These garden totems add such a wonderful pop to your flower beds and flower pots. They are a quick and easy DIY.Read More
We've been seeing so many of these beautiful prayer flags all over Pinterest. It is said that they emit positive vibrations and that their prayers, dreams, hopes and wishes are carried by the wind across the countryside. We decided to make a couple of our own flags.Read More
There is such a wonderful array of cloches. They can be made of chicken wire, metal, plastic and terra cotta, but the most popular is glass. We both enjoy using cloches ... we love to find ways to use them in our everyday décor and seasonally.Read More
These quilted hearts are a quick and easy project...just in time for your Valentine's décor or they're perfect left out all year long. These hearts are made from old quilt remnants, but they would also look great made from vintage fabric.Read More
Christmas is such a wonderful and beautiful time of the year. All the lights, colors and sparkle just make it seem magical. Celebrating with friends and family is always so special. Celebrating the birth of our Savior makes it spectacular!
We've been working vigorously preparing our homes for the holidays and wanted to share a bit of our décor with you. Hope you enjoy the tour and find some ideas and inspiration.Read More
These little wreaths are so sweet! They're small enough to hang on the back of a cabinet door, chair or perhaps a mirror. These are a really easy DIY project and quite inexpensive to make. Ours are made using pages from old hymnals, but any book will do.Read More
Christmas Villages have been around for centuries but the Cardboard Christmas Houses have only been around for 130 years or so. These little glittered houses make such a great addition to your Christmas décor. They're quite easy to make but do take a bit of time.Read More
Just love these vintage shakers we're seeing on Pinterest. These are quite easy to make and take a very small amount time. They add such a vintage elegant look to your décor. These are perfect for holding photos, place cards, food labels or little inspirational cardsRead More
Nothing screams autumn like pumpkins and we have a plethora of them to share with you along with a bit of our autumn décor. Some of the pumpkins we've made, others we've purchased and of course, we always buy a few from a local vendor.Read More
Moonwater Market is owned and operated by the extraordinarily creative Marci Abrahamson. Moonwater offers interior decorating, custom drapes, bedding and upholstery. The Market is full of beautiful home décor, repurposed and vintage finds. Marci has such a beautiful spirit and heart. She has the incredible knack of taking everyday found objects and turning them into works of art. You'll be amazed at what she can do with the simplest treasures.Read More
The Autumn feel inspired us to get a head start on some fall crafts. We enjoyed making and displaying our Patriotic Shabby Flags so much, we decided to make one for AutumnRead More
This month we are so proud to be sharing Live Oak Boutique with you. This is an online stationery and gift boutique that is owned by Kayla Currier. Kayla is such a talented and creative young woman. She has a beautiful and joyful heart and a life that is centered around her love for Jesus.
Live Oak Boutique offers scripture cards, journals, greeting cards, art prints, stationery, bookmarks, printables, and gift sets. Her beautiful products encourage joy, radiate love and imprint scripture on the heart. The products from Live Oak Boutique are designed to draw you closer to God and foster loving relationships with the people God has put along your path.Read More
I wanted this chair to have a bit more umph, so I pulled out my old Decorative Painting books in search of the perfect look. I chose a piece from Helen Cavin. Helen was a personal friend of our family and such a delightful and precious lady.
What a lovely little sweetheart this chair is now!Read More
You are absolutely going to love Milk House Market and its owners, Liz Gingg and Crystal Moroney! After spending just a short bit of time with these two ladies, their passion for God, family, and home becomes very apparent.
Milk House Market is all about creating a home you love with unique and inspiring finds. They offer a variety of farm house décor with a mix of vintage pieces that are simple and timeless.Read More
We both have a thing for small accent chairs. We pick them up whenever we can. They've come from thrift stores, Craigslist, garage sales and estate sales. We are always looking for a chair that is a bit unique, perhaps has pretty legs or beautiful detailing.Read More
If you've read any of our posts, you know our favorite places to shop for our crafting projects are thrift stores. We are so fortunate to have a wonderful thrift store right here in Hereford. The Hereford Senior Citizens Thrift Store, located at 1306 East Park Avenue, is the local business we would like to share with you this month.Read More
One of our favorite things to do is to find ways to use vintage and discarded finds. These birdhouses are the perfect way to do just that. Once again, thrift stores and garage sales are your best friends when it comes to projects like this.Read More
We've been seeing these great shabby flags on Pinterest and absolutely love them. So of course, we felt a need to make one. These are a wonderful way to use some of those scrap fabrics, ribbons, buttons, etc., you have stored away in your craft room. We're assuming you hoard those items like we do!Read More
The local business we are choosing to share with you this month is Lone Star Home & Garden. Lone Star has been owned and operated by husband and wife, Ricky and Stacie Lloyd, since April of 2003. It is located at 1302 West Park Avenue in Hereford, Texas.Read More
We wanted to share some jewelry cabinets we transformed. These are great little pieces and can be used in so many waysRead More