Thursday, January 11, 2018

Check out my Closet!!

I have been selling on Poshmark for a while now. Check out my Jen's Posh Shop for some great items at low prices. I love to give deals on bundles. So bundle up your likes and I will give you a discount.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Finally back at it ....

Have been without internet since July. Now , finally got high speed internet out here and can write again and have filled up my Posh store with some items. Going to add more soon.

Check out my store and follow me!

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

A Party Dress

I have started selling items on ebay and this dress is a hard one to sell!
I really want to keep it.
But, I put it up for sale and someone else is going to look awesome!!
This is NEW

Friday, December 23, 2016


It will be soon 2017!! A new year and we promise to have more post coming to this blog. We have been very busy and sorry that we slacked off on this blog.

Friday, August 19, 2016

Frugal Decor Tip - Recover Upcycle A Table

My card table gets used a lot and had some tears in it. So as I was redoing my kitchen drawers and shelves with contact paper the idea came to me to recover the table! Easy and was only $2.00! Frugal upcycle of a card table that I was thinking of throwing out! The 2nd piece took longer to put on because I had to match the flowers up. But, I think I did it pretty good!

Friday, August 5, 2016

Smart Renovations that Transform Homes

Create a personal space that fits your personality by investing in key upgrades. There are several changes you can make to the home that will personalize the space, ensure that it suits your needs, and possibly even boost the property value. If you’re ready to make an investment in your home, then consider these smart changes.

Custom Closets
Storage space is more important now than ever before, and savvy buyers are looking for closet space. If you have an older home with cramped closets, then it’s time for a change. Even if the closets are tiny, you can still turn them into sharp storage space with custom inserts that make better use of the cubic feet. You’ll love the look, and you’ll open more space throughout the home by getting things into storage where they belong.

Clever Kitchen Accessories
If you love to bake, then you might like a pop-up shelf that can take your stand mixer from counter-height back to a handy storage area. Kitchen islands with built-in wine racks are also popular, or you may want a built-in desk where you can sit down to do the bills. Open shelves and glass front cabinets are also in demand, and you can use these spaces to showcase your favorite things.

The Attic Bedroom
If you have an attic with plenty of overhead space, then consider turning it into a living area. Attic renovations are great because they expand the living space without expanding the footprint of the house. Use the attic as your personal office, home theater, or even a soothing library.

Bring in the Light
If you have a room that feels dark, then consider enlarging the windows to bring in more light. French doors that open up to the patio will make the room feel larger while boosting the value of your home. When the space feels brighter and more welcoming, you’ll find that it’s more enjoyable to spend some time there in the evenings.

Any of these improvements can make your home more functional and enjoyable, and a professional team can assist you with the entire process. Get details now so that you can learn more about your options and make a fully informed decision regarding your next renovation.

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Fun DIY Skirt!

I'll begin by saying that I suck at sewing. I don't do it often and when I do, I generally do a rushed job of hand sewing. Sewing machines are just.. complicated. Too complicated for me anyway. Recently, however, my mom decided to begin teaching me how to use one of those complicated machines. I didn't do any of the sewing this time around, but I did watch as she showed me what to do, told me about the different parts of the machine, and about different stitch patterns. She said that making a skirt is an easy way to begin learning to sew so that's what we did with the shirt featured above. She simply cut the top off of the shirt, hemmed the top edge of what would eventually be the skirt on the right, leaving an opening, and then worked elastic all the way through! It's cute and comfy! And, it was relatively easy to make! And no worries about hemming the bottom edge because it was already hemmed for us! :p

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