Tuesday {Ten} – Uses for Dryer Sheets {other than laundry} No. 8

Tuesday {Ten} – Uses for Dryer Sheets {other than laundry} No. 8

It's Tuesday and time for the Tuesday {Ten}. The Tuesday {Ten} is all about sharing what's going on, things you love, recent purchases, cute photos...pretty much all the sweet tidbits that make up daily life that you'd like to share, bundled in to one post. It can be short and sweet or filled with pictures and details...anything goes - just casual and fun! My Tuesday {Ten} A couple of week's ago I shared a link on my facebook page from Re-nest about cleaning baked on gunk from pans using dryer sheets {article found here} Though I have Continue reading

Homemade Cleaning Products {Non-Toxic, safe cleaning formulas to easily make yourself}

Homemade Cleaning Products {Non-Toxic, safe cleaning formulas to easily make yourself}

It has been beautiful these past couple of days which makes me want to get a jump on spring cleaning so I can devote all my time to playing outside once the warm weather is here is stay. In preparation, I thought it would be fun to share some homemade cleaning formulas for this week's Saturday Inspiration that are super easy to put together and budget friendly too!Although non-toxic, 'safe' household cleaners are becoming more and more readily available and easy to find; there are several good old homemade substitutions you can easily make Continue reading

Polishing Pumpkins and Gourds for Indoor Use {preserving pumpkins}

Polishing Pumpkins and Gourds for Indoor Use {preserving pumpkins}

There is just something about all the gorgeous muted colors of fresh pumpkins, squashes, and gourds that simply says fall is here. Now days you don't just have to settle for the common oranges; as many unusual shapes and colors are becoming more and more widely available. These fall favorites instantly and easily transform indoor decor without hardly any work {other than picking 'the perfect' ones}. A couple things I steer away from when choosing pumpkins are soft spots, cracks, and small holes. Soft spots and cracks could potentially harvest Continue reading