My DIY pewter mirror frame project is almost as good as a rags-to-riches story. The frame was undeniably a keeper with classic details and a good size. I’ve saved this mirror for the longest time with the hopes of updating the finish. In addition to updating the frame, I also needed to correct a few damaged spots but wanted to use something other than paint. Continue reading
We think mostly of having guests during the holidays, however these tips are good practice any time of the year. To help you prepare, here’s a checklist with 10 ways to welcome overnight guests that are simple and hassle free. Continue reading
When I spied bundles of Bittersweet at the market, I instantly forgot everything I had previously planned for a Thanksgiving centerpiece. I happily snatched up the branches, knowing they would look lovely on the table. The red berries with their yellow leaf jackets are simply gorgeous, and as it turned out, the highlight of the table this year. As an added bonus, I even had enough to decorate the chandelier.
Today I’m sharing a Thanksgiving table sneak peek and a free printable. I created a watercolor of Indian corn in the colors that say fall to me; blue, yellow, orange, gray, and red. Then I added a simple word to express what we love to do around table, and that’s gather. Continue reading
Indian corn is a well know favorite for fall decorating. The muted combinations of blues, browns, yellows and reds, represent all the beautiful colors we associate with this time of year. Creating a centerpiece is one way to shows off their unique beauty and celebrate their history. Continue reading
For me, witches rule on Halloween. You know… “double, double, toil and trouble”. I found a witch hat cutout at a local craft store and had to have it. Paint, tape, ribbon, hanger, done! This witch’s hat door decoration is just that easy. It’s like magic! Continue reading