If you’re just joining, welcome to the Bitterroot Scrap Wood Series! The what? Head over to Day 1 to catch the beginning of the shenanigans, as well as our exciting news. Long story short – I’m sharing a new scrap wood project every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in May and this is Day 2!
Hi All, If you’ve noticed, things have been a little sporadic here at Bitterroot DIY lately. I have a reason. We bought a house. Or should I say – our first home!
The other day I was wondering through Target when I saw all the cute spring tea towels. I don’t know what it is about tea towels, but they really bring a kitchen together. They’re functional. Easy to change with the seasons. And a great way to add a pop of color.
We’ve had some big, exciting things happening over in our neck of the woods lately! It’s not final yet, but let’s just say I’ve spent the last few days trying to put color palettes together and plan spaces and set up a list of home improvement projects. And boy, let me tell you … I’ve…
I’m loving all the eucalyptus swirling around Pinterest lately! It’s so delicate and fresh – everything spring! I put this eucalyptus wreath together the other day and couldn’t be happier! It adds just the right amount of spring to the front door and only takes about 15 minutes to make.
If you read my last post on how to make your own super-cheap-easy-stylish-and-oh-so-wonderful Easter basket, you’ve heard all about my love for Easter 🙂 It’s definitely one of my favorite holidays. Some of my most fond childhood memories are searching for eggs out in the field with my siblings.