If you are like me and wait till the last minute, then here are a couple Valetine’s Day Gift ideas for HIM and HER!
Happy February! We are kicking off the month with a DIY on how to make this Valentine’s wreath! It is perfect for a craft night with the girls!
We are picking up with Part 2 of the Christmas Home Tour! This has been such an amazing Christmas being able to decorate our new home and it being the first Christmas season to share it on the blog.
Merry Christmas, Y’all!
John and I had so much fun decorating our new home for Christmas this year! Hope you enjoy these snap shots of our decorations.
Learn how to make a perfect bow for any occasion. I filmed my first ever tutorial video and in it I show you a simple and easy technique to add flare to any present.
Usually when shopping for my friends and fam, I tend to be a “one for you & one for me” kind of shopper and I end up spending my entire Christmas budget and my husband never has anything left to surprise me. This year, I decided to break the cycle and not buy myself anything in December. (Besides Christmas decorations, I just can’t help myself.) Anyways, I say all of this to tell you that I have had to be creative this month to keep from buying myself what I like to justify as “Christmas Outfits.” So, here are my favorite, go-to staple pieces for December!
Lindsey and I recently went to an art show here in Houston and it was awesome. This particular show is great because it is actually on the streets of downtown and there are such a variety of artists that come from all over the country to show off their art. We usually leave inspired to go do some project around the house or for me to create a new art piece.
With a little help from my Mom ( a wreath making genius,) I made this Woodland Winter Wreath for a friend as a Christmas present, but I couldn’t pass up the chance to blog about it & share it with all of you! My favorite thing about this wreath, is that it can be used all throughout Winter and not just during Christmas time. I show you step – by – step how to make one for yourself or to give as a gift this holiday season.
This year on a whim I decided to completely change my typical fall color scheme of warm tone oranges, browns, and maroons & instead channeled my inner Joanna Gaines by incorporating metal pumpkins, an old window, wood and a ton of grapevine. Oh and lots of cotton! Seriously, there could never be enough cotton. Then I finished the look off with little touches of silver throughout. Here’s a look at my 2015 Fall Home Tour!