Today’s throwback goes to the crazy idea for a roof. What am I talking about? I’m talking about my pallet shed I built last year out of pallets. If you missed the final post you can catch it at Pallet Shed Finishing Touches. For the roof I wanted something crazy and out there. I wanted something I haven’t seen yet on the internet. Call me crazy but I used
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I recently was given an opportunity to review the newly released America’s Most Wanted Recipes At The Grill by New York Times bestselling author, Ron Douglas. Ron’s book starts out with Grilling Guidelines to get you started off on the right foot. He talks about everything from what to look for when purchasing foods to cooking temperatures and everything in between. It’s not just a cookbook it’s a cooking lesson!
It’s Throwback Thursday! Today’s throwback goes back to a mini album and recycled tin I created a few years ago. I upscaled the tin using a scrapbooking line from Graphic 45 and handmade flowers. The album is actually created using cardboard from a box. I cut and inked the pages to give them a burnt look. For more photos and more information check out Heritage Album and Heritage Album Continued. I
A deck without a bar is just a deck. Add a bar and it’s a party deck. Over the weekend I built a simple pallet bar for my pallet deck. If you missed last weeks Two Level Pallet Deck Post follow the link to check it out. The deck is unique and 100% pallets. The bar was built using 2 pallets and numerous boards from pallets. I stood the pallets on
Today’s throwback feature is my craft area. You know that special place where creative inspiration comes from… I sure miss my craft area. I’ve been so busy working on home projects that I haven’t had time to clean. Right at this moment, my craft area is a disaster from all of the home decor projects. It’s crazy how quickly supplies pile up. Do you have a special place where you love
This project has been a long time coming. I can’t even tell you how many hours I worked on the pallet deck. I actually started building the deck last summer, but the pallet shed consumed most of my time leaving the deck on hold. So this year I made the deck a high priority. To make things even more challenging, each pallet had to be cut apart and all of
I’ve create a few mini albums over the last few years. I really love minis because they focus on a shorter period of time compared to an entire album. My favorite albums are created using treasures destined for the trash bin. What a better way to give new life to something old. Check out these cute and quirky creations. Click on the links to view more detailed images.
This weeks throwback is one of my favorite mini albums. I loved creating this mini. If you would like to view more pictures follow the link to original post Jean Pocket Album. It’s simple to make and costs almost nothing to create. I used a few pairs of old jeans, scrapbooking embellishments and 3D rings to hold it together. The pockets not only hold the pictures but a little journaling