The weather is starting to feel like spring time here in Charleston. Our temperatures have been climbing into the 80s. It's time to put away all of the wintry decor and bold colors and bring out the pastels and pretty pops of cheerful spring time colors. This Spring Blooms Wall Art is a great way to . . .
I've put the finishing touches on my fun St. Patrick's Day Tablescape. It's a mixture of DIY projects, dollar store items, and some items I had on hand. It all came together for a festive tablescape. I'm ready for a little luck of the Irish with this St. Patrick's Day Tablescape with Napkin Fold . . .
I'm putting together a fun St. Patrick's Day tablescape and these mini steins are perfect for a candy favor for each place setting. Adding stickers, ribbons, and candy give them a festive touch for the holiday. These definitely fall into the quick and easy category! . . .
I'm jumping in to decorating for St. Patrick's Day this week. This is one of those holidays that for me means fun, whimsical, and festive decor is called for. Making this Whimsical St. Patrick's Day Wreath was both easy and budget friendly. Using items from the Dollar Tree kept the cost low. . . .
Welcome to the February Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop! The purpose of this hop is to motivate us to not just hoard pins, but to make it happen! I'm delighted to be participating in this month's challenge. Our weather is warming up and I'm getting ready for spring time! First up for spring time . . .
Happy May Day! Spring is in full bloom and whether you're decorating with faux flowers or fresh ones, May Day has always been a day to show off some floral decor. I found a long wall basket at Goodwill recently and even though it was black and not at all spring like, I knew all it needed was a . . .
We've enjoyed seeing all of the the spring time ideas that were shared at our Celebrating Spring Link Party! There was lots of inspiration for Easter and all things spring. Thanks to all of you who shared your posts with us. Today, we're featuring some of our favorites. . . .
A pretty tablescape for Easter dinner is always fun to put together. This year, I'm using mixed metals and bunnies for our dining table. A combination of gold, silver, rose gold, and pink complete the look. For me, creating a pretty tablescape adds some joy to any special occasion. . . .
A couple of years ago I repurposed an empty wine bottle to use as a vase for some spring branches. When I got it out to use this spring, I decided to give it a little update. Now, I'm using it as an easy Easter Egg Floral Branches decor piece. Don't toss your next empty bottle! With a little paint . . .
I've been seeing some super cute bunny crafts and decided to make one, too. I had an idea in mind for how I wanted mine to look, but I wasn't sure if I could find the items I would need. I was happy to have found them and couldn't wait to put it together. Rather than making a wreath, I wanted to . . .