Just in case.
Just in case.
So...apparently its not as simple as putting things you want to be crisp in the 'crisper'...no wonder my SoySnaps keep getting soggy.
Buying fresh produce is essential to not only a healthful, but tasty, lifestyle. But unlike their frozen, or (blech!) canned varieties, fresh fruits and vegetables can become spoiled if not used quickly enough. Divine Caroline offers this handy chart and other storage tips to protect your investment andContinue Reading
Using your home Wi-Fi network, the Ecobee Smart Thermostat enables you to control the temperature in your home from miles away. Cool, huh? It clocks in at $385, but the manufacturer claims it will pay for itself in 12 to 18 months in energy savings. The Ecobee Smart Thermostat is slated to start shipping early next year. Via.
I spotted this rather smashing Frame Wallpaper over a Graham & Brown,
It's by artists Taylor & Wood and appears in their Young British Talent section (*waves flag and hums God Save the Queen*) and it's $40/double roll. The blurb says that 'it's a completely interactive wallpaper - you decide what you want it to be - whether you want to put up your youngsters art, paint directly in to a frame, or put upContinue Reading
Lion Brand just posted two free finger puppet patterns in the visages of the presidential candidates. Make one of each and conduct your own debates. Or finger fights. To the winner goes the nation! To view the patterns, you must be a member of Lion Brand, which, if you’re not, I’d encourage you to become as they have a tasty selection of free patterns.
Yesterday I finally bought an Ironing Board. I got it home and I was all super excited about it, (lame I know, but we've been without one for ages). So ironing board YAY, but the cover, Oooogly. Luckily The Purl Bee has a fabby little how-to on making a new, PRETTY ironing board cover. The tutorial comes complete with blindingly hip graphics.
It's time to eliminate my handpainted tiles from the backsplash. I've never taken down tiles from a vertical surface and we've only put down floor tiles. Is it possible to get these off without much wall damage and if there is repair, how hard is it? I am craving some white subway tiles, new paint, new art, reupholstered chairs and THEN I'LL BE HAPPY!!! If there are any really good tutorials out there for backsplashes, send them myContinue Reading