Farmhouse Window Box and Guest House Flower Bed | Junk Garden Series

Farmhouse Window Box and Guest House Flower Bed Junk Garden Series Project #5 I hope you aren’t tired of seeing my junk garden decor, because I’m still plugging along with a few more projects. This week I worked on a small flower bed in front of my guest house, and I love how it turned out.

Lemon Inspired Rustic Table Centerpiece and Fresh Homemade Lemonade Recipe

A lemon-inspired spring table centerpiece that’s bursting with bright yellow spring color and a fresh homemade lemonade that will have you counting the days until summer! There are so many life lessons you can learn from the simplest of things … like a lemon.

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Weekending | 15 Spring Projects to Welcome the Season

I know some parts of the US have gotten nasty weather lately and it doesn’t seem like it’s almost spring, but working on some spring projects is a great way to pass the time until it really feels like spring. I’ve rounded up 15 ideas to get you started! Last year I made this Flower Seed Packets Home Sign and it’s time to hang it up again.  I added coat hooks on the sides to hang small buckets, so it’s not just {Read More}

Spring Garden Decorating in the Farmhouse Guest Room

It’s less than a week until the first day of spring, so I removed all traces of winter from my guest house and decorated with a fresh spring garden theme. I loved my woodland winter theme, but I’m so over winter!

Walking On Sunshine Spring Cleaning

My oldest son’s fiance is coming to visit this weekend, so I needed to dig in and get started on my spring cleaning. I don’t deep clean often enough, but company is a great motivator!

Spring Flowers Apothecary Jars with Refreshed Printable Labels

Buying myself a bouquet of spring flowers is right up there with getting my nails done or treating myself to lunch. As the L’Oreal commercial says, I buy them, “because I’m worth it.” 🙂 Flowers make me happy.  They look beautiful and they smell great. I never buy bouquets that come in the basic glass jars.  There are far too many of them sitting on thrift store shelves already (but they make great toilet brush holders). Instead, I like to make {Read More}

seed packet printables & shop talk

In between working on several new projects on Monday, I kept running out to the mailbox – waiting to see if the mailman had brought some beautiful antique seed packets I ordered. If there was a “who has the brownest thumb in the world” contest, I’m pretty sure I’d be a top contender, but I still adore flowers and anything with flowers on them, so I had to buy these seed packs. They are originals from an early 1900’s seed store, and the images {Read More}

Fresh Flowers, Spring Chickens, Placemat + Pillow

No, no, NO!   That’s the answer I’ve given my kids every time they ask if they can get another animal. When my kids were little, I was all in favor of having lots of animals, so each one of them got their own dog, my daughter also got 2 horses and a cat, and another cat adopted us that we kept (you can see him here). But now that they are older, my rule is that they are welcome {Read More}

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