A long while back I blogged about bar carts… one that I couldn’t afford and one that I was sure I would never build. It’s not that I have a lot of booze but displaying it on a bookshelf just wasn’t working for me. Somewhere along the way…either from one of my decorating magazines or via… Continue reading From Baby Changing Table to Bar Cart
Yes, it’s okay to have Nachos for dinner!!! 2 tablespoons safflower oil 1 small white onion, chopped 1 (15.5-ounce) can black beans, drained and rinsed 1/2 teaspoon cumin 1/4 teaspoon dried oregano Salt, to taste Freshly ground pepper, to taste Get the full recipe at Martha Stewart.com Posted by She Cleans
My home overflows with books…this art work would be a great accompaniment to my collection. Posted by She Cleans
2016 is upon us and true to form the days are already flying by. Before you know it, it will be Superbowl Sunday and soon after that Valentine’s Day. In keeping with snacks for the big game and perhaps sweets for you sweetheart, you should totally make this candy for one if not both occasions.… Continue reading Ms. Kay’s Chocolate Candy with Peanuts
It was time to update my door wreath from Fall to Summer, I completely skipped over Spring…HAH! I just cannot see paying some of the prices stores charge for wreaths. To the rescue were my glue gun and some really cheap plastic flowers. It’s easy to make, simply pull the flowers off the stems you… Continue reading Easy Summer Door Wreath
More ideas here… Posted by She Cleans
Better Homes and Gardens suggests….Skipping the frame and using a wooden pants hanger to display a poster instead. This technique works well with smaller posters, just slightly wider than the hanger itself. Wider posters may flop over at the corners. Better Homes and Gardens also suggests…Turn a hodgepodge of plates into a fun display. Use… Continue reading Decorate with what you have!