Hello Tatertots and Jello Readers! We are Elizabeth and liZ from over at Simple Simon and Company. We are two girls who married brothers and ended up with the exact same names! We also are both former school teachers, have the same number of children, drive the same kind of mini vans, and live 5 minutes away from each other. (We know…it’s weird…just ask our mother-in-law
Over at Simple Simon and Company we blog daily about our sewing, crafting, and homemaking adventures. And today we are excited to be here sharing our latest PVC creation for the upcoming summer season.
4 PVC Pipes (for the 4 wall corners) measuring 53 inches long
3 PVC Pipes (to connect 3 of the wall corners on the ground) measuring 28 inches long
2 PVC Pipes (to connect the wall corners on the right and left side of the cabana at the top) measuring 24 and 1/2 inches long
2 PVC Pipes (to connect the wall corners on the front side and the back side at the top) measuring 21 inches long
4 PVC Pipes (to connect to the wall corners on top and form the roof) measuring 23 inches long
14 Pieces of PVC Pipe cut at 2 inches long to join joint pieces to each other (used on corners and the top of the roof)
1 PVC Cross T Joint (for the top of the roof)
10 PVC T Joints (for top corners and cross bars)
12 PVC Elbow Joints (for the roof and bottom corners)
PS — It’s Friday!
My favorite day of the week.
Why?? It’s the time when I can see YOUR great ideas!
I hope you can stop by for the Weekend Wrap Up Party!
I love to feature YOU!
The party starts tonight at 6 pm MST.