More D.I.Y.

So it seems that today has become the unofficial day of D.I.Y.!

Erin from Yellow Canoe blog (by the way she makes and sells some fabulous art in her etsy shop… so you should hop right over and check it out) commented on my last post and asked if I’d heard of the new Martha Stewart Good Things For the Home d.i.y. Magazine.  Well I have in fact, and I’ve scanned a couple images to share with you all.


I’m especially fond of the covered magnet boards, but alas there is no IKEA close to where I live, so I’m thinking that this one might have to wait a bit.

While I certainly love this magazine, the beautiful photographs and the easy to follow directions… it seems that a lot of what is within its pages has come from previous MS Living issues.  This isn’t necessarily bad (it is nice to have them all in one place), but it may be disappointing if you are looking for an entire issue full of brilliant, new, and never before seen ideas.  In any case…  I still enjoyed it, and think you will too.  xo Ez

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3 Comments

  1. erin lang norris/yellow canoe / / Reply

    you are awesome :) thanks for the shop and blog mention! and thank you a ton for scanning these in. i haven’t read many MS living issues so luckily most of the stuff in the magazine would be new to me.

  2. KJ / / Reply

    I have clipped most of the Good Things from Martha’s magazines for years. There have been some issues that I just didn’t relate to overall, but I clipped Good Things, any special how-to, and tore out the recipe card. It would be nice to have her Good Things in one place. This department has always been my favorite.

    You say that she has a new magazine? I know she has launched her huge line at Macy’s. I was wondering if she pulled out of KMART.

    HAVE A GREAT DAY!KJ

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