For the first time in years, we had a white Christmas. Of course I went out the capture the rare moment with my camera. Come take a peek at our farmhouse in the snow. I remember last winter I was so excited to get a picture of our farmhouse in the snow. Although cold weather is definitely not my favorite, I like a few good snows every year. Sledding, snowmen and hot cocoa are some of my favorite memories from childhood. When the kids see that first flurry, they start begging us to get
Homemade Christmas gifts are a great way to show your love and creativity to everyone on your list. I have always loved the idea of homemade Christmas gifts. Around the holidays, gift giving turns into more of an obligation than a joy. For the task oriented, it is just another opportunity to check the job of the list. Speaking of myself here. But, to be honest, I want to show up to the family Christmas gathering proud of the gift I am bringing. I want something that has meaning and
Fourth of July is right around the corner! This scrappy flag pillow cover tutorial will have you well on your way to some DIY summer decor. It's a simple project that you can do with any red and blue fabric scraps you have laying around. In my typical "wingin' it at all times" fashion, it occurred me that something festive for the shop and blog should be out, you know, last week. So, yesterday turned into "patriotic decor makin' day." I designed a couple simple grain sack "America"
I hope you are enjoying each and every stop the Easter Parade blog hop! If you are coming over from Summer Adams Designs , welcome! I am so glad you are here! Enjoy my tour, and be sure to check out the next stop on the blog hop, at the end of this post! I am such a simple girl.I literally do not own a single necklace or pair of earrings.My shoe collection consists of a pair of wedges and a pair of flats.This entire winter I wore the same three button ups, three
You know, I was thinking about just how excited I am that spring is here. When I was a little kid I hardly noticed the changing of the seasons.I didn't dread winter, and all its hassle of having to bundle up in warm socks and a coat, every time I wanted to step outside. Of course I was excited for summertime out of school, but I didn't dwell on the upcoming humidity and scorching hot days. In fact, all of that never even crossed my mind.