Decorating your mantle doesn’t have to be hard. I’m using the same vintage window that I love and just decorating it for fall. Hung a simple wreath I found at TJ Maxx and added orange raffia for a bow. Found this cute “Happy Harvest” sign on clearance at Kirklands and a few pumpkins. Easy and… Continue reading Fall Mantle
Fall is my favorite time of the year, but I’m a little late on decorating. Today, the weather in Houston is absolutely gorgeous! Cool and not a cloud in the sky. It really does feel like fall. I finally got the energy to decorate my dining room. Made this arrangement for my dining room table.… Continue reading Fall
Don’t forget those areas of your house that really have no purpose. Bring interest into an otherwise boring space. Add a cork board for pictures, honey do lists, calendars…… Enjoy!
Hi everyone! One of things I hear the most is,”I like this container but I don’t know where/how I would use it.”…. I always look at things in multiple ways. Don’t use a container meant for a particular purpose for that reason only…..visualize where else you can use it. I found this beautiful vintage container… Continue reading Vintage Container
I recently had the chance of shopping at this great shop called The Plaid Peacock in historic Roanoke, Tx. A place where different vendors can sell their wares. Each booth was decorated so creatively and I took many inspirational ideas with me. One of the booths was selling jewelry and small trinkets and I loved how they displaced… Continue reading Jewelry Display
An easy way to use a plastic table cloth, instead of the usual boring way… wrap a table with it, gather it at the center, add a flower with raffia and its makes a great topic of conversation. I did these for a bridal shower…Fiesta Style! The terracotta pots held the chips…
Spruced up this boring lamp in my bathroom using things I already had on hand. Pretty beige and white striped wired ribbon, jewelry satin ribbon with crystals and crystal accent button. Tied the ribbon around the lamp and hot glued the button. That’s it! Project took all of 10 minutes!