I have learned 3(three) things so far in the world of blogging and they are:
you must have quality photos in your posts
you must have time to dedicate to keeping your blog updated
you must be consistent in the frequency of how often you post
The photos aboveshow the enamel ware bowl I got on my antique/junk road trip in September – the same bowl I was planning on turning into a clock for my kitchen but couldn’t bare to put a hole in it – not yet anyway…so today it is my receptacle for halloween candy and tomorrow it will house mittens and hats??? ~ maybe~
Wow another month is almost over, where did that time go? Halloween is just around the corner and then for those of us living in Canada, we will be on the countdown to Christmas and don’t ya just know I’ve been looking at sites and pins regarding Christmas already 🙂 Continue reading 5 Blogs to Follow week of October 27-November 02
On Saturday past we decided to take a break from house renovations and fix-ups and go on a little road trip to search out some junk and treasures.
After a bit of googling, I found, what I referred to as my treasure map and asked L how far away all these places were and how long it would take. (For anyone living in Alberta or anyone that really wants to know we followed the Kalyna Country Antique tour – tidbit Kalyna means high bush cranberry in the Ukrainian culture). We did add one extra spot to our tour as we saw signs for an antique show – happy, happy, joy, joy… we left at 830am and arrived home just after 900pm. I will stop babbling now and show you our treasures… Continue reading Junk and Treasures
I am sad to see summer gone but once fall hits and the weather turns cooler, that’s when I seem to want to make, bake and decorate. What about you?
We’ve only been in our little fixer upper for two months now and already I have a ton of ideas and projects I want to complete (by I – I mean we..).This is one that happened from finding a piece of fence post left behind by the previous owner.
I admit that I have a thing for “pumpkins” and I absolutely LOVE decorating for halloween. The piece of fence post left behind was about 24″ long. As soon as I saw it I knew I had to repurpose it and I asked L to cut it into three pieces for me 10″, 8″, and 6″ and bless him he sanded them down for me while he was at it. Continue reading Cheap and Easy Repurposed Wood for Fall Decor