Happy almost Valentine’s Day! Out of all the holidays, Valentine’s Day is one of my favorites. It’s the one day you can be as over the top with love and appreciation for everyone in your life and they won’t call you crazy. This is our first married Valentine’s Day, so I wanted to do something a little more sentimental than my usual Valentine’s puns.
Nothing quite shows you trust someone like giving them a living thing to take care of. I love you, I trust you, here’s a plant baby!
I personally prefer gifting plants over bouquets because they last longer and any of these heart-shaped plants would be perfect for Valentine’s Day! We even have you covered with how to wrap them.
Hi friends! As I sat down to plan out 2018 posts, I realized I haven’t shared any of the DIYs I’ve made on Apartment Therapy here. (Quick rewind, I’m a DIY contributor over there and sometimes do original content for them.) One of my favorite projects was this DIY no sew lumbar pillow- we use it daily and I love tossing it on the bed to make it instantly look more styled.
As a first time puppy mom, I got a little carried away buying toys for Hunter. Plushies with squeakers? Check. Classic Kong? Check. Puzzle balls? Check. But after paying $10 for a glorified rope and fuzzy tennis ball that shed into a million tiny choking hazards from a pet store, I became a lot more skeptical that buying toys was the way to go.
If you have ever spent an exorbitant amount of time wondering why is it so hard to find cute laundry baskets that don’t cost an arm and a leg, this post is for you. I was so sick of our ugly plastic hamper taking up precious space in our small bathroom, it was time for a change. I just had no idea sticking the tag ‘woven hamper’ onto a basket would make prices jump $80+.