Natural Christmas Decorations, like greenery, pine cones and wood make our farmhouse bedroom cozy for the holiday season. Natural Christmas decorations are my go to each holiday season. They are simple to incorporate, easy to discard at the end of the season and look beautiful in any space. I teamed up with nine of my blogger friends for this holiday home tour. Be sure to read all the way to the end of this post to visit the other lovely homes full of Christmas inspiration. Thanks to
Farmhouse Christmas Front Porch Decor. Neutral colors, natural elements, fresh greenery and red grain sack create a cozy space for the holiday season. Farmhouse Christmas Front Porch Decor The porch is all ready for Christmas, but the leaves on the trees in the background tell a different story. Clearly Christmas decor happens pretty early here around the farmhouse. In all fairness, I didn't do a whole lot to bring a little holiday cheer to the front of our home. Neutral colors, like
Step inside for a farmhouse fall home tour. Cozy textures and soft colors keep our home neutral and natural this autumn. I've teamed up with 25 of my favorite bloggers, and Kirkland's, to bring you all the autumn inspiration you'll need in your home this season. If you're coming over from Town and Country Living, welcome! I'm so glad you're here. Read all the way to the end to enter to win a $1500 gift card from Kirkland's! In my farmhouse fall home tour, I kept everything simple
Learn how to make piping for sewing projects. Piping adds a tailored detail to slipcovers, pillows and garments. What is piping anyway? Chances are, if you are reading this tutorial on how to make piping, you already know what it is. But, in case you just stumbled upon by blog, and have no idea what I'm talking about, lets do a quick refresher on what piping is. See in the chair above the little details that sort of "bump out" around the front of the cushion, on the wings, above the
I love coffee in all forms, but that perfect iced latte is the stuff that makes me want to shell out five bucks at the coffee shop.But, with all that added sugar, and a questionable milk source, I don't think it's a good habit to get into.Plus, I love the idea of playing around with the ingredients and making some exciting combinations that you won't see at Starbucks. Lately, as I have been marveling over all the culinary uses of essential oils, a thought popped in my head.