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It’s been such an incredible week as I spent five days in Waco at our Airbnb. While I was there I toured the Magnolia Market, bought lots of things for our home at the Magnolia Shop on Bosque and “de Christmassed” our home. I also painted and hung two abstract paintings, made tissue paper cherry blossoms from branches cut in our backyard, reorganized three cabinets, baked french bread and spent a lot of time with my friends Amy from Cutertudor and Kimberlee from The Morrow House. As I was leaving Texas I had an amazing lunch with my dear friend Karianne from Thistlewood Farms. You really need to check out these three amazing ladies!
I Am So Excited To Share With You Easy Elegance Wednesdays, Where We Celebrate Simple Elegant Decor. Today I Am Sharing a wonderful Valentine Craft that is very easy to make … Metallic Valentine Hearts.
I love making Valentine crafts. If you follow my blog then you know I have started already making Valentine crafts this month. These silver metallic Valentine hearts were inspired by vintage metal heart-shaped lockets. I thought it might be fun to make something similar.
I Am So Excited To Share With You Easy Elegance Wednesdays, Where We Celebrate Simple Elegant Decor. Today I Am Sharing One of My Favorite Recipes for Cranberry Orange Scones.
We all have a recipe that is a “go-to recipe”. It’s the one that when you make it, you know it’s going to be good. My Cranberry Scones Recipe is that recipe! And aren’t these perfect for Valentine’s Day?
I Am So Excited To Share With You Easy Elegance Wednesdays, Where We Celebrate Simple Elegant Decor. Today I am sharing how I use some of the vintage pieces in our home for Organization and storage for the new year.
Organizing a home. It’s probably the #1 task that happens in the month of January for the new year. Don’t laugh but I bet the majority of all of you have some organizational plans on your to-do list this month! Today I am sharing a blog post about how I use some of the vintage pieces in our home for storage.
I am thrilled to share these Christmas decorating ideas with beautiful merchandise from Balsam Hill.
Today I am excited to share with you some wonderful ideas for Christmas decorating. I have joined two friends, Courtney at French Country Cottage and Yvonne at StoneGable Blog, and today we are sharing holiday decor from Balsam Hill. I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am to partner with Balsam Hill again this year. Their products are all so well made and beautiful.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.
I have created a round up of my favorite Cricut Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas. You can Make and personalize all of these gifts too!
My favorite part of Christmas is gift-giving and as you know, I love making gifts! I have been making homemade Christmas gifts for my family since I was eight and I can promise you there were some interesting gifts in those early years. (I am sure my siblings will agree!) The very first Christmas gift I made was felt comb cases. I cut them and glued them and wrote my sibling’s names on them with a marking pen. Oh, how I wish I had a photo of my handcrafting at 8 years old!