I’m this close to wrapping up a project that I’ve been excited about for several months now. Yay for progress (and for good people who instill confidence in me when I’m freaking out about moving forward).
Can you guess what it might be (sorry for the blurry photo … it adds to the fun, right?)?
My awesome brother-in-law (I’ve talked about him before) had a dresser he’d purchased a year or two ago at a garage sale because it was real wood, beautiful and cheap. I needed a dresser. I saw the dresser he had stored in his barn and it looked sad … like it needed a home … in my bedroom. Continue reading
This is the one I’m really excited about (right now, anyway). I have a new headboard. It’s made of barn wood. I can hardly describe the sense of peace that washes over me when I look at my bed … my heart actually sighs. Continue reading
What does it mean to do-it-yourself? I guess, typically, one would assume that DIY entails tackling a project from start to finish. Say you’re going to build a chair. This would require a myriad of materials like wood, paint, nails, bolts, sandpaper, a drill … the list goes on. Continue reading
Kids have lots of … stuff. I found myself in need of something to store his books, but also his assortment of animals. The kid loves stuffed animals. He tends to pick four faves that sleep with him at night. That doesn’t leave much room for him which, strangely enough, is why I think he frequently winds up in bed with mom or dad. Continue reading
So, there’s this new little site called Pinterest. Have you heard of it?
Although its likely a silly question, I promise I’ll invite you if you’re not a member. The advent of what is now the third-largest social media blew my mind. I’m not even kidding. I think I love Pinterest (and the ‘Pin It’ button now prominently displayed on my browser’s toolbar). Continue reading