I have gotten some questions on how easy wall letter board was to make. Let me tell ya it is super easy! I wanted to do this cheaply and knew I had some lath boards left over from a previous project. I figured out my quote I wanted to do with my letters. Size ofContinue reading “Making a diy wall letter board”
As you know I love vintage items for my planters plus I change so much that it is a way cheaper way for me to go. Most of my planters came from yard sales and none over $3. Yes I’m cheap! I got some lavender!! They are going in some planters on the deck andContinue reading “Adding flowers to our Farmhouse porch”
http://Instagram.com/junk_gems More lilacs! I can’t help myself lilacs are everywhere in this house. And I am blessed because one of the the previous owners had planted 6 different varieties that bloom after each other.
When we first bought this house this porch was in bad condition. A huge tree was overhanging it. We needed to get the basics done our first year (which was last year) so I took some time this winter to think about a railing. My hubby came up with the idea of putting a planterContinue reading “DIY planter box”
Today I am sharing with you five items I have repurposed into flower containers to help decorate my beds. First is old galvanized pails. I love using these. I just drilled holes in the bottom for drainage and they are ready for your soil and flowers.Can you tell which is the real chicken. That girlContinue reading “Repurposing”
Here at Curly Willow Acres (aka our little acres here)
Hi there, I’m so happy you have stopped by. This is my very first post. This is me and my side kick Cloie. If you follow me on Instagram you know she is in almost every pic. My style is farmhouse/cottage style with some fleamarket style thrown in. I rarely buy new my passionContinue reading “Hi, I’m Corine”
You guys I’m so excited my little baby plants are growing so well! Have you started your seeds yet? Either inside or in the garden for all my southern friends?
I love gardening at Curly Willow Acres, this home has so much natural light. At our other homes I was never successful at getting the plants to grow. I could get the seeds to sprout but then to my dismay that was it. Here I’m showing my cheap, err budget friendly way of creating aContinue reading “Starting my seeds for the garden”