2022, affiliate links, farm

Farmhouse Friday Favorites: My favorite farmhouse finds on Amazon.com

I am obsessed with farmhouse style. I love the simplicity and the beauty of it. I recently learned there are a number of beautiful and affordable farmhouse wares on Amazon and most of them are something I want to buy for myself. I decided today to share my favorites with you! I could certainly find… Continue reading Farmhouse Friday Favorites: My favorite farmhouse finds on Amazon.com

2022, farm, garden, rustic DIY

Woodwork Wednesday: pallet raised beds

If you follow the blog or social media for our farm Wild Orchard Organic Farms, then you already know about this project. Where we live, the soil is red clay. This is great for permanently staining your clothes and shoes and making pottery, but it really isn't great for planting and growing. For this reason,… Continue reading Woodwork Wednesday: pallet raised beds

2021, farm, garden, plants, seasonal, yard

New Uses for Old Things: DIY plant pots

Lately, I find myself trying to save money on my gardening supplies. If you aren’t careful, you can spend a lot on seed cells and plant pots. Why not try to use some of what you already have on hand? I must have about a hundred of these. And yogurt cups! I decided to peel… Continue reading New Uses for Old Things: DIY plant pots

2021, farm, garden, green, plants, seasonal, yard

DIY Raised Beds

About four years ago, my grandpa and I built some farmhouse shutters. You may remember them from this post. I no longer have the window in my kitchen where these were used, and I don’t have anywhere else I’d like to use them. You know lumber is crazy expensive now and I’ve been itching for… Continue reading DIY Raised Beds

2021, DIY, farm, for less, pets, project planning, projects, repurpose, Woodwork

Scrap wood Challenge: a plan-less chicken coop or rabbit hutch

I never like to build anything without a plan- it’s so difficult and something always turns out wrong. BUT- is it really a scrap wood challenge if you use a plan? It’s still challenging, but building on the fly is a whole ‘nother level of challenging. It’s aggravating. I knew from looking at a neighbor’s… Continue reading Scrap wood Challenge: a plan-less chicken coop or rabbit hutch