After this winter my front steps needed some help! They had years worth of dirt and grime on them. In fact my front steps were just looking sad and lacking the inviting quality that front steps should have. Ryobi was kind enough to send me their 2000 PSI Electric Pressure Washer to tackle this project. This was the first pressure washer I have ever owned and I'm excited to give it a try.Read More
Loaded Coronas hold a special place in my heart. It is an easy Summer recipe that brings back some great memories. As some of you may know I used to live in Savannah, GA and my friends and I would spend a lot of our time out on Tybee Island. We always went to North Beach and there is this great bar right on the beach called North Beach Bar and Grill. We would go spend hours at the beach and then hit up North Beach Bar and Grill for loaded Coronas. They were magical! When we all moved away we would text threads about these loaded Coronas and how we craved them. But they used some kind of obscure liquor that I had no luck finding in the North East.Read More
The weather is starting to get warmer which means summer is almost here. As soon as the days get longer and warmer I am ready to get out some of my red white and blue gear. Today I am going to show you how to turn a blank wood cut out of the United States into a Patriotic door hanger.
Adult freeze pops. Yes, you read that right! I have been seeing these all over the internet but they have all been about the pre-made alcoholic freeze pops. So why not make our own?! I am sharing the recipe to make these strawberry lemonade vodka freeze pops.Read More
Late Spring into early Summer decor ideas. Easy transitional farmhouse decor with vintage windows, terracotta pots and fresh lilacs.
When you live in New England you wait all Winter for Spring. When it's 40 degrees you run outside without a coat! But its truly late spring we are waiting for. It seems like it takes a turn about the first week of May when the temperature rises the rain comes and everything just turns green and blooms.Read More
Did you know you could cut felt with your Cricut?! Today I am going to show you how to cut felt with your Cricut and make felt flowers. Now that it is officially Spring, even though it may not feel like it, I thought why not do a craft that makes it feel like Spring. Cricut sent me some fely to try out and I knew flowers were the way to go.Read More
Today I am going to show you guys how to personalize your workout shirts with vinyl. That's right vinyl that adheres to nylon and polyester. Cricut has launched a new product called SportFlex Iron On™. It uses Cricut StrongBond™ technology to guarantee results that stick.Read More
How to create a graphic T-shirt with your Cricut, HTV (heat transfer vinyl) and an Easy Press. Today I am going to show you guys how to use Happy Crafters iron on vinyl or HTV with your Cricut to make a graphic t-shirt. Happy Crafters sells blank T-shirts and let me tell you they are soft! I am using the District Made perfect blend T-shirt in heathered teal.Read More
A home tour of farmhouse Easter and Spring decor. How to get your home ready for Spring.
I love decorating my home for Spring and Easter. Living in New England we dream all Winter long about Spring. I was actually happy that Easter was early this year so I could pull out my Easter decorations in the middle of a Nor Easter. Now what I love about decorating for Easter is an excuse to buy all the bunny figurines and I mean all of them. Or at least one new bunny a year, or two...Read More
Easter is early this year so it's an excuse to get out my Spring decor even when it's still snowing outside! Now we all know I love Rae Dunn so I thought I would dress up my everyday Rae Dunn collection and sprinkle in a few new Spring pieces.Read More
I have been struggling with insomnia on and off since I was about 15 years old but once I hit 30 it seemed to get a bit worse. I have tried absolutely everything under the sun to help me fall asleep. I have heard a lot about weighted blankets helping with anxiety and ADD but it wasn't until recently I heard about the weighted blanket helping with insomnia. Since taking an ambien every night isn't an option I was willing to give the weighted blanket a try.Read More
Easy peel and stick tile projects that you can install yourself.
Putting a peel and stick glass tile backsplash is one of my favorite features in my newly remodeled kitchen. In fact every month it is consistently my top viewed DIY project. I have been seeing some of my favorite bloggers use peel and stick tiles in their bathrooms, laundry rooms, kitchens or on their fireplace surrounds. I have gathered some of my favorite peel and stick projects today to inspire your future home projects.Read More
A DIY tutorial on how to make a reverse canvas. Also a cute farmhouse kitchen sign with graphics from Craftbundles.com and cutting vinyl with your Cricut or Silhouette. I have been making farmhouse signs and pallet signs for years! Even selling them in a shop at one point. When I saw the concept of a reverse canvas my mind was blown. How had I never done this before. It was so simple there was not trip needed to the hardware store. Just a package of canvases from the craft store or amazon and you could have a custom farmhouse sign.Read More
What's a single gal to do with all these Valentine's Day crafts popping up?! She's going to embrace her inner cat lady and craft something up for herself. That's what I did. Now I have to admit Valentine's Day is not my favorite holiday. In fact it may be my least favorite but any excuse to craft and talk about my cats!Read More
Today I am showing you guys how to make a DIY dinosaur coloring card just in time for Valentine's Day using your Cricut and the Cricut markers. Now if you just got your Cricut over the holidays it is time to take it out of that box because this is an easy project to start with. If you stick around to the end I am joining up with a bunch of bloggers to share our Valentine's Day projects that we made with our Cricuts.Read More
So you got an Instant Pot?! Whether it was a gift over the holidays or you splurged and got it on sale getting an electric pressure cooker can be a bit overwhelming at first. Everything you've heard about a pressure cooker can be intimidating but the but intimidating part is getting it out of the package. I have had my Instant Pot for over a year now and I use it at least once a week if not more. I'm actually considering putting it on my counter permanently.Read More
Hearth and Hand by Magnolia spring collection has hit the shelves at Target this week, actually the day after Christmas. What a gift! I know I might have spent a little too much during the launch of the line but I really am impressed with quality and the aesthetic of the line. I decided to pick a few of my favorites and show you what I am going to be shopping for.Read More
There are two types of people who send Christmas cards. Those who start planning and have a family photo shoot in the Summer or Fall or those of who fly by the seat of their pants and get them out the door the last possible moment. Guess which one I am? Well atleast this year I am the second one. This year just snuck up on me!Read More
Buffalo check has been by obsession the past couple of years. In fact last year I also did a buffalo check Christmas tree. Growing up I always loved houses that had more than one Christmas tree. I knew when I bought this house part of my decorations was going to be to put a second tree on the sunporch. You can see it from the road and everyone comes through the side door into my house.Read More