Natural Christmas Decorations

//assets.pinterest.com/js/pinit.jsChristmas decorations inspired by nature can be very beautiful! Whether simple or extravagant, using natural elements is something easily done. Some materials that you may want to consider are fruit, pine cones, acorns, nuts, raw cotton, twine, jute, burlap, wood, berries, branches, feathers, and dried or fresh flowers. Here are just a few examples to…

Use a Screen Door for an Organizer, Room Divider, or Craft Show Display

//assets.pinterest.com/js/pinit.jsI wanted to share this screen door that we use a lot. Over time this has evolved into something that I've changed to be functional and beautiful.I currently use something similar in my antiques booth to display items on, but here you can see that you can create a home¬†organizational piece with a screen door.…

Circle of Love (Okay, a wreath.)

I really wanted a wreath to put up for Valentine's Day, but I couldn't find any in the stores that weren't metallic looking. That wasn't the look I wanted this year, so I found some inspiration on Pinterest, of course!My inspiration was this wreath by Sweet Daisy Designs. http://sweetdaisydesigns.blogspot.com/2011/11/wreath-update.htmlI started by painting my grapevine wreath…

3, 2, 1…….CHRISTMAS!!!

I remember being excited beyond belief that Christmas was coming. So excited that every waking thought was consumed with the fantasy of opening presents on Christmas morning. Sadly, though, I was a sneaker and a peeker. Being the youngest of four, the belief in the magic of Santa and the North Pole didn't stick around…

So Bright, You’ve Got to Wear Shades!

Milk glass is one of my favorites. It is easy to find; however, there are some very unique pieces that can be hard to come by. I'll post more some other time with cool facts about milk glass, but today is our daughter, Samantha's birthday, we have piano lessons, and soccer practices. So you "get…