A while back I created a set of sturdy and cute little shopping bags to take help reduce the number of plastic bags in our house. It was a bit of an adventure but they did turn out quite nicely, if I may say so myself. (see previous post here) However, I was afraid that
Rustic Window Mirror
Last summer I was poking around my local Re-Store and found a fantastic pile of used windows for $5 each! (If you are looking for used building materials, etc. try your local Re-Store, they are a great resource.) I really didn’t know what I would do with them but I grabbed 3 since I knew
*This post contains affiliate links. However, all opinions presented are my own. Ok, so word is, you all enjoyed my sweet little spice shelves from Monday’s post so hopefully this will be a welcome follow-up. In an effort to continue adding a little dashes of bright color throughout my kitchen I created a collection of
Ok, I know you can purchase a ready made rolling trash-can. (G reminded me of that quite often throughout this process since he was my designated helper for this one.) I just had a really specific idea in mind for what I wanted. I wanted something that would fit just about anywhere in the kitchen
Well, darn it!! Talk about late to the party. If you’ve been anywhere near Pinterest in the last few days, then you are well aware that the blogosphere is going crazy for fabric pumpkins. Inspired by some adorable, sweater pumpkins from StoneGable blog , I spent last weekend working on making my own fabric pumpkins.