It’s almost Christmas and we’re still HO HO HO-ing at my house! Sooo... if you are one of those last minute decorators like me this year, I have a super-easy and inexpensive project for you…my DIY Dollar Tree snow village! It only takes a little bit of time and very little $$$ for this one!
20 December, 2014
18 December, 2014
I have to admit that I have been admiring the hot cocoa stations that I have seen on other blogs…a special spot to keep all that you need to create a wonderful cup of hot cocoa…but I have such a small home that I couldn’t find a way to fit it into my kitchen. And then it dawned on me…why not use it as a Christmas centerpiece in the breakfast room? And my little idea began to take shape!
15 December, 2014
14 December, 2014
I am continuing my classic Christmas theme this year in the dining room with my pewter and plaid tablescape…two of my favorite elements that just say it’s holiday time to me! I have to admit that I love red and green for Christmas…and add some rustic touches of texture and the patina of old pewter and I am in!
12 December, 2014
10 December, 2014
If you know me, you know I can’t let a holiday pass without making a pillow to celebrate it! Sooo... I have gone through my collection to bring you all the pillows that I have created for Christmas. There is something for everyone…those who sew and those who do not, as well as free graphics included wherever necessary! Plus…I was excited when Hometalk asked me to curate a collection of Christmas pillows from their site as well. And best of all, it’s not too late because all of these pillows are super easy to make!
08 December, 2014
07 December, 2014
I’m so excited because it’s time to join one of my favorite groups…the No-Sew Showcase! And this time the theme is Christmas…just in time for some fun and easy ideas for the holidays! I am sharing a great little idea that can be used as an ornament, as a utensil pocket and as a gift card holder! Yes…each one of the projects pictured can be used three different ways…and you don’t have to be able to sew a stitch! Can you get any more useful or versatile than that? And even better…they are all very inexpensive to make!