I am in the process of putting together wall galleries for both my sons’ rooms. I wanted something homemade to go with the collection of framed art that I am using, so I decided to make a simple piece of initial art from a thin wood board.
With some sadness, I removed my Christmas garland and cards from the kitchen window suddenly leaving it rather naked. It was then that I decided we needed a Valentine’s garland to cushion my post-Christmas-decor-removal-blues. A few hours of felt cutting, hand stitching and mini pompom-making later my window was smiling again.
I was looking for a chalkboard to hang in a specific place in my kitchen. Everything I found in stores was too wide and didn’t fit the space, so I decided to make one on my own, with a frame to match my wooden kitchen table. This project was cheap and super easy!
In our hallway, right next to our front door, is a tiny nook which usually looks like a shoe graveyard. What a perfect little spot to make a small mudroom for my small mud monster Liam. A place where he can get dressed to go outside and keep his shoes, backpack, coats, hats and gloves. Just in time for winter!