It’s been over two months since Gabriella at Craft Queen nominated me for the Liebster Award. I have been juggling a lot of things, so apologize for taking so long to pass this on. The Liebster Award is given out by bloggers to other bloggers, the main goal being recognition of new/up-and-coming blogs and a warm, fuzzy welcome to blogland. Thanks for the nomination!
So, as many of you know I love coffee! I bought my first espresso machine 15 years ago with graduation money (my parents were not super thrilled). Over the years I have collected many different coffee brewers from around the world. At last count I had well over twenty. Two years ago I started roasting coffee. It seemed like the natural progression of my coffee obsession. Recently I have been dead set of finding the perfect cold press set-up.
I am very honored to be selected to present at the Washington DC Green Festival this weekend! Green Festival Bio Continue reading Green Festival
I was out of the country for two weeks exploring the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, and Slovakia. Sorry for the lack of blog activity. I have been busy going through photos I took on the trip and researching the monuments and buildings. Here is a a photo of Mount Grimming in the Austrian Province … Continue reading Vacation
I will be teaching two DIY Seminars at the Montgomery County Habitat for Humanity ReStore in celebration of Earth Day! If you live in the DC area and want to attend one of the DIY Seminars let me know!! Continue reading Earth Day DIY Seminars
Wow! Thank you everyone for you support and votes! It really means a great deal! If you like my blog take a moment to vote for it on the Apartment Therapy website! All it takes is your email and name…then you scroll down to find my site and click vote! Continue reading Apartment Therapy ~ The Homies 2013
We had a dark corner in the living room that was needing some light. I had two vintage pendant lamps (amazing thrift store find) and leftover barn wood from my farm table build. I decided to build a frame to hang the lights in the corner. For less than $10 I have a completely unique … Continue reading Vintage Pendant Lights
We needed a new bed, so I decided to clean the garage of old wood scraps. Tool List: Drill and screws, jigsaw (or handsaw), orbital sander (or sandpaper), nail gun (or hammer and brad nails), miter saw (or handsaw), polyurethane and a paintbrush. Material list: 2 wood pallets, 2 – 4×4 posts cut to 54″, 2x4s and 2x6s to make … Continue reading Reclaimed Wood Bed