Have you ever heard of hobnail glass? Google it. It’s beyond cool. I love it. And it’s not that hard to find, but that never stopped me from DIYing something. Good news is this will set you back $10 max. And it’s a great way to upcycle old glassware!
You know that feeling when you have the answer and your hand is up and you’re waving it back and forth (and then the teacher calls on someone else who has their hand raised quietly)? Well consider this post my hand waving around in the air with excitement. Backing up, I had this idea… said every blogger ever. After the high of my concrete orbs wore off, I still had a little concreting left in my system. I am also desperate for a water feature in our yard that doesn’t involve watching Hurricane Sandy creep up from the wetlands and into our basement. Here’s my concrete meets water feature masterpiece (if I do say so myself).
When our old kitchen island came down, so did the wee sized fridge. That now lives in our garage as Mark’s pride and joy beer fridge and we have this gigantor in a new location in the kitchen. I’m not going to lie, this refrigerator was a major purchase for us… but your stove and your refrigerator are the kitchen work horses so if you’re going to spend the cash, these are the places. And it’s already made this big family’s life SO much easier. I’m officially a housewife in love with her new appliance.
I love a chic and rustic planter, but they can be a budget breaker. Thankfully, they’re easy to DIY, don’t require any fancy tools or supplies and will cost you under $20! Full material list at the end of the post, but you’re going to need some concrete, and a bunch of thrifted containers. How to Make Concrete […]