How To’s of Home Improvement and Home Repair.
If you've read my post on my visit to Oregon and the NexGen Research Center, you know, then, just how important conserving water is these days. And … if you're a red-blooded American homeowner – you probably want a lush, green and good looking lawn. Now, here’s the thing - To grow that healthy lawn and further to grow the grass that lives in your lawn – your grass needs, well, water – just like any other plant. I’d say a lot in the beginning, but still good amounts as it matures. [...]
As the days get warmer and longer, lawn care is quickly again becoming part of the weekly routine. To ensure you’re spending more time enjoying your weekend, make sure you’re taking good care of your equipment. [...]
Building a Birdhouse from Scrap Cedar (aka … SubTitle :: Do It Yourself with a Friend is Twice as Nice)4
In this post, I work with Beth of Beth's DIY Workshop to build a birdhouse from scrap cedar. This birdhouse being my gift in a White Elephant Gift Exchange for this year's Baltimore Bloggers Holiday Party hosted by One Project Closer. [...]
November 29, 2012
I love doing tip cuttings. It is so rewarding! The ‘I did that!” feeling you get from creating a brand new little plant is almost as rewarding as birthing a baby, and ... not nearly as painful. I especially like Pelargoniums (Geraniums) because they are so incredibly easy. [...]
if you’re not careful, those trick-or-treaters will stick up their noses at your lackluster decorations. Gasp! What a spooky fate. But not to worry – there’s hope for you yet. With a good hunt around your closet and that languishing basement, there are plenty of zippy ways to DIY your Halloween decorations without taking too many trips to the store. Here are our top five ideas to last-minute spooky decorating. [...]