Grocery List DIY Paper Wall Dispenser

I think my family is under the impression that I walk around with a grocery list and pen in my pocket at all times. They are wrong. If I had a dollar for every time someone tells me we need milk, or we’re almost out of toilet paper, or we need something, it would never occur to me we need, like popcorn seasoning … I could afford to hire a personal shopper. 🙂

Magnolia House Style Kitchen Sign

If you could go on a one-night getaway, where would it be?  I can answer that in two words … Magnolia House. I could happily just stand in front of it and stare at the front porch and gabled roof for days. Can you imagine hanging out in the living area surrounded by shiplap walls, or eating breakfast in the charming breakfast nook?  If you haven’t seen it, click here and you’ll see why I love it. At $700 a night, {Read More}

Table Setting for Fall in Non-Traditional Colors

Normally I love the earthy brown, orange, and yellow colors of fall, but this year I decided to break away from traditional fall colors, with a lighter fall farmhouse table setting. Before my mother-in-law passed away earlier this year, she and my father-in-law had started going to estate sales. She knew that I love old things and bought me a vintage tablecloth at one sale. I’ll never forget when she called to tell me she was sending it to me.  She said she {Read More}

Coffee Shop at Home Reclaimed Wood Coffee Station

   Disclosure: This post has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. This post was sponsored by Starbucks as part of an Influencer Activation. I received compensation and complimentary products to facilitate my review. #StarbucksCaffeLatte #MyStarbucksatHome #CollectiveBias During the summer when I was traveling with my family, everyone wanted to get out of the car and stretch their legs, so we stopped at a little coffee shop. The owners of the coffee shop {Read More}

Paper Towels Overload and New Wood Tote Style

Paper towels… I have oodles of them. If there’s ever a zombie apocalypse and there’s a raid on grocery stores, my family may not have a stockpile of food to fall back on, but we have plenty of paper towels. My husband found an amazing deal, and bought several cases of them. We now have them stacked in our bedroom, and taking up space in our bathroom storage closet. Looking at all of them made me want to work on more farmhouse {Read More}

Magnolia Market Style Farmhouse Serving Plank

As much as I’d love to visit  Magnolia Market, I don’t see that happening in the near future, but I did some online “window  shopping” and spotted a few things I love. One of them is their Farmhouse Serving Plank. I love that it can be used to serve food, but can also be used as a table centerpiece. It’s actually similar to the rustic table centerpiece I made  and used in the autumn (seen here) and at Christmas (seen {Read More}

Tea Kettle on a Tea Kettle … What??

My mom has a cast iron tea kettle that I was admiring at her house, and have been hoping I might find a similar one, but something lucky happened, so I got one (sort of), but didn’t have to buy it. Clear as mud, right? Let me explain…

2 Easy Projects: Kitchen Wall Art + Wall Hooks

It’s the weekend, and I always like to work on really easy projects that can be squeezed in between our weekend activities, so I have two easy projects for you that can both be made in under an hour! 2 Easy Projects: Kitchen Wall Art + Wall Hooks

Mason Jars Stencils, DIY Wood Tote + Custom Stencils

You all love mason jars, right?      Yeah, that’s a silly question! I collect old ones, and my favorites from my collection are displayed on the new kitchen window shelf my husband made me last year. Well, a few days ago, I shared a little wooden crate I had upcycled to look like an old produce shipping crate. It has the words, “Sweet Harvest Produce Co.” lettered on the side, but that lettering was only part of my newest Vintage Sign Stencil design, so I’m {Read More}

Flatware Carrier That Looks Like an Old Crate!

We don’t have a Costco where I live, so when I get the chance to shop at one, I’m like a kid in a toy store.  I want to taste all the samples, I want to stockpile commercial size containers of minced onions, and I get sucked in by cool things I don’t see in my local stores. Normally I resist the urge, because I’m either traveling by train with limited luggage, or I’m traveling with my family, and there’s no extra {Read More}

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