With school back in session, the paperwork is flowing into our house like one of those chocolate fountains. I do my best to file it away as needed, but… there are always a few pieces of paper that need to be front and center and that’s where my trusty cork board comes in handy. Today I’m sharing one of my favorite cork board hacks with you… It will cost you $5 max, and quite possible $0 if you happen to have scrap fabric and thumbtacks kicking around!
It’s no secret that my love for macrame runs deep. When I picked up some rope last year to add some inexpensive decor to our new dining room… the knots came right back to me! I’ve since taught some macrame classes so I figured it was about time to post a macrame how to and share some of my favorites here on the blog!
When I was younger I used to make all of my Christmas gifts each year. I love giving a DIY gift. (I suppose I should ask people whether they like receiving a DIY gift come to think of it… ) Let’s assume getting a DIY gift is something people are into and carry on. This monogrammed cheese board is easily one of my favorites and I wanted to share the details with you; there’s a video at the end of the post if you prefer just to watch!
Spring may not be outside here in Connecticut, but it has sprung in the Smith house! I’m putting finishing touches on my spring table scape and resisting the urge to spend every waking minute in our fresh and dreamy new playroom. One of my favorite little DIYs from the spring table is these marbled Easter egg place card holders (say that 10 times fast!).