When my son recently asked if I would make a trip to IKEA with him, of course I said yes! Who could turn down the opportunity to spend time with their son and shop at the same time? Not me. How did my trip to IKEA turn out?
Pretty well, if I do say so myself! I bought a towel bar, a paper dispenser, cutting boards, and a door mat. Needless to say I could have bought so much more!
Have you noticed all of the cute door hangers lately? They are everywhere! If you haven’t just check out Pinterest. It certainly has a ton to look at for inspiration. I’ve been looking for a small gift to give my sweet sisters and came across the perfect thing. A Mason Jar Door Hanger!
I found several cute mason jar door hangers but none were exactly what I was looking for, so I decided to make my own!
I have a new rug on the patio! Yay!!! I am so excited. I know, it’s crazy that something so little, can make my day. Right now I get excited about anything that means I can work outside. Abnormally cool temps, tons of rain and cloudy days have kept me indoors.
Not only have the rainy, cloudy days affected my working in the garden, it’s also done a number on my old patio carpet! As you can tell, my rug has seen better days. I blame Mother Nature. Continue reading →
Good morning! Do you know what day it is? It’s Ten on the 10th. Ten fun bloggers sharing ideas for under $10.00 on the 10th of the month. Today we thought it would be fun to share creative planters with you!
You know, something unusual and fun. Maybe something that you wouldn’t normally consider for a planter!
The weather is still a little cool here in North Texas. Yesterday it hailed and rained! Since I am in the house until the weather clears up a bit, I’ve decided to work on framing some black botanicals.
I purchase this book a good six months ago. I knew that the beautiful pages would make awesome art work!
I hope that you all had a wonderful Easter! Normally, the day after Easter has me putting away the bunnies and starting to work in my garden. However, the weather isn’t co-perating. It’s cold! So, today I’m going to share just a few things with you that I do have going on.
When I sat down to write the post for today I realized something. I have been working hard here at the Castle, but haven’t finished one large project! I’ve been doing a little of this a little of that.
The projects are all small. Some are unfinished. Many make me smile, some make me laugh!
So grab something cold to drink and take a look at a little of this a little of that!
It’s spring at the Castle. Finally! Spring is my favorite season, tied with summer. There are a couple of reasons that I love spring so much. First, my birthday is March 20, the first day of spring. Woo Hoo!
Second, after a long winter there is nothing like my garden blooming and all things spring making an appearance inside the castle.
It’s Ten on the 10th! Where my 10 fun blogger friends and I share ideas under $10. This month we decided to share the one item that we decorate with that we can’t live without. I had the hardest time trying to figure out my favorite decorating item!
I am always so excited when it’s time to decorate my St. Patrick’s Day table. Due to the weather the past few weeks, I haven’t gotten much painting done, so I’ve been looking for fun indoor projects to do. This was the perfect project for me.
My centerpiece is always an Oxalis plant, which has the sweetest leaves that remind me of four leaf clovers. You can’t see them now, but this plant has the tiniest white blooms on it. So sweet. Whenever I see an oxalis plant, I know that Spring is on it’s way!
My niece and her sweet family have been renovating a house for the past six months. I’m so excited for them! I’ve also been working on a few things for Beeps room, including refreshing a glider for the nursery!
My neighbor was throwing this glider out. I knew it was a diamond in the rough. With a little love, it would be a beauty again!
Recovering two stools has required quite a bit of motivation on my part.
Recovering? Not Reupholstering? The definition of recovering is: to restore to or return to normal or to restore ones state of mind. Since these two projects have been driving me crazy, I’m sticking with recovering!
Honestly, once I was finished recovering both stools I wanted to kick myself for not doing it sooner!
This sweet little vanity stool was the first one to be tackled. Boy, did it need it! Here’s how I recovered two stools and my sanity.