Coming up on Christmas – just 10 days of crafting/baking left – I thought it was the perfect time to give you all some ideas
In the beginning, Thrift Kitchen started out as its own separate blog. I realized pretty quickly that a lot of the people who were reading
That’s right, I’m showing you a picture of how my fabric should look. It’s so bad I’m not even going to show you the current
The weekend before the wedding I decided it would be a good idea to build a day bed for our guest bedroom. To some this
I was initially attracted to Unexpected Crochet For The Home by its cover: those funky gourds holding citrus fruits. I am definitely one to judge
This past weekend my folks came up to help us move, fix things up around the house, and hang out and have a little fun. My folks went above and beyond helping us get things done around the house. Honestly, the things that they helped with would have been left undone for I don’t know how long.
Inspired by my newly restrung clothesline holder, I made my own clothes pin bag. Start to finish this project took about 20 minutes – and that’s with the figuring out part too!
Before it’s always been “Apartment Redress.” Now that we are living in a house, I’ll continue the redress projects in my home. :)
First though, I want to give you an overview of the place. Today’s post is going to show what it looks like now. As we fix things up, I’ll post about it.
It’s been a month or so since I moved out of my home studio and into the office space. I decided to leave a workspace
Last week I posted about my fight with pillow stuffing and how I’ve gone on a quest to figure out what works best. Shredded Paper