It has been a little while since we posted. We have a couple of large-ish projects happening, so we’ve been focussing on getting those done. But in between the hours and hours spent mixing concrete in a wheelbarrow with a shovel (more about that soon!) we received some curtains in the mail. Yep, over 6… Continue reading The Difference Curtains Make
With Christmas just around the corner, we have compiled a little list of Stocking Stuffers for the DIY enthusiast in your life! There is nothing saying, if you are the enthusiast, that you can’t send Santa, your friends and your loved ones a link to this page as your Christmas Wish List. It can be… Continue reading Christmas Gift Ideas – Stocking Stuffers For The DIYer
It’s been a little while since I updated the TIWWCHNT section of the site. Of course, there have been plenty of little mishaps between our last submission and now, but none of real note, just the usual scrapes down the walls, bathroom windowsill destruction and unexplained chip in the tiles in the toilet. Today we’ll… Continue reading This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things – Pantry
We have had these old ceramic planters for many years. They once had some type of large aloe-vera-esque plants in them, and we sat them on the verandah of our old house. The colour of the planters is very ‘meh’, but we did get them for free and they did match the colour of… Continue reading How To Easily Update Outdated Ceramic Pot Planters
You really don’t have to be cashed up to begin home improvement projects. Not all projects need to be big and expensive. Sometimes the small ones can make a big impact. If you’ve been planning some mighty renovation projects, but just feel overwhelmed (oh yeah, we know this feeling!) and don’t know where to start,… Continue reading 10 Easy Home Improvement Projects for Under $100
This, the final episode of the Leaking Shower saga, has been some time coming. It has been fixed now for quite some time. I’d like to say we haven’t updated because we wanted to be sure it was actually fixed before we declared publicly that it was. Truthfully, it’s because I’ve been lazy about writing… Continue reading FAIL – The Shower is Leaking – Part Four (Final)
What is a Kokedama? A kokedama is basically a plant suspended in a string-wrapped ball of soil. The term ‘kokedama’ is Japanese and literally means ‘moss ball’ (koke = moss, dama = ball). So why kokedamas?? Actually, I had never heard of these fabulous balls of coolness until Mr Hammer’s sister and her husband gifted… Continue reading Easy DIY – How to Make a Cool Kokedama ‘Curtain’ (Part One)
One Simple Project to Upgrade Your Bathroom – just an easy weekend job that could really change the ambience of your bathing space!
Putting a fire under the bum of the Front Yard Landscaping to get some privacy plants in. A bit of dirt, some blisters and a lot more work ahead of us.
Trampolines have been proven to be effective for kids with sensory needs, providing sensory feedback for their proprioceptive and vestibular systems.