This is usually the week I plan on driving around to marvel at the holiday lights around the neighborhood, and then warming back up when we return with a cup of hot cocoa. I love that our neighborhood goes all out in their displays. I have a few “moments” happening here and there, but I try to keep it simple and add a little each year. Check out the new outside house tour!
Spring is calling a little early with a cute reversible wood sign and a giveaway! I am teaming up with DecoArt and some very talented DIY bloggers to get paint and creativity flowing!
The hot summer days are keeping us indoors but the summer nights really come alive with these new string lights. Even if you don’t have a covered deck or pergola, you can hang these in just a few minutes!
Gardening is something I haven’t written much about on the blog, with good reason. Until this year, I didn’t have much confidence to tell anyone how to be successful at it. I know that sounds like a winning endorsement, now doesn’t it? Over the last 3 years (5 if you include my early tomato plants) […]
What do you do with the space under a raised deck? Turn it into an outdoor storage space!
No matter the type of home you have, the entry to your home is the first impression. Here are some tips and simple projects to amp up your curb appeal!
The last year has been a whirlwind of DIY madness with one huge project after another. And today mark’s the finale of one of those projects : the door to nowhere now leads to our new deck!
Hi friends! So I was a bit MIA last week here on the blog. However, it was for entirely good reason. We are building a fence for the yard in a hurry! I shared with you that our sweet dog of 9 years has cancer. The doctors seem to think it may be transitional cell […]
I finally got around to dressing up my kitchen window with a small herb container garden. Now that cooking is starting to happen on a somewhat steady basis at the new house, these beauties will come in handy. The herbs smell delicious in the kitchen. I purchased 8 self watering containers to cover my sill. […]