Today I am so excited to be posting my first thoughts about Fall! Since I live in Southern California, I have to remind myself our fall doesn’t arrive until October. Believe it or not, our hottest month is usually September, so it still feels like were are in the middle of summer. But I love fall, and I love tablescapes, so sharing fall table ideas is something I love to do.Read More
Most of you aware that I am pretty new to the home décor decorating thing. The summer blog tour I participated in June was the first time I had ever decorated my home for a “season” other than Christmas! Decorating for the summer tour was so much fun and I absolutely loved it. So I guess you could say I have gotten the seasonal decorating bug.
Before you lash out at me for posting Christmas décor in August, let me explain what this idea is. We’ve all been there where it’s mid-December and we realize we’re totally behind. On gifts, on RSVPing to parties, sending out Christmas cards and even putting up the decorations. Or even if you’re ahead, maybe you’re feeling uninspired. I figured that if I started now, I would be able to get creative with my décor ideas and have a whole repertoire of ideas. So, if you don’t feel like reading now, bookmark this and remember me come Christmas so that you can find some great Christmas décor ideas. When you are ready.
I have wanted to make shiplap charges for a very long time. I even bought the wood and did some homework as to how I should make them.
I love to dine outdoors. And since we live in Southern California it’s something we can do all of the time. But when it comes to setting your outdoor table there are a few things you can do to make your dining experience more enjoyable.
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