Introducing our Spring greeter...she's All Ducked Out on our front door! Inspired by bright colors of Spring, I created a welcoming, watering can decoration. I found a . I used masking tape to cover the copper and sprayed the can with Rust-Oleum American Accents paint in natural rust. It's a kit and I simply followed…Read More
Be merry all, be merry all; With holly dress the festive hall; Prepare the song, the feast, the ball, To welcome merry Christmas. ~William Robert Spencer Decorating for Christmas has been so delightful this year. First of all, it's the first year in our new home. Also, it will be our first Christmas at home…Read More
One of the great joys of summertime is birdwatching. Sweet bird nectar, if you make it, feathered friends will come, providing wonder in your garden. 5 from 1 reviews DIY Hummingbird and Oriole Nectar Print If you are a bird-watcher, bring flocks to your garden and save all kinds of money by your…Read More
Moving in, I quickly unpacked food boxes willy-nilly! I was just waiting for my new pantry carousels to arrive. I featured these last summer on my Top 5 Hits. I implement many of the good ideas from all of your blogs. Special thanks to Emily and her dad, Phil, for getting these to me…Read More
Moving in frigid temps is challenging enough! I passed along my beloved fern to a special friend who has a green thumb and packed baskets of silk foliage, easy as 1-2-3. No bugs, soil or watering to contend with. I love a little green on shelves and in displays. The only part I dislike, the…Read More
Each Friday I feature my "Top 5 Hits," and I almost always feature a beautiful quilt. Well, surprise friends, this one is mine! I used batik fabrics to create this scrappy basket quilt, set on point. I was visiting my mom who helped me select the fabrics and get it started. That will always be…Read More
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