Concrete love continues here with my easiest yet concrete project: DIY concrete pendant lamps made from 2-liter bottles and Rapid Set® Cement All®. And when I say easy, I’m talking super ridiculously
Are you thinking about remodeling your kitchen or bath, but the cost of new countertops would send your budget out the window, down the block, and around the corner? Well, it doesn’t have to. These homeowners solved
Hi friends! Guess what I just did? I just installed a new mailbox at Mom & Pop’s place. Why did they need a new mailbox? Two reasons. The first is obvious. Take a look at the old one…
This post written in partnership with CTS Cement, who makes my totally fave concrete!
My apologies for being M.I.A. for most of April. I was out of town for the last two weeks of the month. I went to my first blogging
Hi folks! Thanks for stopping by!
I’ve been busy fixin’ stuff!
There was this crack in the concrete walkway at Mom and Pop’s house that was driving me nuts, so I repaired it and thought I’d share all
Remember when I made this fabulous under the bed rolling storage solution from an old book shelf?
Well, I want to share with you today how I made those fantabulous drawer pulls. Okay, well, I didn’t actually “make”
Hi Folks! I've been a busy bee this week working on the latest room update. I already installed the beautiful floors (in one afternoon!) and then I built this genius (if I do say so myself) under the bed storage solution that I converted from an old book shelf...
My parents have sooo much stuff and I’m continually working on helping them sort through and clear out things that they don’t use or need anymore.
This old laminate book shelf is one of those things that was taking
Hi folks! So glad you can join me for another DIY as I continue working on fixing up mom and pop’s place!
About a year ago I started ripping up the dirty old carpet and laying laminate floors in their home. I finished
Welcome to part 3 of our concrete countertop tutorial. In the previous two parts of the tutorial, we covered how to create a template for your counter and how to build the form into which you will pour your concrete. Now we're moving on to mixing and pouring the concrete. This is the part where things really start coming together. So let's start with ingredients...