I’ve moved!

I’ve moved!

In order to make more room for more stuff, I have relocated my blog. If you’ve found me or followed me through WordPress, I’d love for you to visit the new bohoeco.com. Be sure to subscribe via email so you don’t miss a single post! Advertisements

Scrappy little fabric bead necklaces

Scrappy little fabric bead necklaces

Usually, I can get one purse out of one article of clothing but most times I have leftover materials. I save my scraps and I’m always on the lookout for ways to use up small pieces of fabric. I found a few tutorials for making fabric covered bead necklaces and that seemed like the perfect … Continue reading

My dog gets high

My dog gets high

My dog is not into frisbee. She’s more of a squirrel-stalker, tennis-ball-chaser, rolling-around-in-fresh-cut-grass type of dog. But some dogs like to get high… I took a poll on my Facebook page to see which of these four shirts I should work on, and the dog shirt won out. So let’s begin. Here is the shirt … Continue reading

Nothing better than chilling like a turtle

Nothing better than chilling like a turtle

Really, what do turtles have to worry about? They always have protection, a home, and most other animals don’t mess with them. Sure they’re slow, but there’s nothing wrong with taking it easy. Plus, some of them can live for hundreds of years, right? And apparently, they like to lounge in turtle hammocks between two … Continue reading

Grandma and Grandpa’s vintage tablecloth

Grandma and Grandpa’s vintage tablecloth

So, my mom has been holding onto this cute floral tablecloth for who-knows-how-long. It belonged to my grandma and grandpa. Perfectly vintage but with a few stains that are likely 10+ years older than me. She thought I’d be able to make something out of it so she sent it all the way from Michigan. … Continue reading

A tote for Central Park

A tote for Central Park

Sometimes when I find an interesting piece at a thrift store, I do a little research to learn more about where it came from. I’ve never been to New York City, nor have I been to Central Park, so here’s what I learned: Central Park opened in 1857. It’s the most visited urban park in … Continue reading

The earth has a fever…

The earth has a fever…

Now that Earth Day has gone from one day to a whole month, it’s only a matter of time before every day is Earth Day. Here are a few fun recycling facts I found: -Aluminum cans are the most recycled beverage container. -Recycling just one aluminum can saves enough electricity to run a tv for … Continue reading

Sunshine State

Sunshine State

I live in Florida. Yes, I like it. Yes, there are lots of vacationers, elderly, it’s like a sauna in the summer, everyone here is from somewhere else, and the traffic sucks. But…whenever I want to go to the beach, I can be there in 15 minutes flat. I can even see a movie on … Continue reading