Susan from Homeroad loved some beverage tags she saw in the Ballard catalog and decided to make her own using shims. Susan cut, sanded, and stained her tags, and then wrote the wording by hand. If you love entertaining, these will definitely save your sanity from people asking what’s in each pitcher a gazillion times. […Read More]
This picture is of the firework display we got to enjoy last weekend at my dad’s lakehouse in Michigan. I swear sitting on a pontoon amongst 200 other boats is the way to watch fireworks. Unfortunately, we are now back in dry-as-a-bone Indiana and have a burn ban going on so no fireworks going on […Read More]
This post brought to you by VTechKids. All opinions are 100% mine. Recently I got the opportunity to get to try out the newSwitch & Go Dinos from Vtech. Well actually I didn’t…but my 6 year old son got to try them out. He recently went on a solo trip for a week at Grandma’s […Read More]
Source May your day be blessed as you enjoy your freedom as an American today. May we never forget the men and women that fought for our country.
One of my contributors on Infarrantly Creative is Brook from Being Brook. She is a master at knock offs and building furniture. She created these beautiful cedar planters for only $12 using some plans from Ana White. She decided to spray paint them and I love how the wood grain still shows through. You can […Read More]
Kaboo Bags are the recently launched line of purses for the tech savvy momma. Since you are a blog reader I assume you own a computer and maybe even a laptop, e-reader or Ipad? Well these Kaboo Bags are perfect for you. They have plenty of pockets inside and a padded pouch for your Ipad […Read More]
The popular Lord Bodner’s Octopus Triptych has been seen everywhere from celebrity’s homes to design magazines. And, not surprisingly, it comes with a hefty price tag. This hand-painted knockoff version by Meg from Revamp Homegoods is just as graphically appealing, and you won’t have to sell your first born to own it! Meg was inspired […Read More]
Mel from Junkin’ Junky decided to make her own rustic herb crates since the cost of shipping to Canada really ran up their purchase price. After building and staining her boxes, Mel used vinyl to create a stencil and painted on her wording. She’s still working on adding hooks like those of her inspiration, but, […Read More]