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Member Since: 6/20/11

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I like that lock. I've never seen that before.

Looking Ahead: The Futurist's Apartment
New York Magazine

10/19/11 11:20 AM

Good idea. I love deep yellows- and usually going to a thrift store or flea market can be cheaper!

Pop of Sunshine: 10 Yellow Accessories For Under $50
10/19/11 11:13 AM

I've heard of them but I've never had the chance to try one. I probably wouldn't be able to find them anywhere around here in KS though!

America's Forgotten Fruit: The Pawpaw

9/30/11 12:16 PM

Whoa I love that link up there by Dulcibella. That's so awesome. Must be so eco-friendly. I'm surprised that's not one of their selling points on their website.

Bring Sunlight in with Mirror Lighting System?
Good Questions

9/30/11 12:14 PM

Lol ^^^

Honestly I got my dishware from goodwill. It's super cheap and there are some really cool- old style-y vintage- finds sometimes! I actually have two sets from there and they both have these really cute flowers on them. They are a little 80s but definitely in my budget.

Best Sources for Dinnerware on a Budget

9/30/11 11:26 AM

That looks nice there but I don't know if I'd want to do that. I suppose it's a temporary project that can always be changed or removed! In that way I think it's a great thing to do to mix it up a bit.

High Impact Art: Rasterbator Shingle Wall
9/30/11 11:13 AM

Wish these pictures were just a tad bigger. They look great though- making me very hungry!

French Cooking Made Easy & a Macaron Smackdown
This Time Last Year

9/30/11 11:11 AM

Love that kitty picture. These are beautiful homes!

AIA Homes Tour: Free Furniture, Color & Design Ideas
9/30/11 11:03 AM

I agree with becster. Anything freezable- that you can take out the night before and grab quickly the next day- is a great idea.

Looking for Recipes for Quick Breakfast Snacks
Good Questions

9/30/11 11:01 AM

Are all those pictures from the same house? I love the second picture. I want those side tables!

A Tastefully Retro Mid-Century Home
House to Home

9/30/11 10:56 AM

How are the lemons different after fermentation? Some of these seem a little difficult but I the lemon one is definitely something I can tackle first. Just curious how they will be.

Pickles, Preserves & Brews: 9 DIY Fermentation Recipes
Recipe Roundup

9/30/11 10:54 AM

I love that idea for cork. I have so much of it bagged up and lying around. I sometimes make some things with it but I'd love to help out animals in any way I can!

Corks For Elephants: Friends Of The Zoos

9/30/11 10:39 AM

I love all the color in that lost photo, and the chevron floors!

A Gallery of Vintage Inspired Living Rooms
9/14/11 05:55 PM

Wow! I can't believe that, it looks so good.

Before & After: Vintage Chair Transformation
My Rustic Cottage Life

9/14/11 05:46 PM

I love the mirrors in the third picture!

Grain: Sustainable Style for a Better Future
Store Profile

9/2/11 04:40 PM

That's a good idea. I love winter but slipping is not only embarrassing slipping and falling but it hurts! Wish they would do this around my campus a little more.

Make Stairs Slip-Proof With Sand
Martha Stewart

9/2/11 04:37 PM

Adorable. A little pricey but if I had the bucks I'd get a set.

London Fog Tea Towel
Daily Find

9/2/11 04:35 PM

Bed trays can be pretty trendy items. Wooden ones are nice.

The Portable Table: Best In Bed Trays
9/2/11 04:25 PM

Hmm I'm not into it. I can see someone decorating with these- like a biologist or a paleontologist but I don't think it's for me. I must give you credit on originality though!

Specimens: Bones and Other Oddities
9/2/11 04:24 PM

That is such a good idea. My ornaments get SO tangled and it is a mess every year. This would take up a bit more space but it'd probably save way more time.

Save Bulk Packaging For Ornament Storage
Real Simple

9/2/11 04:22 PM