All I know is we just turned the clocks back, and here it is almost Thanksgiving! For the first time in many years, we are hosting Turkey Dinner for the family. However, how am I going to find the time to cook and plan for guests while preparing jewelry boxes and crafting kits for the upcoming local holiday boutique–just two days after Thanksgiving? And then, how can I make the time to blog about my new altered fleas? Continue reading “More Painted Jewelry Boxes”
This old tray was perfect for serving up my inspiration for its new look. Although the picture is quite pretty, it wasn’t part of my plan. Continue reading “Repurposed Tray & City Map”
This old wooden rack and towel holder was in search of a new lease on life. So that’s exactly what it got! Meet “CAKESHOP 1988,” my new utensil and towel rack.
Summer is still one month away. So this metal sign needed a makeover, something I could use all year long. Paint and stencils quickly helped transform it
Is your child graduating? Whether you’ll be crying for joy at their college commencement, high school graduation or even their kindergarten ceremony, here are several great DIY ideas to cherish this special occasion.
With everyone’s busy lives, I’m glad the calendar tells us to take one day to celebrate Mom. However, my Mom says “everyday is Mother’s Day,” and I tend to agree with her. Hopefully, your children tell you they love you more than just one day a year!
This Mother’s Day, lavish your Mom with more than a hug and kiss–give her several! And if you still want to give her something else, make a handmade gift that she will treasure always.
Here is an art canvas I made for my Mom several years ago. It’s still one of my most favorite projects EVER. Since we have two daughters, I created this project showcasing my Mom and me, and years later, my own daughters.