• DIY Easy Wooden Frame

    After months of not having a proper home for our favorite polaroid picture, I decided it was time to tap into my scrap pile and create something fun and functional. Luckily, my friends at T-Rex Tape made an awesome double sided tape that fit the bill. Hence, the easiest frae project in the whole wide world. Ready to make a frame in less than 30 minutes? Let’s do this.

  • DIY Wooden Dresser (Ikea Hack)

    Since moving into my studio apartment, I have been looking for the perfect dresser/entertainment center combination that has existed in my head. Needless to say… I couldn’t find what I was looking for anywhere. So, I built one! I had a tight budget and timeline for this project, so I decided to take two pre-cut Ikea dressers and hack them into one epic media center. Even the paint job was a quickie! Thanks to my friends at Wagner, I was able to finish this dresser in two days! Ready to see how easy it is to customize a dresser? Let’s do this.

  • DIY Wood Burned Fall Centerpiece

    Thanksgiving is almost here! That means tons of food, family time, and adorable fall decor! This Thanksgiving, I am lucky enough to partner with my friends at Bernzomatic to create a rustic, wood burned centerpiece for our Thanksgiving table. We love buffet style Thanksgiving tables and potluck dinners, so why not add some spice to our utensil holder as well? 

  • DIY Triangle Keepsake Shelf

    I love my small studio apartment, but living in a small space means that we don’t have many options for displaying our keepsakes, especially during holiday season! So, I was so excited when my friends at The Home Depot asked me to design a holiday inspired shelf for their winter DIY Workshop! For this project, I decided to keep things bohemian and simple with a triangle shaped keepsake shelf! Best part, you can make one on your own at your local Home Depot’s FREE DIY Workshop (you can sign up here to secure your spot)!