How To Create A Paint And Liming Wax Finish

Today’s project, how to create a paint and liming wax finish, is on a small-scale. This is an old oak school chair I picked up a few years ago in an antique store while shopping with my daughter on Amelia Island. I bought the chair thinking I would get it home somehow, but as it turned out my daughter kept it. Funny how those things happen, and it’s a good thing, because now it belongs to the grand baby. Continue reading

How To Make A Ticking Stripe Wreath

Hello friends, today I’m sharing how to make a ticking stripe wreath with a mini bunting that you can create for any season or holiday. I got the idea for today’s post by upcycling my own ticking wreath that I made last summer. To see the before photos, click on Summer Wreath. Continue reading

Ideas For Decorating With Green

Today I’m sharing ideas for decorating with green that are subtle, so if you’re not ready to commit to lime green chairs or palm leaf wallpaper that’s alright. There are lots of easy ways to interject green into your decor. For an added treat today, I’m joining a Sharin’ O’ The Green Blog Hop hosted by my friend  Amber, from Follow The Yellow Brick Home. Continue reading

DIY Moss Covered Letters

How did I not know that DIY moss covered letters were so easy to make? I’m a super crafty person, so I should know this. It’s like showing up for late for a party, and realizing I only have mascara on one eye. Now, I want to make moss letters for every season and holiday I can think of. You can make them too, with a few simple steps. Continue reading

Oatmeal Flax Quinoa Cookie Recipe

Oatmeal Flax Quinoa Cookie Recipe includes ingredients that are considered superfoods and therefore a healthy snack. Coming up with the name for such an amazing cookie is a bit tricky. Naturally I want the name to reflect what it’s made of, but my daughters suggestion of “yummy delicious magic cookies” sounds pretty good too. Continue reading

Benefits Of Drinking Tea

Looking for benefits of drinking tea? Me too! After reading up on the subject of drinking tea, I realized that’s one habit that I don’t need to change. Sometimes it’s a good thing to take a look at our daily habits to see what needs a bit of tweaking. Are you a tea drinker?  I’m sharing five good reasons to love tea that might motivate you to give it a try or confirm that you’re on the right path. Continue reading