Today I’m taking my DIY to the kitchen! For those of you that know me, you know that I’m not much of a cook. I mean, I know how to cook, and I’m OK at it, but if a recipe has more than 5 ingredients I usually pass…unless it’s a special occasion or when it’s summer and I have time off from my teaching job 🙂
Today I am sharing my My DIY Floating Desk with Storage, a project that’s been on my to-do list for quite a while! ! And I am so happy with how this turned out, but I did have a few hiccups that I will be telling you about and hopefully when you build this, things will go smoother!
Discover how easy it is to build a simple and stylish 2×4 barstool. Build two or three for extra seating or use it as plant stand for instant farmhouse outdoor charm. Scroll to the bottom of this post for access to free plans. (more…)
So excited to show you this DIY Blanket ladder! If you follow me on Instagram you may have seen the picture of this cutie I made over the weekend! We have cold winters here in Utah. I’m a warm weather lover and every winter I long for summer, but I do like watching the snow cover our beautiful mountains and wrapping myself in a warm throw while watching a movie. So, this weekend I decided to stay home and make a fun blanket ladder to keep our throws! This ladder would also work well as a towel holder in a bathroom!
Hello friends! I actually made these cute kitchen towels back in November, and I never got around to writing a post about them. Now that the Christmas rush is long gone, I can take a bit of time to tell you about them.
Back in October, my 22 y/o daughter Andrea came to me and said “Mom I need you to help me reupholster some dining chairs as a Christmas gift for my mother-in-law”. I kindly said “I don’t know how to reupholster chairs, Andrea”. She said “Mom!, you’re a sawdust sister! What do you mean you don’t know how to reupholster dining chairs?”
We have had our 55″ flat screen TV for several years now and I have always wanted to mount it, and hide the cords inside the wall for a clean look. I never really pursued it because I thought I would have to hire an electrician ($$$) to do the job, and cutting holes in the wall made me a little nervous. However, after a little research, an awesome already-made electrical kit, and a how-to video, I felt confident to give it a try! I am so glad I did! I will show you how I did it and also give you the links of the materials I used. Seriously guys, you can do this in a couple of hours! Just make sure you get someone to help you lift the TV 🙂 Doesn’t it look nice?? I wish I had done it years ago!