Today I want to walk you through the most time-consuming part of this kitchen refresh: painting the cabinets. In fact, I’m not even done with it, that’s how much time it takes! I mean, potentially, I could have been done by now if I hadn’t decided to rewatch all of season one of Westworld, but who can really say? Anyways, here’s a step-by-step look at how to paint cabinets featuring some subpar iPhone photos.Keep Reading
As much as my fiancé doesn’t want to admit it, there is no way either of us are getting through this wedding dry eyed. So to dress up our much needed handkerchiefs, I’m adding a secret little morse code message for him. Follow along for our super easy DIY wedding handkerchief that even the “non-sewers” can finish in an hour or less.
The birds are chirping in Cleveland and I think spring has finally arrived. I should know better than to think there won’t be any more snow, but I’m feeling hopeful! See everything we’re obsessed with in this week’s And Then We Tried Obsessions.
It’s week three of my kitchen One Room Challenge and I am deep in the land of prepping, priming, and painting cabinets. I’m hoping to have a full rundown of that process ready for you next week, but in the meantime, I thought I’d share what I’ve been thinking about while literally watching paint dry.Keep Reading
Just in time for spring, Target has launched their newest collection with Hunter this weekend. Hunter, who’s usually known for $150 rain boots, has taken a fun and colorful look at rain gear, men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, plus outdoor gear and accessories. With an extensive use of rubber, this collection will have you ready for anything rain related. See our favorites from the Hunter for Target line.
Tickets for the Cleveland run of Hamilton go on sale this morning, so it’s safe to say that we’ll be a little distracted for the next hour or so. Other than planning our ticket-buying strategy, here’s what we’ve been into for this week’s And Then We Tried Obsessions.
Well, I can definitively say there’s nothing like posting before pictures and committing publicly to a tight timeline to light a fire under me! This past week saw some great progress on my kitchen One Room Challenge project and I think we’ve finally nailed down most of the decisions. Let’s get into the details. Keep Reading
After hibernating all winter, I’m ready to start working on projects again! I have been feeling a little bored and stir crazy these last couple of weeks and I think it’s from the lack of large projects. I took up latch hooking (and then promptly forgot about it), rearranged my office (and then craft supplies exploded all over it again while painting Trudy), and was cooking a lot for the Whole30 (and then returned to eating take out and trash). I love working on big furniture pieces and tearing walls and ceilings apart for big impact projects but with my basement full of my porch furniture and the garage filled with melting snow and freezing temps, I haven’t had anywhere to work. Also, blankets and fires just seemed like the right choice for a couple months. Now that it is warming up a bit, I’m ready to get to work and could use some advice from the internet if you’ve got any suggestions. Here’s my current spring project list.Keep Reading
While we as a group aren’t huge on sports, having baseball back in season is making it feel like spring might finally be here! We’ll just ignore the snow showers we had yesterday in Cleveland. If you’re looking for something to watch or buy this weekend, we’ve got you covered with this week’s And Then We Tried Obsessions.