This project update is long overdue. A few months ago, I received these mailbox numbers to review.
The delay in posting this is due to a few things — the primary thing being that the numbers are applied with an adhesive backing and we’ve had some rainy weeks here in New Orleans. The other reason being– LIFE– it’s just been busy around here, but that’s another story for another day… or year.
I love the details of party planning, but what do you do when you have a tight timeline and little assistance for setup. You follow my 3 steps to planning & executing a party:
One of my favorite ways to spruce up the appearance of our home is to make a custom wreath.
It is also very rewarding to make something for my home with my own two hands.
One of my #FrugalTips in doing so, is to purchase wreath supplies from your local dollar tree.
You can purchase a wire wreath, or use the floral foam and your preferred artificial flowers to make a custom wreath for your door or entryway.
Below are a few photos and some step by step instructions for some of the recent wreath projects I completed.
If you like what you see or have any questions, please let me know in the comments. You can also send me a note at FixItWithFran@gmail.com! Until next time, Go Fix Something! 🙂
Cooking in the Campus Apartments at UNC-Chapel Hill.
As far as I can recall, “Fix-It With Fran” was born in 2008 (The timestamped photo supports that theory).
At some point during my grad school career, my office administrator started calling me “Fix-It Fran.” Every time something happened in the office, particularly with plants, she jokingly said, “It’s time for Fix-It With Fran.”