I love decorating for Christmas and bringing in a little more sparkle during the season. Our home is usually full of neutrals and blue, but I’m enjoying more pops of color this December. Once the decorations are up, I’m definitely ready for holiday baking with the kids (stay tuned for recipes!). I hope you […] via … Continue reading No-Knit Sweater Stockings and More…Re-Blog
https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLNxvOHHWCjFjoLDB0VoLBxsDJKMfQcdBY&hl=en_US Howdy friends! I think I have mentioned it several times lately that I am really excited for the holiday season. I have barely done a lick of shopping nor is there anything I am hoping to receive except joyful times with family and friends! I started decorating yesterday (for the first time ever before … Continue reading Thrifty DIY Christmas Decorations: A Reblog
Today, I'm not writing a long post. I am letting this amazing infographic speak for itself. Please read it. Understand it. And remember it this holiday season.
We're halfway through the holidays. Thanksgiving is a week or two behind us and Christmas is just three weeks away from today. In the south, 'tis the season for all things sweet potatoes. This is an easy recipe to make--peanut crusted sweet potatoes.
I’m talking trash today! 🙂 I have two Christmas crafts for you, and both DIY Christmas Tree Cones are made with supplies you might regularly toss in the trash – soda cans and milk cartons. Thank you to designers Debi Schmitz and Kathleen George for sharing with us ways to decorate for Christmas that involve […] … Continue reading Recycled Christmas Crafts From Soda Cans and Milk Cartons
Spread some holiday cheer when you create a chandelier wreath to add warmth to your dining room. Your dining room is an important gathering spot during the holiday season. It's where you join with your family and friends to dine, share stories, and stuff yourself with pumpkin pie! Adding a chandelier wreath will add a touch of elegant holiday decor.
This easy taco soup offers you hearty and perfectly balanced flavor in a flash! Days are getting hectic as we count down to Christmas. We need meals that are flavorful, nutritious, and comforting.
Thanksgiving is only a few days away, and it's time to share my secret recipe for Peanut Pie. It's rich, decadent. In the South, we have a saying when something's this good: "Slap Yo Mama!". This pie is so rich, so decadent, and so satisfying it makes me want to cry when I take a bite.
With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, it was time to come up with a plan for what our dinner table will look like. I decided to see if I could create a tablescape without buying a thing and just using what I have on hand. Being partial to blue and white, I began with […] … Continue reading A Blue & White Thanksgiving Table That Didn’t Cost A Penny!