If you need a convenient place to hang your hat, purse, scarf, umbrella (or all of the above) these fun modern wall hooks might foot the bill. You can make them super fast, with scrap wood and for less than $10!
You are about to embark in a once-in-a-life-time experience.
Adulting just got real.
To help you out, I have compiled 15 college freshman must haves. The list comes from years of teaching students like you. It also comes from my own experiences as a college student, and as a mom of college students.
Make sure you view them all! They are in random order, but number 15 is by FAR the MOST important.
This barn door window covering is a great alternative to blinds or curtains. It is a show stopper, especially in a basement bedroom where light is limited. Do you have a window where you could put one of these? I hope you do because I am SO excited to show you how to build one.
If you’re interested in learning how to hang pegboard on your shop or craft room wall, you’ve come to the right place! I don’t know about you, but I can’t think, let alone work, when I’m surrounded by chaos. Weird fact about me: I actually like to clean and organize my shop before I start cutting wood. Strange, I know. But, I find that it is nice to start a project in a clean, organized environment. The creative juices just flow better.
This fun DIY project keeps my garden hose hanging in style. I’m so happy the idea in my head translated into a fun and affordable design. Most of all, I am happy I am not tripping over my garden hose all the time. Let me show you how to make one!
This farmhouse style wall key holder is perfect for a small entry way, mudroom, office, or any room! Whether it’s your keys, purse, umbrella, jacket, scarf…you name it…this piece will hold it for you.
And look pretty doing it.
It is easy and inexpensive to make. I made two of them to give away as wedding gifts and spent around $25 for both. Read on for the tutorial and a link to those awesome hooks!
It’s ironic that it took having grandchildren to motivate me to build a tree swing. In my defense, it also helps that we FINALLY have a tree with a strong enough branch. We planted this beautiful honey locust 15 years ago, and I have been eyeing that side branch for some time. I love this tree.