And we’re up and running!!
Welcome to the new home of Be Fed Again!!
Be Fed Again has a new site host and a new look! I couldn’t be more excited and so very grateful that you, my readers, have helped me to grow and have helped make this new and improved look possible.
So from the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU!
As I mentioned before, my goal was to have my blog resemble an online magazine, and I’m so happy with the new layout. I invite you all to poke around and see all of the new upgrades! My mission is the same: I’ll be sharing our DIY projects that we take on here with our 1820, along with delicious recipes, entertaining ideas, fun crafts and organization tools, gardening tricks and quick tips. And, I’m so pleased to mention that all of my recipes now are on recipe cards! At the click of the mouse, you can print out the cards and have the recipe, right there in black and white, while you cook up any one of my delicious recipes!
I thought with a new site look, I would share with you an easy DIY project, using scrap wood and a heavy chain and a Lazy Susan base that you can find here. Sounds intriguing, right?! This wooden Lazy Susan couldn’t be easier to make, and that heavy chain helps to make the wood look distressed and reclaimed. Check out my video here for the complete DIY how-to!
Every dinner table needs a Lazy Susan! No more reaching over someone to grab the ketchup; with a little spin, everything ends up right in front of you. Convenience is key, and this wooden Lazy Susan will be a welcomed addition to your dinner table. Now, how easy is that?!!!