I found these two trees for $15 on the Facebook Marketplace so I jumped on them because I had been waiting to do a Z Gallerie Aspen Tree copy for a while. I started by cleaning them thoroughly because they were super dusty. Then using the Rust Oleum Spray Paint in Flat White I started … Continue reading DIY – Z Gallerie Aspen Tree Hack
One of my favorite parts of the nursery is the book corner I put together using Ikea shelves. Usually my hubby is the one that does any projects needing drills and stuff but I decided to do this myself and was pretty proud of how it turned out. Materials: Mosslanda Picture Ledges (at ikea here) Drill … Continue reading DIY Ikea Hack – Kids Bookshelves
When we first bought our house I was so excited. In part because we were homeowners (yay!) but also because I got to decorate our home and do exactly what I wanted. Unlike apartments where you're walking on eggshells because you may lose your entire deposit over a nail in the wall. I think I … Continue reading Decorate Your Home On A Budget
I've been eyeing play kitchens for a while but wasn't sure if they would be worth the investment since they are pretty pricey. Leila is at an age (16 months) where she plays with a toy twice and is over it but I have seen her be really interested in play kitchens at her friends … Continue reading Review – KidKraft Vintage Kitchen
When we moved into our house I knew one of my first DIY projects would be the fireplace. I loved the bricks but the color just didn't go with our theme. So I started researching and found a TON of videos and tutorials on how to white wash a fireplace. I'll walk you through my … Continue reading DIY – White Wash Your Fireplace!
I remember when we first started solids. I was so proud. I thought wow, my baby eats everything. EVERYTHING. I would hear people talk about their picky babies and just rejoice inside that MY child.....my little perfect monster may not give me a lick of sleep but the girl will eat anything. From 6 months … Continue reading Making Food Fun For That Picky Eater Phase
Just discovered the most amazing substitute for ice cream... nana ice cream! It's essentially made of frozen bananas. See recipe below - seriously it is delicious with the texture of soft serve ice cream. Mike (the hubs) couldn't believe how delicious it was (and he looooves his ice cream)! Ingredients: - Frozen bananas -Peanut butter … Continue reading Nana Ice Cream Anyone?