Do you ever have those times where you do tons and tons of stuff but it just doesn’t seem to add up to much? That’s how things seem to be going for me right now! But never fear because I’m still working up some awesome content AND we’ve got a whole bevvy of contributors to introduce to you over the next few months. I’m so, so excited about that!
I do have some absolutely fabulous DIY projects coming up courtesy of my dear Daddy and his collection of power tools, including a ton of budget friendly renovations on my home to share with you so keep your eyes peeled for those!
While I’m “on vacation” I’m having tons of fun with my family and even teaching little nephew to sew. Granted I have to figure out what he did to jack up the stitches something wicked but it’s still so much fun for him that we’re going to continue with lessons as soon as I get the machine back to square one!
But enough of my gabbity gab gab – let’s party!
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I’ve long wanted an incredible outdoor space to enjoy with friends and family. But I’ve never really put forth the effort required for such a space. But seeing the area that Corey of Tiny Sidekick has been putting together, I feel the need to get my act together. The first project might as well be this freaking awesome outdoor chandelier. I’ve got a new wish item for my thrifting list now! DIY Outdoor Chandelier
Have some crafty kids around? These amazing sun catchers are so easy kids can do them. In fact it’s a tutorial on the blog Kids activities blog! But if you don’t have kids, you can easily knock these out of the park for yourself. I swear, I won’t tell – after all it says CAN not MUST! Glass Gem Sun Catchers Kids Can Make
What is summer without watermelon? And I’ve recently taken to a nice smoothie every once in a while and hope to make it my new morning routine. This watermelon smoothie is totally happening! Loving this recipe from Krafts & Kiddos! Watermelon Smoothie
I love this idea for DIY personalized magnetic poetry. I’ve often thought how much more fun those sets would be if they had the names of the people I know or words that are local… I NEVER would have though of making my own. Easy, yet genius project from Anna International. How to Make Your Own Personalised Magnetic Poetry
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