August 31, 2015
This past weekend I attended the first Midwest DIY Blogger roundup in Chicago, Illinois. The two-day event was held at the famous Randolph Street Market in downtown Chicago. For those of you not familiar with the market, it's been ranked one of the "Top 10 Antique Flea Markets in North America." And yes, you should be jealous.
August 27, 2015
Hello friends! Today I'm going to share with you a few of my recent vintage finds.
It's always fun for me to dish on the goods and show them off to you, my loyal readers!
August 21, 2015
It may take me a while to actually complete a project, but I really do get with the program pretty early on. Take bar carts, for example. I've been seeing them in every shape and form over the past like, gajillion months, and I have a HUGE crush on them! I've seen new ones, old ones, refurbished ones. Mine's a refurbished one. And I couldn't be happier. We all know bar carts can cost a pretty penny these days due to their popularity. Mad Men and all that, I guess.
August 13, 2015
August 10, 2015
Yes, I am holding out for summer, hoping it lasts as long as possible. In honor of the season
I've created some bunting that you can easily recreate for yourself (for any season)!
August 4, 2015
(You may read about my review policy here. All opinions are my own.)
When I was asked to review a product from the online retailer apparelnbags.com, my only problem was deciding what product to review! Apparelnbags sells men's, women's and children's athletic pparel (think T-shirts and sweatshirts) as well as outerwear, headwear and bags/totes. I finally opted to review their awesome Igloo 9050 Glacier Cooler. It is summer, you know. What better time to try a new soft sided cooler?
July 31, 2015
For starters, I have a few more things from the Saugatuk, MI Antique Pavilion that
July 27, 2015
I know some people are talking about Christmas in July sales and the fact that
Hobby Lobby is already selling fall décor items. But not me. For me, summer
isn't over until the first leaf falls. I guess I'm in the minority, but in light of
the Midwest winters we've experienced, I'm not all that antsy for