It’s been a while since I created a bird project for our yard…so I decided to combine this year’s “Cabin” theme with an outdoors project. Since we always have nesting wrens and chickadees at our house, I wanted to make them a new, alternative abode.Read more ›
The colorful stripes of a Hudson’s Bay Point Blanket are burned into my childhood memory, thanks to a great-uncle in Canada. He had gifted one to my parents as a wedding gift, and it came in awfully handy during the classic Chicago winters of my childhood. And while the blanket itself is long gone, I was able to purchase an amazing tote bag using one that had been repurposed! Read more ›
…And my “Mad for Plaid” train continues to chug along- hopefully you aren’t sick of it yet!! I think this is a pretty fun idea for Fall-turn-Winter décor, and it’s brilliantly easy to do.
SO. Here’s how this all started.
A page that I follow on Facebook posted this GREAT idea to do in colder climates- tie winter scarves on trees around your town with a little tag that says something like, “I’m not lost! If you’re stuck out in the cold, take this scarf to keep warm.” How awesome is that?
So, I went to a few thrift shops to gather some scarves for this little charitable deed and was awestruck by all of the gorgeous vintage wool scarves for sale…for, like, a dollar each! Each one had a little flaw here and there- a snag, a moth-eaten hole, etc. But I threw them in my cart anyway- it was like a passport through the UK!