Crackle. Pop. The flames whimper a moment, then grow steady and strong. Suddenly, the backyard isn’t so barren anymore. A beacon of warmth emerges, and the family gathers close. You’ve reclaimed the part of your home winter tried to take away, and it feels amazing.
The end of the holiday season needn’t be the cause of sadness. Sure, taking down decorations is no fun (you DO take your decorations down… right?).
There’s a fun way to get a little more mileage out of your Christmas lights this year by transforming a bottle of vino into charming outdoor lighting.
Reddit is abuzz over this DIY trampoline/hammock/swing monstrosity. But it’s actually not a true trampoline in the traditional bouncy sense.
New this week: Build a unique planter box address sign, fix scratches on your worn wooden furniture, and get inspired to hang your hammock in creative new locales.
You’ll love this inexpensive way to complement more significant outdoor lighting with these glittery mason jar candles!
1. Add some ambiance at no extra utility cost with with a solar powered garden fountain.
WITH THE SUN ON ITS EVENING WAY DOWN, you’d often find Rebecca out on the front porch. She had been dreaming of seeing the sun in a new place for a long time. She had much to be thankful for: two great kids, a loving husband, a good life. But it didn’t seem as fulfilling after (I’m-not-telling) years in the same place.