Tip: How to Waterproof Outdoor Items
Today I wanted to share with you a few quick tips on how to keep your outdoor items looking fresh and better able to withstand the harsh summer elements. Birdhouses, terracotta pots, mailboxes, pallet signs, plant markers and other "outdoor decor" items will all benefit from a watersealer. Thompson's asked me to review a few of their products last year and sent me some samples. I didn't get around to posting about it last summer, so I've had an entire year's worth of experience with both…
A cute way to update a basic pair of rain boots
Rain boots. Farm boots. Muck boots. Around here, we call 'em "wellies." And we use them a LOT, in the rainy Pacific NW. (Ironically, most people don't use umbrellas. I do. And I also get teased for looking like a tourist. Whatevs.) Not every girl can relate to this obviously... but I'm only 5'1," and boot heights give me fits! They are almost always too tall for me and cut me off in all the wrong places. (Thank you Lord, for making me short. I know You had Your reasons. And I do hope You…
How To Clean Your Hunter Boots: Remove White Bloom with Olive Oil • The Southern Thing
How to clean your Hunter boots to remove white bloom with household products you own. Do you own Hunter boots that turned white? Clean them with olive oil!
How to Add an Elastic Gusset to Tall Boots | Sew a Fine Seam
how to add an elastic gusset to tall boots. The first thing I did was make the cut down the inside of the leather boot. If the boots had zippers I would
THINK SPRING PAINTED RUBBER BOOTS
It's still winter here and darn cold! So I thought I would brighten the day with colorful pictures of rubber boots I have painted. Original g.a.s. design...
Giveaway and Project Excerpt: Umbrella Redo from Fabric-by-Fabric One Yard Wonders | Make:
Fabric-by-Fabric One Yard Wonders By Rebecca Yaker and Patricia Hoskins Photos by Tara Donne Storey Publishing As far as project publications go,
Super Easy Boot Liners
A few months ago, I saw these super cute fleece boot liners at Target. I do have "lovely" black rubber boots and I was sure that fleece liners would be just the ticket. At $9.99 plus tax a pair, however, I was disinclined to buy them. I knew I could make some for far less. I bought some adorable fleece on sale for roughly $5/yard. Then life interfered and my adorable fleece got put on a shelf. Fast forward to tonight. The house is relatively clean, dinner dishes were non-existent because we…