in the Farmhouse Guest Room

It’s less than a week until the first day of spring, so I removed all traces of winter from my guest house and decorated with a fresh spring garden theme. I loved my woodland winter theme, but I’m so over winter!

Talk of the Town #63

Even though we got a really cold streak the last few days, I have spring fever and have been decorating my guest room this week.  I can’t wait to share all the changes tomorrow, so be sure to come see them, but now it’s time to see what others have been working on!

I’m the Keeper of First Moments

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc., and its advertiser, Walmart Family Mobile. All opinions are mine alone. #YourTaxCash #CollectiveBias The first smile, the first tooth, the first steps. As parents, we remember those important first moments in our children’s lives. We remember the first time they stayed all night with a friend, then wanted to come back home. We remember the first time they tried to roller skate and had to hold our hands to stay upright. {Read More}

How to Make a Rustic Farmhouse Wooden Drawer Centerpiece Tray Out of Pallet Wood

Over my years of being a junker, yard saler, and flea market shopper, a lot of old wooden drawers have passed through my house.  Each one was different, but I loved them all. There was the big wooden drawer that I turned into a farmhouse cabinet. There were the drawers that I turned into storage shelves for craft supplies. And the really messed up drawers that got repurposed into fabulous wall bins. And the one I turned into a shelf {Read More}

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