Skaie Knox

About Skaie Knox

Skaie Knox is a storyteller on a quest to provide sparkling content through copywriting, songwriting and video production. She is founder of HomeJelly, Ruggable.com's key copywriter, a published singer/songwriter (Fervor Records/ASCAP) and kid's book author (Big Bug Lunch!). For doable DIY video tutorials, subscribe to her HomeJelly YouTube channel (for link, click on my nose!).

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    So Many Windows: Pro Tips for Choosing Window Styles

    If your home is in need of new windows, you’ll love today’s post. We’ll offer handy design tips and information on seven types of window styles, as well as their benefits that might just surprise you. We’ll then feature some of our favorite designs from today’s sponsor, Milgard Doors and Windows.

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    How to DIY a Beer+ Flights Tasting Tray

    This is a sponsored post and contains affiliate links. I’m not sure when it happened, but I became one of those gals who loves her plateware. I mean, what’s up with that? Dinner and dessert plates, platters, bowls and don’t get me started with serving trays…my heart’s all a flutter! So, when it came time…
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    Repurpose a Metal Basket into a Swag Light with Veneer Weaving

    If you’ve ever stepped foot inside a salvage shop, the amount of stuff can be a bit overwhelming. The trick I’ve found over the years is to go in with a plan. Well, at the very least, bring along a wishlist of items you’re looking to add to your home’s decor. Take today’s project: a repurposed…
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    Make a Lazy Susan the Lazy-DIYers Way

    This is a sponsored post and contains affiliate links. Are you a lazy-McLazerson?  Well, I don’t know about you, but sometimes I’m not quite in the mood to DIY. But, darn it! When I see something I KNOW I can make, I just feel so compelled to wanna try it! Ugh. Today, I’m definitely in…
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    Mock Agate Jewelry Dish Made From Clay

    I recently hosted a gal-pal party called, a CrafTea Party, where I prepared yogurt and fruit parfaits,  tea sammiches and yummy vanilla scones with mock Devonshire cream and jam.  In addition to lots of gab ‘n giggles, I provided a fun craft for my friends to try and take home – a sort of adult…
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    How to Keep Your Table Linens Crisp, Clean and Pristine in 5 Easy Steps

    This is a sponsored post and contains affiliate links. When it comes to hosting, table linens are a wonderful way to add a POP of color and class to our event. The selection of designs these days are wonderful and can really elevate our tablescapes to a whole level of impressiveness. The downside? Keeping, cleaning…
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    4 Simple Ways to Clean Common Stains on Table Linens

    I love to host parties. I hate to clean up parties. Especially my tablecloths. I mean, I love creating an elegant and elevated tablescape, but dang! My friends are awesome, but can sometimes be messy-messersons! What a conundrum, right?  Wrong! With today’s 4 simple ways to clean common stains like food ‘n grease, red wine,…
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    How to Craft a Valentine Pegboard Cross Stitch

    If you’ve been hopping around Pinterest and other crafting blogs these days, you’ll notice that the craft of cross stitch has reemerged in a new and, believe it or not, cool way! Cross stitchers are either creating more unique and modern patterns like these below: (click in to purchase any of these patterns) Or, they’re…
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    Craft a New Year’s Pop’n Party Hat Centerpiece

    This is a sponsored post and contains affiliate links. If you’re like me this 365 ¼th time around the sun, you’re excited with anticipation for the countdown to the new year! I mean, we’re talking about ringing in new possibilities, new adventures and new what-may-comes! This end-of-the-annum eagerness has inspired today’s craft project: a super fun, pop’n…
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    Bake a Boozy Bûche de Noël

    Oh, how I love December! It’s a time where I say, “I’m going to bake, bake, bake!” Cookies, breads and today, I’m going to share with you one of my most favorite family recipes made with a bit of a boozy twist. It’s my take on my Aunt Elaine’s chocolate roll bake I’ve called, “A…
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