When we bought our home, put the Christmas tree up, I decided, I’m now the matriarch of the family, so it’s now my duty to continue the tradition of the Holiday Tree. My husband wasn’t exactly “jumping for joy” when I made this decision, however, he knows what it means to me. He tends to go along with a lot of my crazy ideas, a lot of times he drags his feet on the ideas, but he’ll still join me on the crazy ride. Anyway, a lot of the decorations that my mom had were either damaged from storage because the totes weren’t sealed right or they were broken and I didn’t realize it, so I had to make new decorations or get creative.
I’m writing this article about outside garden spaces in hopes for an early spring, since I’m already over the yucky white stuff here in Ohio. Beautiful outside garden spaces can be the ideal addition to any home. After all, it is the part of your premises that tends to be on show to everyone. Those who pass by your home are assured to have a quick peek at your garden and you should want them to be impressed by what they see. Not only this, but gorgeous outside garden spaces can provide a lot of fun too. This does not only relate to the fun you can have by up-keeping your outdoor space and planting gorgeous flowers, but it also relates to the fun you can have when spending time in your garden.
I dabble a little in some craftiness and a little DIY. Growing up I kinda had no choice with a mom who had the knack for putting together two or three things that you would never think to put together and made them work. If you’ve ever watched any of my live videos over on my Facebook page, you’ll see a few of the videos that I have done in the past and at least one I did a lil’ crafting live. There is not a single type of craft that is not mixed with at least something else. All crafts, no matter what have creativity, personality, and a story. For that, all crafts (even if it’s not your “thing” or style) need to be praised and shared.