Lemon Inspired Rustic Table Centerpiece and Fresh Homemade Lemonade Recipe

A lemon-inspired spring table centerpiece that’s bursting with bright yellow spring color and a fresh homemade lemonade that will have you counting the days until summer! There are so many life lessons you can learn from the simplest of things … like a lemon.

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Family Movie Night for My Really Weird Family + $50 Walmart Gift Card Giveaway

Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, Walmart Family Mobile. All opinions are mine alone. #YourTaxCash #CollectiveBias Gather your whole family together for a fun family movie night! Here’s how do it with a free movie,  free printables, and a $50 Walmart gift card giveaway! My family might look like a normal American family, but don’t let those smiling faces deceive you.

Pallet Wood Tray, Millennials and Farmhouse Style

A pallet wood tray tutorial with two different looks, my concern about millennials, and farmhouse style. I hope you’ll jump in and share your thoughts about all this today.

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}

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}

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}

Bath Spa Gift Basket with Repurposed Soda Bottle Bubble Bath

I made a quick trip into the grocery store last week for just a few things. Somehow when I wasn’t looking, a bath spa gift jumped into my cart.

DIY Salvaged Wood Quilt Block Coasters & Ceramic Tiles

I think small things aren’t getting the attention they deserve. For example, Starbucks got all fancy with their “Grande” and “Venti” size drinks, but then they just called the small and medium drinks “short” and “tall.” What, there’s no fancy way to say “short and tall”? They want you to think bigger is better with the fancier names, but the coffee is just as good in the small size as the Venti. So today, I’m going to show  you why {Read More}

The Things We Do for Love | Puppies, Pico and a Pet Feeding Station

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