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My name is Matt Allison, husband, father, urban farmer, eco advocate, closet designer, photographer, thrifter, thing maker, mid-century modern lover, designated household cook and blogger.

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Make It: Dia De Los Muertos Terracotta Cactus Pots

By: Matt allison Oct 22, 2014

Dia De Los Muertos Terracotta Cactus Pots

How adorable are these little Dia De Los Muertos terracotta cactus pots! With a handful of supplies and a bit of creativity you can bring your own creation into being. Full instructions at the… Continue Reading

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Make It: DIY Ikea Hacked Plant Stand

By: Matt allison Oct 01, 2014

Make It:  Diy Ikea Hacked Plant Stand

I love this Ikea hack! This delightful little house plant stand was put together using a bookshelf and the legs of an inexpensive Ikea Frösta stool. While the author sprayed it with a ombre finish I think it would look equally nice left raw or sprayed white. Detailed instructions on how to make your own are… Continue Reading

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Love your blog.  Love your ideas.   Thanks for sharing.

It's very common among Portuguese families to use olive oil instead of vegetable or chicken broth in caldo verde.

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