I had a very different idea of what this meant when I put this on the list for the year. I anticipated that it would mean fine art painting. But after buying a house that is simply not the case.
I spent today painting my kitchen. I am overjoyed with how the house is coming along.
Here are photos of my kitchen on move in day:
Now I have taken down some of the cabinets, painted the walls and painted the cabinets. Take a look:
The next exciting step is building these cool shelves to put up in place of the cabinets:
And, I have already picked out a color for the bathroom.
Owning a house is so fun!
This year is full of so much adventure, creating, eating and relaxation. Some days I need to remind myself to make these things happen.
Today was simple. Make a little door wreath.
I started with a wood stick wreath and wrapped some green leaves around it.
Then I took some flowers. I picked these ones because I feel like it can kind of encompass all the seasons.
I glued them on using a hot glue gun.
And that was that. Hopefully it stays together.
So yesterday was truly hitting two birds with one stone! I have been planning on knocking this one off the list for sometime and when I saw the Pinterest task and came across the DIY Mason Jar Herbs I knew that was the one for me.
So definitely check out my post from yesterday!
I had so much fun creating an herb garden. I only have three right now but plan on making and planting a bunch more.
I have been looking forward to getting crafty this year and was super excited to find this little project: Mason Jar Herb Garden. There are a ton of different ways to do it, and a ton of different examples on Pinterest… I kind of just looked at a lot and did it my own way.
I’m really happy with how it turned out! Now let’s just hope I get some greens!
I bought mason jars at the grocery store! 12 for just $8.99!
I had some hemp left over from other projects. So took a hot glue gun and got to work.
Then I took a sharpie (blue was all I had) and wrote the names of the herbs I was planting on the jars.
Add some river rocks and potting soil, the seeds, and then another thin layer of soil.
I didn’t really like that the names didn’t pop off the jar once the soil was in so I went out and got an acrylic paint sharpie in white. It blended with the sharpie color (which I didn’t expect but really love!)
And viola! I have some herbs hanging!