Do you know that feeling of complete relaxation…that point that you just don’t want to move or else it will go away? That my friends is how I feel about sinking into my latest treat-to-
self family. ahem. Last week I showed you how I’ve been updating our patio decor. This week, take a look at the new beauty that has arrived to my outdoor decor. You don’t know backyard bliss until you have rested in a tufted hammock. Yes, not just any old hammock…a tufted hammock – a veritable mattress on ropes!. I must be dreaming…swoon.
*post is sponsored by DFO Home. (see full disclosure)
You see, our other hammock was feasted upon by mice in our shed. It wouldn’t hold a the weight of a flea. It had been my oldest daughter’s gift and I felt so bad. My kids loved on this thing like none other and it added such fun to our backyard. I decided to surprise them. tee hee hee.
In my opinion, our home doesn’t just exist within four walls, but rather also includes the environment we create around the outside of our home.
Today, I want to show you how to easily add to our outdoor decor to make an inviting space with a bit of effort. I thought that this sweet little table would be the perfect fit. You’ll get to see what my furniture friends have created for you soon.
I’ve mentioned before that whenever we receive a piece of furniture for free, I pass it along to one of my kids. They each take turns and can’t wait to see what arrives next. My youngest son, Mr. O., was the recipient of this plant stand-type table from my mother.
It had seen better days and would fall apart if you picked it up wrong, but it had some potential. See the rust? I love me some rust.
Time for Mr. O to take the lead and get this project started.
This isn’t his first furniture makeover, as he did a clock face table before from a table he found in the trash. That’s what I call trashure.
I only had to guide him here and there with using my drill and bits.
We cut new slats from some scrap wood out of my stash using my table saw and miter saw. Once done it was only a matter of assembly and finish work.
He did a dry fit to make sure all was good and sanded smooth with my orbital sander.
We decided to go darker on the color of the wood and used my favorite stain that we’ve also used in several other projects. It’s called Early American by RustOleum. By the way, he had a ventilator on, but I forgot to take a picture of him staining, so we staged this one for a quick fix and forgot the mask. oop!
For a French twist, we added this DecoArt Cafe Paris stencil on top.
To seal it all up, we sprayed with this polyurethane for protection.
Now, doesn’t it look perfect beside our newest addition? Adding little things like this to your outdoor decor doesn’t have to break the bank.
After all the hard work, I needed to take a break. aaahhh… I’m telling you this tufted hammock found at DFOHome is bliss on earth. We were so happy with our outdoor curtains on our patio makeover, that I knew that would have just the thing I was looking for since they have oodles of styles and choices.
Hahaha…while trying to snap this picture, my toddler kept wanting to join me. Who can resist, right? Undeniably, the hammock is perfect for snuggling.
All of my 6 kids vie for hammock time (even though it easily holds two). But, the one who deserves it most today was Mr. O. He worked hard and deserves a break.
In addition, I even served him some lemonade. Summertime is passing by so quickly.
To make your outdoor decor more fun, I am able to give one of these hammock swings to you as your very own.
Want to win? (giveaway is closed) First, head here to pick your swing chair. Next, leave me a comment on how you want to make your outdoor decor more inviting (and do tell my little guy he rocked the table project too). Winner will be chosen via random.org and announced on Tuesday the 26th and is open to U.S. Residents only. Another bonus is you can receive 10% OFF your entire purchase by using the coupon code: PRODIGAL
Oh, and before I forget, we also decided to make a fun sign with the salvaged wood top. Isn’t it trés chic? It is available in my shop. (SOLD)
I hope our latest additions have encouraged you to add little touches here and there to make the outside of your home an inviting space. Head to the thrift store and make an unwanted object a focal point by giving it new life. Do pin and share these ideas too! ♥
In addition, for more inspiration, next I’ll be sharing how you add even more to your decor. Head here to get The DIY details.
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Mary-the boondocks blog says
Aww, my heart just melted with that hammock and its occupants. May you enjoy the snuggling w ith your wee one. And Mr. O. certainly deserves extra time on the hammock. He is more skilled at s such a young age then I’ll ever be. Enjoy your staycation. Your backyard is gorgeous!
These are the best days, Mary. Really. I love my kids and only wish I had more time with them as we are so busy. Thank you for the love!
Your little guy did such a good job on his table makeover. I love that you are teaching your kids how to use their hands at such a young age. Pretty soon you guys will need a bigger workshop because your kids are going to take it over. Enjoy snuggling those babies in your hammock all summer.
I need the single cushion crestwood swing at the lake!
He even impressed me, Paula. 🙂 You are right about space. We need more! The swing will be perfect at your new home.
JILL Nelson says
This has been my summer for trying to come up with somethings to spice up the outside…not flowers – I want decor! A hammock…my dream! I applaud your little guy! I love the memories I have of working with my 3 kiddos when they were little!
Good for you! Yes, we can’t say enough how our work has paid off and how much more we love our backyard.
Alison S says
Great job on the makeover! I would love to create some more shade in our backyard to enjoy in these hot summer months!
We have wonderful trees and love the shade, so I hear you on that, Alison. Thanks for the love!
I LOVE how you involve your children – Mr. O did an amazing job and looks very confident with those power tools. You are building awesome human beings 🙂
He really worked hard and his project turned out wonderful. I love working with my kids! Thank you, Sue.
I have a similar table. I am inspired to do your restore. A great job on it! I am a big fan of swings and will be happy with any of them. It is so great you are teaching your kids to enjoy and stretch
Their imagination. Great job guy.
Ooh…go for it, Vangie! It is food for my soul to see them learn and grow. 🙂
Ellen Braunberger says
Your little Mr.O has a giant talent! A chair swing would be a great addition to my outside room, my favorite summer place!
That little guy has so much energy and creativity that he’s always begging for a project. So fun! Thank you, Ellen.
Doreen @ Altered Artworks says
Mr. O is a master at his craft. What a great makeover he did to that table. It’s wonderful to see kids enjoy their parents hobbies, too! The citrus stripes hammock chair would look perfect on our front porch. Thanks so much!
I wouldn’t have it any other way and it thrills me that the love to do what I do. Thank you!
I like the berry stripe swing. The pops of color would add a fresh brightness that my outdoor space could use. I need to spruce up and make outdoor space more inviting.
Nothing says “relax” to me like a hammock. I would love to have one in my yard.
Kudos to Mr O on his refurb. I can’t get over his skill at such a young age!
Amen to that, Kimberly! He did GOOD. 😀
Niki Mitchell says
I not only love seeing the ending product, but I enjoy watching the progression of the project. Your son did an amazing job and has quite the future ahead of him in re-purposing well loved items. Thank you for thinking of your readers with this wonderful give away. While looking at the chairs I fell in love with the Berry Stripe. Apple green is my new favorite color and I am slowly infusing this color palette into my outdoor space. I live in the country and my outdoor space is just as important as my indoor space. This year I am adding vintage charm to my garden by using antique wheelbarrows, watering cans, and planters. I have also planted many Black Eyed Susan plants, which are my daughter’s favorite, in one of our fields to enjoy this flower next summer. Have a blessed late summer.
Your backyard sounds amazing! I love that your adding old to make it new. Hope you win!
Ellen Anderson says
LOVE that you children work and learn so close to you. Makes all the difference in the world. Mr. O, I think your table is the coolest and would love to have it in my yard! Especially love those rusty corners.
It is my blessing to have them in my life 24/7. Thank you, Ellen! psst…he wants to sell the table to earn money, so it may end up in my shop if he truly wants to let it go. 😉
Your son did a great job with this project! Impressive that at 6, he is already ahead of many people in terms of power tools, upcycling, and creativity!
My backyard is a work in progress. I would like to add an arbor, overhead lights, and more pops of color. Projects that run the gamut in terms of pricing and affordability!
I like the Brazilian Underwater chair. It coordinates nicely with the table umbrella I recently found at a local thrift shop before summer began.
Jennifer in Baton Rouge
Thank you, Jennifer! He certainly rocks the tools! It wonderful to have a plan and see it come to fruition. I wish you the best!
I would love the Rhodes Quartz swing. I’d be awesome for the Grand kids.
Mr. O you rocked that table. You should be proud of your job. Wish more parents would take the time with their kids to teach projects like this and kids off the electronics.
It truly is time well-spent. Thank you and hope you win!
Mr. O did an AWESOME job on the table! Tell him it is now one of my favorite projects!
The Zinnia Stripe swing chair is lovely; I would not be sharing very much I’m afraid!
Thank you for the opportunity!
Mr. O did great! Love how the table turned out and it’s perfect next to your hammock.
I love the Buena Vista Indigo chair. I’d love to take the old porch roof off and add a spacious pergola styled one. Then I want to add either gravel or bricks around the fire pit area and place comfy chairs around to enjoy the cool Autumn and Winter nights. For spring and summer, add container plants and a fan. Lots of dreams for the outside to consider for when we are finally permantly at the farm!
Thanks, Cecilia! Sounds like you are a woman after my own heart. I have so many ideas, but so little time.
Karin Chudy (ART IS BEAUTY) says
What a cutie patootie helper you had! Its just icing on the cake that the table turned out as cute as him!
Have fun in your hammock. I love mine and hate moving out of it too!
Thank you, Karin, and yes…to cozy to move.
You are such an amazing Mom! Your kids will go out into the world someday with such useful skills, not to mention confidence in their own abilities. Mr. O. did a fabulous job (again) he is so focused in his pics! I have to tell you I really, really loved his last project, the clock table. By the time I convinced myself I really couldn’t live without it, it SOLD. I was sad for me but happy for him! “He who hesitates…” I know you are proud.
P.S. I LOVE the Rhodes Quartz chair.
Thank you so much for making this mom’s day. I truly am blessed by them and their love. We’ll have to do another table just for you! 😀
I could certainly use Mr. O’s help with some of my projects. 🙂
I would love to have the Rhodes Quartz swing for outdoor book reading.
Imagine what I’ll do when they’ve flown the nest. 🙁 They better bring back grandkids! 😀
Karen Sweitzer says
Love the fact that your son is still interested in helping with your trade. He did a super job on this table. . I believe he has inspired me!! I so much, need to work in my yard this weekend. At the present time, it isn’t inviting at all. I would love to win one of the hammock chairs. . .it would be a great addition to my blah area!!
Keep up the good work. . I love to follow all of your up-cycles!! and. . great job, Buddy!!
Wonderful, Karen! He will love to hear that. 🙂 The chair would be a sweet addition to your yard. Fingers crossed!!
Marie, The Interior Frugalista says
Oh my gosh Larissa, the look in your adorable daughter’s eyes is pure love for her Mama – such a great picture! Mr. O did a fine job on his outdoor table makeover – hands in the air for his tool savvy skills!!! I’m crying over here in Canada because I can’t enter to win one of those amazing hammocks. I think if one of those was in our backyard I wouldn’t leave until the snow flies. I hope once the kids are in bed, Mama & Papa get some time relaxing and star gazing in the hammock for two.
sigh…that’s exactly why I always talk about a pause button or more time. I can’t get enough! I was so amazed how he stepped right in and took it on. Thanks! As for the hammock chair, I totally wish I could send you one! You deserve it, Marie.
Way to go Mr. O! I love that your family is so involved together. We need more of that in our world!
That Swing would just look lovely in our new back yard!
Thank you Larissa for all you do and for sharing your Love for our Lord!
Thank you for the encouragment, Freidia! We do have fun.
Love the little table your cute son did! What a great mom to let you children “build and grow.”
I love the hammock pictured, looks like a heavenly place to relax! I would love the Zinnia hammock chair to hang in my big tree in the backyard. Love your blog!
That’s music to my ears, Terri. I have a hard time sometimes letting them take over. But how fulfilling it is.
Carol S says
So awesome to see your son do such a great job on the table project. And, that he wants to do it is even greater! Tell to keep up the good work. The hammock is so awesome. I have one that just came out of my shed and it fortunately is still in good shape, but definitely needs a cushy layer for extra comfort. I love the swing chair – the zinnia stripe speaks to me. 🙂 Thanks for all that you do and share with us!
I agree! Thank you. 🙂 Happy to hear your hammock was spared from the mice! Enjoy while you can.
He did such a great job! He most definitely earned some hammock time and fresh lemonade! We are on the process of remodeling the interior of the house but as soon as it’s done my husband will be adding on a stone patio and I can’t wait! We don’t have an outdoor dining space and it’s killing me!
I completely understand, Ainsley. We have added about 300 sq ft. of living space by adding our patio and we LOVE IT!! I hope you get yours soon too. Mine took 13 years and still isn’t done. ha!
Your little Mr. O is more talented than a lot of adults I know. What a great job on the table! It is so darn cute and perfect in that space. I was absolutely drooling over the hammock. We have an old one that has seen it’s better day. That thing would be it’s perfect replacement! Love the swing chair. That would be so amazing hung from the bough of a tree. Heaven! I would love to build a pergola over our cement patio for some shade in the late afternoons. I would also like to stain the cement. I had a patio rug but it was not practical where I live. I think the stain would make the area more inviting. There would be so much more I would love to do but having a husband that drags his feet on every project I do or want to do is hard. I get motivated but not him! Oh well, someday!
He worked hard and I applaud his tenacity. So fun and thank you! Yes, that hammock is a dream spot and quite contended for (if you know what I mean) Sounds like your husband is the brother to mine. 😀
I am in awe of your talented son! He has more talent than I could dream to have! Maybe I should ask him for pointers? lol. I would LOVE to have one of the hammock swings, the difficult part would be deciding which one. We’re building a lake house that we’re planning to retire to, that has a gorgeous view of the lake. the only way to improve a hammock is by sitting in it, looking at a beautiful view! Oh yeah, and maybe a big glass of lemonade or sweet tea to sip! Thanks for sharing your kids with us! I love your site.
Totally! hahaha… The swing would be perfect at a lake house, especially with a lemonade in hand. 🙂 Thank you for the love!
You are such a creative repurposer, I’m wondering if you’ve thought of something you could use the old hammock material for?
I also would like to know how you removed the rusty corner decorations, especially if it was put on with small nails?
You know, Carolyn, my daughter and I have something in the works. We’ll see! I just removed the corners with my putty knife and replaced them onto the new top.
Did you do anything to remove the rust or just leave it on? It’s a little difficult to tell in the picture.
Remove rust? no, no, no. 😀 Just kidding. I embrace rust, but if I did want to remove it I would use CLR. 😉
You have such an amazing outdoor space Larissa. I would want to relax and enjoy it as much as I could! Love all your little helpers too! 😉
It all is truly a blessing. Thank you, Lindsay!
Mr. O did an amazing job! The little guy has talent. Love the hammock! It would look great under a tree in my yard.
Woot! Thank you, Melva! That hammock would be great anywhere…sigh…
Teresa Alexander says
What a fabulously fun way to build an important skill set for your littles! Thank you for sharing ! Go Mr. O! Keep up the great work! I’d love to continue to see what makeovers you do!
I would so enjoy having the swing chair- so very relaxing! It would be wonderful on my back patio next to my pretty plants!
Thank you for the opportunity to comment!
I love your vibe, Teresa! You made me smile – thank you!
I like the Sari Zinnia swing chair. We have a large front porch and I would love to get a porch swing and some rockers for more seating out there!
That would be wonderful on your front porch. 🙂
Christy@ Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer says
A great rescue of this little table and I know Mr. O had to be so proud of himself! My favorite is your littlest snuggling with you on the hammock…how I miss those days!! XO
He was beaming, Christy! (just as I’m sure Jack does too.) I am trying to savor every snuggle…time goes too fast.
Larissa your yard is just beautiful. You tell Mr O that he did an awesome job on that little table (better than I could have done), it turned out beautiful.
I can’t tell you how wonderful that hammock looks and the pictures are so sweet, cuddle with them every chance you get, but I don’t need to tell you that.
You are doing an incredible job raising your children, I have told you that before, but so many times mom just don’t hear that enough. I truly believe you could give parenting classes, in your spare time that is haha.
Thank you, Patty. We have worked hard to make our house a home and it feels so good to be able to sit back and see it all coming together. I am seriously trying to savor every bit and would love more time with them as they are. You are a blessing!
Shana Frye says
I have no trees but that sure would be pretty hanging from a pergola.. And my 9 year old is still young enough that he likes to snuggle with me. With it hanging my Boston Terror aka Terrier would never reach it to chew! Win! Win!
How wonderfully sweet a snuggle is! Enjoy those times, and I hope you win. 😀
I would pick the Rhodes Quartz chair. I would love to cover a portion of our deck for extra shade! Your little guy did a fabulous job on that table. Learning life lessons! Love this post!
Good choice! They’re all so fun. Thank you for the love too, Regina.
Kim Jones - Hunt and Host says
Hi, Larissa, I enjoyed your whole project!!! Your son is just adorable and did a great job on this little table! He should be proud. Love the swing !!!!
He is and I’m one proud mama. Thank you, Kim!
Kristina Austin says
I absolutely love to see children working with and learning with their parents. I remember spending hours just watching and helping my dad with projects. My mother would roll her eyes an tell him I should be more feminine and he would say “There is nothing more feminine than a tough woman!” I’ve learned so much from him. We have just bought a new home that needs all sorts of renovations and I’m proud to say I can do as much if not more than my husband! One of those chairs would be great on new deck!
There is nothing better on earth than sharing what you love with those you love. The icing on the cake is when they love it too! You had an awesome dad that totally nailed it. 😀 Enjoy!
Carol Prygo says
Mr. O did a fabulous job on the table. I would love to borrow him to do some makeovers on some of my stuff!!! Larissa, I love how you are teaching all of your children to be so self-sufficient and passing along your crafting skills. My husband and I do craft shows for a living and I demonstrate my craft. So many children are interested in watching what I do, and yet the parents pull them away, keeping them from learning. I just don’t get it.
hahaha…I’ll send him right over! 😀 I want them to not rely on others for everything, but have the confidence to at least try. Thank you! It is a real struggle, Carol. Technology is winning.
Paige Mull says
Hey Larissa! I enjoy your work and the fact that you get your kids involved in their own projects. What a valuable skill to teach them! I love Mr. O’s table. You and your clan are so talented. I’ve been working on my backyard area. We have put in a fire pit and new plants. Next we are putting in some lattice for some privacy. The Rhodes Quartz chair would just be over the top! Thanks for sharing all your good DIY’s!
Thank you, Paige. He is so fun to work with, as all my kids are, and sharing what I do makes it even better! Sounds like you have a wonderful space for a chair. Fingers crossed!
Lucy @ Patina Paradise says
Your backyard looks like a peaceful haven and that hammock looks so inviting. Your little helper did an amazing job on that table. I should have trained my munchkin at a younger age! ;o) Happy to see you and your family enjoying quality time together.
Thanks so much, Lucy. He really took this project on himself with a little guidance from me. They are all such a blessing!
Nancy F says
Your son did a fantastic job on the table so you can do the finish touch to it
Thank you, Nancy!
Holy smokes, your cute guy rocked the table! I was reading and looking at the photos thinking “Whaaaaat? He is ah-MAZ-ing!!! Seriously! 🙂 Love your hammock and photos. Thanks for sharing some wonderful tips and over the top adorable family photos!! :)))) Happy Summer!!
[email protected] says
Love the little guys makeover! Darling and a little mini you to boot!! I love DFO Home and their products! I’d definitely pick the Zinnia Stripe chair and frame for our back yard:)
We had a blast doing this and can’t wait to do another. Thank you, Wendi!
Mr. O did a great job on the table, I love the stencil! I love the Rhodes Quartz print chair, as I am loving all the beach themed colors that are so popular right now.
He did! Thank you, Kristine. The stencil made it fun and added a fun touch. I love that chair too!
The striped zinnia chair would be s perfect addition to my deck garden! I will also be looking at those curtains.
Mr. O really rocked that little table!
Good pick! And thank you for the love, Debi.
Jeanna Goodpasture says
What a beautiful outdoor area!!!! If mine looked that great and relaxing I would probably sit outside more. We actually do go and pick up a new chair and table set tomorrow so that may help a little. Your little one’s table is absolutely amazing!!!!! Looks store bought. He did a fantastic job.
How exciting! 😀 Thank you so much.
Donna Gonzalez says
Love how handy your son is. Passed this on to my dad who worries about his (let’s say 50+ year old) daughter using power tools! That hammock chair would be PERFECT on the porch of my new Craft Shed. Maybe I could hire your son to make me a side table . . .
I do too (I can’t wait until he’s bigger to help me more – ha!). I’m lovin’ these tender days when I am still one of his heros. Too funny about your dad!
Your whole family is just awesome! His little table turned out great! I love the Buena Vista. I am such a sucker for blue. We are moving toMorrow into a big farmhouse that has a cement Slab, but needs to be spruced up to make it a comfortable place to hang out. So, that is my mission! ?
High five, Tyler! Thank you. 🙂 Blue for me too!
Lindsay Bade says
aw! Mr. O did a great job! Is he available for hire?? 😉 I would love the Rhodes Quartz hammock with that table for drinks! I also love the sign. I would make one for an ice cream bar outside so we could make some treats and relax in the yard!
One day, I’m sure! 😉 Sounds like a wonderful place to be in your yard.
We have a very small yard that is full of kid “toys”…swings, trampoline, etc. I would love a “big person” area in our yard!
I totally get that, Annette! One day it will be and you’ll miss the craziness. 😉
Holly Crabtree says
Mr.O did a wonderful job on the side table. What a future that little guys going to have. So I’ve been trying to make our outdoor space more hang-out friendly. Right now I have a baby crib sized bed swing being made for me. I can’t wait to get it and stain it and add beautiful fabrics and pillows. I’m hoping to enjoy cool daytime reading and evening snuggles with my kiddos. And since all four of us won’t fit on the bed swing one could sit in the Rhodes Quartz swing.
Thank you, Holly! That swing sounds awesome and would this one would work well to keep everyone happy.
Jen @ Girl in the Garage says
Your son did a fabulous job! He looks about the same age as my boys and now I’m thinking I need to start putting them to work around here and helping me out with projects. I’m sure they’d love it! 🙂 Oh and I would love to win the hammock swing! I love decor that is inviting, comfortable, and welcoming for guests (and it has to be kid friendly). Thanks for the fun giveaway Larissa!
You should, Jen! They would drive you crazy from then on wanting to do more (ask me how I know), but it will be memories made to last a lifetime. I hope you win to take a much deserved break. 😉
Suzanne Adel says
Looks so great! Kids can do way more than we think they can.? Thanks for the great giveaway. Love those hammocks:)
I think they are totally underestimated. Thank you!
Awh! Your sweet little guy did an amazing job on the table. I love it! And that swing! Totally swoon… looks soooo cozy. We’ve been trying to add shade and make our outdoor living space more inviting and cozy. What a wonderful addition a swing would be. ?
How sweet of you to say. Thank you! I wish I could give a swing to everyone. 🙂
Love your Littles working side by side with you! Your kidlet did an awesome job! We homeschool and our outdoor space allows us to extend the living of our smallish house. Since we’ve moved in, it’s been a nonstop project to repair the yard from the previous owners. I look forward to having a place to relax once the work is done! And yes, lemonade is always called for in the summer!
Love that word…kidlet. 😀 Good for you in homeschooling! When we built the pergola, it really extended our approx. 1600 sq. ft. home another 300 sq. ft. Soooo worth it! Have fun.
Billie Jo Eisfeller says
Hi Larissa! Your son is adorable and what a hard little worker!! Mr. O defiantly deserved the lemonade and all the snuggles after all his hard work and great job on the table! 🙂 I would love to win a hammock to add to our home! It would remind us of all the great vacation time with our family at their lake house the past few summers.
Thank you for sharing your projects and ideas!
Hello! He is (when he wants to be, anyways. 😉 ) I love to watch his mind work and see his face beam at his efforts. Thank you for the praise.
Comfy outdoor seating is the best!! I could read there for hours! Now I just need a beautiful water feature to put it next to.
Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.
You ain’t kiddin’! Nature and relaxation at it’s best.
Jeanine clark says
Your son did an amazing job on the table!! He has inspired my son (who is a few years older than yours, so way to go to him again! 🙂 ) to redo one of our old tables we’ve been holding onto In The garage for YEARS!!
I love the colors of the “Rhodes Quartz” swing chair. I certainly agree that a handmade home and yard wins every time. So full of love.
That’s fantastic to hear, Jeanine! It will be a fun project and you’ll get something out of the way. Yay!
Your son did an awesome job on that little table. I added more flowers this year to my patio. I still need to make new covers for the cushions on the chair I bought for my husband and a stack of outdoor pillows I bought Ikea last year. I would love to win the Sari Zinnia hammock chair.
Vicki D. says
Wowzer, an impressive little boy, but behind him is an awesome mom teaching him!
I would love to win that comfy looking hammock to make my backyard more inviting,
Thank you, Vicki! We have fun together.
Thank you, Anna. Flowers are always awesome and sounds like you’re on a roll!
Emmie Capson says
He looks way more comfortable with power tools than I am! He did such an awesome job! Your backyard is beautiful and I love your DIY projects! We just moved into our first house and we are putting in grass this week! Can’t wait to pretty it up and a hammock would just be so fun for me and my girls! Thanks for the inspiration!
He loves it! We got him a cordless screwdriver for his birthday and he helps out whenever he can. So fun!
Anne Clark says
Your little ones are making wonderful memories with you. ( Little Guy did a great job! )They are learning So much with you that will not be understood until much later. Aww, and your hammock is just the thing for a good book and a small summertime nap. What a great place to dream up a adventure. I would like to make my outdoor space a little more cozy with a beautiful Rhodes Quartz swing chair.
They are my world… really. I wouldn’t be anything without them and the Lord knew I needed each one. Thank you, Anne!
christina kintyhtt says
What a wonderful out door space you have so inviting loving the new addition to your backyard looks so relaxing I love this hammock. Would love to have a s have a space like this to relax in. I keep saying I’m going to do somthing like this but have not yet. Let your son know what an awesome job he did on the table! It’s wonderful how you teach your children to do what your heart tells to in life . It’s all about family and and what makes you happy. Gotta to say love your backyard and any of those hammock swings would be wonderful to have. Continue doing what you love to do and have a great one
We all do that, Christina. Good intentions and dreaming make us think and work. He loves hearing all the comments and I couldn’t be more proud. Thank you!
(Found it!! Lol.) Love how inspired your children are by you and let their talent and creativity flow. Good job Mr. O! Keep up the good work and keep spying those hidden gems that need a little tlc to help them shine
Yay! I knew you could do it! Thank you for the love, Holly.
I LOVE the Rhodes quartz swing chair! Your tufted hammock is amazing too!! Ou
r outdoor space needs so much help I don’t know where to start, but this could be the starting point! 😉
Your son is so cute! Love to see little ones helping! Blessings!!!
Sounds like a plan, Sandi!
Mary Payton says
I love that Mr. O has such confidence to finish such a great project. He did a fantastic job. I love the Rhodes pattern on the swing chair. My backyard is in need of some more color.
He wouldn’t stop asking me about working on it and has the tenacity of a pit bull. I am so happy we got to work on it and he is a gem. Thank you!
Awesome job on the table makeover !!! I would love to have an area for relaxing in the shade!!
Thank you, Michelle!
Lymari Navarro says
Love how its turning out and I am loving that hammock. 🙂
Thank you, Lymari! We are loving it too. 🙂
Mr. O did a great job and keeps learning new skills while having fun! My son took a woodworking class at about the same age and has been making furniture for his apartment now that he is grown up. That hammock looks amazing and what is better than snuggles with a little one! I hope I win the buena vista indigo swing for my daughter’s new house! She would love to relax in that swing on their patio!
Thank you, Kimmy!