The moment when you need to get someone a gift can be a very stressful moment. Add creativity and personality for a special gift never to be forgotten. (On the plus side, these DIY ideas will leave your purse intact).
I love clothes! And it seems like I always want more. But I’ve been trying to be more economical and ecofriendly with my clothes cravings lately, and I’ve found there are some awesome ways to re-style the clothes I already have! I’ve compiled some of my favorite re-styling ideas from around the web–take a look!
If your house is anything like mine, there are toys strewn everywhere. And of course, your kids can never find the toys that they are looking for. Some brilliant people actually have their toy chaos under control! I’ve found some of their tips & tricks and have posted them here. I think I need to
The mantel, in any home, can either be an eyesore or it can be eye candy. It all depends on how you decorate it. I try to have a neutral enough mantel that I can add holiday décor to it during the holidays without too much work. However, some people don’t have a clue as
If you don’t know that kids bring with them stuff. Clutter can get really overwhelming but there are a lot of ways to manage it. Take a look at these functional ideas for maintaining the kids’ clutter.
It’s not mystery that I love to craft. The other day I went to Hobby Lobby to grab some Mod Podge and stopped dead in my tracks. There were like, a million Mod Podge options! Gloss, Matte, glitter…the list goes on. My point it that it triggered this obsession to find projects that I could
So, recently I had a post that focused mainly on kitchen organization. It got me thinking about my pantry though. Small tiny pantries, big spacious pantries, they can all use a system of organization. Because of that, I decided that it’s only right to devote an entire post to pantry organization. Enjoy.