The walk from the garage to the house entry was a little blah. It was already painted a nice neutral color by the previous home owners, so I didn't think I needed a new color just something welcoming to put on the wall. I chose a vinyl wall art. I had previously done them in an apartment bathroom and for the most part they are very easy to put up and come done easily too. Not ruining the wall or paint. I once again went to etsy to look for one that would do the deed. I found TeezNStyle's shop. She was great to work with. Fast delivery and the product worked great. Literally in 10 minutes, if that, it was up and I was snapping a picture of the final product.
It was been up now for several months and there has been no peeling or warping. The area it is get super cold (today outside temps 0F without the wind) and pretty sticky in the humid summers. I couldn't be more happy and would definitely recommend TeezNStyle's shop.
This winter has been bitterly cold in MN. Temps dropping way below zero with the wind chill. With this being our first winter in our new home I've discovered the front door can be a little drafty. To solve this problem I went of course to and low and behold I found a Door Draft Stopper that not only is ascetically pleasing but works really well.
Isn't she cute! I didn't want something that would be too Christmasy since winter can last till April up here! I filled her with rice and put her right to work. It has made a huge difference.
The creator and seller is Ogsplosh. She was a pleasure buying from. Delivered super quick and the packaging was adorable. Her shop can be found here The fabrics she uses are great quality, very thick and a huge plus washable.
I am seriously considering getting more for Christmas gifts for next year. ;)


Hi All! (I hope at least one person is reading this) It has been forever since I have maintained a blog but I'm getting back into the swing of things. I'm hoping this blog will be a place where I can memorialize adventures, test out recipes, give reviews on products and share the highs and lows of a young married professional living in Minnesota. WELCOME! `Victoria