If you are into bird watching, you will definitely want to feed them to get a view that is up close and personal. Once you do that, you will be amazed at all of the different varieties you will attract. Besides songbirds and woodpeckers, it is also a lot of fun to watch hummingbirds. They are so small and their wings flap averagely about 53 beats per second. This uses a lot of energy that requires the hummingbirds to need lots of food for fuel. Luckily, it is super easy to make your own hummingbird nectar to keep these little birds strong and healthy.
I don't know about you but as soon as the weather starts to warm up, I want to be spending the majority of the time outdoors. With the start of Spring, thoughts go toward sprucing up those outdoor spaces for a little outdoor entertaining. Today, I am focusing on Spring projects that you can do
I love having lots of necklaces on hand but I hate trying to store them. Traditional jewelry boxes usually don't offer enough storage space. Plus, any type of drawer or case is a sure recipe for a tangled mess of chains. For the best type of necklace organization, it's best to have them hanging at
A craft or office desk can easily be made from a variety of different materials. You basically just need something that gives you a flat working surface as well as a base to provide the right height. You don't need to go out and purchase a new expensive desk when there are so many ways
If you are into canning, chances are that you have a few old lids lying around. Since you can't reuse them for future canning, you may have found yourself saving them to cover mason jars for other purposes like jar gifts. They work out perfectly for homemade granola or cookie mix gifts. In fact, there
Springtime at the cabin usually means a little sprucing up of some of the decor inside. Where Winter calls for a lot of rustic reds and buffalo check, Spring can be a bit brighter and cheerful. Personally, I like to keep things rustic but a little more colorful. This is easy to accomplish and affordable
After spending a full Winter at our cabin, I now have a new appreciation for Winter. I used to dread it and only thought of the cold and the need to drive in it. However, I now realize that it is important to embrace the season and enjoy some Winter activity. Although it started as
With the change of seasons, there are certain areas of a home that can get a quick and easy update. One of these areas is in the entryway. There is no better place to set the tone for your entire home. If you have a small console table or desk, you have the perfect surface
Have you ever noticed how appealing tattered and worn suitcases or other vintage cases look? That is why they make such great home decor accents. I found so many things to do with old suitcases that can be incorporated into your home decor. Check out these creative ideas to add some rustic appeal to your
How many of you have a stash of wooden clothespins laying around your house? Chances are that you don't need your full supply for the occasional hanging of laundry. So what to do with all of those extra clothespins? Whether regular size, mine or extra large, I'll show you a variety of clothespin crafts that
Whether you are Irish or not, you can show off your festive spirit by adorning your front door with a wreath on St. Patrick's Day. It doesn't have to cost you a pot of gold to display something special either. With a little luck and maybe an ounce of magic, you can create your own
There are all kinds of rustic signs that you can make for a cabin. I have found an assortment of craft tutorials to show you how you can make your own.