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
We are so excited to be sharing one of our local businesses with you and plan to highlight a different business each month. We enjoy shopping at all of these businesses. They are all quite unique.Read More
We decided this week to share some of the ways we use old and used books in our homes. Used books are readily available at Thrift Stores and Estate SalesRead More
This is another fun DIY nest. It is such a sweet and charming nest. This is a very inexpensive project and just takes a short amount of time. This nest was inspired by one we saw in Country Sampler's Rustic Weddings Magazine.Read More
I find bird nests to be miraculous! It's absolutely amazing that a little bird with only its beak and instincts can build such an intricate little home...a soft spot to lay her eggs and raise her tiny babies. I love seeing what the bird finds to make her little home...twigs, leaves, grass, straw...Read More
Here in the Texas Panhandle, rain is something we always seem to be hoping and praying for. It's been a very dry year here, but last week, those prayers were answered, and we received the most wonderful two days of rain. What a Blessing from God!
There use to be this funny little character on greeting cards and posters named Ziggy. On one of my favorite posters, all you could see was Ziggy's back and he was looking at the most beautiful sunrise. The words below the picture read, "Go, God, Go!" That's how it makes me feel when we receive rain...."Go, God, Go!" Then, "Thank you, God, Thank You!!!"Read More
Easter is such a wonderful and blessed time of the year. It’s a time that reminds us of the tremendous love God has for us. It’s a time of rebirth and renewal.
This time of year is also when we love to get out the fun and colorful Easter decorations.Read More
For a while, back on the farm, our parents raised Rheas. Mom always saved the eggs that were not viable and emptied them using a WD40 method. In order to do this, you carefully drill a small hole into one end of your egg. Insert the plastic straw, that comes with the WD40, into the hole you drilled. Over a bowl and very, very carefully, begin spraying the WD40 into the egg. If you spray too quickly, the pressure will crack the egg. As the WD40 slowly enters the egg, it will displace the egg's contents. Mom always made sure to rinse the emptied eggs with bleach water. She has quite a collection of them. So this year, we decided to decorate a few for Easter. With a bit of imagination, some paint, paper and gilding, we got busy.Read More
We thought we would get an early start with our Easter decorations, so we searched the web for decorative rabbits. We came across some really cute decoupage bunnies. Well, low and behold, as we were walking into Home Goods a couple of days later, there were the very bunnies we had seen on the web.....and of course, we had to buy them.Read More