Designing for a small open concept living room, dining room and kitchen. How buying the correct scale furniture can create designated spaces in an open concept floor plan.
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Spring has sprung here in New England and I started up my grill. You can’t just have grilled meat all Summer. We need to starting thinking about side dishes. Every family barbecue if there was hot dogs or grilled kielbasa there were baked beans. Let’s make some Instant Pot baked beans.
Large paper flowers are an easy way to make a big impact. These paper flowers are perfect for baby showers, home decor and weddings. Making and assembling these flowers is easy when you have a cutting machine. You can use either a Cricut or a Silhouette. To make these large paper flowers I am using a Cricut Maker.
I love a good espresso martini. I also love a good quality coffee or espresso. Well I just LOVE coffee. I am the type of person no matter the time of day I could have a coffee. I love the taste. I crave the caffeine. Coffee is my one vice. Today I am making a spin on the classic martini and showing you how I make a mocha espresso martini.
As a plus size woman I was told a lot of “fashion rules” growing up. Don’t wear stripes, black looks great on you, that makes you look stumpy. It’s hard not to let those things effect you and become engrained as you select your wardrobe season after season.
We all have a favorite teacher. That one teacher that sticks with you in your memories through your adult years. I don’t ever remember giving her a gift but I am sure I did. I do remember she gave me my first journal. I wrote in it every day and covered the front of it with DO NOT READ and KEEP OUT labels.
It always seems like once Spring hits it is baby shower season until the end of the summer. Today I’m showing you how to make DIY personalized onesies with iron on vinyl, your Cricut and EasyPress.
I love customizing clothing and accessories with my Cricut. Mostly I use iron-on and heat transfer vinyl but today I want to show you how to make an iron-on appliqué with regular cotton fabric. This is a great way to create a no-sew appliqué.
I just got back from my trip to Palm Springs, California and while I was there I had the most amazing cocktail. It was a pineapple aperol spritz. As soon as it hit my lips I knew this was going to be my drink of choice for this summer. I took a mental note of the ingredients for when I returned home.