Mason Jar Chalkboard Lids

Mason Jar Chalkboard Lids
Mason Jar Chalkboard Lids My daughter is a crafting machine. Seriously, she’s always working on something. Whether it’s crochet, those rainbow loom bracelets, her mini pottery wheel, friendship bracelets, painting, cutting, gluing, drawing, you name it and she’s crafting it. Even when she watches TV she’s got something in her lap that involves twisting, braiding ...

DIY Children’s Desk

DIY Children's Desk
DIY Children’s Desk Winter is coming. No, I’m not doing a post about The Game of Thrones (although I should, that’s a great book series and an even better TV show) I’m talking about the dwindling space in my garage. Pretty soon, I’m going to have about 15 musa basjoo overwintering in my garage. Every ...

Glass Bottle Crafts

Glass Bottle Crafts
Glass Bottle Crafts Patron XO Cafe is one of my favorite drinks. I always have a bottle of it sitting in my freezer ready to go. Did you know that each and every patron bottle is handmade and slightly unique. Its a waste to get rid of these bottle when they’re empty so I found ...

Fairy Door

Fairy Door
Fairy Door A few years ago, when my daughter was in kindergarten, she let me know that she told her teacher about my vegetable garden. At the time I was huge into garden blogging and I got really excited and asked her what she said. I was expecting to hear something like Daddy grows a ...

Dividing Hostas

Dividing Hostas
Dividing Hosta If you find a shady spot in my yard, chances are, you will see at least one hosta there. And if you don’t, then there will probably be one there soon. Not only are hostas easy to grow, shade loving plants and they’re also great looking plants. The easy to grow part might ...

Growing Asparagus

Growing Asparagus
Growing Asparagus Everyone knows that asparagus is tasty and makes your pee smell funny but did you know that it really isn’t too hard to grow your own? If you’ve never grown asparagus in your vegetable garden, let me give you the highlights. First off, pick a sunny spot in your garden where you’re going ...