Archives for May 2017

Monthly Recap | May 2017 Edition

Welcome to the 1st edition of my Monthly Recap! I’ve never done a monthly recap before, but I thought it might be a good way to give you a month at a glance and visit any blog posts you might have missed.

Talk of the Town #74

I hope you had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend! My oldest son will be moving into the new apartment soon that he and his fiancée will share after their wedding, so we’re squeezing in as much family time as we can before he leaves.  We’re going bowling later this week, which should be hysterical since none of us can bowl worth a darn, but it’ll be fun.

Farmer’s Market Farmhouse Style Decor | 3 Easy Projects

Farmer’s Market Farmhouse Style Decor | 3 Easy Projects  Before getting full-time jobs, all three of my sons spent their summers earning money selling fresh produce at our local farmer’s market. It turned them into produce “snobs” because

Rustic Coffee Shop Wooden Storage Tote

Create a Rustic Coffee Shop Wooden Storage Tote With a Removable Bar for Countertop Organization on a Budget! Shirley Temple has invaded my brain and I’ve been singing “the sun will come out tomorrow” for the last several days.  Our weather has been such a yo-yo lately, which makes it really tough to take photos.  One minute it’s pouring down rain, then the sun comes out and I madly start shooting photos while it lasts.  So during one of the {Read More}

DIY Pallet Wood Patriotic Party Picnic Crate

Rustic Pallet Wood Patriotic Party Picnic Crate Say that 5 times fast! 🙂 My mind changes as quickly as the seasons, so after making a handled wooden tote a few months ago for tulips, I was ready to give it a patriotic makeover so it can be used for Memorial Day, the 4th of July, or military celebrations.

Country Living Farmhouse Pets | Meet the Minis

Country Living Farmhouse Pets | Meet the Minis About a year and a half ago, my daughter gave away her beloved quarter horse, Indy. It was a tough decision, but at the time she was in college and working full time, and she just couldn’t give him the exercise and attention he needed. Fortunately, we know the family and are able to visit him occasionally.  But we still miss him a lot. We weren’t the only ones who missed him {Read More}

Talk of the Town #73

Welcome back to Talk of the Town! It’s been busy as always at my house, but we have some incredible features for you, and I’m looking forward to seeing what you’ve been working on lately!

Farmhouse Style Burlap Table Runners DIY in Under 1 Hour

Farmhouse Style Burlap Table Runners Before I get started with today’s post, I just wanted to thank everyone who entered my Flea Market Style book giveaway.  The winner has been emailed. I had so much fun reading your comments that I’ve decided to do another giveaway next month, so stay tuned! Now, back to today’s projects … I’ve been wanting to add more handmade goods to my online shop, but I couldn’t decide which goods to offer. After making a table {Read More}

Mountain Foothills Budget Outdoor Wedding

Mountain Foothills Budget Outdoor Wedding Every wedding is a beautiful occasion.  I realize I may be a bit biased, but my niece’s outdoor wedding in the foothills of the Sandia Mountains was truly one of the most beautiful I’ve ever attended.

DIY Canvas Banners for Special Events and Home Decor

How to Make DIY Canvas Banners for Special Events Last month I had a special request from a customer for an alphabet stencil. The timing was perfect, because my niece also wanted me to make canvas banners for her wedding.

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