For years the neighborhood deer have kept us from planing anything resembling flowers out front…until now! These flower boxes added loads of charm and, the best part, they’re out of reach from the deer! Hop on over to read all about these adorable (self watering) boxes and where to get them.
Monogrammed totes showed up few Summers ago and are no less popular today! They can also run you upwards of $200 in stores, which is why we decided to make our own at my latest Girl’s Craft Night. All in, this will cost you $20 and a bottle or wine if you decide not to go it alone. Here’s the ultimate guide to painted monogrammed totes!
Step number 2 for our ‘Master Bedroom Makeover’ is near and dear to my heart. Upgrading my vanity! Honestly, upgrade may not be the right word since I’ve been doing my makeup on the floor in front of a floor mirror for the last 6 years (talk about overdue!), but (pictured above) I was shocked at what we were able to do on a really affordable budget!
After years of avoiding working on our master bedroom, Ryan and I decided it was finally time! We decided that painting was the best place to start. Choosing white paint can be tricky, so here’s what we learned about finding that perfect shade of white, plus the before and afters photos!
Dolly and her bow collar, have you ever seen anything cuter?! It may be me justing being a proud “momma,” and due to a literal tsunami of questions related to where I got her bow, I figured a post about it was more than appropriate. Spoiler alert: I made her bow and here’s a video tutorial with all the details!
A window flower box is one of the best ways add color, character, and beauty to the outside of your house. It’s a pretty simple project that most people can DIY in an afternoon. Here’s everything you need to know about the one we built, broken out into a few easy steps.
It’s finally here! This is Part 5 of the Backyard DIY series we started last Spring. Today we’re outlining how we laid the stepping stone and gravel path. This proved to be an easy, affordable way to transform our back yard. One year after, we’re still in love with this space!