My Favorite Houseplant Part 2

I’ve wrote about how I put cuttings of my favorite houseplant into vases with water (you can see that post HERE), but it’s also just as easy to plant them in pots too. All you need is soil (I never have good luck with Miracle Gro), some pots, clean scissors and a Mama Plant.

Saving Marigold Seeds

I haven’t bought Marigold seeds in at least 5 years because they are the easiest flower to collect seeds from.  My main tips on collecting the seeds is: make sure they are dry (it hasn’t rained in a day or two) and store them in a paper bag.  Oh, and … keep reading

Pillow Tags

This post is NOT about how long you should keep a pillow.  If anything, I can only tell you that you probably shouldn’t keep it as long as I do.  It seems to take months to get it just like I want it, with the lumps in all the right … keep reading

When traveling…

Remote controls are the dirtiest thing in a hotel room.  Unfortunately, it’s rare that the TV stays off, so I have been using this hack.  It makes the remote control usable and gives me a piece of mind.  I’m probably not the first person to think of this, but if I … keep reading

Personalized Bags

I’m a Cricut-holic.  This seems to pair well with my love for Dollar Tree.  I saw these bags the other day at the store and had an instant plan. Christmas is coming up and personalizing them made a great gift idea for a couple of my little bffs.  They are … keep reading

Craft Storage Tip

My husband gets all the credit for this craft storage idea. I used to use old yogurt cups, Tupperware, sour cream containers, anything I could find with a lid to put all my little “pretties” in.  My husband is a problem solver and a few years ago he put a … keep reading

“Magic” Wand

I made a freebie chop stick into an adorable “magic” wand. It was easy. Not messy. And I literally had all the materials needed on hand already. Materials used:  chop stick, glue gun, old beads and spray paint. How to:  CAREFULLY!  I glued the bead to the tip of the … keep reading

All Natural Ant Repell”ant”

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