Lily’s Closet Makeover

Writing about this makeover is total admittance that we have let this chaotic closet mess go on for two years now. Gah! Lily’s closet consisted of two heavy sliding doors that took the strength of an adult man to slide them back and forth, or one five year old little girl and a pack of five year old friends ....more

Chalk Paint Vase

Hello friends! Have you seen this latest DIY trend on Pinterest? Painting vintage glass bottles, and then distressing them is all the rage ....more

Spray Paint + Glass

Here’s another quick project with my new fave spray paint! (Learn all about Flexi-Dip plastic spray paint in my previous post.) Here’s what you need to make this vase: Rustoleum Flexi-Dip spray paint Glass bottle Gold vinyl + Cricut or large hole punch First, coat the glass vase with one even coat of paint. Allow to fully dry ....more

Creativity + Blue Vegetables

Let’s talk about blue vegetables. Such a great idea, no? Maybe no ....more

Upcycled Backyard Car

This isn’t so much a tutorial as it is absolute bragging rights that I pulled off something that not even yours truly thought would turn out so stinkin’ cute! If you follow me on Instagram, you got to see firsthand the adventures of my Union Pacific baggage cart from start to finish. To be honest, when we bought it, we had no idea what we were going to do with it ....more

A Rug in Every Room

This post is sponsored by Wayfair Homemakers. I have been compensated for this post, all opinions are my own. ...more

Spray Paint Animal Pendants

I have more cans of spray paint than I do pairs of shoes. It’s not healthy, friends. I just love the stuff ....more

My New Printer + Free Printable!

I have a favorite new quiet...more

Handmade Geometric Blocks

Goodness gracious, I am slow to share things these days. I made this project for Kids Crafts 1-2-3 magazine months ago, and I keep forgetting to share the project with you guys! This is a really easy project, and makes a great birthday gift for little ones ....more

Easy Masking with Watercolor Paints

If you have ever dabbled in watercolor painting, you may have heard of a fabulous medium that many artists use called masking fluid. Masking fluid is a latex-rubber fluid that is applied to your watercolor paper, and it will work as a resistant, preserving the white paper or wash underneath. The only problem with it is that it’s very thin, it can take a long time to dry, and it can be expensive for a small bottle ....more