I shared a teeny tiny sneak peek of today’s reveal on Instagram a while back, but today I finally get to share the full reveal. I finished up my front porch makeover and have been dying to share it ever since. And considering how unusable the space was before (click through for the before photos), it’s surprisingly become one of my favorite places to hang out, even in the Atalanta heat.
The porch itself is very small and the fact that it’s the exact same layout as my upstairs balcony, felt a little daunting to tackle with another makeover. Kinda like the movie Groundhog Day – I didn’t want to repeat the same thing over again.
Lighting trends are all the rage right now. And while they are some really amazing pendants, table lamps, etc out there, they’re not exactly all within reach of a tight budget. So, today I’m sharing some DIY ways you can recreate those lighting trends with your own two hands, on a serious budget.
We’re only a few days into August, and while July was national ice cream month, I just can’t help but squeak out a little more from everyone’s favorite summer treat. I’m in the middle of planning a little summer ice cream party for friends, and as a result, have been sitting on a whole bunch of recipes (involving ice cream) that I couldn’t wait until the party to share.
So, I’ve teamed up with Nestlé to bring you 3 (very) easy recipes, that all include a little ice cream, as a part of their ‘There’s an ice cream for that’ campaign! I’ve been taste-testing everything ahead of time and these are oh-so-ready to share. Click through for my recipes for homemade matcha waffles cones, mint chocolate chip donut sundaes, and (my favorite) a peaches and cream soda float – which can be served boozy or non-alcoholic.
It’s nearly back to school season already! So, whether you have kiddos at home or are just looking for an excuse for a new lunch bag, I have you covered with a DIY canvas and leather version that works for adults and kids.
They’re sewn from hand painted water-resistant canvas, so you can mess with the dimensions, designs, etc to get it just right for you (or your kid). Here’s how to make your own!
These days, I’m all about the DIY jewelry projects, especially if they’re quick and easy. So, today I’m sharing a unique necklace project with an earthy modern vibe. Bonus! With a little brass tubing, thick leather, and a few other supplies, this DIY brass and leather necklace idea will take you less than 30 minutes to make!