I’ve often gone hiking and come across some beautiful broken branches. On one river trip down Cataract Canyon (that’s the canyon just before the Grand Canyon and leads into Lake Powell) on the Colorado river I came
It all started with a pile of wood…
My brother was trimming back some trees in his yard and gave me a call saying he had a bunch of cut branches and do I want them to make something. Umm, do I want them? Really,
I’m writing this on a flight to Vegas! I’m heading to that concrete artisan course that I posted about last month.
If you recall, the course is taught by Countertop Solutions in Las Vegas. Not only will I be learning how to make counter tops, but also concrete fireplace surrounds, Mantles, Hearths, showers and tub surrounds, concrete tiles, flooring, stairs, window sills... You name it...
My concrete crush continues with crushed glass. Today’s concrete project involves not only a little crushed glass, but also some old fashion tie-dye, and of course, my favorite Rapid Set® Cement All®. We are making
I’ve seen a number of Pinterest pins on removing labels from glass bottles, although I’ve never actually viewed any of those posts since I’ve never needed to remove any labels…until now.
You see, I needed
Today I’m joining up with some bloggy friends (“some” means 40+ bloggers) to celebrate the 2-year blog anniversary for Bonnie from The Pin Junkie blog. Together we’re hosting a DIY link party.
It's that time of year when all things frightful come creeping, crawling, slithering, and squirming out of every dark corner. Not only is Halloween right around the corner, but next week is the season premier of Walking Dead! I've been waiting for this for MONTHS!
So with all the fun scary stuff going on, I got my DIY groove on and jumped on board. You all know how much I love working with concrete/cement, with all its endless possibilities. Well my latest concrete project is a DIY concrete tombstone. And this is just about the easiest DIY project you'll come across. Read More...
I stopped in to Hobby Lobby yesterday to quickly pick up a $4 item that I needed for a project. Ninety minutes later I was walking out to my car. Yes, NINETY MINUTES LATER! I’m sorry, I can’t help it. I have an
Hi friends! Thanks for stopping by today. I can’t wait to share my latest project. I probably say that for each post, but I can’t help it. It’s completely true. I get so excited when I make something new that
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Today we are getting organized. Or at least I am