Little Glass Jar http://www.littleglassjar.com Creation & Inspiration For Your Home Thu, 22 Jun 2017 02:13:45 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8 Striped Farmhouse Tray http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/06/19/striped-farmhouse-tray/ http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/06/19/striped-farmhouse-tray/#comments Mon, 19 Jun 2017 10:00:50 +0000 http://www.littleglassjar.com/?p=4227 DIY Striped Farmhouse Tray.

Some of my favorite projects come out of my basement. My basement full of the most random things that I think I’ll for sure need one day. Which I most likely will. Or maybe not. You just never know, so might as well just hold on to them for the right timing!  I do the same thing with wood. Scrap wood, barn wood, archetectual pieces, so on and so on. There was this round wood piece that I picked up from our local hardware store once that I know I could turn into a project, and I finally did with this DIY Striped Farmhouse Tray! Today I’m joining a crazy talented group of ladies to bring you some pretty awesome DIY projects that you can do yourself this summer! If you are coming from House by Hoff, welcome to my little creative spot! I’m thrilled you’re here, and I hope you take a look around! In the meantime, let me share how I made this cute little tray so you can make one too!     SUPPLIES NEEDED: Round Piece of Wood Wood Stain Painters Tape Paint/Paint Brush Paint Sealer Sander or sand block Handles Screwdriver     DIRECTIONS: I […]

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DIY Striped Farmhouse Tray.

Some of my favorite projects come out of my basement. My basement full of the most random things that I think I’ll for sure need one day. Which I most likely will. Or maybe not. You just never know, so might as well just hold on to them for the right timing!  I do the same thing with wood. Scrap wood, barn wood, archetectual pieces, so on and so on. There was this round wood piece that I picked up from our local hardware store once that I know I could turn into a project, and I finally did with this DIY Striped Farmhouse Tray!

Today I’m joining a crazy talented group of ladies to bring you some pretty awesome DIY projects that you can do yourself this summer! If you are coming from House by Hoff, welcome to my little creative spot! I’m thrilled you’re here, and I hope you take a look around! In the meantime, let me share how I made this cute little tray so you can make one too!

 

 

SUPPLIES NEEDED:

  • Round Piece of Wood
  • Wood Stain
  • Painters Tape
  • Paint/Paint Brush
  • Paint Sealer
  • Sander or sand block
  • Handles
  • Screwdriver

 

 

DIRECTIONS:

  • I started by staining the piece of raw round wood.

 

 

 

  • Once the wood was completely dry, I taped off the stripes with painters tape, then painted the wood that was still visible.

 

 

 

  • After the paint was dry, I peeled off the tape to expose the painted stripes on the wood, then sanded the whole piece down to give it a more weathered look.

 

 

 

  • Next I sealed the paint with a wax, and then attached the black handles to each side of the wood.

 

 

And voila! You have a super simple farmhouse style tray to use this summer for drinks and food whenever needed!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The summer fun isn’t over, head over to my sweet friend Amandas house at Sincerely Marie Designs for some more DIY fun! Her home is just beautiful so you don’t want to miss out!

 

 

And here’s a little peak at the other awesome projects you can find if you just follow the blog hop loop!

 

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The Tale of the Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/06/14/tale-fiddle-leaf-fig-tree/ http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/06/14/tale-fiddle-leaf-fig-tree/#comments Wed, 14 Jun 2017 11:30:56 +0000 http://www.littleglassjar.com/?p=4217 Fiddle Leaf FigTree

I’m not going to sugarcoat it. I am a plant killer. I have a black thumb like no other. But you may have already known that by now, since I like to brag about it. Instead I am a huge lover of the artificial plant group, and I’m not even slightly ashamed. But you know who surprisingly is like the plant whisperer in our home? My husband. He can turn any half dead plant into a thriving beauty, and yes I am completely jealous of his skills! Then again, the biggest part of keeping a plant alive is having to water it, and I just tend to always forget that step. About four or five years ago I learned all about this beautiful plant called the Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree, and naturally I needed to have one. Of course my husband laughed at me because, well, it’s a real plant. But I promised him up and down I would keep this one alive because it was special. And the search began. And it continued. And it became my mission in life to find this plant.     I had heard many legends that you could find the Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree […]

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Fiddle Leaf FigTree

I’m not going to sugarcoat it. I am a plant killer. I have a black thumb like no other. But you may have already known that by now, since I like to brag about it. Instead I am a huge lover of the artificial plant group, and I’m not even slightly ashamed. But you know who surprisingly is like the plant whisperer in our home? My husband. He can turn any half dead plant into a thriving beauty, and yes I am completely jealous of his skills! Then again, the biggest part of keeping a plant alive is having to water it, and I just tend to always forget that step.

About four or five years ago I learned all about this beautiful plant called the Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree, and naturally I needed to have one. Of course my husband laughed at me because, well, it’s a real plant. But I promised him up and down I would keep this one alive because it was special. And the search began. And it continued. And it became my mission in life to find this plant.

 

 

I had heard many legends that you could find the Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree at your local home improvement stores, and even IKEA. Well here in St. Louis, I learned really fast (after stalking these stores weekly for months and months, and many more months…) this legend is entirely false. So I went online and ordered one, and after I was sent the brown version, also known as the dead version, I was about to give up. But the plant universe really wanted me to have one of these trees, and one day on a sunny afternoon shopping with my mother-in-law in southern Illinois, it happened.

 

 

 

It happened at a Walmart, of all places. There she was in all her little glory. I wanted to hug her. I wanted to buy the whole entire stock of them. I mean after all she was only like twelve bucks. But I knew I had to prove that I could keep this one alive before I could get another one. So I put her in my cart and we lived happily ever after. . .

 

 

We lived happily ever after because after a few weeks of me forgetting to water her, my husband took over and I am not even kidding, this tree thrived and just keeps on growing because of him. You want to know how?

  1. WATER THE PLANT – When it’s a baby, maybe just one cup once a week. When it’s big like mine, approximately two cups a week. Make sure the top of the soil is wet.
  2. REPLANT IT – When it gets too big for its pot, it needs more room!
  3. DONT MOVE IT – We literally have left this plant in the same spot for all of its life here. I really do believe this is key.
  4. INDIRECT SUNLIGHT – Even though we have ours in front of the window, we usually always have the curtains closed while we are at work. So it isn’t getting too much sun.
  5. ROTATE IT – Okay, so maybe you do move it a little. After a while you are going to notice your tree leaning towards the sunlight, so be sure to rotate it so it doesn’t hurt its back. Be nice, guys.

 

 

So if you are looking for this beautiful plant. I wish you luck! It was well worth the wait!

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Life Lately Vol. 1 http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/06/12/life-lately-vol-1/ http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/06/12/life-lately-vol-1/#comments Mon, 12 Jun 2017 05:02:59 +0000 http://www.littleglassjar.com/?p=4205 Life Lately Volume One

Life, it really gets in the way sometimes doesn’t it!? Here I am at nearly eleven o’clock on a Sunday night, watching House of Cards on Netflix, finally finding the time to sit and write a blog post. My blogging has been inconsistent, which is funny because my word of the year was consistency (whomp whomp, major fail). If you are a return reader I am sorry I have been so spotty, I certainly never intend to be. Life got busy, so I’m here to catch you up on just a few things! And let’s maybe continue to do this Life Lately chat every now and again shall we? Good!     Country Living Magazine. Give me a second, because I’m still trying to process this. Our little farmhouse style dining room was in the June issue of Country Living Magazine representing Missouri in their Coast to Coast article. Umm, what? I am still totally weirded out about this (in the best way possible). This beauty of a magazine has been my favorite mean of inspiration when it comes to decorating for as long as I can remember. I have stacks on stack of old issues in my basement with ripped out pages […]

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Life Lately Volume One

Life, it really gets in the way sometimes doesn’t it!? Here I am at nearly eleven o’clock on a Sunday night, watching House of Cards on Netflix, finally finding the time to sit and write a blog post. My blogging has been inconsistent, which is funny because my word of the year was consistency (whomp whomp, major fail). If you are a return reader I am sorry I have been so spotty, I certainly never intend to be. Life got busy, so I’m here to catch you up on just a few things! And let’s maybe continue to do this Life Lately chat every now and again shall we? Good!

 

 

Country Living Magazine.

Give me a second, because I’m still trying to process this. Our little farmhouse style dining room was in the June issue of Country Living Magazine representing Missouri in their Coast to Coast article. Umm, what? I am still totally weirded out about this (in the best way possible). This beauty of a magazine has been my favorite mean of inspiration when it comes to decorating for as long as I can remember. I have stacks on stack of old issues in my basement with ripped out pages before Pinterest was a thing. To be featured in print is a dream, and I am still pinching myself.

 

 

 

Not to mention there are a handful of other awesome bloggers friends of mine and their beautiful homes featured. They are all so well deserved! I love how supportive and wonderful this blogging community is towards one another, and I am just so blessed to have these ladies in my life.

 

 

 

Blogging.

Speaking of making dreams come true, I’ve been having strong thoughts on mine lately. I’ve been working in the corporate world for over a decade now, and while I am so thankful to have a job with my company, it is not what I want to do with the rest of my life. I am a creative stuck in a cubicle, and I am working really hard on a plan to start this new chapter in my life. Turning this blog into a business is my goal, and I am more than ready to use all of the resources and knowledge I have gained in the last three years to make this work. I hope you all will be here to support and encourage me along the way!

And stay tuned! I have a lot of fun collaborations and projects coming very soon!

 

 

 

Meet Ruger.

Allow me to introduce you all to the newest member of the family, Ruger! My husband and I have been talking about getting a puppy for a while now, and this little guy fell perfectly into our lap. He is a full blooded chocolate lab, and he is too cute for his own good! He’s eleven weeks old, is already spoiled rotten and has stolen our hearts. I’m sure you will be seeing more of him on the blog and on my social media, hope you don’t mind!

Am I allow to blame my absence on him? Thanks!

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Five Simple Ways to Improve Your Curb Appeal http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/05/31/five-simple-ways-improve-curb-appeal/ http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/05/31/five-simple-ways-improve-curb-appeal/#respond Wed, 31 May 2017 05:00:44 +0000 http://www.littleglassjar.com/?p=4177 Five Simple Ways to Improve Your Curb Appeal

Summer may not officially be here for a few more weeks, but I always consider Memorial Day weekend the beginning of the new season. Barbecues with family and friends, pool parties in the sun, late nights outside by the fire pit,  it’s the best isn’t it? With all this time spent outside, you’re probably wanting to get your home in tip top shape, and how fitting since May is National Home Improvement Month! So get all your work done so you can relax and enjoy the beauty of summer! Since we moved in we have spent so much time updating the inside of our house that we have completely neglected the outside. And when I say neglected, I mean I just removed a pot of dead mums on my porch from two Octobers ago. Well, we decided to change all that this summer and add some major curb appeal. The full landscaping part is coming soon, but first I wanted to show you how easy it can be to improve your curb appeal and outside environment without the major overhaul. Here are Five Simple Ways to Improve Your Curb Appeal.     For reference, this is what our little abandoned porch looked like before. And this was post wash and removal […]

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Five Simple Ways to Improve Your Curb Appeal

Summer may not officially be here for a few more weeks, but I always consider Memorial Day weekend the beginning of the new season. Barbecues with family and friends, pool parties in the sun, late nights outside by the fire pit,  it’s the best isn’t it? With all this time spent outside, you’re probably wanting to get your home in tip top shape, and how fitting since May is National Home Improvement Month! So get all your work done so you can relax and enjoy the beauty of summer!

Since we moved in we have spent so much time updating the inside of our house that we have completely neglected the outside. And when I say neglected, I mean I just removed a pot of dead mums on my porch from two Octobers ago. Well, we decided to change all that this summer and add some major curb appeal. The full landscaping part is coming soon, but first I wanted to show you how easy it can be to improve your curb appeal and outside environment without the major overhaul. Here are Five Simple Ways to Improve Your Curb Appeal.

 

 

For reference, this is what our little abandoned porch looked like before. And this was post wash and removal of spider webs and dead flowers.

 

 

ONE. | ADD ENERGY EFFICENT LIGHTING

Along with some dead flowers, we also had some burnt out light bulbs that needed to be replaced. We decided to make the switch from regular bulbs to upgraded energy efficient LED light bulbs. Batteries Plus Bulbs had so many great options to choose from, but we decided to go with Duracell Ultra Cool White LED bulbs. They make a huge difference, especially now that we have a little puppy to let out at night (Ekkk! More to come on him soon!). These are suppose to have a lifetime of 13.7 years, so it’s nice to know we don’t have to worry about them for a while! You can find all your lighting (and battery) needs online at Batteries Plus Bulbs or a local store near you that you can find on the website.

 

 

 

 

TWO. | ADD A FLAG

We have been lacking in patriotism here for years, and I have been wanting to add a flag to our outside for a while now. This was super cheap and really quick to mount. It’s a great way to show your pride for not only upcoming holidays, but all year long too.

 

 

THREE. | ADD A CUTE DOOR MAT

Nothing shows hospitality to your guests than welcoming them into your home with a cute door mat. Find one that shows off your personality and décor style, maybe even layer it with an awesome pattered rug that goes along with the season.

 

 

FOUR. | ADD SEATING

Who doesn’t love sitting outside with a cold drink or a cup of coffee and enjoying the weather? I was gifted an awesome farmhouse style black rocker that fits perfectly on our little porch and is great when I need some much needed fresh air here and there. Find seating that is comfortable and won’t get beat up with the ever-changing weather.

 

 

 

FIVE. | ADD FLOWERS + GREENERY

If you have read my blog before, you should know that I have a black thumb like no other. I am really working on getting better at keeping plants alive, so I wanted to start small with some potted plants and greens on our porch. I think this is a great way to liven up your space and even switch out different flowers as you want.

 

 

 

See, I told you.

It was super easy to do some updating outside that makes a world of a difference for a little curb appeal!

This post is sponsored by Batteries Plus Bulbs, as always all opinions are 100% my own.

 

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New Living Room Furniture http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/05/01/new-living-room-furniture/ http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/05/01/new-living-room-furniture/#comments Mon, 01 May 2017 05:00:09 +0000 http://www.littleglassjar.com/?p=4166 Beautiful slipcovered farmhouse style sofa and armchairs from Ikea!

Finally. A new, beautiful sofa and a couple armchairs. I’ve been waiting a while to replace our living room furniture, and we finally pulled the trigger. I loved my old couch so so so much, but it just didn’t fit the look I was going for in our space anymore. I am super picky about couches. I think it’s mostly the fabric that I don’t love on most of them. I wanted something light, but not that would get dirty quickly, so slipcovered couches were the route we decided to take, and I am so pleased with the ones we chose! Our new couches and armchairs are from the Ektorp line at Ikea. They have so many pretty choices in slipcover colors, but we went with the Lofallet Beige ones and they are so pretty! To be honest, I had some reservations before we bought them (were they too light, did the slipcovers wrinkle easily, were they big enough…etc), but I’ve heard how much other blogger friends of mine highly recommended them, and you guys, they are super affordable,  so we gave them a shot. We’ve had them about a month, and I’ve got no complaints just yet! I think I’ll circle back around at […]

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Beautiful slipcovered farmhouse style sofa and armchairs from Ikea!

Finally. A new, beautiful sofa and a couple armchairs. I’ve been waiting a while to replace our living room furniture, and we finally pulled the trigger. I loved my old couch so so so much, but it just didn’t fit the look I was going for in our space anymore. I am super picky about couches. I think it’s mostly the fabric that I don’t love on most of them. I wanted something light, but not that would get dirty quickly, so slipcovered couches were the route we decided to take, and I am so pleased with the ones we chose!

Our new couches and armchairs are from the Ektorp line at Ikea. They have so many pretty choices in slipcover colors, but we went with the Lofallet Beige ones and they are so pretty! To be honest, I had some reservations before we bought them (were they too light, did the slipcovers wrinkle easily, were they big enough…etc), but I’ve heard how much other blogger friends of mine highly recommended them, and you guys, they are super affordable,  so we gave them a shot. We’ve had them about a month, and I’ve got no complaints just yet! I think I’ll circle back around at some point and do a full review on them later, but for now, I think they will work pretty perfect for the farmhouse look I love.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What do you think? Do you like them?

 

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Crate Side Tables http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/04/25/diy-crate-side-tables/ http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/04/25/diy-crate-side-tables/#comments Tue, 25 Apr 2017 05:00:53 +0000 http://www.littleglassjar.com/?p=4126 Make these rustic, farmhouse style DIY Crate Side Tables for your living room or bedroom! They are so easy to make! Tutorial here: http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/04/25/diy-crate-side-tables/

The sun is shining, my windows are wide open, curtains flowing, birds are chirping, and I am one happy girl that the weather has been absolutely beautiful recently. Beautiful weather for me means I get to work on building and painting my projects from our garage, and it is so therapeutic for me in so many ways. It’s where I love to be. Outside and creating things that add character to our home, and that I get to share with you guys! And today I have some pretty awesome DIY Crate Side Tables I built that I hope you all love! A lot of changes have been happening in our house, one of which is that we got new living room furniture! I’ll have a whole post on that coming up, but you’ll get to see a sneak peek in this one! Naturally, when you make a huge change like this, you have to tweak a few other things to allow for a good flow in the space. I mean, I’m certainly not complaining because it just means that I had to fix other areas that I wasn’t crazy about, like our side tables. Last summer when we were out junking we came across these large shipping […]

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Make these rustic, farmhouse style DIY Crate Side Tables for your living room or bedroom! They are so easy to make! Tutorial here: http://www.littleglassjar.com/2017/04/25/diy-crate-side-tables/

The sun is shining, my windows are wide open, curtains flowing, birds are chirping, and I am one happy girl that the weather has been absolutely beautiful recently. Beautiful weather for me means I get to work on building and painting my projects from our garage, and it is so therapeutic for me in so many ways. It’s where I love to be. Outside and creating things that add character to our home, and that I get to share with you guys! And today I have some pretty awesome DIY Crate Side Tables I built that I hope you all love!

A lot of changes have been happening in our house, one of which is that we got new living room furniture! I’ll have a whole post on that coming up, but you’ll get to see a sneak peek in this one! Naturally, when you make a huge change like this, you have to tweak a few other things to allow for a good flow in the space. I mean, I’m certainly not complaining because it just means that I had to fix other areas that I wasn’t crazy about, like our side tables. Last summer when we were out junking we came across these large shipping crates that I thought would work perfect as side tables, but I didn’t pull the trigger, and I’ve regretted it ever since. So I made similar ones, and I kind of love them.

 

SUPPLIES NEEDED (For one table, double if you want to make two):

*DISCLAIMER – All wood is not going to be exact when you buy it. I had to make a lot of little cuts here and there along the way to get it all to size. You’ll get the hang of it as you go. I also don’t mind when things are a little off – gives a piece more character when it isn’t perfect

FOR TOP:

  • 3  –  1x6in boards cut to 26 1/2in

FOR SIDES:

  • 2 – 1x6in boards cut to 26 1/2in
  • 4 – 1x10in boards cut to 26 1/2in

FOR FRONT:

  • 1 – 1x6in board cut to 15 1/2in
  • 2 – 1x10in boards cut to 15 1/2in
  • 2 – 1x3in boards cut to 25in
  • 2 – 1x3in boards cut to 12 1/2in

FOR BACK:

  • 1 – 1x6in board cut to 15 1/2in
  • 2 – 1x10in boards cut to 15 1/2in

FOR INSIDE:

  • 4 – 2x2in strips cut to 24in

OTHER:

  • Saw
  • Drill and Drill Bit/ Screwdriver
  • Screws (we used 1 3/4in, 1  1/2in, 1in)
  • Wood Glue
  • Measuring Tape + Pencil
  • Nickels (for spacers)
  • Sander
  • Wood Stain

 

 

DIRECTIONS:

  • I started this project by measuring out and cutting all of the wood with my miter saw to the size I wanted my table. For ours, I made the table a tiny bit taller than the arms of our new couch.
  • Once all of my pieces were cut, I started by building the front and back of the side table. I laid down two of the 24in 2x2in wood strips and attached one 15 1/2in 1×10, followed by one 15 1/2in 1×6, followed by one 15 1/2in 1×10.

 

 

 

  • To attach the boards, I made sure to drill two pilot holes on each side to make it easier for the screw to go in, and to ensure the 2x2in board wouldn’t split. We used 1 3/4in screws for this part. (TIP: we have two power drills, so I kept the screw driver head in one and the drill bit in the other so I wouldn’t have to keep switching them out. It went a lot faster this way, if you have that option.)

 

 

 

  • I used nickels as spacers in between each board to give it more of the shipping crate look I was going for. I didn’t want the boards to be flush against each other.

 

 

 

 

  • Once I built the front and back, I had to attach the sides, one 26 1/2in 1×10, followed by one 26 1/2in 1×6, followed by one 26 1/2in 1×10. Because I was just drilling the screws still into the 2x2in boards, I used some wood glue on the other boards so they would be securely attached as well. DO NOT drill into the 1×6 or 1×10 boards here.

 

 

 

  • Again, you are basically just repeating the steps above, two screws on each side of the boards into the 2x2in’s, use nickels to space, or just line them up with the corresponding boards from the front and back pieces. Once you are finished with one side, flip and repeat on the other side.

 

 

 

 

  • After I successfully built the base of the side table, I just have to attach the top. I again used wood glue on the top 1x10s, but this time we did VERY CAREFULLY drill into these to attach the three 26 1/2in 1x3in boards for the table top. (When I say we, obviously I mean my husband, who is way more careful than I am!)

 

 

 

  • We again drilled pilot holes, but this time used just 1 1/2in screws, two in the middle of each board going into the front and back 1x10in boards, as shown below. I also was sure to attach both top side pieces first so I could evenly space the middle board.

 

 

 

  • To get the shipping crate effect, I used some scrap 1x3in boards I had laying around for the molding on the front. I cut two at 25in that went along the front sides, and two at 12 1/2in that went across the top and bottom. We used 1in screws to attach these, see below picture.

 

 

  • And lastly, I used my sander to sand down each table, then I used some wood stain to stain them. I used Minwax in Provincial, which is just a little lighter than my go-to stain color Dark Walnut. I did this because our floors are dark and I didn’t want the tables to match, or blend in with the floor. Do you like the color?!

 

 

I don’t mind the screws showing, and the scratches in the wood. I always go for the old, worn look so nothing I do is ever perfect. If you did want to hide the screws you could always make sure to drill them a little deeper and cover them with some wood filler. Whatever works for you! This is what works for me, and I love how they fit my space!

 

 

 

 

 

 

These tables took me a Saturday to build. They are super sturdy, and they really work great for our farmhouse styled house. And I think we probably only spent under $60 total in supplies, making each table around $30 to make. I happen to think that is a deal!

I hope you’ll give them a try. Make them your own, paint them, give them a twist!

 And don’t hesitant to ask questions if you get stuck!

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