Welcome to my Christmas Home Tour!!! If you are visiting from Emily’s blog WELCOME! I am glad to have you. And I am excited to share my home with you today. When Chris from Just A Girl approached me about participating in the Home Tour I was excited. In the past, all I have […]
I LOVE hearing about other people’s holiday traditions! I find it fascinating and it helps me get new ideas for my family. They can be something super simple or something with deep meaning. It could be a tradition your family has done for generations or something you yourself started for your little family.
So tomorrow I am going to have a linky for you to add your posts about Holiday Traditions! If you do not have a blog, you can leave your tradition in the comments.
I can’t wait to read them all!!!
I will leave the linky open for the whole month of Decemeber. So if you don’t have a post written yet, you can write one whenever works for you and then come link it up!
I have a confession to make. I have never done a tablescape before. A nice dinner at our house consists of non-paper plates and putting some candles in the middle of the table. I guess that is what I get for living with 5 boys :) So when Wayfair contacted me about doing a tablescape challenge I was really excited!
I have a confession to make. When I joined the blogging world a few months back the whole “subway art” thing was going strong and I didn’t get it. In fact, it kind of annoyed me. BUT it has grown on me! A lot. And I have jumped on the band wagon so to speak. […]
I had an idea a few years ago to put vinyl lettering on some clear bulbs for my tree. It was a great idea except that the brown vinyl I chose didn’t show up very well against the dark green tree. So I thought about about it and came up with this. I hang them […]
I love topiaries! I knew I needed to make some for Christmas this year. These pine tree trees are easy to make and you will save money too :) Here is what you will need: drill, 1/16″ drill bit, plaster of paris, 4″ pots, burlap, sticks, glue, and fake pine branches. The first thing you […]