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
Have you noticed all of the pallet projects on the internet? It amazes me each time search Pinterest and find new pallet shed creations. It’s amazing! It’s a wonderful way to recycle old pallets and build a new backyard feature. It doesn’t matter if you’re building a shed for extra storage or just for show. Pallets make it affordable to build that little shed out back. I built my
This week’s throwback is a few recipes from previous posts. So when you hear the words “What’s for Dinner tonight?”, you’ll have a few different recipe options to answer that question. Here are some of my favorite recipes. Whats For Dinner? ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 6 Recipes to please! Click on the links below each image to grab a copy of each recipe. Enjoy!
I’ve recently started a walk at home program by Leslie Sansome. You seriously can exercise in your home without stepping outside or needing any special equipment. If you are able to stream video through your TV or computer, you can walk at home. It’s simple! Leslie’s videos are available on YouTube and at Walmart. You can stream her videos or pick up your own copy. Start out with a
This weeks throw back goes to Kingwood Center Photo Shoot. The Kingwood Center is an amazing place for prom, wedding or any special event photos. It only costs $5 to park and you can walk the fabulous gardens and shoot all kinds of gorgeous flowers for the season. I chose the Kingwood Center for the backdrop of my daughter’s Junior Prom photo shoot. The place is amazing. After only an
Raised gardens have become very popular over the last few years. They’re simple to build and fairly inexpensive. Well how about building a raised garden out of pallets? I have plenty of pallets lurking in my backyard at the moment and why not use what I already have. So the garden project began. It’s kind of rustic, rugged and fits beautifully next to my pallet shed. If you haven’t
How about a sewing project recap! I’m not the greatest at sewing but I think it turned out very well. I love my Cricut and what a better way to protect it then to add a cover. I created this cover by cutting up an old pair of jeans. I even added pockets to add extra storage. If you would like to check out the original post and grab the