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Something about moving through your twenties, tastes and styles are ever-changing. Since were still living budget based (and saving for our upcoming move), we have been mostly confined to sprucing up what we already have in the house.
There is so much to enjoy about this time of year. Any aspiring or veteran DIYer should be out and about on the weekends, hunting for the next antique chest of drawers, ottoman, or bookcase to rehab. There’s a whole world of people’s junk waiting to be made into treasure!
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer. Finally we can really look forward to beach days, cool nights with a campfire, and of course budget friendly decor pieces! Ok maybe that one isn’t at the top of your summer bucket list, but these items are easy to make and they go well as a centerpiece, spruce up your mantle piece, or you can even bring them to your patio and accent your decor there. Continue reading
Intro: Sugar scrubs are all the rage right now. Besides being a fad for the super rich to spend their money on, they actually have benefits to your skin and over all health. Making them yourself drastically cuts the cost and by putting the ingredients in yourself, you can be assured that there are no chemicals in there. It’s super easy to make, super easy to use, and will last for a couple months. I hope you all enjoy it!
This Monday marks the beginning of one of the best American pastimes: Summer holiday BBQ season! What do you need to go with good food and the company of friends and family? Homemade decor of course!
Mason jars seem to be like leather; they never go out of style! But how do you keep your ideas with what to do with them fresh and unique? My grandmother works at a stained glass company, and they sell a product called Armor Etch. It’s super easy to use, and it makes a frosted texture on the glass that you put it on. With all of the patriotic holidays coming up, I decided to use this product to make stars on mason jars. Follow along to create these centerpieces!
The wonderful place where you go for one thing and end up with a full cart of everything under the sun. The place where you can spend hours and leave still feeling like you missed something. The place where a lovely $1/$3 aisle greets you at the door. My struggle with Target is very real; especially since there is one right down the street!
My husband brought home some wood this past summer from a coworker’s old fence, and its been sitting in our room collecting dust. I saw the pallet signs back on Pinterest a while ago and thought what a fun and cheap craft. I love the level of customization that comes with DIY projects like these. You can literally do anything to the wood, and you’re left with a beautiful piece to accent your home. Getting into the Spring season, I rediscovered the planks of wood and decided to take on the project.
Hi there! As Punxsutawney Phil predicted, an early spring was in our future. With the warmer weather approaching, I decided that it was time to start lightening up our place (and take down the last of the Christmas decorations still up). What better way to spruce up your home than making some springtime accent throw pillows?