No Fooling Around I’m Making This Up As I Go!

Happy April! If you are like me, you might be getting stir-crazy about now.  Especially now that the government has extended the stay-at-home directive. I keep thinking my house should be spotless by the time this is over, but who am I kidding!

Social Distancing Sanity Saving Project Ideas

Social Distancing Sanity Saving Project Ideas Is anyone else out there starting to lose their grip on reality?  Seriously, I don’t even know what day of the week it is now! My husband is a trucker and my daughter is a 911 call center operator, so both of them are still working. My youngest son that still lives at home was supposed to start a new job this week, but it got delayed until after this whole crazy Coronavirus thing {Read More}

March Is Coming in Like a Lion!

What Are You Waiting For!  When March wind whips up, you just want to stay inside! Enroll in the Club today and stay in and chalk the cold away!

Farmhouse Kitchen Wooden Tote: New Design

Learn to make a Farmhouse Kitchen Wooden Tote with a built-in paper towel holder with different designs on the front and sides! My husband and I get quite a few orders for our handmade wooden totes with built-in paper towel holders, so we both got busy working on a new design last week.

Repurposed Drawer Plant Shelf

After finding a battered cabinet on the curb and using it for several years, I knew it was time to repurpose it. The cabinet isn’t in good shape, but it made good storage for a time. If we ever hope to finish remodeling our bedroom, that cabinet needs to be gone! So, I upcycled one of the drawers into the PERFECT farmhouse repurposed drawer plant shelf.  And here’s how I did it!

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.

Christmas DIY Projects And More Decor Tour

Christmas DIY Projects And More Decor Tour Christmas decor season is in full swing and I’m having a ball making a ton of new DIY Christmas projects! I have been selling online on Facebook Marketplace and I’m going to be in a small show this weekend, so I had to make a lot of projects.  I’ve included links so that you can find the supplies used in these projects. I hope you enjoy my tour of Christmas projects!

Santa’s Naughty List Christmas Elf Time Out Chair

Santa’s Naughty List Christmas Elf Time Out Chair Sometimes you have to be at the right place at the right time, right? You see, as soon as I spotted this little child’s chair, I knew it was meant for me to find it. Even though it had an old unappealing finish, the $3.99 price tag was well worth it for such a sturdy little chair. I had cute plans for it!

Easy DIY Signs and a Painting Tip

Easy DIY Signs and Pennant Banner Ideas I love living in the country, but sometimes it gets kind of lonely. Since my husband was gone all week, rather than just binge-watch shows on Netflix or talk to our dog, I decided to do something more constructive.

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