For Valentine’s Day this year, I thought we could celebrate ourselves. With such a rough and heavy year we’ve all gone through, I wanted to take a minute to remind you that you are special. You’ve made a difference not only in my life, but in many, many others. For some, last year left a pit in our stomachs, and a heavy feeling of loneliness. That’s why, it’s time to celebrate ourselves and be our own Valentine! Let’s do something nice for ourselves that will make us feel great, and uplifted! Are you with me?! Like, let’s rock on with our bad selves!! Here are 5 of my suggestions!
Above the sink in our kitchen is a detail that I don’t care for in the least. It’s a wavy strip of wood that connects cabinets together or ties them together. Anyway, it runs between two cabinets, and I’m not a big fan of wavy. It looks dated to me. And when I say dated, I mean not in a good way.
I’ve thought about just cutting it out. That theory seems simple and a quick fix. But, the more I looked into it, checked everything out, there’s a lot more than that entails. I just don’t want to tackle right now. Bless this old house. If we cut it out, then we have to deal with other things and then there’s a whole lotta yadda yadda yadda.
Is there a detail in your kitchen that you don’t like, but can’t change? Here’s an easy DIY, hiding a detail with a no-sew curtain valance.
Do you want to know how to turn a washcloth to a bath mitt? I have the easy peasy DIY that will take less than five minutes to sew!
Of course, for me, I always have some sort of backstory to share, and in this case, it’s kinda humorous.
Come on in and I’ll show you how easy it is to turn a washcloth into a mitt in less than 5 minutes. And if I can do it, then you can too!
Little by little we have been updating the kitchen here in the 1820. When we first moved in, there was wallpaper with birds, and a border to compliment with bird’s nests; dark cabinets and exactly one light fixture that left us squinting at night just to see what we were eating
In the 10 plus years we’ve lived here, we’ve made quite a few changes to the pulse of our house, and this latest upgrade is now the crown jewel of our farmhouse kitchen.
Check out this amazing backsplash, along with some epic before and after photos. You won’t believe your eyes!