Putting together a Thanksgiving tablescape is something I enjoy each year. I love mixing and matching items I already have to create a new look. Combining some vintage items with some dollar store and thrift store find makeovers can help you create a unique look for the holiday. . . .
It's getting close to Thanksgiving so that means it's time to dress up our dining table for the holiday. We don't have a large gathering for Thanksgiving, but I like to set a pretty table with place cards. For holiday gatherings, having place cards just adds a little something special to the . . .
I've admired pine cone wreaths for a while and finally decided to take the time to make one. It was easy to put together and I only ran into one tricky part with the placement of the inner circle of cones. Since the low country of South Carolina doesn't have an abundance of pine trees that drop . . .
Some trips to the thrift store are futile, but some days I find a few items that i know I can give new life to. For $2.99, this dough bowl I found at my local Goodwill needed to come home with me! I love having trays and bowls with seasonal decor in them throughout our house. I have a bin full of . . .
I've put the finishing touches on my dining room for Thanksgiving. Combining vintage dishes with a few DIY projects and adding in a couple of thrift store finds gave me the look I wanted. I love gold tones for fall and Thanksgiving. . . .
Creating place cards for a family gathering of only eight people is not something I've done before. I've really never given any thought at all to the idea. It seems a little unnecessary, but after seeing so many cute ideas on lots of blogs this season, I decided that I wanted to do something this . . .
With the end of October approaching and our fall crafts prettily placed throughout our homes, it's time to start planning for Thanksgiving. Getting a head start on shopping is something that makes the day stress free for me. Procrastination just doesn't work for me. My husband and I are so happy . . .