My gramps after retirement really took to gardening, he made a huge plot and grew everything imaginable. As a kid I didn’t understand why, it’s only vegetables, what’s the big deal? A couple months back I attended a gardening workshop at a local gardening centre. After having a successful herb garden the year before I
I love throwing parties! Making it look good can be as simple as adding a few extra touches, like these feather stir sticks! They were easy to make, but added a lovely pop of colour to the table. Materials: *Feathers (any colour, shape or size) *Porcupine Quill *or a drink stir stick or small wooden
With father’s day coming up I thought I would create a DIY for the guys! This is a really simple key chain but looks great! I made one a year ago that has so far held up! STEP ONE: * Pick your leather, clip and rivets. This is personal preference. * You can find most
I have a special event tonight and wanted a spring belt for my dress but couldn’t really find what I wanted, so I decided to make one! I had seen the tutorials for rope bracelets so I used that as a base. I love how delicate the rope is and the nice shine it has.
I am a beginner gardener which means I am making this up as I go along! I was very lucky to take a small spaces gardening workshop and learn a few tips and tricks! We started with seeds. Man was that stressful! I didn’t think they would grow, and for a while there they didn’t.
I have been wanting to try a floral garland for a while, and was so excited I finally had the chance! For my Next Home Stylist video entry I created a simple spring tablescape, one that could be created in less than 15 minutes and still wow your guests! I featured the floral garland as
When I host dinner parties or have friends over I hate getting stuck in a different room trying to prep food or get items ready and miss out on all the good conversation. For the last little bit I have started prepping before everyone arrives, I realize this is not a new concept, but it
Last summer I grew some herbs on a ladder outside my kitchen, and they didn’t die! The success of this I cannot put into words. I do not have a green thumb and have basically killed every indoor plant I have ever owned. To be able to grow a couple of herbs outside, in the
A simple way to use leftover veggies from the week! There’s no recipe involved, simply get out your ingredients and start cooking. Here’s what was used: Half an onion chopped 1 clove of garlic 1/2 pound of bacon chopped Handful of marinated mushrooms Handful of chopped cherry tomatoes 5 small red potatoes chopped 5 eggs