If you live in a place that has clay soil and you are struggling to keep your plants alive, all is not lost. You can have a lush and beautiful landscape. You just have to know how to grow plants in clay soil and which plants thrive in this type of dirt.
One of the things that I love about the town that I live in all of the streetlights that are reminiscent of the last century. I am especially fond of them during the holidays when the town pulls out the seasonal decorations. This is what led me to build my own DIY Christmas lamppost complete with lantern.
Toys are some of the easiest things that you can make with wood. In fact, you rarely need to go out and buy wood to make a toy. Usually, you can accomplish several wooden toys just using the scrap wood left over from a previous project.
The following is a list of some of the easiest DIY wooden toys that I have made from scraps. Anyone can make these!
This year, I wanted to use up some of my leftover cedar fencing. With Halloween right around the corner, I thought that the cedar would be useful to create something rustic for my porch. I finally decided on making several rustic Halloween lanterns with Jack O’ lantern faces.
One important element to getting a DIY furniture piece to looking fabulous is to use the right finish. I personally love that weathered gray look. One of my favorite finishes is a driftwood finish which I used on this project.
Have you been thinking about a dream kitchen full of navy blue cabinets? Maybe you are but you are still on the fence waiting to see if the trend will last. Well, you can get off that fence now because navy cabinets are here to stay!
A dishwasher is an amazing tool to have in the kitchen, but when used incorrectly it can destroy some of your most prized pieces. These 23 items are things you should never wash in a dishwasher!
Each year, designers, influencers, and freelance writers release a breakdown of what the upcoming kitchen trends and color schemes will be. They are exciting to read, but often not exactly accurate.
If you google “how to clean a knife block,” probably the first few articles that will pop up will say to wash it in soapy water, and/or soak it in a bleach solution, followed by a sink rinse. Please do not do that! It will totally ruin your knife block!
After sharing my recipe for making powder detergent, I thought it might be a good idea to post how I wash cold water loads. For that, I prefer to use my homemade liquid detergent. It doesn’t require grating (yay) and is so insanely easy to do. Once you learn the recipe, you will likely never go back to store-bought again.