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DIY & How-To’s

HomeDIY & How-To’s

Our first home together was adorable. It was a little ranch, on the outskirts of an urban area, and it was the perfect first home. Gorgeous hardwoods, little touches of character, cozy rooms. The only downside? It had awful landscaping (see below!). And the flower beds would grow nothing, except lilies and weeds. I don't like lilies, and I really don't like weeds, and one summer I had had enough and decided it was time to do something. Alex and I talked it over and due to the fact that any previous attempts at growing anything had miserably failed (especially on the left flower bed, for some reason), we decided to give a container garden a go. It was

I wish I would have invented spray paint. It's so genius! I've always been a fan of it. It's an easy fix for pretty much any thing that you'd like to tweak the look of. It's very cost effective, too, especially if you're using it on furniture - one or two cans of spray paint is significantly less than buying a whole new piece of furniture! This isn't really a DIY per se, since I think we can all operate a can of spray paint. This is more of a look into what you can do with spray paint and a few spruces to some old or broken pieces of furniture, to maybe help inspire you and

I wish I would have invented spray paint. It's so genius! I've always been a fan of it. It's an easy fix for pretty much any thing that you'd like to tweak the look of. I'm no stranger to spray painting furniture, so of course I had to pick up a couple bottles for some projects in the new house. There were two projects I wanted to tackle right away - nightstands in the master bedroom and a mirror for the hallway off the kitchen. The point behind these projects was to transform things we already had for as little money as possible, to just kind of get us by until we could budget for something "better."

I love plants. I really do. But I have a really bad way of just killing every plant I've ever owned. Except for the ones that I wish would die. Those inexplicably hang on for dear life and thrive and spread out. That's what's happening in this picture above. Specifically with the lilies. Last Spring, I spent an hour and dug up all of the lily bulbs in our front flower beds. I think lilies are beautiful flowers but I don't like having them in the flower bed because they only bloom for a little while, then they're these tall green stems and that's it. Well, I guess I missed several bulbs. I am happy to see, however, that my lavender plants