How to Make an Awesome Garden Trellis Almost for Free

Making a garden trellis can be as easy as gathering together branches and twigs in your own backyard. Especially at the end of winter, or early spring, when you are out cleaning up the debris. Instead of tossing them all in the compost pile, or burning them, save some for a rustic garden design that… [Read More]

Felt Flower Wreath Tutorial for Fall

I’ve been wanting to make flowers out of felt for a while now, and when I came across this pretty fall colored pack, I thought it would be perfect to make a felt flower wreath for our front door. Felt Flower Wreath Tutorial contains some affiliate links for your convenience.  Click here to read my full disclosure… [Read More]

10 Easy Wreaths You Can Make in under an Hour

Hanging a wreath on your front door is such a nice statement for greeting your guests. I’ve made and bought many over the years. Today I’m sharing 10 easy wreaths that you can make in less than an hour. Make one for yourself, someone you love, or be inspired to create something new. 10 Easy Wreaths

DIY Bed Pocket Caddy

I was talking with my daughter about dorm rooms. I wanted to know what some of the “must haves” were for a new student. You see, my niece is going to the same university this fall, and I wanted to give her something special for graduation. I decided on a DIY Bed Pocket Caddy because as it… [Read More]

Make Your Own Hydrosol

What’s a hydrosol? A hydrosol is the floral water that remains through a steam distillation of plant material, and are often a by-product of the production of essential oils.  Since I was trimming up some of my herbs, I thought this would be a good time to make a hydrosol. Make Your Own Hydrosol contains some… [Read More]

How to Make Potholders

This tutorial on how to make potholders, is a very easy beginner sewing project. Potholders are something that I find just need to be replaced now and then. I do try to wash them, but even then, they never seem to be the same afterwards. So when I was shopping for fabric to cover my lampshades, I… [Read More]

Make Your Own Rain Chain

I love the look of the copper rain chains, that you see in gardening catalogs, and on Pinterest. I believe they are Japanese in origin and have been around for hundreds of years. Typically, they are hung from a downspout where the run off from the roof can be directed by the chain and in… [Read More]