I am so excited to share my Winter Wonderland tray with you today! I styled a silver tiered tray for the season with some shiny baubles and organic feels. Come see all the details along with trays from 24 other bloggers. So much to see and so little time!
It’s no secret that I love using book pages to create unique, crafted pieces. This post is full of easy and creative book print Christmas decor ideas. I’m pulling this from the archives and I still use all these pieces to this day.
Do you like to host gatherings in your home? Oh good! Then this post is for you. As we travel into the fall season we are heading into the most social part of the year, full of holidays and gatherings. Here are some tips and ideas to help you navigate the entertaining season.
I’ve been wanting to share so much with you but I’ve been b.u.s.y ! Which I know every.single.one of you can relate to. I am mostly done with decorating the house inside & out, which I give a few glimpses in this post but will share in more detail real soon. I also finished ourContinue reading “the hustle and bustle of the season”
It’s no secret that I love anything book print. So it’s not surprising I inject it into my Christmas decor. I just made the book print tree with the glittery star using a Styrofoam tree form. I ripped pieces from a book I picked up either at a thrift store or dollar tree. I thenContinue reading “book print christmas”
I just wanted to share a quick Christmas craft. Once you assemble all your supplies it doesn’t take that long to make. These cute salt & pepper snow globe shakers can be ornaments, table top decor, vignette accents or anything you want them to be. I attached tiny bottle brushes I found at Joann’s toContinue reading “christmas crafting”
The decorating for the season is well under way. Almost done. The tree is up. The stockings are hung. Vignettes sprinkled around. Wreaths here & there. But I’m by no means near done yet. Plus all the projects I have whirling through me head; and by the way this isn’t all of it.Continue reading “decking the halls & so much more”