interactive calendar with links to everyone’s posts! So, earlier this week, I shared a picture of the boxwood wreath above our bed. I love my boxwood wreath, so […]I hope you’re all doing well! We finally got a little snow yesterday – the big fluffy flakes kind – so I’m pretty happy about that! 😉 Today I’m sharing an easy Christmas craft for the 25 days of Christmas event. I am so excited to be a part of this awesome group of bloggers all sharing their own Christmas inspired crafts, decor, and recipes! Jessica from Dear Emmeline has really outdone herself. She not only put this whole event together, she also has her own Christmas posts going up every other day! Be sure to head over to her blog to see the fun
Allegan County Flea Market a couple years ago because I had seen them used by others on Pinterest and such, so I just had to have them. But I didn’t know what I was going to do with them and I only bought them because it was the “thing to do” at the time. I hate when I do that. I fall into that “everyone’s doing it” trap and buy things for the wrong reason. Usually I eventually find some way to use what I bought, but I need to work on buying things because I love them and for that reason alone! Thankfully, after 2 years of holding on to these coffee sacks, I figured out to do with one of them! I think the best DIY projects involve using what you already have. This project was totally free for me because I had everything on hand already. (I guess buying things you don’t need right away isn’t always bad!) […]Do you ever fall into this trap? I bought a couple burlap sacks from the
BJÖRNLOKA LINJE linen curtains (I don’t pick the names!) from Ikea. Mind you, I’ve looked at these curtains a handful of times before and passed them by because they weren’t “just right”. But on this particular trip toSo, I’ve been hemming and hawing over curtains for the living room for months now. I couldn’t decide on the look I wanted or the amount I wanted to spend on them. And I didn’t know if I wanted to buy pre made curtains, fabric, or a hybrid of the two – curtains that I had to alter. I eventually went with a hybrid. I chose these gorgeous
buy my daughter an ice cream cone pick up some blankets, my husband pointed them out, I thought about it again, and finally came to the conclusion that they could probably work!
So, I got home and put the curtains up and of course I didn’t like them! I liked the curtains themselves, but didn’t like the tab tops. I don’t know why, but tab tops just aren’t my thing right now. But I knew I could fix them quite easily…[Click Here to Read More]