This farmhouse utensil holder has served our family for over a year now. I took a thrift store cast off and painted it for a fun addition to our kitchen. This is a super simple project that anyone can do. The trick is to look for a shape you love at the thrift store and ignore the color!
Did you know that you can create a chipped paint finish at home? I am going to give you a technique for creating a lovely, rustic, farmhouse finish on everything from furniture to accessories. The supplies might surprise you but you are certain to get great results from this technique. If you have any old candles around your home, save them! Yep we will be using them as one of our supplies to create a chipped paint finish.
Today I have a tutorial for you to create this rustic wood sign with Krylon. This is part of a sponsored series with Krylon and is actually the last post in that series. It has been so much fun working with them this year to create some great items with spray paint. This may be one of my favorite projects that I have created using Krylon. It looks absolutely amazing in person and believe it or not it is super easy to make. So follow along below to make your own for your Christmas decor this year. [Read more…]
I am going to share my Christmas mantel decorating ideas today with the help from At Home stores. I partnered with them this holiday season for a series of posts on Christmas decor. I have enjoyed every single post and love this latest one as well. I know y’all will love my Christmas mantel and the best part is that you can easily recreate this in your home with At Home Christmas Decor. [Read more…]
Welcome to my home y’all! I am going to share my farmhouse Christmas tree with plaid ornaments today. I have been working hard on the decorations for this tree and I can’t wait to show you. This post is sponsored by Cricut in conjunction with Balsam Hill. All projects and opinions are my own however.
I am in love with the plaid trend this Christmas. I have been making some plaid Christmas crafts already and thought it would be fun to round up some ideas from some other blogs as well. I will be sharing even more this year so y’all want to stay tuned. Trust me you don’t want to miss it! The combination of plaid and burlap is going to be making an appearance over and over again around here. It is time for a rustic farmhouse Christmas and plaid will be taking center stage.
I created a rustic Christmas place setting with items from a new to me store that y’all are going to love. I am excited to partner with At Home for a Christmas decor series this year. I am starting with this place setting but there will be more At Home Christmas Decor to come so y’all stay tuned. Are you ready to see the items I picked up and get inspired for your own Christmas dinner party? If you have never heard of At Home, be sure to read on about the wide selection and everyday low prices you can find there. Almost everything you see in the pictures is from At Home. The white plate pictured below is from my china but otherwise you can grab everything you need at an At Home store near you.Those gorgeous gold plate chargers are what started my thoughts flowing on this Christmas place setting. I then found those too perfect deer dessert plates and knew exactly how this rustic table was going to be set. The burlap place mats with the deer in the corner were a perfect addition. I love all things burlap and was happy to see tons of rustic decor like this as well as elegant decor when I shopped At Home. Most of the Christmas decor is divided up into decorative themes so it makes it easy to find and shop your style. Of course mixing and matching is encouraged! I personally loved the Holiday Hoedown collection. The jingle bell napkin rings come in a set of four and are the perfect addition to any holiday table. I also found the napkin I used in the At Home Christmas section. It is actually a tea towel but worked perfectly in this scenario as a napkin. The wine glass and coasters were found throughout the At Home store. I love mixing items that are not just for Christmas. These coasters can be used all year! I cut the hanger off of a small deer ornament to decorate the Christmas place setting. I also grabbed a box from At Home to add in a fun favor for the meal. Wrap it with a bow and finish it off with a wood letter for a fun place marker. Everyone will know where to sit at dinner plus they get to go home with a small party favor. At Home is the one-stop-shop for customers to design their whole house – every single room. They have a huge selection of Christmas decor but also rugs, furniture, and so much more! This was my first trip and I was really excited about the selection. I know I will be back! At Home also offers 101 Varieties of Christmas Trees. The At Home tree lot covers an acre of fun with over 100 trees. At Home has a large in-store tree selection to touch and feel. Each tree is curated because of a unique feature and every tree in the store (with the exception of 1) is exclusive to At Home! They just might have the Tree for Me. Have you ever shopped an At Home store? If not, what are you waiting for? Trust me you will want to find a location near you. After all, this Christmas place setting can be complete with just one trip!
I am so excited to share my fall mantel courtesy of Kirkland’s Home. Plus they are also sponsoring a $200 gift card giveaway that one of you can win! Read about my mantel first, scroll down to see more Kirkland’s #fallfinds inspiration, then enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post. I spent about $150 on my mantel so you can definitely pull off the same look if you win the giveaway!
This is one project y’all are going to love. Did you know that you can paint your own rusty sign from items you have in your spice cabinet? It is such an easy technique and one that anyone can master. So decide what vintage looking sign that you want and grab your supplies today!
I made some changes to my rustic farmhouse gallery wall in the family room and thought I would share them with you today. I love mixing rustic elements from a farmhouse with more modern prints. I found a print at Minted I just had to have and so the change just happened over a few days.