How to Make a DIY Farmhouse Kid’s Table One of my favorite things as a mom is watching my kids be independently creative. I am so proud when my daughter sets up a party for her stuffed animals or builds an airplane out of blankets and pillows. She doesn’t need me to tell her the right way to do those things – they are completely
You might have seen our recent post about how to make No-Sew Bleached Drop Cloth Curtains. Well, the response has been amazing! SO many of you have pulled out those Rubbermade tubs and tackled this project for your own how, which got me thinking…there are tons of ways to use this gorgeous fabric, and so many options for creating incredible farmhouse decor on a budget.
Enjoy this free home decor printable – a Farmhouse Garden Tools Print In the last couple of years, our family has discovered the joy of fresh produce. Before I understood what to look for, I would purchase apples year round. I could never understand while they were so tasty some of the time and so flavorless at other times. Because I always just bought produce
DIY Dog Treat & Leash Holder – an easy mason jar project Now, we don’t have a dog (YET!). Unfortunately, our little bitty back yard just wouldn’t be fair to the giant dog I’m hoping to get one day. But when I buy the cottage-style farmhouse of my dreams on acres of land, you better believe I will have a giant pup. For now, I
We have been talking about renovating our kitchen for ages. When we moved into our house, we basically made it livable. We removed a giant mirror wall, painted the crazy colors a little more neutral, and removed the popcorn ceiling. That’s where it’s sat for the last 5 years. Somewhere in-between totally horrendous and something we’d actually be proud of. One challenging part of our
How to sand, prep, and stain wood – a beginner’s guide to DIY woodworking. How to Sand, Prep, and Stain Wood Laying a good foundation can make a huge difference in the outcome of a project. Learning the proper way to sand, prep, and stain wood will help each project go smoother and quicker. Sand the Wood Sanding wood isn’t always the most fun part
Why we choose to live on one income – creating a simple, handcrafted lifeToday I want to dive into a topic that most people are uncomfortable talking about – money. The way our family handles money makes a huge difference in our lives. Knowing where our money comes from and where it goes is one of the cornerstones of creating a life that we love.
How to Make Ice Cream in a Mason Jar Nothing goes with summer better than ice cream…especially homemade ice cream! If you’ve never had homemade ice cream, it is quite a treat. Rich and creamy, sweet and thick. You won’t even be remember the name of it’s store-bought friend while eating this decadent treat. I am always looking for ways to get my kids involved
How to Paint a Wood Sign + a free farmhouse printable If you’ve been looking at farmhouse decor or anything inspired by Joanna Gaines, you’ve probably noticed that modern farmhouse homes are full of words. Quotes are featured on signs, chalkboards, and windows. These inspirational words fill walls in kitchens, bedrooms, and hallways. We have several signs that we love that feature things that are
DIY Mason Jar Art Supply Organizer for Kids – How to Make a Simple, DIY Art Station I love mason jars – they are affordable, pretty, and easy to clean (anything you can toss in the dishwasher is OK by me!). Because of this, my house is full of them! I use mason jars as vases, candle holders, and organizers. Today, I want to show