Hello, friends! Today I’m sharing all the “deets” on my clock wall. This project was a vision that I got in my head after purchasing a vintage clock face earlier in the summer at Vintage Market Days of Atlanta. I knew I wanted to do something using clock faces, but wasn’t quite sure what exactly … Continue reading The Clock Wall
Hi there, friends! Thought I’d hop on today to share a few Friday Favorites for this month, and I’ve got a little bit everything within this post. So let’s jump right in! 1. Gold/Brass Utensils I've been seeing gold and brass utensils more and more, and I actually picked up a set for myself when I … Continue reading Friday Favorites
Hi friends! Thought I'd share this quick revamp of some of my thrifted finds! I found these horse bookends that look kind of large chess pieces a few weeks ago at Goodwill in Oakwood, Ga. I've seen similar ones in stores like TJMaxx and Marshalls, and thought I could give these a quick refresh. (And … Continue reading From “Neigh” to Yay!
Hi Friends! Thanks for checking out the blog today. For Mother's Day this year, I decided to go with a "Lemon" theme after deciding to make a Lemon Bundt Cake from Joanna Gaines' new cookbook "Magnolia Table." (You can read more about that HERE.) I remembered seeing a really pretty lemon-printed table cloth in Homegoods … Continue reading A Summer-Scape for Mother’s Day
Have you picked up your copy of Joanna Gaines' new cookbook? If you haven't, you really should! It has lots of great recipes, like this Lemon Bundt Cake. I decided to make this for Mother's Day this year, and it was my first time baking a cake from scratch. I was nervous I was going … Continue reading Lemon Bundt Cake from “Magnolia Table” Cookbook
Hi friends! So, this is a little late, but too cute not to post. For Easter this year, I semi-fixed this cake for our family lunch, and it turned out so cute! I ordered this cake from Publix, so they took care of the baking and icing... but I wanted to springify it! (That's a … Continue reading Easter Cake!
Guys!!!!! I am so, so happy with how this turned out! You know when you get an idea, and you have a vision in your head of how you want it to turn out. For me, it’s rare that it actually comes out that exact way, but this time it did! I just finished this … Continue reading DIY Farmhouse/Cottage Style Shelf
Hi Friends! Thanks for checking out the blog today! Thought I'd share a quick DIY for making this Valentine's banner out of old book pages. All you need is a book (this is an older one that I picked up at the Salvation Army for just a few cents!), a hole-punch, a pair of scissors … Continue reading DIY Book-Page Heart Banner
Looking to add some Christmas spirit to your door without breaking the bank? Try making your own wreath with evergreens/branches/berries from your yard! All you need is a grapevine wreath to use for the base and some gloves. The grapevine I've used is from AtHome and is one of their larger ones, but it was … Continue reading DIY Christmas Wreath
Hi Friends! So, in case you didn't know, I do quite a lot of thrift store shopping. From Goodwill to Salvation Army and everything in between. And I love it when I find a good deal. A few weeks ago, my mom and I found this table at the Salvation Army in Gainesville for $15, … Continue reading Thrifted Finds: Table Edition