Monday was a bit of a depressing blogging day... It happens. So I avoided my blog Monday & Roger took me to a yummy Mexican restaurant that night to make me feel better. I'm hoping today will be a bit better now that everything seems to be going up hill & if even . . .
Ok, I think I have finally finished my fall mantel. I was so excited about making this banner, seriously I had been dreaming of it for awhile. While part of me was concerned that it wouldn't look as beautiful as I had imagined it to be, I couldn't wait to get started on . . .
Every time a new season comes around I can't help but exclaim that it is my favorite season. Right now autumn is definitely my favorite, I just love it when the leaves change colors and the weather gets cooler - although none of those things seem to be happening right now... Ask me again . . .
I love antique glass insulators. I would buy every single one I came across if I had the money - and if I could convince Roger to love them as much as I do! Every time I go antiquing, thrifting, or yard saling - yes I do love making up new words - I look for these beauties. Since I am on a . . .
Photo by Brian Lowman I love weddings - I mean what's better than committing yourself to someone for eternity in front of all of your friends and family? The downside to weddings is that they can be so expensive! So much time, money, and effort is placed on a wedding - and sometimes not . . .
Brace yourself. Here comes another wedding post - although in reality you don't have to be getting married to create these shabby chic Simple Burlap and Lace Candles. Using white candles from Dollar Tree or Hobby Lobby - especially when they are on . . .
Ever since making the DIY Stemmed Cherry Blossoms, I can't help but want to create more DIY decor with artificial flowers. I never use to like artificial flowers, I thought they looked stuffy and uninspired. Now I can't help but wonder why it has taken me so long to realize the beauty and . . .
This is one of the easiest twine projects I know. I usually sit and watch a movie or tv while working on this project because it doesn’t take much concentration or focus. Once made these twine balls can be used in so many ways. I have put them in glass vases, bowls, and on our Christmas . . .