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First Aid Kit Toolbox Makeover for Home or Travel

My thrift store metal toolbox didn’t sell in my Etsy shop.  It was pretty dinged and scratched up, so I wasn’t surprised. So rather than donate it, I decided to turn it into a first aid kit toolbox. Would you believe, after raising four kids, we have never had a real first aid kit?  We just had random supplies in two bathrooms. We had to search through drawers and cabinets whenever someone got an injury. Better late than never, right? {Read More}

DIY Ideas: Farmhouse, Travel, Faith, Family, Autumn & Winter

DIY Ideas: Farmhouse, Travel, Faith, Family, Autumn & Winter I hope you had a great July 4th!  I just relaxed with my family. Guess what?  If you love DIY projects as much as I do, then I have some fun news and a bunch of DIY Ideas to show you. These ideas will help you plan decor for Fall, Halloween, Winter, and Christmas. There’s even faith and family ideas. I know what you’re thinking. July just started! Time flies though. {Read More}

Vacation Travel Jars Repurposed & Upcycled

Vacation Travel Jars Repurposed & Upcycled I’m not ashamed to admit I’m a chronic bottle and jar saver.  The only problem is when I run out of shelf space to store them. So, I decided to upcycle a few of my own into vacation travel jars filled with sand, shells, or money!

Road Trip Travel Tips for Vacations & Weekend Getaways

My Top 8 Road Trip Travel Tips for Vacations or Weekend Getaways We have taken so many road trips this year, from weekend getaways to traveling through several states, and I learn something new with each one I take.  But my daughter and I are planning a really long distance trip, and I need your help.  

Talk of the Town #24 and Traveling Again

Over the weekend my youngest son and I rode the train once again to New Mexico.  The first time was in January, when my mother-in-law passed away, the next time was in March, when my dad’s health got worse, and he passed away, and I’m back again because my mom is having surgery this week. I feel as though I’ve spent almost as much time away from home this year, as I’ve been at home, but I’m glad I’m able to {Read More}

World Travels – Repurposed Antique Suitcase & Map Pages Mixed Media Wall Art

During the summer, when my sister and her 4 kids came for a visit, I showed you the bounty of “junk” my nephew had found near his house and brought for me (here). One of the things he brought, was the tattered remains from a small antique suitcase.  The only thing left was the wooden edges and metal corner brackets, and just a bit of the original cardboard. I loved it  – especially the brackets and wanted to come up {Read More}

Wherever You Go, Go With All Your Heart

Wherever You Go, Go With All Your Heart Now that the travel restrictions have been mostly lifted it’s time to go with all your heart! The adventurer in you will love what you can do with this scenic sentiment. Easy DIY project. This project takes about ten minutes from start to finish, including clean up! The reusable adhesive transfer can be used on so many surfaces. Check out my video showing how easy it is to make this project! Wherever {Read More}

Knick of Time’s Favorite Projects of 2019

Thanks for joining me for a look back at my top ten favorite projects of 2019! Looking back this past year, a lot has transpired.  My husband took a new job, which is great, but he travels four days each week. After living on his own for six months, my youngest son moved back home to save money for college.  I love having him back, but it means no more craft room! Our house needs lots of work, especially our {Read More}

Stenciled Vintage Suitcase | What a Wonderful World

 What a Wonderful World Stenciled Vintage Suitcase Recently, when my son and daughter-in-law were visiting, we went to Hannibal, MO, to visit the shops downtown. In one of my favorite shops I found a vintage suitcase at a great price. My husband asked why I wanted it. To be honest, I had no idea!   I thought about painting it because it’s dinged up, but I just couldn’t decide.

Talk of the Town #186

Let me ask you two questions, if I might, before we get into today’s party. On the surface, these questions might seem strange or even a tad nosey, but I hope you’ll understand.