I know for most of you out there 50 followers is nothing but for someone who just started a few months ago it means so much. I, of course, would love to be one of those who get to say '5,000 followers...yay!' but I will take what I can. 50 means I am at least … Continue reading 50 FOLLOWERS!
The Sunshine Blogger Award is given to bloggers by other bloggers who are creative, positive, and inspiring. They are a ray of light to the blogging community. I’m proud to say that I’ve been nominated. It means the world! I would like to send out special thanks to Kristopher Lee at https://frugalhusband.com. Check him out! His stuff … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award
Happy Fourth of July everyone! A little reminder, we celebrate the 4th because in 1776 we signed the Decloration of Independance which seprarated us from the British and created the USA! The flag we display so proudly stands for so much! 13 stripes were the first 13 colonies this country was founded on. 50 stars … Continue reading Happy 4th!
This was fun to make. Who doesn't like wreaths? lol. This was actually my first burlap wreath and I have to say it was surprisingly easy. 😀 What you need: Wire wreath 2 different burlap ribbon (one normal and one american flag looking) red, white and blue construction paper battery operated star lights Start by … Continue reading American Flag Wreath
I love being out in my garden. There is something about planting, playing in dirt, the smell of flowers and watering that is just soothing to me. Or maybe it is all the work you put into it to finally see that bud you have been waiting for for so long. I get so giddy. … Continue reading 4th of July Stacked Garden Pots
Like many other Americans, I love the Fourth of July. I love the colors, the food, the decorations and the fireworks. But most importantly I love the time spent with family. I wanted to make something special for this iconic holiday so I decided to create these painted jars to display proudly. What you need: … Continue reading The Land of The Free
I have been ask many times how do I make my signs without a machine. So here it is. Now I have seen many times how people shade one side of paper then flip it over and trace the outline. This method is supposed to transfer the pencil marks to the wood and all you'd … Continue reading How to Make a Stencil
When we moved into our home there was a lot of old fencing that needed to be torn down. We cut off the rotten bottom, took out the rusty nails and kept all that wood. We have done multiple projects out of them and we keep finding more things to make. Here is a perfect … Continue reading Barn Wood Daddy Frame
Does your dad work with his tools all the time? Why not give him something that will make him smile next time he is out there working? Now Dads, I know this is a one way street but don't try giving your wife a broom with "you sweep me off my feet" marked on it … Continue reading You Nailed It Dad!
There is something special that a father and a daughter share. Something only the stars can understand. Yet it shines so bright everyone can see it. It is, in my opinion, more than love. My Father has been my world since before I could remember. When he speaks the world stands still. When he laughs … Continue reading A Daughter’s First Hero