This is a tutorial of sorts. If you’ve read my post about my parents new kitchen then you saw the sign I built using an old door, yarn and white twinkle lights. To do this you’ll need: weathered door polyurethane and brush drill witha small bit AND a bit large enough to make a hole the size of a twinkle light (the sizes can vary … Continue reading Let’s Eat!
The two things I love most about my parents outdoor kitchen are: Almost everything used on the interior of the kitchen was recycled. It was a real family affair from getting it built all the way down to the final decorative touches. This is a sign I built using an old door, yarn, and white twinkle lights. I’ll probably do a separate post about this … Continue reading The Parent’s New Kitchen!
A couple of weeks ago I got to watch my 4 year old niece play her last T-ball game of the season. All I have to say is it was by far the cutest thing I’ve seen all year. The huge helmets, pink bats, and tiny high-fives proved to be incredibly entertaining! Check out Payton’s big hit: The best part is the amazing sportsmanship. No … Continue reading The Most Adorable Thing EVER