Friday, June 12, 2015

DIY Friday

I think on Friday's I would like to do a DIY segment. It can be any thing, crafts, something you built or even something you cooked. I think it would be a fun way to see how us mom get a little me time and able to do something we went. This is my me time, even though I'm usually doing it around my children anyway but it gives me a minute to not think. I am a pinterest junkie, seriously addicted. I am always trying to make something or try a new recipe or getting room ideas about my dream home one day. I just need to win the lottery. Ha! 

This is one of my favorite projects I've done lately. My neighbors cut down their tree and I found this idea on pinterest of course. So I sent it to my neighbor and she did it in her front flower bed. Well I loved it and was jealous, so I needed to have one. It was a hollowed out log with flowers planted in it. SOOOOO Cute! She used three logs but I only used one!
I try to do one DIY project a week. Something that is either free or dirt cheap to make! Money is tight but I still need pretty things to do for my sanity. 
What are some DIY projects you have done?


  1. That's really cute! I've done the Sharpie Mug, I plan to do more projects soon. Thank you for sharing!!

    1. I did a sharpie plate for my husband for father's day one year! I love little projects! helps keep my sanity.

  2. That is such a great idea! Looks awesome!

  3. This is really cute!! I'm all about affordable DIY projects. We have loads on our blog if you are looking for inspiration. I just got a bunch of succulents from my mother-in-law. Would love to plant them in something unique like this!!

  4. What a fun way to decorate the outside of your home on a budget! Such a woodsy craft, which I love!

  5. Oh my gosh! that is such a smart idea!! And we have tons of stumps like that, thanks Kayla!

  6. What a cute idea! I love how it turned out. I absolutely agree with you that it's importand to have something you enjoy doing and take a little "me time."

  7. I love the stump as a planter so cool!