Have you ever head of the saying, 'Do what you can, with what you have, where you are?' That quote applies to many different areas of my life. Particularly to how I decorate my home, and how I create. I live 15 miles out of the city, on an old hobby farm, so trips to… Continue reading Yardstick side table.
I remember it like it was yesterday. Dad would park the van in their driveway in Minnesota, us 3 kids would jump out as fast as we could, and run down the sidewalk on the hill that was graced with beautiful flower and rock gardens all the way to Grandma and Grandpas door. Grandma and… Continue reading Mini truck-garden tutorial.
Have you ever had an ah-ha moment?! As an artist and entrepreneur, I find myself getting several... every single day. How do I know which ones to take seriously and which ones to let go?! That is the hard part. This can sometimes be overwhelming for many artists and entrepreneurs, but that is where… Continue reading Potato Bin End Tables.
Project Cost; (My cost = $0.00 with re=use of old tires and Menards Rebate $ for the flowers) Average cost = Under $20.00 or cost of plants. Project Level; Medium Project Supplies; Old tires, dirt/soil, flowers, drill/ drill bit. Steps: 1.) Choose you tires and clean them if desired. If you do not have any… Continue reading Tire planters.
Today I have the honor of having my blog post featured over at Pretty Handy Girl’s talent parade! If you head on over to her site, you will find my post all about how with a little bit of creativity and some dirt on your hands-you can take antique and primitive pieces like these….; …and… Continue reading Primitive planters.
"In my garden there is a large place for sentiment. My garden of flowers is also my garden of thoughts and dreams. The thoughts grow as freely as the flowers, and the dreams are as beautiful. " ~Abram L. Urban Oh, sweet Summer time. The sounds of bees buzzing around the yard and the laughter… Continue reading Primitive tipsy pot planter.