As I mentioned before, similar to our first house, when we moved into our 2nd house I knew the kitchen was going to need some work. Let me again point out in the picture below: the ugly lighting, the awful countertops, sink, appliances, and the oh so dirty floor. The only problem with the kitchen needing work this time around was that we didn’t have much money so we knew a full kitchen remodel was out of the question. Fortunately, unlike the first house, this house had cabinets we could work with.
So, rather than buying all new cabinetry or all new doors, we decided to refinish the existing kitchen cabinets instead. Read More
As some of you know, I/we have a DEEP love for Target. Seriously, as one friend has put it “it’s my love language.”
I often tell my husband shopping at Target is therapy (although I am fairly certain it isn’t any cheaper ) Not only that but it’s fun to add new pieces of furniture and decor to all our “DIY” pieces and Target is also a great place to get DIY inspiration. So, in honor of our $100 Target gift card Giveaway, I am sharing a few of my favorite finds you could spend your winnings on. Read More
Before we get in to how to involve your kids with DIY projects have you seen that we’re running a $100 Target gift card giveaway right now?! Make sure to enter because odds are in your favor
As a DIY family that also works full-time a phrase our kids have heard all too often since they were little is “we’re working on the house this weekend.” When we moved into our second house our boys were 3 and 1. Needless to say we learned pretty fast that when you’re working full-time, have little kids in tow, and only have weekends in which to work on the house, remodel projects take waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay longer than planned. And now that our boys are older, and we have 3 of them, they want to be involved in everything so it has become crucial for us to find ways to involve kids with DIY projects. Read More