I've been blogging my projects since August 2011 and the post that has gotten the most positive response, hands down, is my wine rack turned towel holder. I found it at a thrift store for just $7. It looks beautiful in our bathroom and is very functional. The husband no longer needs to yell across the house because he forgot to grab a towel before jumping in the shower.
So let me ask you this:
Other than a towel, what is something you do NOT want to be left without in the bathroom?
I know, this is super easy. Lets all say it together...Toilet Paper!
Which brings me to my recent thrift store treasure (I paid $2.75) . . .
It couldn't go any better with my wine rack turned towel holder. I'm not sure what this was originally created for...jewelry holder maybe? Doesn't matter. I have now dubbed it, The Toilet Paper Tree. Not very creative, but come on... it's toilet paper.
I love the little shelf inside this old crate.
Mason jars are perfect for cotton balls, cue-tips, and soap.
If you're wondering where the towel rack went, I simply moved it to the wall across from The Toilet Paper Tree. This bathroom just got a bit more functional!
I was browsing Pinterest the other day and came across this adorable Chore List. I love lists and this one actually motivates me to do a load of laundry and clean the bathroom sink! It's from the blog My 3 Monsters. You can print this list or a blank one to create your own list. Cute!
Boise has finally been blessed with some beautiful snow! I had plans to get some crafting done but a movie, hot chocolate, and puppy snuggling is sounding muuuucchhh better.
For you know that it was not with perishable things such as silver or gold that you were redeemed from the empty way of life handed down to you from your forefathers, but with the precious blood of Christ, a lamb without blemish or defect.—1 Peter 1:18-19 (NIV)