Today’s post is a quick tip about how to change stain color. But maybe not in the way you might be thinking. Continue reading
When Hubs started restoring vintage sewing machines, the need of storage for organizing all his tools was an obvious must-have and so we built this pegboard display stand DIY. Continue reading
Turn a funky broken vintage serving dish into a ceramic air plant holder. Continue reading
My grandmother was an amazing cook and introduced me to foods I’d probably never try, like this chopped liver recipe! It’s the BEST chopped chicken liver ever; once you know about her secret ingredient.
Banana muffin tops are our favourite way of using up over ripe bananas. Who doesn’t love the crunchy goodness of the top of the muffin? As far as we’re concerned, that’s the best part of a muffin!
If you remember Yorkshire Pudding growing up, now you can enjoy gluten free Yorkshire Pudding with this recipe if you can no longer eat gluten. Or, if gluten isn’t an issue, keep this recipe in your back pocket for when you have a guest with a gluten free dietary restriction.
Make ahead spice rub for pork tenderloin is a quick and easy way to whip up a delicious meal in under half an hour. Perfect for week nights or on the weekend, pork tenderloin is a versatile meal for any night or occasion.
Here’s a creative way to store your most-used threads; we have the perfect solution for a thread holder upcycled from a cool vintage find! Continue reading
A vintage stamp holder gets upcycled to create a wooden paint brush holder that rotates like a Lazy Susan. Continue reading
A slip on coaster is like a wine glass slipper that blows Cinderella out of the water! It’s simply a felt pocket covering that slips over the base of the wine glass. But it does double duty as a coaster AND a wine charm. You protect your table and your guests can identify their glasses! And what better wine glass charm than a lucky four-leaf clover? Continue reading
With St. Patricks’ Day approaching, I don’t need an excuse to make a green crochet lampshade. Green is my favourite colour and a wonderful accent colour any time of year! It’s the colour I look most forward to seeing in the Spring. Ah, Spring! Where are you? Continue reading
With winter hanging, on and new snow on the way, this hearty beef stew with wine is like a warm hug. It tastes like it’s been simmering away for hours on end, but it’s a quick cook in a pressure cooker to achieve comfort in a bowl! Or if you have an Instant Pot, that will work just as well.
To make this an Irish stew for St. Patrick’s day (it won’t be gluten free), add a cup of Guinness (you can still keep the wine, or substitute it if you prefer).
Did you know that green eggs are possible with the addition of only one natural ingredient? Try this fun food experiment for St. Patrick’s Day. And do it with kids; they’ll get a kick out of it too!
Hubs always ends his emails with “I do not like them in a car”. So, as huge Dr. Seuss fans (below is our copy of Green Eggs and Ham), we set out to discover if we could indeed make green eggs and ham!
An air plant magnet can add some much needed greenery in the kitchen when you don’t have a window over the sink to display plants. Continue reading
With these DIY hanging air plants, you can hang them anywhere you have metal! Incredibly, with just 4 simple items, this easy air plant holder takes under five minutes to make. Continue reading
If you ever google ‘how to remove rust metal’, you’ll find all sorts of advice for how to remove rust. Today we’re upcycling an old metal pulley and showing you an easy and environmentally friendly way to remove rust without scrubbing. In addition, it won’t harm or weaken the metal. Continue reading