Healing Body Butter {with Essential Oils}

January 15, 2015 AT 8:21 am Leave a Comment

We interrupt this regularly scheduled series, Organize Your Heart and Home, to bring you this special announcement about Healing Body Butter!

Today, I am sticking an extra post into my day because I am participating in an awesome series with 7 other wonderful ladies called Healthy Living, Healthy Home!

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Once a month for the next three months, we will be sharing how we use Young Living Essential Oils in our homes to promote healthy living for our families.

You can check out all of the other wonderful posts by clicking on the links at the bottom of this post.  

AND be sure to read to the bottom of the post to enter to win the Thieves Premium Starter Kit!  

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But first, I want to show you this easy Healing Body Butter I made with my essential oils. 

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Why did I make my own body butter?  Maybe this will help explain…



Over the past year, I have been amazed at all I have learned about the terrible toxins we are putting in our bodies everyday.  Learning about how to use essential oils in my home has helped me get on the right track, although I still have a long way to go.  There is so much more I have to learn, but I know I am headed in the right direction.  

I am slowly taking baby steps to rid my home of things that are harmful to me and my children. 

Besides my faith, I think teaching my children how to naturally care for their bodies is one of the best gifts I can give them.  And it is my prayer that they will pass it down to their children, my grandchildren.  What a blessing it would be to see future generations not have to deal with some of the terrible health problems our generation has endure because of the harmful things we have put on and in our bodies. 

So, I have made changes in my medicine cabinet, and in some of my cleaning supplies, and I desire to use better skin care and beauty products as well. 

I was super excited about making this body butter!  My hands are so chapped and dry from this cold weather that they sting all day.  I wanted something natural and safe that I could use on my skin to help it heal. 

This Healing Body Butter is soooo easy to make!


1/4 cup coconut oil

1/4 raw shea butter

2 oz. of sweet almond oil

10 drops Lavender essential oil

10 drops Cedarwood essential oil

(Or you can substitute the essential oil of your choice.)

*I only recommend Young Living Essential Oils.  They are the best!



1.  In a saucepan over medium heat, melt the coconut oil and shea butter together.  Stir.

2.  Remove from heat and pour in a mixing bowl.

3.  Set mixing bowl in refrigerator for about an hour or more (depends on how cold your fridge is,) or until the mixture is semi-solid.  (You don’t want it to harden completely back up.)

4.  Remove from refrigerator and begin mixing it in an electric mixer on a low speed.  

5.  Add sweet almond oil slowly to mixture.

6.  Increase speed of mixer to high.  

7.  Add Essential Oils.

8.  Whip mixture for about 10 minutes until super light and fluffy.

9.  Divide body butter into containers of choice. 



I used Lavender essential oil because “it has a fresh, sweet, floral, herbaceous aroma that is soothing and refreshing. Because it is the most versatile of all essential oils, no home should be without it. Therapeutic-grade lavender is highly regarded for skin and beauty. It may be used to soothe and cleanse common cuts, bruises, and skin irritations.”

I used Cedarwood essential oil because it “has a warm, balsamic, woody aroma. It is relaxing and soothing when used for massage, and has long been used as a beneficial ingredient in cosmetic preparations for oily skin.”

I’ve used this healing body butter on my hands for only a day, and I cannot believe how smooth my hands already feel.  Yay!

Have you made your own body butter before?

Here are the links to the other wonderful blog posts about Healthy Living, Healthy Home.  Be sure to check them out!

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DIY Hex Nut Bracelet

December 8, 2014 AT 9:43 pm Leave a Comment

Hey friends!

I wanted to share something fun with you today!

It’s a DIY Hex Nut Bracelet.

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This is fun to make for yourself, or it could be a great Christmas Gift for someone.

I went to Lowe’s and picked up some hex nuts and twine.  The hex nuts come in several different sizes, so you can pick which size you would like for your bracelet.

If you know how to braid, you can make this bracelet.  I made each strand of my braid three-strings thick (total of 9 pieces of twine.)  You can make it however thick you want. :)

I tied a knot at the top of the strings and began to braid.  After I braided a few inches of string, I began to add my hex nuts.  You basically add one to the right side, then the left side, then the right, etc., as you braid.


The hex nuts begin stacking one beside the other. 


Now I did enlist the help of a couple of my boys.  Eli held the top of the bracelet to keep it from twisting on me as I added the hex nuts.  If you don’t have someone to help you, you could attach the end of the bracelet to something else, like a clipboard to keep it still.


I also had Jonathan help me put each hex nut on the strands of strings.  I could have done it by myself, but it was MUCH faster with the help of my boys!

When I was finished, the bracelet looked like this…


I went to Hobby Lobby and got some supplies to make the clasp on my bracelet. 

I used gold rings and a fastener. 

It’s a little hard to explain this part, but I will do my best.  I basically threaded the end of the bracelet into a gold ring.


Then I took one of the loose strings and wrapped it around all of the strings directly below the gold ring.





To secure it, you tuck the string you were wrapping down into the “wrapped” part of the strings.  Clear as mud?


I did that on both sides of the bracelet, and then used small pliers to add another good ring and clasp to each side.   Done!


I think it turned out super cute!  You can also make them in different colors.  Here are some others I found online…

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Just search “hex nut bracelet” on Pinterest or Google.  You can also find them for sale on Etsy.


For more Lowe’s Creative Ideas, be sure to check out their free magazine and the other projects by fellow Lowe’s Creative Ideas Bloggers.

This post was sponsored by Lowe’s.  

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DIY Industrial Coat Rack

November 11, 2014 AT 6:33 pm 7 Comments

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Hey friends!

I am excited to share with you an industrial coat rack I made!

As part of the Lowe’s Creative Ideas Blogger, I was asked to write a post this month about preparing for the holidays.  I knew exactly what I wanted to do for this post! :)

I have always wanted to create a coat rack for our front door, so when guests come over, they have a place to hang their belongings. 

So, I decided to make an industrial coat rack using some supplies I had left over from the industrial shelves in my boys’ room, and a few new supplies from Lowe’s.

First of all, I attached together the pipes I wanted to use to create my shelf.  I used the 3/4 inch black pipes from Lowe’s.  They also come in 1/2 inch and 1 inch sizes as well.  

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I used Rustoleum spray paint in a flat black.  

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For the hooks, I bought some plant “s” hooks in the plant section at Lowe’s. 

The hooks in the hardware section were not big enough to fit around my 3/4 inch pipes, so I had to get creative and find these in the plant section!  :)

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I spray painted the hooks as well.

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Now, this next picture explains how I decided to put my pipes together.  Since studs are 16 inches apart, I decided to make my shelf 32 inches long so I could attach the flanges to the studs in the wall.

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You can see that to create a horizontal pipe that was 32 inches long, I used these pieces in this order:

elbow, 4 inch pipe, T fitting, 18 inch pipe, T fitting, 4 inch pipe, elbow

Make sense?

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Then I used a 4 inch pipe to attach the elbow fitting to the flange.  

You want to be using a level during this whole process to make sure your shelf will be level when you attach it.

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I used 2 1/2 inch pipes going vertically from the T fitting to the flange that would attach to the shelf. 

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Attach the flange to the wood with wood screws (or we used drywall screws.)

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Next, I tape off the wood and stained it with a MinWax stain in Dark Walnut.

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Then I used a wipe on poly in Satin and let it dry.

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I love how my shelf turned out!

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It is perfect for hanging our coats and purses, and of course, the shelf will be fun to decorate for each holiday! 

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For the winter months, I am going to enjoy storing extra throws and pillows on my shelf.

diy industrial coat rack

I have a feeling I will be using this a LOT in the future!


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I added a basket underneath my shelf.  I will be great for shoe storage or maybe some more blankets!

It might be fun to find a small bench for that space too.

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Now I am ready for my guests to arrive!  Come on over, y’all!

Be sure to check out the free Lowes Creative ideas magazine and app this month.

There are some great DIY project ideas for the holiday season!

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Disclosure: I am a Lowes Creative Ideas blogger and participate in monthly sponsored challenges by Lowe’s. All opinions and ideas are my own.

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Outdoor Shed Organization

September 15, 2014 AT 5:07 pm 5 Comments

Most girls get excited about a new pair of shoes and earrings to match.

Not me.

I get excited about a new miter saw and drill bits. Smile

I can honestly say that I am more giddy about organizing my shed for all of my tools and DIY supplies than I am about decorating my house for fall. 

It’s just the way I am wired.

It makes me giggle when I realize that I probably have more power tools than my husband.  hee.hee.  If not, I know they are at least more organized.  

That is why I jumped at the chance to work with Simpson Strong Tie to help create my very own tool shed!



Doesn’t it look a.ma.zing?!!!  I am so in love!

Especially because this is what it looked like just about a month ago…




This shed was so full of our junk that we couldn’t even walk in it!




Now it is beautifully organized with all of my DIY goodies!


I made my workbench and shelving unit with these two kits from Simpson Strong Tie.  You can purchase the Simpson Strong Tie Workbench/Shelving kits in select stores, or online HERE.


Each box came with 8 brackets and instructions on how to build each piece.


The original instructions are for a 2 foot deep by 4 foot wide workbench, but I decided to make mine twice as big.


I love that these kits are this versatile.


I build my work bench and shelving unit all by myself.  I couldn’t believe how easy it was!  I simply had to cut the 2×4’s the length I needed them and placed them in the corner brackets.  Then I simply screwed the boards in place. 


Then I cut the MDF boards the length I needed them and notched out the corners.  (We used MDF board instead of the suggested plywood since my bench was going to be longer and the MDF is more sturdy.)



Since my bench was bigger than suggested on the box, I also had to get a bigger piece of pegboard for the back.

But that was exactly what I needed!  Check out all the goodies that I was able to hang on my pegboard!!!


Can you believe I have been keeping all of this stuff in my office?! I am so glad I was able to get my tools out of my office and into my shed!


I am loving how organized I am!

I built the shelving unit to go on the right wall of the shed.  I also decided to cover the wall behind the shelving unit with pegboard to give me even more space to hang items if I wanted.


We decided to build the shelving unit a little differently than the instructions suggested.  The bottom 2×4 “legs” are taller than the orginal so that the bottom shelf is higher off the ground and I am able to store stuff under it.  I bought a clear plastic tub to store the boy’s sports equipment.

As you can see, I still have a lot of empty shelf space (YAY!) for even more storage.  Believe me, it will be filled up soon!

Can you believe that all of the tools and supplies in this shed are mine that I have gotten through blogging?!! That’s crazy!

Now, I have told Cy to stay out of “my” tool shed.  His tools are in the barn, and let’s just say that it doesn’t look quite as good as mine.  (That is an understatement.) Smile

I might let him use my tools if he’s good.  (hee.hee.) 

If you are in need of some easy to build, sturdy work benches or shelves, then you should check out Simpson Strong Tie!

I give this product two thumbs up!!


*This post was sponsored by Simpson Strong Tie.  All opinions are 100% mine!

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DIY Sawhorse Desk

August 7, 2014 AT 12:21 pm 24 Comments

Hey Friends!

I am so excited to show you the DIY Sawhorse desk that I built for the boys’ room!!!  Just in time for school to start!


I can finally say that I. AM. DONE. with their room! Smile

Jonathan helped me create a video to show you how we made this desk for their room. 

Here are the supplies that I used from Lowe’s:

-one sheet of MDF board cut to the size need for the top of the desk

-three to four 2×4’s for the legs depending on the size of your desk

-three 1×2’s to hang the pegboard on


-MinWax stain in Provencial

-two packages of sawhorse brackets

-chalkboard paint, paint for pegboard, foam roller, and paint tray




If you measure the sizes you need for the 2×4’s, 1×2’s, and pegboard, you can have the helpful employees at Lowe’s pre-cut ALL the boards for you so you do not have to do any cutting of your own at home!  Yay!  Smile

(I chose to cut my boards at home.)




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This post was sponsored by Lowe’s Creative Ideas.  All ideas and opinions were 100% mine.

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DIY Mason Jar Lid Coasters

June 16, 2014 AT 6:00 am 12 Comments

 Summer time is here, and I am so excited to be outside on our back patio grillin’ and spending time with my husband and four boys.  We love to eat out on our back patio, so I have been sprucing it up the past few weeks.  (I will be sharing a “reveal” of my back patio on my blog soon, so be sure to follow along.)  Smile

Since we will be eating outside a lot this summer, I thought it would be fun to make some colorful mason jar lid coasters for our patio table.

DIY Mason Jar Lid Coasters

These coasters were so easy and inexpensive to make!

All you need is:

  • Wide mouth mason jar lids
  • Thin sheet(s) of Cork
  • Stamp of your choice
  • Permanent Ink Pad
  • Hot glue gun
  • Spray paint (color of your choice)


Step One:

Trace mason jar lid onto the cork and cut out circle.  (I found these pre-cut cork coasters at Hobby Lobby which made it even easier to cut out.)

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Step Two:

Hot glue mason jar lids to the metal ring bands.

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Step Three:

Spray paint mason jar lids the color of your choice.  (I decided to use some red spray paint I already had.)

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Step Four:

Stamp the cork circles with permanent ink.

I found my stamp at Michael’s, and I used my black StazOn ink pad.

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Step Five:

Hot glue the cork inside the painted mason jar lid.

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Step Six:


DIY Mason Jar Lid Coasters

Aren’t they cute?!

I just love them!

DIY Mason Jar Lid Coasters

And you could create so many different versions of these coasters.

If I was hosting a UK (University of Kentucky) party, I could paint the lids Kentucky blue and stamp a wildcat paw on the cork.  GO CATS!  Smile

If I was hosting a graduation party, I could paint the lids black and stamp a graduation cap on the cork.

If I was hosting a wedding party, I could leave the lids silver and stamp wedding bells or the couples monogram on the cork.

See?!!!  The possibilities are limitless!

If you make some for yourself, I would love to see what you create!

P.S.  I had these wide mouth jar lids left over from another project I recently completed on my blog.

Painted Mason Jars!

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You can see how I completed that project HERE.


 Have a blessed day!!!


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DIY Wood Planter Box {BLACK+DECKER Giveaway!}

June 12, 2014 AT 10:34 pm

Hey friends!

I wanted to share with you a quick little project I completed today.

I’ve always seen a ton of DIY wood boxes in blogland, and I’ve always wanted to build my own, so I finally decided to do it! Smile

diy wood planter box

This project is so super easy.

I spent about $11 bucks on a piece 12 ft piece of 1×6 pine.  I cut three pieces 29 inches long for the bottom and sides, and two pieces 7 inches long for the sides.

Then I used my new BLACK+DECKER 20V MAX* Lithium Cordless Drill with Autosense Technology to put my box together.


The cool thing about this tool is that you can switch between “drill” and “drive” modes.


We used some wood screws to attach the sides to the bottom, and then we attached the end pieces.

diy wood planter box

Because pine is a soft wood, we pre-drilled a hole using the “drill mode” on my drill.


diy wood planter box

After we pre-drilled the hole, we switched to “drive mode” to use the screwdriver.

diy wood planter box

In drive mode, a microprocessor continuously measures the tool’s performance. As the screw enters the material there is a rapid change in its torque profile. The microprocessor analyzes the rate of change and stops most screws flush with the material within three milliseconds.

I enlisted Eli’s help to sand down the rough edges.

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And then I quickly gave the box one coat of MinWax Dark Walnut stain.

diy wood planter box

Next, I added some geraniums to my box and put it on my kitchen table.  Done!

diy wood planter box

I know that I will use this box a lot, indoors and outdoors.  I think it would look great with some aqua mason jars and flowers, don’t you?

Here is a quick little video that tells you a little more about this fabulous drill.




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Here is all you have to do:

Leave a comment telling me why or how the BLACK+DECKER 20V MAX* Cordless Drill with Autosense would make your life easier.

This giveaway ends June 30, 2014.  You must be 18 years old and live in the US to enter.

Many thanks to BLACK+DECKER for sponsoring today’s story and introducing me to the AutoSense Drill and its automatic clutch!

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Instant Curb Appeal with DIY Shutters

May 7, 2014 AT 2:08 pm 41 Comments

Y’all know that we have been working on the exterior of our house for the entire three years that we have lived here.  We’ve been taking it one slow step at a time.

Very soon, I am planning on showing you how we painted our exterior brick and what our house looks like now.  We still have a lot to do, but we are getting there!

One side of our house that I have been dying to add a little curb appeal is the side next to our driveway.  It’s the side that everyone sees when they drive up to our house.

This is what this side of our house looked like when we bought the house three years ago…


I knew immediately when we bought the house that I wanted to paint the brick.  Notice the beautiful green mold on the brick?  Yuck!  We power washed that off before we painted.


We finally painted the exterior last year, and we used Valspar Duramax (exterior)paint from Lowe’s and had it tinted the same color as Benjamin Moore’s White Dove.


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Painting the exterior brick made a HUGE difference in the look of our home.  It made old, ugly brick look fresh and new!photo(23)

Of course, I wanted to make some shutters for these windows.

We used pressure treated 1×6 pieces of pine (about 54 inches long) to fit the size of our windows.


The horizontal slats of wood on the front are pressure treated 1×4’s.  We used construction adhesive and finish nails to attach the horizontal piece to the vertical slats.


We painted the shutters with an exterior Valspar Signature paint in my favorite color, Ebony Fields.  It’s kind of a brownish-grayish-black.photo(24)

Here are the supplies we got at Lowe’s to hang the shutters…



First, we decided where we wanted to hang the shutters, marked the spot, and used a drill to create a starter hole in the brick.


Next, we used the masonry bit and concrete anchors to attach the shutter to the brick.  We only needed two anchors, one on the top and one on the bottom.


It started getting late when we were hanging the last shutters. Smile


The next day, I went to Lowe’s Garden Center and picked up some beautiful knock out roses and hostas.


I also got this beautiful bush to hide some of the “uglies” on our exterior.  It’s not quite big enough yet to cover them, but it will be eventually.


And I love my beautiful white azalea that I planted.


I am so happy with how cheerful this side of our house looks now!  It will be even more beautiful over the years as these plants continue to grow and get even bigger.


Just some paint, shutters, and landscaping has made a huge difference in the curb appeal of our home!  I love pulling up in our driveway now. Smile


What do you think?  Do you like my brick better painted?


This project was sponsored by Lowes as part of their monthly Lowes Creative Ideas Team.  For more inspiration, check out the Lowes Creative Ideas magazine in print or on your tablet.

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Tool Shed Makeover {#3M DIY}

May 5, 2014 AT 1:33 pm 6 Comments

Do you remember the exterior makeover I did on my shed last year with 3M DIY?

shed makeoverI LOVED that project.  That shed was such an eye sore on our property and now it is so pretty to look at.

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But the interior was still a mess!

So I was so glad to work with 3M DIY again to give the inside of my shed a little makeover.

I have big plans for the interior, but I am working on just one wall at a time right now.

There are three main walls in my shed, and I am going to use one for my yard tools, one for my work tools, and one for the boys sports equipment.

I decided to make the first wall you see on the left my “yard tool wall.”

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Materials I used:

Scotch® Extreme Mounting Tape

PVC Pipe

Scotch™ Garage Organizer

Scotch™ Secure Strap

Scotch™ Indoor  Fasteners

To create my yard tool holders, I used some PVC pipe and some Scotch® Extreme Mounting Tape.

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I cut some PVC pipe in about 4 inch pieces with my chop saw. DSC_0273 The saw threw bits of plastic all over the place when I cut it, even in my hair, so I made sure I had my 3M safety product {safety glasses} on.


I’ve used many different safety glasses since I started blogging, and I have to admit that these are my favorite.  They are very heavy duty and comfortable on my nose!

To make my yard tool holder, I attached  two 1×6 pieces of wood to the studs in the shed with my screw driver and long screws.

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I laid my tools out to see how far I wanted them to be apart.

Then I applied some of the 3M mounting tape to the backs of the PVC pieces…

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Next, I removed the red piece of liner off of the mounting tape and attached them to the wood.

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Those babies were stuck on there good!  Smile  I tried to immediately pull the PVC pipe off the wood to test the strength, and I couldn’t do it.  Yay!

Next, I added a small piece of 1×6 wood to the top of the wall and attached a Scotch™ Garage Organizer to it.2014-04-10 17.06.40

The Scotch™ Garage Organizer holds up to 20 pounds, so I used it to hold our water hose.

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It was simple to wrap the fastener strap around my hose to hold it in place.  I love that it is up high and out of the way.

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I used the two Scotch™ Secure Straps to hold our lawn and leaf bags.  All I had to do was wrap the straps around the back of the 1×6 and then around the garbage bag box, and secure it with the fasteners.

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We go through a lot of garbage bags in the summer, and it will be easy to replace the old boxes with a new box by using these secure straps.

I bought a new pair of clippers and decided to use my Scotch™ Indoor Fasteners to attach them to the wood.

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I put the soft part of the fastener on my clippers so it wouldn’t bother my fingers when I used it.

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Then I put the other part of the fastener on the wood and attached my clippers.


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I used some of my Scotch® Extreme Mounting Tape on the back of a small basket that I had in storage.

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I attached it to the wood and put my gardening gloves and trimmer string.

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I love how organized I am getting in my shed!

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Now I am excited about tackling the other two walls in my shed!



I am proud to be a 3M- sponsored blogger, and, as part of my responsibilities, I get the opportunity to evaluate new products from 3M DIY. Opinions are my own and additional product used in the project were selected by me.

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Easy Teacher Gift Idea

April 29, 2014 AT 10:07 pm 1 Comment

So, last year I waited until the last minute to get my kids’ teachers an end-of-the-year gift.  (Truthfully, it happens every year.  I know.  I’m terrible.)

I had over 10 gifts to make, so I wanted to do something quick and easy.

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I bought some canning jars, dollar store baskets, polka-dot straws, lemonade, gum, and yellow flowers.  I wanted the gift to look bright and summery.

I snapped the photo above quickly on my phone thinking, “maybe I can share this on my blog next year?!”  Smile

So I apologize for not having better pictures, but I am just throwing this idea out there to ya!

I did snap a picture of me making holes in the top of my canning jar lids with a hammer and screw driver.

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Oh, and one more of the paper straw that I put inside the canning jars…

easy teacher gift

But that’s it.  I was rapidly trying to put these gifts together so the picture taking stopped.

I put about half of the jars in baskets as gifts, but I left the other half alone for Jonathan’s middle school teachers.  For his teachers, I just put some of those little individual-sized lemonade packets inside each jar, and tied a note to the straw that said, “Have a Sweet Summer.”

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For the baskets, I wrote “Hope your summer is as sweet as you!” on a card and stuck it in the flowers.

So easy, but fun!

Here are a few more teacher gift baskets that I found on Pinterest that I thought you might like…

Sunny Side Up: Teacher Gift Ideas

The Lovely Cupboard


Free and editable printable at Skip to My Lou.


great staff/co-worker gift ideas

The Family Historian




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