our first garden this year! Which means we've been doing a lot of garden-related projects and crafts. Did you catch our pallet planter? Well to spruce up our patio with more colorful pots for our plants without breaking the bank, we decided to buy several terra cotta pots that were on sale at Old Time Pottery (they were a steal!) and get our creative juices going! For our medium and small sized pots we did fabric pots--you can see how we did those here. The larger terra cotta pots got a bit of a different makeover! So, we went over to our local hardware store and picked up a few spray paint colors, painters tape, and some old boxes.
her blog that I had to make my own! She didn't do a step by step guide so I thought I'd help out by offering my own. One of the main ingredients to fabric pots is mod podge. Honestly, I had never even used it before but now mod podge is my new favorite craft supply. Seriously, this stuff is fantastic. I wasn't quite sure how well it was going to work on fabric & pots let alone used to make a fabric pot but I couldn't believe how amazing it was. So, lets get started.
Good Morning! I just wanted to do a quick little post to tell you that over the next week or two I'll be redesigning my blog--yay! Finally! Hansen and I are doing all of the changes ourselves, so please bare with me as I go through this process. Excuse our mess =) As always you can find us on Hansen and I's other social media platforms.
Recently, I had my first experience shopping at Free People.
If you haven't heard of Free People before they are a bohemian inspired brand--filled with lace, layers, and beautiful unique pieces for the boho girl.
I wanted to shop in-store before I made any purchases online simply to get a feel for their sizing before I took the online shopping plunge!
And let me just say, I'm glad I did.
Clothes are one of my major weaknesses.
They have been for pretty much my entire life.
Growing up, I was a daddy's girl.
My father would take me shopping for our "Daddy Daughter" days and I just loved going with him to all the different stores, looking at the displays and then coming away with a pretty dress or winter coat.