Today I’m upcycleing a plastic container for an Easter/spring decoration.. I have saved a white Tide pod container for an easy makeover. In the fall you’ve probably seen the orange ones made into pumpkins. The white are popular for snowmen in winter crafting. Since it is white, it is perfect for a bunny head for spring.
Autumn is such a wonderful time of the year. For me, it’s like a second spring. Remember one of my first printables, “Autumn is a Second Spring?” It has been downloaded more than any other print.
It’s been hot with beautiful blue skies most days here in central Florida. We did finally have several days of rain this past weekend. Maybe our wet summer season is here. I’m celebrating in my home with a floral country table. Read More
I love a casual farmhouse style that also includes a touch of modern. With the new year beginning, it’s time for a refresh with cozy, rustic details in my home. One of my favorite decorative techniques is a few plants scattered around the house. Real house plants add year round color and also filter the air naturally. What if you can’t keep plants alive? A quality faux plant can add texture and green to your home without fear of their death. I like to use a mix of real and faux plants and flowers, sometimes even in the same arrangement. No matter what design style you favor or the color of your rooms, adding fresh touches of green using indoor plants can be very much needed for interest and a bit of color.
For the last few weeks, I’ve been loving the black and white buffalo check decor on the blogs I visit. This year I happily embrace this sweet farmhouse look for autumn. My September table starts with a simple black and white tablecloth. I add a milk glass vase of yellow and white flowers for a centerpiece. Read More
Last month I found an adorable pitcher with a cute cow on it at my favorite thrift store. I grabbed it and started thinking about a simple farmhouse table based on the cow. Don’t you love to find inspiration in inexpensive thrift store finds?