My office, before I turn it into a nursery.
After I finished making this little Begonia rex kokedama last week, I started thinking about how the dark purple leaves would make it a good fit for a Halloween terrarium. So I spent a few minutes styling this one up, and I have to admit that it turned out really fun. Want to make your […]
This weekend I have plenty of projects I’d love to take on. My yard needs to be cleaned up to prep for the winter (and I’m going to plant garlic and fava beans), I have some things I need to make for Curbly and this blog, and I even want to start tackling some nursery […]
Years ago, I saw instructions on how to make kokedama, plants with their roots wrapped in moss, and I’ve been meaning to try it ever since. Over the years I saw the project pop up again and again, but the instructions always seemed a bit intimidating. So when I saw that a free class on how […]
Are you ready for Halloween? I haven’t really gotten any decorations up yet, except for this Halloween snake wreath I made for Curbly. If you want to make your own, the full DIY tutorial is here. But if it’s too subtle for you, you can try the skeleton one below that I made last year. […]
My appetite is back, and the other day I got a craving for a vegan tuna salad sandwich. After some googling, I found a recipe, and mixed it up. When I tasted it, though, it wasn’t quite what I had in mind. So I kept tweaking it until I was happy with it, and along […]
I know I’ve been a lot quieter than usual online for the last few months, but there’s a good reason: The first trimester of pregnancy has been way tougher than I (naively) expected. Yep, Steven and I are having a baby in about six months! Naturally, I have a lot of thoughts on the subject….
Happy Friday! This weekend looks much more promising than the last one. At the end of last week I discovered that my blog had been hacked, so I spent a bunch of my weekend dealing with that. If you had trouble accessing this site, or got redirected to spam, I apologize! I think the problem […]
This week, for the first time ever, I decorated a fall mantel. It was fun and easy, and I recommend giving it a try even if you’ve never done it before! Here’s my step-by-step guide on how to replicate this look, plus how to make cheap plastic fake pumpkins look a lot classier.