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 autumn everyone! I hope your fall is going wonderfully. The weather and colors could not be nicer here in Minnesota. We’ve been enjoying the cool weather and glorious sunshine. It makes me want to either go out for a walk or curl up at home with a good book and a cup of tea. But Halloween is approaching, and my home is lacking in cute holiday decor. Since Halloween is less than two weeks away, I need something fun and quick to decorate with. A couple years ago I made adorable 4th of July mini shades, so this Halloween I decided to make three different mini shades for sting lights.
Paint, hot glue, and a bit of spooky inspiration transform simple plastic cups into darling Halloween decor. Simple to make, these mini shades bring a delightful treat to normal string lights. This is a great project to do with your kids. You can fill the string lights with one kind or all three shades for a wickedly cute addition to your Halloween decor.
Hello everyone! How has your summer been so far? Are you ready for school to start? Yeah, me neither. We are trying to get every last ounce of fun out of summer while we still can. And making s’mores is one of the best ways to savor summer. But between thunderstorms, bugs, and no place for a fire pit, I created a portable s’mores maker (or a mini fire pit) that can go indoors and out.
Using lava rock and canned heat, you can make this tabletop s’mores maker. The lava rock keeps the container from heating up and is lightweight. So you can take it anywhere. The canned heat is easy to use and replace. And there’s no sparks or ash to worry about. The s’mores maker is perfect for indoors, tiny decks, or even taking on a picnic.
Good morning everyone! Spring has officially sprung, and these April showers are sure to bring out beautiful May flowers. My family and I have been enjoying the weather when we can, but no one likes to be soggy and cold. At least everything is turning a lovely shade of green. It’s easy to get caught up in the joys of Spring, but don’t forget Mother’s Day is just over two weeks away!
There’s still time to order something special for your mom this Mother’s day. Or to give your man a little nudge in the right gift giving direction. This week I have put together an assortment of gift ideas for relaxing, cooking, and enjoying the backyard. All of these great gifts are available at Heartland America while supplies last.
Mothers do so much for their family and friends; they deserved to be pampered with any of these gifts.
There’s nothing like unwinding in a Jacuzzi. With the Anytime Jacuzzi Jet, you can turn any tub into a relaxing oasis. It sticks to the side of the tub and easily removes so you can take it anywhere. The adjustable jets gives you just the right kind of jet where you need it most.
Good day to you all! Are you looking forward to Easter? I certainly am. The whole weekend is jam packed with all sorts of things to do. Parks and churches across the city are hosting Easter egg hunts. Baskets and jelly beans are flying off the shelves. While I was putting the finishing touches on my Easter preparations, I remembered I don’t have anything festive for my door. So I decided to make a door hanger that I easily can change for every season.
With a few frames from the thrift store, this door hanger can be changed for each holiday. I have also created an adorable mini Easter banner printout to share with you. It is entirely up to you how you wish make this versatile project your own.
Hello everyone! And hello spring! I feel like I talk about the weather all the time. But in Minnesota the weather is always unpredictable and a topic of discussion. Thankfully this week is going to be perfect for enjoying time outside with family. It’s so nice to actually enjoy the outdoors without having to worry about freezing to death. Before walks, water sports, and camping, I need to replace some items that wore out last year. To get the gear I need this spring, I first checked out Heartland America. Right now they have a variety of products to make the most of the coming spring and summer months. So I wanted to share with you a few of the things I found that will help you stock up for spring.
Get your guy ready to tackle outdoor work and play with great spring gear.
Don’t lose track of time outside with this nautical dive watch from Del Mar®. This sturdy and handsome watch is made to last with a screw down crown and mineral glass lens. It also features luminous hands so he can check the time even when the sun goes down.
Hello everyone! I hope the weather where you are has been enjoyable, at least some of the time. Our weather in Minnesota is persists in being unpredictable. But that’s how it usually is. It is nice springy one day, and then it’s frosty winter the next. I’m already tempted to start cleaning, but with snow in the forecast I’ll just have to start preparing. This week I have some ideas of what you will need for your spring cleaning.
No matter the work need outdoors, here are some great tools to get the job done.
Clean up your patio, driveway, and garage floor with a Sun Joe electric leaf blower. With two speed that produce up to 215 mph wind speed, you can blast through those dead leaves and debris that you missed in the fall.
Good day everyone! Thank you for stopping by the blog today. I hope you are taking sometime to read a good book and celebrate Read Across America Day. I am an avid reader myself. So I will have my nose in a good book as soon as possible. Then I will probably stay up till 3am to finish said book because that’s just the way I am. 😀 The The first author to encourage me to read, along with so many others, was the wonderful and whimsical Dr. Seuss. Today is also his birthday. So in honor of both reading and Seuss, I’ve decided to repurpose a children’s book into an adorable picture mat.
Of course I had to use a book of Dr. Seuss. The illustrations are perfect for embellishing a picture mat. Not to mention that they are just so fun and colorful, perfect for a kid’s bedroom or playroom. With a used copy of Dr. Seuss and a thrifted picture frame and mat, you can create a whimsical place to showcase a family memory.
Good day all! How was your Valentine’s Day? Mine was excellent and so very fun. I love spending time with my family. Now that Valentine’s is over it feels like things will get back to normal again…at least until Easter. I had wanted to share this DIY project with you back in January, but it wasn’t meant to be. With life returning to it’s usual level of busyness, this repurposed vintage book planner keeps things organized fabulously.
I love that this repurposed project is completely customizable. You can make a one of a kind creation with a thrifted book, scrapbooking supplies and your imagination. Also I have designed some pages you can print out to fill your planner and keep your schedule organized year after year.
Happy Groundhog Day everyone! It’s odd that we rely on a giant rodent for the impending forecast, but it is a cute tradition. Whether we have six more weeks of winter or not, at least we have Valentine’s Day coming up to warm our hearts. As a child I remember making Valentine’s mailboxes in class. They were so fun to make and everyone exchanged Valentine’s cards. So there’d always be a big haul of cards and candy to enjoy. I don’t get all the cards and candy I used too, which is good for my waist line. But I do get even more love from my family. So I wanted to create a message board to show off all the love in our home.
This repurposing project turns a baking tin into this lovely message board. Chalkboard paint lets you leave sweet little messages for that someone special. Not to mention that you can display all the thoughtful cards and valentines from the most important people in your life. With a little money and effort, you can create your own repurposed message board and spread the love this Valentine’s Day.