Add some color to your day with these funfetti strawberry pancakes!
2 tbsp granulated sugar
1 ½ tsp baking powder
¼ tsp kosher salt
1 cup of whole milk
½ tsp vanilla extract
2 tbsp butter, melted
5-6 medium-sized strawberries, sliced
sprinkles of your choice
There are so many places where you can store your shoes. If you have the room to create shelves then you can put them in your master bedroom or closet. You can also use a vanity shelf to store them neatly and even those smaller shelves that hang on the walls are perfect for keeping shoes off the floor. Use your imagination when creating your shoe storage space.
Via – Brabournefarm
Organize by Style
If you tend to wear different types of shoes, flats, pumps, boots, etc., then you can organize your shoes by style. This way, you can go straight to the style that you want for the day without having to look through tons of tennis shoes when you are heading out to the office. You can even take it a step further if you have a lot of shoes and organize them by style and then by color.
Via – Marcusdesigninc
Use a Bookshelf
Bookshelves are great for organizing just about anything and you can use them to keep your shoe collection tidy as well. If you have room to build in the bookshelf in the closet, great. If not, you can just keep your shoes organized on the shelf in your bedroom or master bath – just wherever you have the room for it. Consider building it into the bedroom wall to save space and have the perfect place to keep shoes and other accessories organized.
Via – Pinterest originals
Tailor Shoe Storage
Getting the perfect shoe storage depends on the types of shoes that you wear. If you have several pairs of boots then you want shelving that is going to be taller on bottom to accommodate those boots. If you wear a lot of flip-flops then you can have several smaller shelves for holding those and other sizes for the other types that you wear. Keep your shoe collection in mind when choosing the organization method.
Via – Ariannabelle
Fabulous!! Great game tables.
I absolutely think this came out awesome.
Easy and cheap idea from ‘Elle Interior‘… Paint a reclaimed pallet any color, add hooks, hang on the wall. Make sure your pallet does not have chemicals in the wood…
From ‘A Beautiful Mess’… Does this DIY mudroom get any easier? What a simple concept, yet really clever. Two boards, some hooks and some wood boxes. You can even get wood boxes at Home Depot these days. Paint or stain the color of your choice…
Melissa from ’320 Sycamore’ made this DIY entryway solution herself, and inexpensively! Easy tutorial with photos, and I love the buckets for each child below!
This simple solution surprised the heck out of us!
Free plans from ana-white.com
We found a creative paper yarn lamp at Instructables and decided to try to make a similar one using a rope instead of paper yarn. This was a very fun project and very easy to make. If you want to make your own, then follow the instructions in the gallery below.
Paper yarn lamp from Instructables
You will need:
2 litre soda bottle, rope, pendant light arrangement with coloured cable, LED bulb and a hot glue gun.
Click on the images below for instructions
Remove the label of the bottle, cut the bottle in half with sharp scissors or knife. Wrap the rope at the neck of the bottle and glue it together with the glue from the hot glue gun.
Start wrapping the rope carefully around the bottle and make sure that the glue does not stick to the bottle. You just have to put the glue on the rope, but not onto the bottle.
Press the bottle below the wrap to release the rope lamp from the bottle.
Now you can put the pendant light arrangement with coloured cable and hang it up to the ceiling. Be sure to use led bulb because the hot glue will melt at high temperature.