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Blue Desk-5

One of the reasons I started this blog and ultimately the reason my business has grown into what it is today, is because of my ability to find good things and transform them into great things.  I have this uncanny knack for seeing a diamond in the rough.  I don’t remember when it started or […]

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procrastinators collage_1

Yes, you read the title of this post correctly.  Procrastinators Tour.  That’s me.  I am, that wait until the last minute girl and pretty much always have been.  In fact as I write this I should be in the garage finishing three pieces of client furniture that are scheduled to be picked up this afternoon […]

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Heirloom Traditions French Vanilla-3

Someone asks me almost every day “What type of paint do you use?”  In my years of painting I’ve used many, many, many kinds of paint.  In fact many of you may not realize how many types of paint are on the market today but take it from me there are TONS.  I’ve tried most of […]

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How to Stain a Concrete Garage-4

A few weekends ago Prince Charming and I worked on our garage….BIG time!  We got up early and went to bed late.  We took ibuprofen to make it through the aches and pains that that much DIY will give you and we made BIG things happen around here. You see there’s a back story to this post but […]

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Link Party Graphic

Hi friends so glad you’re back to hangout with us!  Cant wait to see what you’ve got to show off this week. We only ask that you follow these few easy rules: 1. Become a follower of the blog where you linked up. Or just follow all of us! A Glimpse Inside, Christina’s Adventures, From Gardners to […]

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How to Build a Halltree with MDF-8

   Remember when I showed you how I stenciled part of our garage floor?  Well today I wanted to show you how we built a halltree in our garage to hold all our junk. I’ve told you all many, many times how handy hubby is and this project is no exception.  In fact he was […]

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How to make a Christmas Banner-8

I’ve been slightly obsessed with banners lately so making one for Christmas just seemed to make sense. I used a roll of burlap that I got at Michael’s last year and some letter stencils from my craft stash. First I cut the burlap into 12″ long pieces. Next I folded the sections in half and […]

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Link Party Graphic

Hi everyone!  Welcome to the party! We only ask that you follow these few easy rules: 1. Become a follower of the blog where you linked up. Or just follow all of us! A Glimpse Inside, Christina’s Adventures, From Gardners to Bergers, Redoux Interiors,Too Much Time on My Hands, Farm Fresh Vintage Finds  2. Share our button or party […]

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Six Geese a Laying-5

I’m not really sure what I was thinking when I signed up for the 12 days of Christmas tour.  It’ll be fun I thought.  “Six geese a laying” no biggie, I can come up with something for that.  I got this, right?  But after racking my brain, scouring the internet for ideas, trying some origami […]

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Wooden noel sign-7

Today I have a fun easy tutorial for you, teaching you how to make this Noel sign for Christmas.  It’s so easy and inexpensive anyone can do it! I like to keep my decorating minimal during the holidays.  Don’t get me wrong I love Christmas and everything that goes with it but I don’t like […]

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