Looking for a personalized and inexpensive Christmas gift? These are so simple and cost effective you can make them for your neighbors or co-workers. I am a big word nerd and so is my mom. Growing up, she would kick my tail at Scrabble all the time. It never made me give up though, and to this day, I love any word game – even though my hubby won’t play with me because he loses.
Happy November my friends! Halloween is done and we are now onto the gratitude month. There are so many things I am grateful for. I realize how blessed my life is and I am super grateful to share bits of it with you. Thank you to those readers that literally come daily to check out what I do. You mean the world to me.
I am so excited about this project. This tray is perfect for a coffee table because it has a little drawer to hide things like magazines and remote controls. Another idea is to put school supplies in it for a homework station or have it on a kitchen table and store things like extra silverware and napkins. It is rather heavy so it won’t really work for a serving tray. But it is nice to have where it will stay in place and be able to serve as some hiding place organization.
Laura from Finding Home is back sharing how she turned yet another door into something amazing. I think the girl has an endless supply of old doors. But she can keep working it because the girl has some mad skillz of making some amazing projects with doors. And this bathroom storage idea is no exception.
Is it too early to start decorating for Halloween? I usually say September 15th in this house, what say you? This wreath could easily be made for any season with a different color felt and ribbon. It reminds me of those circle ruffle wreaths that were so popular (and still are!) are couple of years back. I love the ruffle-y texture that the flower shape gave on this one.
Laura is going to show you how she took an old door and made her own version of a beverage bar station. Laura can rock the doors. If you missed last month’s post she made a kitchen herb garden out of an old door. Check out today’s think outside the box door project.
I have teamed up with Online Fabric Store this week to bring you four sewing tutorials using the most beautiful fabric like Amy Butler, Joel Dewberry and Michael Miller. I thought we would start the week with a backpack we made for Kayla’s upcoming school year. We? Yes we! My amazing cousin Lindsay is visiting from Chicago to help with these tutorials.