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    DIY Punny Herb Pots

    It’s finally Spring! Can I get a “hallelujah”? Even though the weather here in Florida has stayed around an average of 70 degrees the last 4 months, and we haven’t been craving the Spring warmth as many of you have, Spring still brings about so many other things we have dearly missed, like longer days, fresh flowers, cleaning and organizing, growth, productivity and all around refreshing. In honor of the new season, this week I’ve paired with a few special ladies to bring you all a series of DIY blog posts to “Freshen Up Your Spaces for Spring.” We will each be sharing a post to get you in the…

  • DIY Home Decor

    Potted String Light Stand

    We’ve been wanting to add string lights to our back patio for some time now, but we didn’t have any where to hang the lights from. This is where the potted light stand came in handy! They were so easy flippin easy to make! I think I spent more time at Home Depot picking the pot and flowers than we spent making the stand. Follow below for a step by step tutorial on how to make the potted string light stand. If you’ve been wanting to add string lights to your backyard, but don’t have a fence, tree, or a house to connect the lights to, these are perfect for…

  • DIY Home Decor

    DIY White Chippy Shelves

    If I have one word of advice on home project DIYs, it’s make your own shelves! Shelves are surprisingly expensive once you start looking, especially for something that is trendy, sturdy, and has real quality. Making your own shelves costs a fraction of the price, and they are so simple to make! You also have a huge range of customization options if you DIY them. There are a ton of wooden and metal corbels online to choose from, and you can add any type and size of wood to the top, in any paint or stain color you choose. Since I already have so much wood in my house, I…

  • DIY Home Decor

    DIY Blanket Ladder with Copper Rungs

    I’ve been wanting a blanket ladder for SO long, but was unwilling to pay $40+ for a wooden ladder, knowing I could make one for under $20. I finally got around to it this month! I’m so pleased with the results and can’t wait to share my $20 blanket ladder with you, but first, I want to share a few lessons I learned from completing this project. One: Take the time to do things the right way and don’t use wood that is slightly bowed… It simply won’t work and you will end up with a crooked ladder. I was so impatient to get this ladder done, that I settled…