Halloween. Dangling glow-in-the-dark skulls and cut-of limbs hanging from the mailbox. It’s a classy holiday indeed. For those who want to create some decor that’s a bit more subtle, this Black Bird Wreath is the way to go.
This is another simple craft that we can all manage and won’t break the bank. We are talking 15 minutes of work (and one hour drying time). You won’t need any tools so we could not make this any easier.
By: Liesbeth Read more
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Remember I ventured into the spider-infested space under my front porch and found all kinds of junk? (from Junk to Funk Part 1 • side table). Well, that same expedition delighted me with a very old wooden home-made toolbox and about 30 wooden spindles I assume were part of the old stairs in our house pre-reno. Putting 1 and 1 together, a kitchen side table was born.
By: Liesbeth Read more
Since we moved into this house 3 1/2 years ago, we’ve been slowly renovating, with our limited budget and our limited time. But the big, daunting renovation hasn’t yet been tackled – the kitchen! I really detest it, so I’ve been keeping my eyes open for small projects I can do to pretty up the kitchen until we can do the big reno. I lucked onto nowathomemom.com and saw Ingrid’s cee-yoot mini kitchen cart project and I’m coveting it. I think any small side table could work and I’ve got my eyes out for one now.
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