Things are starting to take shape in my backyard and I couldn’t be more excited! Come and see this week’s progress in week 3 of the 6 week yard transformation, hosted by Nat of Simple Life Crazy Family.
Welcome to Week One of the 6 Week Yard Transformation Challenge, hosted by my friend Nat at Simple Family-Crazy Life. Nat is starting her second round of the challenge for those of us in colder climates. You can check out her front yard in the first round.
The snow has just barely finished melting here so this week I’ll be showing you all the projects I hope to accomplish. Will I finish them all? Probably not. But this six week challenge is good motivation to get as many as I can done.
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When I was on vacation in New York recently, I took tons of photos of things in the city that inspired me. The top of my list? This photo of a Greek restaurant’s patio:
I’m in love with this beautiful cobalt blue and want to design my patio around it. Here’s the elements I’m using this summer to get the look.
My sister-in-law Alex found the man of her dreams and in May they were married in Michigan. Since he’s Jamaican and she’s Canadian, most of their family was unable to attend the wedding. Last weekend we celebrated the Canadian portion and it was so much fun! More details after the jump!
Canada’s 150th birthday is fast approaching! If there’s any year to throw a Canada Day celebration for your friends and family–this is the year.
Planning the perfect backyard Canada Day celebration doesn’t have to be hard. I’ve come up with a couple of easy and fun ideas to make your party a success.