A glittery, pedestal pumpkin made from odds and ends and thrift shop items.
How to make an easy DIY hanging centerpiece. A few boards, some rope and a bit of creativity make up an elegant, but rustic focal point for Thanksgiving dinner.
Loaded baked potatoes are delicious. Mashed potatoes are the ultimate in comfort food. How about an easy recipe that combines both? Baked Smashed Potatoes.
I love to change up my mantel for the seasons. A way to do this quickly is to decorate using items that are easily interchangeable or are reversible. Double sided artwork and a little spray paint can make it happen in just a few minutes.
When hitting the Halloween clearance section, don’t just look for items to use next year, be on the look out for things that you can use right now when decorating for Thanksgiving. In this case, glittery Halloween hairspray.
I love decorating with sticks and twigs. There are so many options! The best part? They’re usually just laying around, waiting to be picked up.
OK, maybe not 50, but it sure seems like I did a whole heck of a lot of pumpkins last fall. As autumn approaches and we gear up to go into another fall season, I thought I’d do a quick recap of last year’s pumpkins.
My dining room is too small to fit the 15 to 20 people that come over for Thanksgiving dinner, so I always host it outside on our patio. Living in Southern California, it’s usually safe to do this. However, this year there were cold temperatures (62 degrees. brrr!) and a threat of rain. (Yes, yes, […]
I love to play rustic items against the sparkle of silver and glass. Makes me happy and the two really play off of each other that way. I put together this little grouping of sparkly glass and silver on the buffet in our dining room. I especially love, love, love the rusticity of the sticks […]
I’ve got something for both groups of readers today! I just finished another piece of artwork for Thanksgiving. (I actually used the flip-side of the Raven artwork, so it’s 2 holiday art pieces in 1! I is smaaaaht!) I’m happy with how it turned out. While I was cutting out the contact paper letters**, Mitch […]