I had sixteen wreaths hanging in our home for Christmas and the minute I took them down our house looked so empty. So I decided I needed a winter themed wreath and I just love this DIY. I pulled out one of my old flea market bedspreads and came up with a DIY to make a chenille wreath. This is so easy. There is no sewing, just tearing fabric and tying knots. That’s it!
When I was asked to be a part of this amazing Christmas Cookie Swap, I only needed to include one cookie recipe. But herein lies the problem. I don’t have just one favorite cookie recipe. I have three! So today I am sharing my three favorite cookie recipes.
As I sit here and realize our house is finally decorated for the holidays, I can catch my breath for a minute. As much as I loved decorating every room in our house, decorating the kitchen for Christmas was a special experience.
With Thanksgiving less than a week away, I teamed up with some very talented bloggers and we are sharing some of our best Thanksgiving recipes! These are the recipes we prepare and serve at our own Thanksgiving dinners. So they are tried and true and delicious. We have appetizers, a salad, a vegetable dish, a turkey, side dishes, a drink, and desserts.
The bloggers that I am joining today are Janine from Happy Happy Nester, Ashley from Modern Glam, Rhonda from Hallstrom Home and Becky from Becky’s Farmhouse. Be sure to read about the Giveaway at the bottom of this blog post!
Today I am so excited to be part of a Christmas DIY Blog Hop! I love doing crafts for the holidays and I love all of the ideas these ladies have shared! If you are coming from the amazing blog of my friend Kelly at The Tattered Pew, you need to know she is the one who organized this hop! Thank you so much Kelly!
When I posted a photo of this newly decorated boys bedoom last week, I had no idea so many of you would inquire about the Christmas wreaths in the window. Truthfully, they were added at the last minute. And most importantly, they took me about ten minutes to make. Today I am going to share with you the easiest DIY ever. It’s titled “How to Make a Christmas Wreath … (in ten minutes or less!)”.
Hydrangeas are my favorite flower. Now don’t get me wrong, I love peonies and tulips. And roses. But there is something about hydrangea flowers that just make me happy. Arranging hydrangeas is not hard. What I like to do is use different containers to arrange my hydrangea flowers. Often I use containers that aren’t even vases. I think this makes the appearance more interesting and fun to arrange!