Inexpensive Drop Cloth Projects

Drop cloth is one of my favorite fabrics to work with for a few reasons...It is durable, very accessible, and best of all...it is so inexpensive! I get a 9'x12' canvas drop cloth for $13 at my local hardware store. I am a huge fan of sprucing up my home with handmade items, so I... Continue Reading →

Homemade Eggshell Powder

We own a small flock of backyard chickens for laying eggs. And boy, are we ever getting an abundance of eggs during this early spring season! As we learn the in and outs of raising chickens, we also strive to utilize every aspect of them as possible. From Letting Chickens Till Our Garden, to saving... Continue Reading →

Sewing a Simple Tea Towel

You don't have to be a master seamstress in order to sew a few items for your home! Check out a few of these simple sewing projects: How to Sew Cafe Curtains, DIY Bunting Garland, DIY How to Sew A Half Apron, How to Sew a Button, and more! Quick and easy sewing projects are... Continue Reading →

Knowing When to Plant a Garden

Spring will be here very soon! As I am writing this, the sun is shining and the next two days will be near 70 degrees F! Times such as these are a breath of fresh air in the midst of many, many gloomy and cold winter days. As spring approaches, it is time to begin... Continue Reading →

Handmade Snack Bag

Winter has me craving cozy sewing projects that can be done on chilly days and with a hot tea at hand. Crafting homemade items is a perfect way to pass these bleak winter days! In the past I've worked on these projects: DIY How to Sew A Half Apron, How to Sew Cafe Curtains, How... Continue Reading →

DIY Bunting Garland

Simple sewing projects are perfect for these cold winter days. I've spent many winter hours crafting items for my home: DIY How to Sew A Half Apron, How to Sew a Market Bag, DIY Banner for Nursery With Lettering Template, How to Sew Cafe Curtains, and much more! I have been wanting to make a... Continue Reading →

How to Sew a Button

I'm pushing myself to learn some basic and old-fashioned skills that current culture has thrown to the wayside. This includes mending garments in order to give them another chance rather than throwing them out and making certain items for my home instead of purchasing them: Cafe Curtains, A Half Apron, Pillow Case, Banner for Baby... Continue Reading →

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