DIY to Try – A Belted Shelf

For a while now, I have been thinking of different ways to install some sort of shelving in our small bathroom.   We have very limited space around our sink, and our toiletries are usually covering every inch.  Well today I had enough, I decided I was going to change that, I knew even the smallest shelf would free up some space!  However, I did

DIY to Try – Hand Painted Flour Sack Kitchen Towels

I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love vintage looking kitchen towels!  I love how they instantly give personality to a kitchen, and how simply switching them out gives a whole new feel to your decor!  In fact I change my own kitchen towels out pretty often for this very reason.  Though I must confess I hardly ever use them, I barely even touch them

Feature Friday – All Dressed Up

This amazing Feature Friday submission comes from Lauren and Gianni of Milford, Connecticut.  They found this great dresser for free on the side of the road and decided to pick it up!  With just a few steps they gave this dresser a new look and a new home! As you can see the dresser was aged and had rusty old hardware.  But the piece had

DIY to Try – Foam Core Chalkboard

Chalkboards, they are everywhere, and for good reason!  And thanks to chalkboard paint more and more people are making their own!  This is exactly what I set out to do the other day out of an old poster with a plastic frame and glass covering.  And it was only due to my own clumsiness that I ended up making it out of foam core! Isn’t

Branch Out This Christmas!

You have about one week left to branch out this Christmas!  That is, if you haven’t already, branches and twigs have become quite popular over the past few years, especially this time of year!  And why shouldn’t they be?  They bring a rustic yet simple element to your holiday decor, and many of the ideas I will show you today are easy and oh so