If you’re anything like me, getting organized seems like a monumental task. In the past few months, I’ve made notes on what has worked and what hasn’t. Here are some tricks that actually work for getting and staying organized.
Or in other words, awesome ideas for flipping furniture! Clever title, right? Speaking of clever, check out these incredibly creative ways to turn your next thrift store treasure into a masterpiece. Enjoy!
Spouses, parents, siblings, kids…EVERYONE loves getting a card on Valentine’s Day. Now, I know that there are plenty of 99 cents cards at the store but what’s the fun in buying a card when you can make one? Here are some ideas to peak your creativity.
I love small projects but sometimes I just need a nice “big” project to get my fill for crafting. It’s an outlet for me, you know? This year I decided that I would make a couple big décor items for Valentine’s Day. Here is a list of 15 craft projects I found, problem is, my
So, as much as I love Valentine’s Day because of all the goodies and gifts, I sometimes struggle with the day for the same reason. My husband and I made a New Year’s resolution to limit the sweets in any way we can. My kids, though they don’t know it, will be feeling the effects
I usually just send my kids off to school with those generic Valentine’s for their classmates because 1) they’re cheap and 2) they’re fast to throw together! Those little Valentine’s are great for elementary kids but not so much for my good friends and neighbors. This year I wanted to be a little more creative
It’s the same old story: you can’t find the can of beans to go into your favorite casserole or you decide to not bake that cake because the ingredients are just hidden behind all your bags of chocolate chips. Well, here are some ideas to streamline your storage and make it easier to navigate.