Our Home’s 15 Year Anniversary: “So Close To Amazing”

I have had the privilege of being on the launch team of KariAnne Wood’s first book, “So Close To Amazing”. KariAnne has been a Decor/DIY blogger at Thistlewood Farm for many years and has finally had the wonderful opportunity to write a book about her family’s journey from a Texas suburban lifestyle to a rural, … More Our Home’s 15 Year Anniversary: “So Close To Amazing”

Paint Sprayer vs. Spray Paint

Hot summer days are the perfect time to get a little spray painting done outside. But does your project require some cans of spray paint, or should you purchase or use a paint sprayer? I’ll share how I usually decide what to use today, so you can start planning your next weekend painting project!

Float Your Flowers

About this time of mid-summer, my gardens start looking like a jungle. I love how the flowers are blooming like crazy, but the weeds are trying to compete. And when the humidity and temps are high, the last thing I desire is to go out and pull them! Hence, the jungle styled garden.

RIT Dyed Clothespins

An easy summer project to do by yourself or with the kids is to dye wood clothespins with RIT dye. ¬†Over the years, I’ve amassed quite a few in different colors.¬† They’re so easy, fun and useful! I use them for everything from chip bags in the pantry to easy, quick styling around the house.