Can I just tell you how much I LOVE following Chip and Joanna Gaines through television, Instagram, Facebook, blog . . . the whole nine yards. I kinda love them and watch re-runs of “Fixer Upper” on Netflix like A LOT!
I’m sad and nostalgic as I write this post, so bear with me. A couple week’s ago, I attended my first (and most likely last) Niche and Nail workshop. Okay, so, remember Jenn who did that rustic sign giveaway on my blog about 2 months ago? Well, not only does this woman make and sell her signs, but she also does workshops where you can make your own. How cool is that?! Instead of canvas painting, you paint rustic wood signs for your home. Not only that, you get to choose out of several options before the workshop. This is totally up my ally!
A couple weeks ago, I was invited to one of the workshops, and I was so excited to go! Seriously Continue reading →
Take patriotic to a new level by making your very own pallet American flag!
This post contains affiliate links. You can read my full disclosure here.
Okay, if you haven’t figured it out already, I am obsessed with pallet wood. I LOVE pallet projects! Since I’m on a pallet kick right now, I figured I would go ahead and share with you yet another project that we completed a while back – a pallet American flag. The great thing about this one is that I actually have some step-by-step pictures for you. Oh boy!
The background of these American flag beauties is that one day I decided I wanted a pallet American flag. I think I randomly saw one on Pinterest or Facebook or something and, being the patriotic military wife that I am, knew I just HAD to have one! I pulled up a picture of one and showed my amazing handyman husband and he said, “Sure! I can make that!” I knew there was a reason I love this guy! So, he went pallet shopping scrounging and got to work. Continue reading →
Since we first moved into our house, we had just had an ordinary coat rack that did exactly what it was made for. But, as our family grew, we outgrew the coat hooks. Coats accumulated. Bags accumulated. Keys kept getting lost. We decided it was time for a solution. My husband then came up with the great idea of building our own coat rack out of a pallet. I’ll admit that I had a very difficult time envisioning what he had in mind for the project. So, I had to trust him, and boy am I glad I did! I have never been so happy with our coat rack!