If a picture is worth a thousand words, an Anniversary Year Book beautifully describes the joy and delight of a year’s memories. | jnkdavis.com
Anniversaries needn’t be the cause for frustration and debt. Here are 40 fantastic free and frugal ideas for creating memorable and fun Anniversary celebrations.
Celebrate every relationship milestone. Here are 11 Relationship Elevating Ideas for an 11th Anniversary Celebration. | jnkdavis.com
The 11th Anniversary celebrates the strength of steel, the clarity of turquoise and the ephemeral nature of tulips. Enjoy some inspiration of our 11th.
100 bottles of beer on the wall, 100 bottles of beer. Take one down, pass it around … and then take out your bottle cutting kit and show all your friends how they can make a nifty container for candle-making or other crafts in a way that’s both safe and magical.
We are NOT huge fans of the cold. Especially right now when temperatures are dropping into the teens. Fortunately, we are huge fans of fresh oranges, which, as it turns out, give us a warm edge on frigid winter days.
An Anniversary is a celebration of personal and shared accomplishment, and, in our opinion, that celebration should elicit the most attention from couples, family, and friends.
We love flowers so much we could just eat ’em! Every room in our home is laden with flowers: living, artificial, ceramic, painted … just a wide variety of flowery curiosities. But, as much as we love looking at flowers, we love eating them even more.
We dreamed of growing a garden — but not just a metaphorical garden of joy and trust (although this is lovely, too). No, we’re talkin’ the real McCoy: dirt under the fingernails, weed-pulling backaches, scraping the muck off our boots, taste-buds-bursting-in-our-mouths gardening.
This type of list is often referred to as a “Bucket List.” For many years we referred to ours as the “dream list.” We were intrigued when the term “bucket list” came into vogue. Why the word “bucket?” After a quick Internet search, we are sad to report: it is a reference to “kicking the bucket.”
If you know how to crochet, this is an easy (aside from the intense arm workout) and very satisfying project. If you don’t know how to crochet (yet), be encouraged that this is made with the most elementary stitches; a single crochet and double crochet is all we used to make this wonderful rug.
We lived in The Bridger for just over three years. It was an amazing and exhilarating experience. Looking back on it now, we realize that it took a lot of courage and curiosity to live in a bus.