Sausha's Washer and Dryer Pedestal
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Designer Baby Necktie Bibs (Set of 3)
Set of 3 100% cotton and flannel material with absorbent cotton middle layer Plastic snap closure Machine washable and dryer friendly Bibs will shrink slightly the very first time, which is expected and gives a better shape overall. I don't pre-wash them because some babies are more sensitive than others and us moms generally like to use our own detergents :) Original Patent pending design!
Bored Jars - For All You Mommas!
HAPPY FAT TUESDAY EVERYONE!! I am so sorry readers, it has been a while. School has been a bit INSANE, but I am now finally on a break and can get back to blogging away! So here is my latest little project... Whoa does this bring me back to my childhood! All growing up I remember having this "terribly-great" thing called a bored jar. It was an old canning jar my mom had filled with little scraps of paper. On each scrap there was something to do, according to my brother and I some were…
Small Place Style
Ok, so these rooms are not particularly small, but I think it shows how the more natural light you have in a room the bigger it feels. I know not everyone is lucky enough to have a huge window or sliding door, but if you can put seating or a table near a window, DO IT !! My own kitchen is only about 10 x 12 but I have a sliding door that leads to a screened in porch. That visually makes my kitchen feel A LOT bigger. Move some furniture tonight, place a comfy reading chair by a window !
Try This: Make A Bird Bath From An Unloved Lamp
I always feel a little sad for the unloved lamps I see on Craigslist. There seems to be a million of them and more often than not, they don’t go with a modern home. Forget trying to put them in your living room – look to the garden instead. Sue, who blogs at Chic Cottage Junk, specializes in repurposing materials and breathing new life into old objects. Case in point – these old lamps she has re-imagined as bird baths.