Color Blocked Spring Flowers | littleredwindow.com
I may have mentioned, I caught more than one cold this winter and I had a little more down time than usual. And what’s better when you don’t feel well than a cup of tea, some knitting and a movie? In my opinion, not much! And while O is still at an age where he actually likes the things I… View Post
Make your own beautiful Lace Doily Easter Eggs! | littleredwindow.com
Hello! It’s been a while since I posted a recipe! I’m sorry about that, I haven’t been cooking much. But I’m back! So anyway, Marinated Tofu Lettuce Wraps! If the word tofu makes you nervous, bear with me, this is a good starter recipe. Really, I swear! Anyway, before I get to the recipe I want to tell you where… View Post
Make your own sentimental Painted Burlap House Number Art!
Say goodbye to a loooong winter with a sweet hand painted Spring / Easter Garland!
A great collection of Spring Craft Projects curated by Little Red Window! I don’t know about where you live but here in Chicago it’s starting to feel like an endless winter Game of Thrones style. The snow melts, it’s warm for part of one day and then the next day we need parkas again. And everywhere you look is just… View Post
A couple of weeks ago, after getting sick for the umpteenth time this horrible winter, my parents sent me flowers. They were pretty and I enjoyed them despite the fact that, because I had a sinus infection I literally could not smell a thing for an entire week. So I never got to smell the flowers. But Aa assured me… View Post
So today I’m participating in something awesome. I teamed up with some other great bloggers and we’re all showing you what it’s like behind the scenes. Where do we work? How do we take photos? How do we get it all done? And the cool part is everyone fits blogging into their life (literally and metaphorically) differently. I, for one,… View Post
I’ve never been the biggest St. Patrick’s Day celebrator. No particular reason really. I guess just that green isn’t my favorite color and usually, by March, after Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Year’s and Valentine’s Day, I’m kind of holiday-ed out. Do you know what I mean? Although I do have very fond memories of green milk and leprechauns from… View Post
When I decided to go to grad school for architecture, somewhere in the back of my mind, even though I knew it was silly, I think that I thought I would be spending a lot of time building cute little doll house models with furnishings and wallpaper. I would sit at a clean and sunny desk, sanding tiny chairs and… View Post
So a couple months ago, on a total whim, I bought a cheap laminating machine on Amazon. It was a childhood dream fulfilled and the minute I plugged it in and smelled that (probably toxic) smell of melting plastic I was transported straight back to elementary school. It’s way more exciting than it should be to see paper come out… View Post