We’re always doing something at the Crossroads. Click on any of the photos to see our gardening, home improvement, decorating and DIY projects.

Fabric Hearts

Plaster Leaves

Stained Deck

Plant Stand

Cabinet Makeover

Kitchen Wreath

Chair Planter

Burlap Wreath

Burlap and Lace Flowers

Little Red Tool Box

Stencil Project

Fabric Covered Cabinets

Vintage Cardholder

Framed Doily

Fall Wreath-Refreshed!

Painted Pumpkin

From Pots to Stands

Painted Cabinet

Our New Arbor

Painted Table

Our Stone Walkway

Strawberry Topiary

Spring Centerpiece

Stained Glass Redo

The Garden Arbor

Laundry Room Makeover

Raised Beds

Garden Irrigation

Pallet Compost Bin

Summer Wreath/

Painting Frames

Garden Sink

Repurposed Grill/

Burlap Garland

Football Mantel

Decorating Pine Cones


  1. Krystal says

    I enjoyed your blog. Found you on Pinterest. Loved your story and awesome job on the garden, mine looks like a bunch of weeds. Your house is a home (best compliment you could ever get).
    Thank you for sharing.

  2. Marcy says

    I found a picture on the Internet of a ruffled stool cover that referenced your website. Is it possible to send me a tutorial or send me a reference to a pattern? I just loved it and would like to make it for my new home. Any information would be greatly appreciated.


  3. Julie Groves says

    Are there directions for putting the “Topsy Turvy” galvanized buckets together? I saw them on Pinterest and would love to have a set in my yard. I am here in northeastern Nevada and my growing season is short, but I would love to plant some summer flowers in something like that. My husband has lined part of our yard fence with old garden tools (rakes, hoes, shovels, etc.) and wouldn’t that stack of buckets look good with that fence! Thank you, Julie Groves

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