Oversized spring garden tulip crate flowerbed. Literally.


When my dear blogging friend Carole from Garden Up Green asked me to review her new gardening book coming out, the first words out of my mouth were, “It’s about time!” Carole lives in the country on a hobby farm, and her #1 passion is gardening, so this was long time coming. And if you’ve been […]

Beating the Feb blues with a winter bike ride


Today I really felt the February blues. I’m generally not an unhappy person, but drizzly days can leave you feeling less than inspired. I flicked on the TV, and started munching a few chips, when I realized… yikes. That’s true hibernation right there. Glancing outside, I noted it was attempting to rain. Sigh… I’ve really been […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 366


DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 366 Every Friday, 7 PM through Sunday 11 PM Pacific Happy weekend, friends! Where did the week go?  No idea! But I did manage to get some ‘boring’ cleaning done again. But this round, I’ve adopted a new stance on it so it ISN’T SO boring… I call it One New […]

The epic winter my wish came true


I do love my snow. But after our last snowfall (right when I was attempting to take off for Maui over Christmas), I really thought that was it for us. But I was soooooo wrong. After my return, over the course of 3 days, 80 cm (pretty much 3 feet) hit us. And for BC’s west […]

A new stance on cleaning… one new thing.

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Front entry tour This past week, I’ve been in a bit of a funk about the topic of cleaning. A typical clean spree would have me focusing on one thing, then pushing hard until it’s done. Here comes the issue though… a focus generally takes a whole lot longer than anticipated. Suddenly, your entire space […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 365

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 365

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 365 Every Friday, 7 PM through Sunday 11 PM Pacific It’s the weekend! Yay! And what a week it’s been in our region. We just got over major snow and ice storms, shutting down schools for pretty much a week. Now today, fierce winds, which can be pretty dangerous. But good to dissolve […]

3 ways to use a reclaimed wood salvaged junk heart


I keep wanting to refer to our record breaking current snow weather. When it kinda takes over your life, it’s hard for it not to be on your constant radar. Since Friday, we started getting dumped on. In 3 days, we had over 80 cm, or 31″. For a place that is use to mowing their […]

A quick closet clean up. Or two.


If you’ve been watching my Instagram stories, you’ll know we got a massive dump of snow over the weekend. This is kinda big news for the west coast of BC. We are accustomed to super mild winters, where you can mow your lawn pretty much 12 months out of the year. But not so lately. […]

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 364

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 364 funkyjunkinteriors.net

DIY Salvaged Junk Projects 364 Every Friday, 7 PM through Sunday 11 PM Pacific Happy weekend everyone! This past week wasn’t creative project wise. It became all about running into town for countless appointments, then focusing on taking some new, artsy product shots of the stencils that were LONG overdue. There are so many back end […]

How to sell stuff, and know if it’s right for you.

How to sell stuff and know if it's right for you

Over the last little while, I’ve been photographing my line of stencils, in order to create product shots. It’s been a fun challenge, attempting to marry the stencils with themes of sorts! This was a task I’ve overlooked for a long time. Honestly, I just didn’t even really think about it. Because I didn’t really intend to […]