You may have seen these popping up here and there, and I LOVE them: Kokedama moss balls. Kokedama are a form of bonsai and, turns out, they’re mad easy to make! I’m cutting a few corners, but so far… so good- they’re all going strong!
If there’s one thing I LOVE, it’s a gorgeous lush terrarium. I shared a How To tutorial years ago and it’s awful. The information ain’t all bad, but Eleanor could probably take better pictures with her lego phone. So when my amazing friend Cindy helped me design my GORGEOUS logo for At Charlotte’s House, I decided to try my hand at this terrarium tutorial one more time!
Hop onto the Way Back Machine with me, folks, and let’s take a little spin. Allow me to remind you how this backyard shed supreme looked 18 months ago when we moved into this house. In a word, dreary. I am SO excited that I am now staring at a bright and colorful and USEFUL space for me to use for so many things!
I teased this project a couple of weeks ago, but wanted to share with you officially! Our dog Frank is high on the anxiety scale and having a cozy crate for him to retreat to is huge. In this house, Frank’s crate is out on the back porch and he loves it out there. He can bark at every dog that walks outside the fence. He can bark at anyone who comes in the back gate. He can bark when anyone comes to the front door. You get the drift…