Happy Holidays folks! Yes, it’s that time of year again. Time for Christmas trees, menorahs, hats and scarves (unless you live in Florida, like me, where it’s 80 degrees outside) and lots of holiday
This past weekend I worked on a new concrete project. I experimented with creating my first piece of relief art. A “relief” refers to a sculptural technique that gives the impression that the material has been raised
Hope everyone’s been having a wonderful week! It’s been so nice down here in Florida with the weather finally cooling down. Of course, while the rest of the country’s cool down means it’s
I’ve been having some more concrete fun and I totally love how I can make endless things with concrete! I just finished making some pretty stepping stones for my parental units’ yard.
I didn’t want
Hola friends and thanks for stopping by!
Earlier this year, a couple of buddies and I installed this amazing DIY stamped concrete tile on my
Do you lose your keys? I do. All the time. The worst is when I’m in a hurry and my keys are M.I.A.
I usually place my keys on the kitchen counter when I get home, but sometimes they don’t quite make it there. Sometimes
I had been thinking about making a concrete picture frame for some time now and I finally got around to making one this past weekend. I was planning on cutting up some melamine board to create the form for the frame, but since
In the last dozen years I’ve gone through three printers (an HP, an Epson, and a Cannon), and even though I’m a printaholic, I haven’t purchased a single ink replacement cartridge for any of them. How
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
A special thanks to the Mom It Forward Blogger Network and Fruttare for inviting me to attend the Fruttare Fruit Farm event this past weekend and
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