I’m so excited to be sharing photos of an extra special baby shower that I helped with a few months ago. I’m also sharing my budget friendly baby shower ideas that you might want to consider for your next party. Continue reading
If you like eggnog then you will love this easy eggnog sauce recipe. This is a great last-minute recipe, or make it a few days ahead and keep in the fridge until you are ready to serve it. Eggnog sauce is in my secret stash of emergency recipes. It’s a versatile topper that can turn a plain dessert into something fabulous. Continue reading
I’ve had a long love affair with shortbread cookies, so naturally this linzer cookie recipe is the one I picked to share today for the 8 Holiday Cookies To Jingle Your Bells blog hop. If you just happened to stop by or you’re joining me from My Casa Di Bella, welcome and get ready for a sugar rush! Continue reading
Thank you so much for stopping by for a quick look at my vintage style Christmas front door decor. This year I’m decorating with greenery and accents of gray and blue plaid. So simple I know, but those are two of my favorite things to decorate with when I think about Christmas.
Today I’m joining the Christmas Porches and Holiday Door Decor Blog Hop hosted by Amber from Follow The Yellow Brick Home. It’s so much fun to see how my friends decorate for the holidays in different parts of the country. If you are joining me from Kristin’s White Arrows Home on the tour, welcome. By the way I love her sign, “There’s Snow Place Like Home”! Continue reading
It’s never to early to think about small gifts to make for teachers, co-workers, neighbors and friends. I love adding a personal touch to a gift whether it’s store-bought or homemade. DIY vintage gift tags for treat bags are the perfect way to add a special touch and your friends are sure to notice.
This holiday as a special family treat, I’m making a delicious bourbon candied pecans recipe that takes me back to my childhood. We seem to indulge way more than we should throughout the year but holding back a few noteworthy recipes just for the holidays makes this time of year all the more special. Continue reading
There’s a whole lot of delicious magic going when making an apple crisp recipe. All that butter, sugar and cinnamon melting into those apple slices making them juicy and tender, while the oats on top turn into crispy sweet crumbles. Yum! Continue reading
To help kick off the fall to winter season, I’m sharing my version of a basic ratatouille recipe. If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that easy recipes are what I do best. As long as the family is happy with my cooking, I’m happy too! Continue reading