The other day, I popped into Hobby Lobby for a quick craft supply run. But I should have known better. No trip to Hobby Lobby is every quick. I end up wandering and getting lost in all the cool stuff. I especially got caught
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...
[Feb 2016 Update: If you want to add an integral sink to your countertop, make sure to also check out the tutorial on how to make a concrete counter or vanity with integral sink. Here’s the one I made…]
It all started with a great big hole in the ceiling caused by a drain line back up in the central air conditioning system.
Not a pretty sight.
Luckily, the damage was covered by the AC warranty. So I didn’t have to
My name is Jenise and I’m a concrete-a-holic. If you’ve been following along, then you may have figured that out already. While my concrete designs thus far have been pretty basic, which has been great because
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.
A few years ago I was visiting Catalina Island and I came across a little art exhibit where I found this fabulous Dr. Seuss wall hanging and I was instantly smitten. Read More...
When I posted my DIY Doggie Princess Bed (made from an old drawer), I promised a follow-up post on how to make the fab no-sew pillows for the bed. Today I have that tutorial for you.
I am happy to announce that so far my little Lily has given up "her" laundry basket and instead is loving her new bed. She actually couldn't get in it quick enough. The entire time I was working on it, she kept crawling into it. I had to keep taking her out and then she'd sneak right back in the moment I looked away. Read More...
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When I was a kid we would throw a blanket over a table and claim the space as a clubhouse or fort. And whenever some family on the block bought a new refrigerator …oh, I can hardly breath thinking
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I’ve come across this gorgeous DIY tree branch table a few times and each time the instructions are in Dutch. So I finally stopped looking for an English translation and instead put together a translation myself. Here