Wearing masks when we go out have become a "normal" way of life for all of us. Almost every car you see, now has a mask hung over the rear view mirror or scattered across the car dash! We are no exception! Our daily masks hang out in labeled brown paper bags in the front window. But, inside the house, there has been no organization of all the daily essentials needed for a trip outside the house in this season of COVID-19.
But lack of organization is a thing of the past as we've put together a simple family "grab and go" mask station using Wall Control metal pegboard.
This is a simple DIY to create a mask organization and storage system that functions as a mask drop zone for the entire family. The pegboard assembles quickly and because it's pegboard, it is extremely flexible to customize for your family needs.
Fall and Halloween decorating is in full swing. We're all ready for a little change of season and a little fall decor both inside and outside of our homes. In partnership with the Home Depot, we created a DIY pumpkin topiary for fall that can be swapped out for a spooky Halloween tree complete with DIY ornaments!
Head to the Home Depot to see the full video on how to build the topiary. In this post, we'll go into more detail on how to deck out your Halloween tree.
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This table has a history. It was custom crafted by a local maker many years ago who seemed to have a good reputation regarding his craftsmanship. Unfortunately, it was clear when the table was delivered, his "craftsmanship" left much to be desired. The tabletop was a beauty, but the legs and the way they were attached, left the table feeling wobbly and difficult to move.
Steph lived with it for a while, but finally got fed up. That's when we added metal sawhorse legs. Although that solution looked really good, those legs also proved to be a problem as well.
Finally, we had a "duh" moment and came up with this solution!
Steph received an heirloom pearl necklace from her grandmother and wanted to find a way to display it when not wearing it.
She did a little internet research and found a couple of ideas that she adapted into a DIY design that would work. The surprise material used in this project is a glass vase! She found one the size she needed, took off the feet and inverted to use as the display case--so smart!
Follow along as Steph puts together this simple, but perfect display case.
This project was inspired by a pin I saw on Pinterest. It was a sun catcher made from glass. I wanted to recreate it, but not in glass. We decided we could use the Cricut Maker to cut shapes and use epoxy as a faux stained glass!
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