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For some, throwing a party is easier than iPhone navigation. They point their finger and a party materializes, scrapbooked nametags and all. For others, just the thought of a party sends their blood pressure through the ceiling. It doesn’t have to be that way though, says Phoenix designer Cheryl Najafi.
Many DIY projects go off the rails because the person doing the project dives right into doing without planning. No matter what kind of DIY project you take on, whether it is a craft or a total bathroom redo, there are six essential steps to ensuring it stays on track:
There’s no denying that girls love anything that shimmers, sparkles or glistens. For a pair of Valley gals though, the real fun is finding diamonds in the rough and making them shine.
Grilling season is upon us. Stores are bursting at the seams with gadgets you can purchase to use with your grill. I am definitely a gadget girl and have purchased more than my share of grilling gadgets. There are quite a few that I just cannot live without.
There are three things to look forward to when spring hits the Valley: baseball, weather and wildflowers.
If you hadn’t noticed, mid-century design is modern again.
Urban Farm founder Greg Peterson teaches the three elements of successful green living and gardening in the Southwest. Peterson is a long-time Arizona gardener, a writer for “Edible Phoenix” and a local urban farming expert.
DETAILS >> 7 p.m. Wednesday. Changing Hands Bookstore, 6428 S. McClintock Drive, Tempe. Free. (480) 730-0205 or www.changinghands.com.
If you can look at a dented, chipped, dusty piece of furniture that’s been in someone’s garage for years and see potential and beauty, then Debbie Nelson is impressed.
Stacks of books turned into tables? Volumes made into shelves? Pages turned into sculpture?
It comes as no surprise that a great many of the resolutions being considered, committed to and, in some cases, just as quickly forgotten, this time of year are health related.