My Bathroom Makeover [Part 6]: Who Knew You Could Paint a Bathtub?

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Hey everyone! My bathroom is sooooo close to being finished. I can’t believe how different it looks!

Today I’m sharing about how I painted my bathtub. That’s right, I completely refinished my tub with paint! Not just any paint though. I used Klenk’s Epoxy Enamel, which, unfortunately, isn’t on Amazon (I’ve heard great things about Rustoleum’s version of this product though, which you can find here!). Continue reading “My Bathroom Makeover [Part 6]: Who Knew You Could Paint a Bathtub?”

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My Bathroom Makeover [Part 4]: Stripping the Vanity with Citristrip

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When I first saw my hideous bathroom, the only thing I liked was the vanity. Actually, I loved the vanity. While planning my bathroom update, I knew I wanted to keep it, but it definitely needed some TLC. Continue reading “My Bathroom Makeover [Part 4]: Stripping the Vanity with Citristrip”

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My Bathroom Makeover [Part 1]: Painting the Ceiling… Black!

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My house was built in 1955 and was owned by just one family before me. I bought it from a 95-year-old woman when she decided to move in with her adult children. So, as you can imagine, the entire house is a little… well… dated.

She also loved green. Like, “every-surface-in-the-house-painted-green” loved green. Hospital mint green. It’s not a terrible colour, unless its on everything, then it’s horrid.

I love monochrome colour schemes in houses, so since I bought the house a little under a month ago I’ve been dreaming of greys, whites, blacks, and silvers covering the never ending mint.

So, let’s talk about my horrific bathroom. Continue reading “My Bathroom Makeover [Part 1]: Painting the Ceiling… Black!”

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DIY Crochet Ukulele Strap

Anyone who knows me knows I ADORE my 3 ukuleles. I taught myself to play by using YouTube and by looking up chords online. It’s so easy to play and tons of fun too.
I’ve wanted a strap for my tenor uke for quite awhile. It has a pickup so I can play it in church when I’m playing in the band, but I always have to sit while I play which drives me nuts.

I tried finding a simple pattern for a ukulele strap online, but it seemed like they all wanted me to drill a hole in the end or just tie a flimsy ribbon around myself. So not what I wanted. It took me a couple tries to get right, but now I have a super cute (sparkly!) strap for my instrument.  Continue reading “DIY Crochet Ukulele Strap”

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Super Easy Homemade Chocolate Milk

I love a cold glass of chocolate milk. But I can’t justify paying over $6 for a 4 litre jug of the stuff at the grocery store… yikes! This new homeowner can’t afford such luxuries.

So, I looked to the best place I could think of for a simple recipe: Pinterest.

Pinterest is, by far, the best source of recipes I’ve ever come across. Seriously. If you don’t have a food and drink board to pin on, you are missing out on some excellent tastebud experiences.   Keep reading…

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