Summer and popsicles are the best. Because one doesn’t happen without the other, right? I remember the days of chasing the ice cream truck down our street and handing over my hard earned babysitting money for my favorite popsicle.
Two years ago I attended the Haven Conference. If you have no idea what the Haven Conference is, it’s a design and DIY blogging conference for home decor bloggers and influencers. It is usually held in July and most years it has been in Atlanta, Ga. I attended my first Haven Conference four months after I started my @my100yearoldhome Instagram and blog. I walked in the door on the first day and knew no one. Not a single person.
Can you believe it is July already? The weather has been wonderful in Southern California and we are really enjoying our outdoor living rooms. Today I am thrilled to team up with some of my blogging friends to share our outdoor living rooms. In the summertime, we love spending time outdoors and today I am sharing five tips to enjoy your outdoor living space.
Can you believe it? This is our new front porch on our Waco Fixer Upper Home! It’s painted and decorated and the house numbers are on. The yard and fence are done and the grass is in. Even the flower beds are planted! Let’s take a quick look back to see how the front of this home has been transformed.
Today I have paired with my blogger friends to share some very easy, fun and awesome summer wreath DIY ideas. Summer is officially here and I think making a summer wreath is the perfect project to kick off summer!
This post has been sponsored by Huhtamaki, Inc. makers of the Chinet® brand. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Most of you are aware that I have had a lot of wedding blog posts featuring lots of wedding events as we were preparing for my son’s wedding. One comment I received over and over was that many of you are busy, don’t own a large number of plates, and yet still want to host a bridal shower for a close friend or relative. Today I am going to show how you can host a bridal shower that works for any size group and is easy to prepare and clean up.