As if a champagne toast could be any more special, why not do it up for New Year’s Eve? This project was not only extremely easy but I had everything I needed and did not have to purchase anything (I call that #winning). If your plans are low key, this will be a special touch. If you are doing something fancy, these will match the occasion.
Hi everyone. I’m Sue Purdy and I blog over at A Purdy Little House, where I love to create and decorate using as little money as possible and flex my DIY skills with tutorials and how-to’s. I’m so happy to be here to show you this fun S’mores Bar I put together recently as a way to celebrate these late summer evenings and enjoy a yummy treat. [Read more…]
Hi Everyone. I’m Sue and I blog over at A Purdy Little House. I’m happy to continue to be a part of this site and to be able to bring you a new and fun DIY project every month. For this post, I’ll show you how I made these fun pineapple jewellery trays in a few quick and easy steps.
This project is all about pineapples. I’ve been seeing so many pineapples used in some form as summer decor, that I knew I wanted to join in on the fun. [Read more…]
I’ve been on an organizing and decorating binge since moving into our new house a couple of months ago. I’ve got tons of ideas for projects that will take years to complete, but I’m slowly starting to knock some out.
My first focus is the upstairs bathroom shared by my two youngest boys. I wanted to replace the standard, boring fixtures with something unique and masculine, which turned out to be a really difficult task. After searching high and low, I randomly came across a picture of a pipe bookcase that got my wheels spinning for some do-it-yourself bathroom shelves and accessories. [Read more…]