Do you have a favourite recipe? Frame it!

Do you have that recipe that you just love and keep going back to?  Why not frame and feature it in your kitchen?  It’s practical as it’s right in front of you whenever you decide to use it. I used Adobe Illustrator for this but even if you only have access to Word, it’s something…

Granite v Quartz

The debate between Granite vs Quartz has been on-going for years and depending on who you talk to, one is always better than the other. But it’s not as simple as that. As always, it’s totally up to you and your needs/wants for the overall look and feel of your kitchen. So here are the facts: Granite…

Making Your Own Coasters

I bought a really nice set of coasters for my coffee table a few months back.  They were all different but had a similar style. They were not inexpensive, and I couldn’t help but think about whether I could use my “craftiness” to come up with something similar. I picked up a few wooden pieces…

Feeling Fall

With the kids recently heading back to school and seeing leaves turn from green to yellow, it’s starting to feel a lot like fall. As much as I love the other seasons, there is something cozy and comforting about fall that makes me think of turning over a new leaf. I love the idea of…

Old Laundry at the Three Valley Gap Heritage Ghost Town

Located in Revelstoke BC, the Chateau was built in the 1960s by Gordon Bell, an engineer from Saskatchewan. His passion for safeguarding Western Canada’s heritage allowed him to purchase and preserve historic buildings throughout his life until it ended in the early 2000s. The buildings were taken apart, moved and re-built piece by piece with…