Today I am a guest over on Positively Splendid, with my friend @splendidamy! I love Amy! We met at Blissdom and we got to hang out a bunch in AZ last month at Creative Estates. You will love Amy’s blog! All of the month of May, she has been running this great series full of… read more »
I love flowers, especially flowers that you can plant outside. Here is a fun way to spice up a pretty potted flower. I love making these paper medallions or as I like to call “lollies” because they look like a big lollipop. You could keep this gift as simple as this, or add in a… read more »
Today I’m sharing with you a simple thrifty craft that has the look of something you would buy at a boutique (don’t you love that?!) It’s a Spring centerpiece – a robin’s egg nest. I still love the color combination of turquoise blue and chocolate brown, and this is a fun way to highlight those… read more »
Song of the Week: Sara Bareilles – King of Anything Today I’m sharing my Proudest DIY Moment over at IS*LY (I Still Love You) with Melissa & Friends. Any fun plans today? or no plans at all? …which equals fun in my book. Happy Labor Day Y’all! and… Happy Music Monday!
I’m happy to be sharing a few of my favorite organizing tips over at Sherbet Blossom today. Hannah’s series: Project Organize has already had so many great tips. A couple of favorites so far have been the Upcycled Organizing by Amberlee and Ribbon Organization by Hannah. Now that the little ones are headed back to… read more »
I’m happy to be a part of Marta’s How-To Series, today. I love Marta’s blog. What a great thing to Celebrate The Stuff We Know, the idea behind her series by “focusing on what we can do rather than what we can’t”. For my How-To, I’m sharing what I think is a good thing to… read more »
I fell in love with these little pipe cleaner rose rings that I saw on Martha, and since I am such a visual person, I thought it would be fun to share the How-To in pictures here. Here’s How to make them: What you need: -6 pipe cleaners all the same colors (your choice) -1… read more »