I’m a zombie lover. I get at least one zombie themed gift for Christmas every single year and I’ll excitedly profess my love for the squishy, oozing little creatures to anyone who looks like they might even care a little bit. Let me tell you, looks can be deceiving. I binge watched the first season… Continue reading Santa Clarita Diet
A few years ago, when we were in Mexico, my husband happened to make the faux pas of faux pas. It was equal parts hilarious vs. embarrassment to everyone but him and the sommelier - mainly because the sommelier was super confused and my husband was oblivious. First of all, let me just say that… Continue reading Pardon Me, Do You Have Any Captain Mo?
Planning important events can be exciting and stressful at the same time. I’m a procrastinator and have always believed that I accomplished more while under pressure. As far back as I can remember, I’ve had the ability to hold off a cold until after an important event. I might feel a cold coming on but,… Continue reading Superpower Snafu
Have you ever been in the situation on a Sunday morning where you are legitimately sick after a night of drinking, but no one believes you? I have, or at least I think I have, because looking back, it was a little suspicious how I felt better the next day.... My mom calls that the… Continue reading It Was Something I Ate!
With the May 5th, 2018 World Naked Gardening Day (WNGD) fast approaching, it’s time to wax away the winter leg fur, trim that bush (to make trimming the bushes easier?), get that body in top physical shape, strap on those tools and head out into the yard sans clothing to start the yearly task of… Continue reading Naked Gardening
Growing up in a rural area, everyone in my extended family had a vegetable garden. The average property size in our area seemed to be around 5 acres and the pursuit of food took up a considerable area of said property. My mom and dad had a garden that was roughly 2500 ft² and my… Continue reading Top 10 Tips for Small Space Gardening
These beautiful concrete flowers will make any garden or indoor space more interesting. A little bit of preparation will cut down on the mess and make the project flow smoothly. Halfway through the project, I looked at my flowers and considered not finishing them. It seemed like a lot of work for something that wasn't… Continue reading Concrete Flowers
The distressed, naturally-weathered look is always popular and can hold it’s own amongst any home decor theme. These distressed pots can be easily personalized with your favourite color. Supplies: Acrylic paint Clay pot Sandpaper Varathane sealant spray Instructions: Paint the outside of the pot as well as the inside of the rim. We did a… Continue reading Distressed Flower Pots
Candles are one of the Dollies’ favorite things. They are romantic, calming, relaxing and create a sense of peace. The following words are not often spoken, but being without power is one of the best experiences: light multiple candles, grab a great book and relax. We decided to create our own candle holders using plaster… Continue reading Plaster of Paris Votive Holders
Once you have the plaster of paris out already, you may as well make yourself some beautiful containers to hold bath supplies and seeds for your garden. We bought ourselves some glass containers from Dollarama, but you could also use mason jars. Supplies: Faux flowers - White is recommended for better coverage. While any faux… Continue reading Plaster of Paris Container Toppers