Good day everyone! I hope your Valentine’s Day was full of love and sweet surprises. While mine was fantastic, the cold and snow of a Minnesota winter is a little discouraging. I can’t head for warmer climates so I need to make the most of it. So I decided to put together a collection of items to help you beat the winter blues.
One of the best ways to keep the blues at bay is to make your home warm and cozy.
Banish the winter chilled with a warm relaxing shower. This stainless steel shower panel delivers a spa feel without a complete bathroom remodel. The retro-fit design using your existing plumbing. So it’s easy to install. You will love the three adjustable shower jets, ergonomic shower-head and a hand-held sprayer. It’s perfect for turning any shower into the ideal place to warm up.
Happy (almost) Valentine’s Day! It’s difficult to believe that it’s less than a week away! Seeing all the hearts and glitter reminds me of middle school. We always celebrated Valentine’s Day in middle school by decorating our classroom and crafting Valentine boxes. Since every student gave valentines to the entire class, we would need a sizable box. It was a little like Halloween with glitter and hearts instead of skulls and other creepy things. This year I decided to revive and improve my favorite grade school project by making a Valentine Box for our whole family. Now we can fill the box with love, encouragement, and a bit of candy to enjoy together on Valentine’s Day.
Spread a little love and a lot of fun with this easy Valentine’s DIY. Using a simple box, you can create a mailbox for handmade cards and sweet treats. After you’ve celebrated and shared all the sweet sentiments, keep all those precious cards safe in your box to enjoy for years to come. This fun throwback to old school Valentines Day is a project the whole family will enjoy.