Is Halloween a big thing for you? I would love to create a truly spooky scene in our garden but when there are little people living in your street it's probably not a good idea. I would hate to be the cause of them having nightmares. So we usually decorate on a small scale. This year we created a this little Halloween love story..........
One of our biggest problems as DIYers living in a tiny home is trying to find ways to hide our tools. The struggle is real guys. Tools are not the prettiest things in the world and when storage space is limited you have to be really creative. But I think we finally found a way and I wanted to share it with you all, since I know many hometalkers have the same problem. This is what we came up with.
I keep seeing old CD towers in thrift stores. It seems no one uses them anymore but with a little help they can be transformed into this cute little farmhouse cupboard in no time at all.
Wooden bead garlands are all the rage right now and they're really easy to make too. We made quite a few before we decided to take it up a notch and create this oversized one to add to our wall decor.
I love a house full of plants, but finding cute planters for all of them can be a bit of a struggle. This delightful little crate planter made from paint stirrer sticks proved to be the perfect way to showcase our little pansies. In fact any small plants will looks lovely inside, even the faux ones. And best of all, it takes less than an hour to make and in most cases you can get paint stirrer sticks for free. Win-win!! Add a little birdcage light to add that wow factor and take the planter to the next level.
Want to add a little something special to your table decor that doesn't cost a lot and only takes a few minutes to make? These little pebble napkin rings are so adorable and you can personalize them with a message for your guests too.
For as long as I can remember I've wanted a pair of angel wings to hang on a wall. And I've seen some beautiful ones in the stores but the prices were waaaaayyy beyond our budget. So I did what any DIY-er would do; I made my own
A few months ago we were given a whole box full of old rusty lanterns by a friend of ours. We managed to repurpose a few of them into bedside table lights but I had visions of turning some of the others into pretty planters for our patio.
Do you believe in magic? I do, especially when it comes to gardening. To me a garden is so much more than just weeding and planting, right?!! It's all about creating a space that enchants and delights the senses. So anytime I can make something a little special for our garden, I’m all for it. And when it's an easy make, that's so much better. Like this little wood nymph garden ornament. She must be one of my favorites.