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Tiered Planter

Before moving I gave away quite a few of our in door plants.  Since we were moving so far I didn't want to worry about them moving, spilling or dying during the move. So when we got up to Washington I had to start collecting them again. Along with those plants I gave away their containers though! Time to make a few more!!  Last year I posted a diy on making a hanging planter to expand on that planter this year I wanted to share how to make a 3 tiered planter. A great way to show off all of...
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Friday Favs

WINTER It's our first winter in the pacific northwest!  I'm hoping for snow just because we never ever got any in Arizona!  This weekend we going to go check out the light parade in Montesano! Loving all the small town events! Here area few of my favs for this winter season!! *** Thermals. Love these button up tie thermals! urban outfitters  *** Minimalist Ornaments. Love the simplicity of these wood and metal ornaments bloomingville *** Patagonia Everything. Love this jacket and there fleece! Love eveything lyst *** Mahogany Teakwood Candle. My sister in-law had this candle at her house and...
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Rustic Serving Tray Tutorial

Serving trays can be used all around the house. You can have them on your table, next to your coffee maker, or even in the bathroom. They're perfect for helping to organize different areas in the house. I needed a decoration for my coffee table that would also organize it, that's why I decided to do this tutorial! It is a fun DIY project, that does not cost much, and is pretty easy to make.  You do need a few tools though. Supplies: ► Miter saw or jig saw ► Tablesaw or jig saw ► Drill/Driver ► Sander ► Staple...
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Rustic Do It Yourself Blanket Ladder

This fun diy project is actually thanks to one of my Etsy customers.  She had been looking for a blanket ladder for a while and asked me to make one for her! So we came up with a fun simple design and now it is a popular item on my site. It's really easy to make so I thought I would share it with you! It's great for a beginner and very budget friendly under $10!! TOOLS: ► Drill / Driver ► 3/4 Drill Bit ► Miter Saw / Jig Saw ► Measuring Tape SUPPLIES: ► 2 - 3/4 Dowels...
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DIY Decorative Cactus Hooks

These fun Southwestern style Cactus hooks are perfect for a nursery or entryway in your home! This project Is great for a beginner and can be finished in a day! They only cost $5! SUPPLIES: ► Wood Scraps ► Acrylic Paint (green & gray) ► Cactus Printout ► Painter Tape ► Wooden letters ► Wooden Spheres Knobs ► Wood Glue TOOLS: ► Paint Brush ► Hand Sander ► Jig Saw / Scroll Saw ► Drill       STEPS: 1. Print out an outline of a cactus and trace it onto a scrap piece of wood 2. Cut out the cactus...
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Recycled Hanging Planters

  After Christmas my husband is always a sweetheart and breaks down the Christmas tree so that I can keep the trunk then we usually burn the branches in our fire pit. There’s so many different fun projects you can do it the trunk of the tree and it’s a great way to recycle rather than just tossing it or burning it. Plus there’s not very many tree trunks you often come across in Arizona so you have to save every one you can. If you live somewhere with lots of tree or if you are doing some yard work...
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diy Square Side Table

When we came back to Arizona from California we got rid of most of our furniture so when we moved into our home we need something to fill all the empty space. Rather than buying everything brand new I started to make the pieces, it's how my store Nidify got started. One of the first items I made was a set of bedside tables.  A few weeks ago a customer order a pair for their home and I thought it would be a fun diy project to share with you!!  I was able to build this little table in a...
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Rustic Wood Arrow Wall Hanging

Arrows are very in right now. They are the perfect addition to any wall gallery or look great hanging on there own! It’s not very simple project and it doesn’t take much time at all all you need is a few pieces of wood which you may be able to grab from your scrap pile (they look awesome made from reclaimed wood)     SUPPLIES: ► 3.5 Board ► 4.5 Board ► Triply ► Wood Glue ►Pen ► Stain (dark walnut) ► Clear Coat   TOOLS: ► Miter Saw ► Staple Gun ► Jig Saw     STEPS: 1. Take...
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PLANT LADY

  I LOVE PLANTS!!! I love them in inside and outside, I love them everywhere! They add life to your home and make it feel more welcoming and warm. Now with little Miss. Mae being mobile and getting into everything (as most moms know) I have had to get creative with where to put them.  I have them on shelves, counter tops, side tables, where ever they are out of her reach.  I am running out of space though, so I decided to make some cute hanging planters. Today I put together one that has been very popular on my...
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Faux Fur Valentines Day Wreath

  Mae and I  made a run to target the other day and while shopping we came across the Christmas Sale items everything was 90% off so we have to take a look around.  After scooping up a few ornaments I found a faux fur scarf which must’ve been some sort of stocking stuffer. It was $20 regular so after the sale it only cost $2. I grabbed knowing exactly what I wanted to use it for. When I was on Instagram a few weeks earlier I saw a white faux fur wreath and thought it was so cute and...
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