Black Friday Giveaways, Sales and Uncommon Gifts

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!  Are any of you planning to hit any Black Friday sales? I stopped going to stores on Black Friday years ago. I don’t do super late nights, crazy early mornings, crowds, or packed parking lots. I’d much rather shop online, stay home in my sweatpants, and eat leftovers all day. 🙂 Whether you love Black Friday sales or prefer to stay home like me, I’ve got several wonderful giveaways for you today, as well as online sales and unique {Read More}

Holiday Shopping Guide | Farmhouse Style

Have you started your holiday shopping yet? I’ve only purchased a few things and am struggling for gift ideas for most of my family. What makes it even harder is that my daughter has a Christmas Eve birthday, and my youngest son’s birthday is in January, so I really need to get busy. I thought it would be fun to put together a holiday shopping guide of things I love, because I know many of you love farmhouse style as much {Read More}

Woodland Christmas Guest Room Tour

I’m going to test your literary knowledge today, okay? I’m going to quote a paragraph from a book, and you see if you can tell me what book it’s from. It’s a classic, so I think most of you will know it. Here we go …

Birch Tree Bark Trends I’m Loving Right Now

“I’d like to go by climbing a birch tree~ And climb black branches up a snow-white trunk Toward heaven, till the tree could bear no more, But dipped its top and set me down again. That would be good both going and coming back. One could do worse than be a swinger of birches.” ~ Robert Frost Here’s a little known fact about me. I’m a tree hugger. No, I’ve never chained myself to a tree to save it from {Read More}

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Wagon Wheel Farmhouse Christmas Candle Chandelier

I’ve got an upcycled wagon wheel project to show you today.  But first can I whine a little? Yesterday was one of those no good, very bad, everything-seemed-to-go-wrong days. It started out great. The sun was shining, the weather was warm, and I woke up raring to get to work …               … and then I slammed my finger in a door.

Handmade Christmas Ornaments | Three to Make in a Day

I rarely, if ever, share two blog posts in one day.  But when I was invited to participate in a fall seasonal harvest tour, and 31 days of handmade ornaments, on the same day, I couldn’t say no. 🙂 I’m the blogger for day #5 of handmade ornaments (the links to the bloggers for the whole month are below). I started out having a hard time deciding what kind of ornament to make.  But then I found these binder clips and {Read More}

Country Living Inspired Flour Sack Stockings

Months and months ago,  I spotted some farmhouse style Christmas stockings via Country Living that were the picture of farmhouse Christmas perfection to me, and I’ve been wanting some like them ever since, and I finally have them!

Farmhouse Christmas Tree and Gingerbread House “Issues”

I wanted a  simple farmhouse Christmas tree with lots of handmade ornaments this year.Our Christmas tree is far from magazine perfect, but when I finished decorating it and my oldest son saw it, he commented about how nice he thought it looked. If it meets with my family’s approval, that’s really all that matters.

Christmas Traditions and $100 Balsam Hill Giveaway

Some Christmas traditions are fun, some are sentimental, and some are celebrations of our faith, and today I’d like to hear about your favorite traditions – whether it’s decorating gingerbread houses, visiting a living nativity, or setting out cookies for Santa. I can’t wait to hear yours! Balsam Hill is hosting a Countdown To Christmas blog tour, with 25 – $100 gift card giveaways (I’ll tell you more about that in at the end) and today’s my turn! If you are visiting {Read More}

Red Barn + Christmas Decorating Ideas in the Kitchen

Do you remember that beautiful red barn I photographed in the summer (seen here)? Well, I had 2 big empty spots on my living room wall when I sold the repurposed drawer shelves (seen here) so I made 2 canvas photos to fill the empty spaces. I took the barn photo, and our current family photo to Staples, where they turned them into engineering prints for me. When I got  back home, I turned the engineering prints into photo canvases (tutorial here) and hung {Read More}

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