With gathered pieces from our home and nature, see how this rustic nature fall mantel made our home ready for Fall.
Lilacs are one of the first flowering bushes in our area and I enjoy gathering Lilacs to make arrangements to place in the rooms of our home. I also love the way they fill the house with their delightful scent. They never last long but with a few simple tips I have learned I how I can keep fresh cut Lilac branches in our home.
Learn how to make these small Christmas trees in a tin can using real greenery.
How our family celebrates Christmas in a slow, simple and meaningful way without stress, and overspending on gifts.
Learn how to take a plastic battery operated window candle and make it look like an old candle. Using wax, you can create an affordable primitive country window candle that is battery operated.
Use gathered and foraged fresh greenery to create this simple DIY Christmas swag.
These easy to make scented Christmas salt dough ornaments are the perfect touch to a homemade Christmas feeling. Gather the children because this recipe is easy enough for them to participate in and you probably already have all the ingredients in your kitchen.
Use nature inspired fall elements this holiday season for a rustic farmhouse table setting! With branches, acorns and brown moss, this minimal, rustic, fall table setting is simple yet festive!
Warm and cozy throw blankets are a must have in our home during the colder months. The children wrap up in them to cozy near the fire, read a book or take an afternoon rest. I enjoy curling up under them with a hot cup of coffee in the early mornings or even wrapping one around my shoulders for a few minutes to sit on the porch.
Welcome to the beginning of fall decorating in our home! I hadn’t planned to do much this year but I picked up a new to me side table the other day and decided to pull some natural elements together to create this Fall side table vignette.