Labor Day weekend took on a whole new meaning this year when our firstborn surprised us by arriving three weeks early. We chose to wait until delivery to find out whether we were having a boy or a girl and were so excited to finally find out that we had a sweet baby GIRL. It’s a moment we’ll never forget, and the surprise was so worth the wait!
Whether your favorite DIY-er is into making crafts, art, home decor, or just a big mess, you’ll find something for them here. These gifts aren’t limited to Christmas, either. This gift guide for DIYers will help you find the Perfect something for birthdays, mother’s day, or any other day of the year. I’ve compiled a wide variety of items from all kinds of diy and craft categories to help make the day a special one.
creating a system that allows you to see everything with a quick glance, use the food you have so it doesn’t go bad, and that you can easily maintain is the most important quality in a pantry. In Week 6 of the One Room Challenge, I’m sharing tips to help you create your own system for an organized pantry that works for you.
In Week 4 of my $75 One Room Challenge, I finally pulled out my wallet to purchase supplies and materials. I spent nearly all my budget this week, but it went a long way in making a difference in the room. The floor and light fixture both got a makeover that brought them into this century!
Week three of the one room challenge saw another free change in the form of paint. The ceiling, walls, and trim all got a few coats of paint, and combined with the painted vanity and hardware, the room is starting to come together!!
During September’s 30 Projects in 30 Days, I checked so many items off of the ever-expanding to-do list – 30, to be precise, in case you were wondering – but that barely put a dent in it. So I’m going to continue whittling it down, tackling one thing at a time and sharing my progress on the blog on (most) Tuesdays.