I had intended to have this post out last week but, life around here has been busy. I got a new job (which I'll be starting after the 4th of July), there is a new manly prospect, my friend Jenny just moved in on the other half of the duplex and I've been working on… Continue reading Four Ways To Repurpose A Crib
I thought that one of the benefits of getting older was no longer getting breakouts! It seems lately that I've been getting some minor breakouts and dry flaky skin and it's annoying. I've been washing with Aveeno Positively Radiant Skin Brightening Daily Scrub, I love this daily scrub. But once, or twice a week, I… Continue reading Lemon and Honey Face Scrub
If you remember a while back, I gave my kitchen table a facelift. Since then, I've been on the look out for the perfect fabric to upgrade my chairs. They are getting to the point that the fabric is a little dingy and meh, and had no personality. I've spilt so many things on them I've… Continue reading Kitchen Chair Upgrade
Despite what a large rodent says, we are just over halfway through winter. Only recently the temperature has dropped to frigid temperatures, but winter always leaves my skin is so dry and flaky! Ever since I made the body scrub as gifts, I've been testing out various body scrubs. Today here are the three that… Continue reading Homemade Body Scrubs
I usually don't decorate for Valentine's day, but this year I thought I would. Maybe, I thought, it would bring me some luck in the love department. I officially took the plunge and I'm trying Match for three months, I'm hoping for some good luck! A little extra luck can't hurt a single girl, right?… Continue reading Inexpensive Valentine’s Day Decorations.
As I mentioned in Homemade Christmas Gift post I made Wisconsin String art for Betsy as part of her gift. Ir's really easy to make, although it does take a bit of time. Tools: Wood (I picked up a 12 inch square from Michael's) String Paint or stain Hammer Nails Needle-nose pliers Map or outline of… Continue reading Wisconsin String Art