DIY Cheese Board for Dummies

I’ve been craving for cheese ever since having baked brie at a Valentine dinner prepared by The Lazy Chef of Kairos. On our 12th anniversary, we decided to just stay in and I thought making my own cheese board would be a great, easy, and thrifty idea. Here are some tips on how to make an affordable cheese board at home. Continue reading “DIY Cheese Board for Dummies”

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DIY Hanging Art Piece

I haven’t done some DIY for a while now because I’ve been catching up with work and spending the Saturdays catching up with sleep and rest. But, it’s almost Christmas and I always love the holidays and I know family and friends would be visiting our tiny home, so I decided to work on the home projects that have remained pending for so long. One of those home projects is to hang back our art and get a centerpiece “art.” Continue reading “DIY Hanging Art Piece”

Stackable Mugs, Vintage-Inspired Kettle

DSC_6673Since I moved to a tiny apartment, I have started to be conscious as to the things I buy for myself and for the home as I do not have much space to store things and I don’t want to be bothered with too many things to arrange. One of the things I have been on a look-out for were stackable mugs. I’ve found a lot of stackable cups (especially those commonly used by hotels and catering companies), but I wanted mugs that could more than five sips of coffee or chocolate. I also wanted them to be cheap (my blog isn’t called “Thrifting Adventures” for nothing). Continue reading “Stackable Mugs, Vintage-Inspired Kettle”

The Vow Interior

 

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The kitchen at Leo and Paige’s apartment

I love house interiors. I obsess over them at Pinterest and on my free time, I watch home decorating/home makeover videos. I also watch movies during the weekends, and recently, I had a craving for movies starred by Channing Tatum (Magic Mike, Dear John, and The Vow). Magic Mike was fun and Dear John was touching, but The Vow had me with its interior decorations.  Continue reading “The Vow Interior”