Shiplap is such a fun material to work with and it isn’t just for walls anymore!
This hall tree made from Royal® Building Products’ PVC Shiplap is simple, eye-catching and can easily be completed in one day.
The best part of this fun DIY is the customization options that can be put into it!
The holiday season is my absolute favorite time of year. To me, it’s about more than presents. It’s about presence—the presence of the spirit of love and joy in the air and the presence of family and friends, both near and far.
Every gardener loves to share their garden with others, whether you’re bringing them freshly cut flowers or a basket of homegrown tomatoes. But what about sharing the actual plants in your garden? From roses to rosemary, propagating plants — an inexpensive way to produce new plants from cuttings of your own established plants — is simple and fun. It’s also a great way to share a piece of your garden with your friends and family. Cuttings and propagated cuttings make for a thoughtful gift that you can create at home for little to no money at all.
Gathering around the table for a delicious meal with good friends and family is one of the longest standing holiday traditions. Whether you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner or bringing your favorite dish to a potluck, using fresh herbs from your garden can enhance any recipe. Fresh herbs from the market are often just as delicious, but what’s more convenient than having a selection of fresh herbs growing just outside your door or right on your kitchen counter? And when was the last time you bought a bunch of fresh sage or rosemary and used the entire thing before it went bad? Having an herb garden allows you to harvest just as much as you need for your recipe.
With the return of autumn comes a few things: brisk weather, crunchy leaves and pumpkins (and their spice!) virtually everywhere. You and your loved ones can embrace the season head-on by trying your hand at a new DIY project.
Searching for some fall DIY inspiration? Look no further than your leftover tomato cages, which have many uses beyond supporting growing plants.
Here are some of our favorites to inspire your crafty side this weekend.
Spending more time outdoors with your pet is a good thing, mealtimes included. And using an elevated bowl makes it easier all around: more comfortable swallowing and less neck and back strain for your pets, less food cleanup for you.