Today we had some beautiful storms in central California, praise God. We are desperately in need of water in the valley, so the storms were a blessing. Where I come from, north-central Texas, we are no strangers to storm clouds, and I’ve always thought they were beautiful.
If you have been on Pinterest sometime in the last year, you’ve probably heard of chalk paint. It’s popular for its ease of use and unique chalky finish that seems to make almost anything look good painted. No more worries about paint lines and weird sticky spots on your painted surfaces. Its pretty awesome!
I, like most people, love a good Instagram photo. I’m definitely on the bandwagon! Since Instagram photos are square I thought they would work great for coasters. I used photos of my baby boy, but almost anything would be cool – landscapes, city skyline photos, a special day, or pretty much any Instagram photos you cherish.
I’ve been mulling over paint colors for two weeks. If we are able to complete the purchase of the house we are trying to buy, I will be doing a lot of painting! It’s pretty much a big white box right now. I have a good idea of where I want to go with colors, but there are so many beautiful colors out there, it’s going to be so hard to choose! Do you have trouble picking paint colors too?
Lots of projects going on around here, but today I’m sharing my farmhouse dining table I built a little over a year ago (waaay before this blog!). This was my very first woodworking project. I did happen to snap a few photos of the process – sorry about the poor quality, these were taken with my phone!
It's the third edition of the HD Monthly Gift Challenge! In this challenge I am joining up with 12 other bloggers to come up with a creative gift for someone using a designated Home Depot item.
I just love pumpkins! They are so cute and it’s amazing how many ways you can craft a pumpkin, as you can see in my round up of some awesome DIY pumpkins from around blogland here:
So this week it happened. I finally had enough.
It was time to clean out our overstuffed, disorganized, and sticky refrigerator. This is one of those tasks that I generally put off until I can’t stand it anymore – as was the case this week.
I’m excited to share a quick trick for making your own DIY magic bullet (if you don't know, a Magic Bullet is a single serve blender). I have a magic bullet at home and we use it 3-4 times a day. I love being able to make one serving, and only have to clean the cup - its so convenient!
I love and and there's nothing that says "antique" like I'm going to show you how you can create a on almost any surface. I tried it on a wood picture frame, and a travertine tile (for a coaster).