We are big fans of Nanoleaf lighting, so when I saw these Nanoleaf Shapes on sale at my local Costco, I immediately texted a picture to Steph.
It was no surprise to me that she wanted them! I purchased two sets and took them home to install, well took them to her house.
While looking at the Costco website, we found that they sell a variety of the Nanoleaf brand lighting although only the Shapes version was currently on sale. I'll be checking regularly to see if any others go on sale in the future.
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We bought a Cricut Maker cutting machine a few years ago, and have really loved creating with it. I have found many use for it especially as a way to make professional looking stick-on labels for storage and organization for my garage and home.
I just did some cleaning in my garage and needed to label some bins, so I thought this was the perfect time to share how I make labels using a sharpie on the Cricut Maker!
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Thank you to Wall Control for providing the product in this project!
Steph and I have installed a lot of Wall Control metal pegboard over the years. With the exception of the replacement plastic pegboard at Steph's house, we've always started on empty walls. This time is different!
Steph's friend, Daniel, installed old school wood pegboard in his garage when he moved into his house a few years ago. Over time, due to the Florida heat and humidity, that pegboard had started to deteriorate. The wood had expanded and contracted making the pegs not fit correctly. It was time for an upgrade!
With Wall Control's partnership, Steph and Daniel, upgraded Daniel's garage from the wood pegboard to metal.
We love to kayak, and recently added another kayak to our collection which also includes a folding Oru and an inflatable stand up paddle board/kayak. The last two do not require any special storage requirements, but the new hardshell one does.
We decided to create a simple storage stand to keep the kayak off the ground and also at a height where we could simply slide in onto the stand with the kayak cart (wheels) in place.
Read on as we share how we made this kayak stand with the materials we had on hand.
Here's a super simple project that comes together really quickly. It's perfect for crafting with your grandkids or niblings (that's your nieces and nephews!)
Head to the Dollar Tree to pick up all but the bird seed and you'll be on your way to your own wild kingdom.
Mother Daughter Projects