Easy and Inexpensive Fall Wreaths

Fall Wreaths

Fall has become my favourite season. I’ve always been one for warm weather, but the changing Fall colours, the apple orchards, the pumpkin picking, the beautiful decor – well its been growing on me since I’ve become a blogger and what better way to kick of the Fall season than to DIY your own wreaths!? I’m starting to become one of those wreath fanatics. (Check out my Rustic Burlap Pool Noodle Wreath or my DIY Rag Wreath Using Items You’ll Find At Home. I have been exploring some beauties, and I would love to share them with you before the […]

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Spinach & Cream Cheese Stuffed Chicken (Seriously To Die For)

Spinach Cream Cheese Chicken

Spinach and cream cheese stuffed chicken is by far one of my favourite chicken dishes. I don’t make it too often since it’s usually just me that will eat it, and sometimes cutting the recipe down for me is a hassle since I don’t end up using the leftovers. Nonetheless it’s amazing when you first cut into it and take a bite of the savoury goodness!! It’s like seriously to die for! You only need a few ingredients to make this delicious dish and your family will love it! (Hopefully! But we have a few picky eaters in this house.) […]

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Tuna Macaroni Salad (Make This In 15 Minutes Or Less!)

Tuna Macaroni Salad

I’ve really been getting into the summer mood. I’ve been working way too much lately, and I’m starting to get the feels for relaxing by the pool. Summer means barbecuing delicious foods and making some amazing side dishes! One of my staple sides is macaroni salad made with tuna! I’ve been making this on a monthly basis since I don’t remember when now. It’s always been such a quick and easy way to prep food and people will love it! You only need a few simple ingredients and literally only about 15 minutes! What You’ll Need Macaroni Tuna Mayonnaise Salt […]

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Decorating Dollar Store Terra Cotta Pots

Terra Cotta Pots

I’ve wanted to decorate terra cotta pots for a while now. I finally got around to buying a couple when I was in town the other day. Mine came in a package of two – for one dollar. That’s a pretty good price if you ask me! I already had all of the paint at home that I would need to decorate them, so if you want to get technical I paid $1 plus tax for two pots! When it actually came time to decorate my pots, I honestly has no clue on what I wanted to do with them. […]

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How To Transform Galvanized Metal To Get The Aged Look

Galvanized Metal

I’ve been seeing a lot of the aged galvanized metal planters around recently. I love this idea, so I went on to make my own. I had to do a bit of research to see what was used to age the metal. It wasn’t too long before I found a few different ways to do it, but one that didn’t take much at all! Lysol toilet bowl cleaner! This ages the metal very well without using a bunch of harsh chemicals like I was finding! I found a galvanized metal bucket at the dollar store for a buck! Such a […]

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DIY Rag Wreath Using Items You’ll Find At Home

Rag Wreath

I finally jumped on the bandwagon and made my own rag wreath. You wouldn’t believe how easy it actually is. You literally only need items you’ll find around your home. This wreath will cost you virtually nothing to make and it’ll make a great piece to have around your home! It was originally Sarah over at The Project Pile that first introduced me to making a rag wreath. I’ve known her my entire life and even though we both grew up about six hours away from where we are now, we are virtually neighbors again after years of not seeing […]

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The Trick To Keeping Your Paint Can Clean

When it comes to painting, you can make a great mess when you don’t want to. Honestly it’s one of those tasks that, when you are finished, you expect to have paint all over your body. There is one trick that I recently tried when I was staining my coat rack and I forgot to post it until today when I was viewing my photos in my phone and it popped up. So, have you heard of the trick to keeping your paint can clean? If not, keep reading! Paint seems to be getting more expensive as time goes on. […]

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Rustic Burlap Spring Pool Noodle Wreath

Spring Pool Noodle Wreath

When you’re thinking about making your own decor, you obviously want to spend as little as possible. I’ve fallen more in love with wreaths as the days pass. Wreath forms can be expensive, and any alternative is better than to spend a ton of money. I purchased a simple pool noodle from my local dollar store and turned it into a beautiful spring wreath! It’s really quite simple. All you need is a pool noodle and some duct tape to make your wreath form. Making your pool noodle cooperate while you’re trying to tape it in place and working by […]

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Clean Your Microwave Naturally Using A Lemon!

Clean Your Microwave Naturally Using Lemons

If you own a microwave, chances are you’ve had that oopsie moment when you hear a pop coming from the food you’re heating up. There is a good chance that it made a mess of your microwave. There is nothing worse than heating up that bowl of soup and not placing something over top to stop the messes, or if you forget to vent your dish just a little bit and the lid blows right off and makes a mess anyways. Chances are this had happened to you, and if not, it will at some point. The microwave for me […]

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10 Insanely Clever Garden Hacks

Gardening

I’ve always had a green thumb when it comes to gardening, but there are so many tips and tricks that will make anyone’s life easier when it comes to the garden. I am going to show you some of my favourite gardening hacks. 1. Egg shell seed starters Creativity by Squawk Fox Eggshells are a great way to start your seedlings. Its compost and it’s relatively free – I mean you buy your eggs to eat and just throw the shells out anyways. All you need to do is crack your eggs in half make your omelet or whatever else […]

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