Favorite Things 2019

November 12, 2019

Melissa was one of THE first blogs Liz and I discovered when we discovered blog land back in the day!  And we’ve found many new items to try out thanks to this series.  Ours are simple and nothing you probably haven’t heard of but our favorites none the less.

We do a lot of painting around here.

The simple paintbrush.  But with a short handle.  And only $5 bucks! Our favorite brush. Try it once and you’ll be sold!

Find it HERE

Peel and Stick Floor Tiles for the win!

 I recently refreshed

my laundry room using peel and stick flooring and peel and stick wallpaper.  I’m all about the ease of peel and stick.

These tiles are $1 each and I literally just stuck them over the top of my existing linoleum.  A quick, easy, inexpensive way to update DIY style.

find them HERE

Woven Nook Pillows

These are great mix and match sets that go with so many different styles.  They are pillow covers which means you can clean them and such impressive quality.  And at under $10 each you can change them out for the holidays guilt free.


Mix and match set HERE

Holiday covers HERE

Hint: Buy 20″ inserts for a nice full look.  I used THESE

Now for face decor!

Our forties are blessing us with some new skin issues and “sun spots” were blessing our faces in abundance!  I tried lots of different makeup that didn’t do the trick until my daughter introduced me to this:

Sooo good!  And if your like me, and buy your makeup the same place you buy your groceries, this is gonna be a splurge, but take it from a very frugal gal, TOTALLY worth it!  It covers ALL

the things.

Get it HERE

Now if your going to be splurging On good concealer, you want it to stay.

Introducing hairspray for the face. 😉


This keeps the fresh makeup look all day long.  Again, a splurge in my book but one that lasts a good six months.  One that once you try, you’ll be hooked.  Amazing reviews as well.

Get it HERE


We love the look of a sconce and have added them in multiple spots.  With these plug in ones you avoid the need for an electrician.

We like THESE for the best price and we’re pretty sure you’ll find multiple spots for them.

Want a different color?  Spray paint will do the trick!  THIS is our favorite gold spray paint

Twinkle Lights:  Everything’s better with twinkle lights.

We like THIS nice long strand that plugs in.

This Christmas garland is SO life like.  Liz, just got it, and it took some convincing that it wasn’t the real deal.  It’s impressive, and it’s not going to dry out on you!

Get it HERE

And last, but surely not least…..The reason Marg no longer owns an iron (Liz says I shouldn’t admit that)…..


The epitome of working smarter, not harder!  Just spray it on, smooth it out and your good to go!  #saynotoironing

Now head on over to Stefanie’s at Brooklyn Limestone and see what she’s loving this year!

See all the participants Favorites HERE


And for a quick re-cap and all Amazon easy:

World’s best little paint brush HERE

Peel and Stick floor tiles HERE

Mix and Match Pillow covers HERE

Christmas Pillow Covers HERE

Life changing concealer HERE

Makeup Setting spray HERE

Plug In Sconce set HERE

Twinkle Lights HERE

Life like Christmas garland HERE

Never iron again spray HERE






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Fall Printables

September 25, 2019

It’s printer decorating!

 Just click, print, hang and your Fall decorating is done!

Multiple prints…

Want your own printables?  Use code: FANCYFARM to get a bundle of goodies to help scatter Fall thru-out your home.  Just $9.99 for multiple prints (regularly $29.99)



Or get a BIG jump start on your holidays and get the SUPER bundle of Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentines and Easter for just $29 (that’s $91 off the regular price!)

Use code:  FANCYFARMBUNDLE for that huge savings and see ALL the prints HERE

These printables really are such a quick inexpensive way to get a lot of bang for your buck.  And the best part?  No bins of decor to store away and sort thru! It’s all just waiting for you to print!

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Fall Home Tour

September 25, 2019


We’re twin sisters, Marg and Liz.  Otherwise known as the “Fancy Farmgirls”.

And yes, those talons hurt! 😉

We love decorating for Fall, but we also love simple,

tis the season….

to grab the shears and head outdoors for the fall decor.  It’s free for the taking.  Or hit the local craft store and grab the faux guys! 😉


Plop them in a vase, light a candle and pile the pumpkins and fruit  in a few spots and call it good!

And speaking of pumpkins….

I grew every one of those myself!  It’s my first time and for sure not my last.  I’m doubling the patch next year!

Fall decor is a perfect time to bring the outdoors in and have it cozy up the house from September thru November.

We love that it just takes a few tweaks and additions of nature to do just that!

Now come on over and take a peak of Fall at Marg’s house.

Where Liz used nature to “fall-ify” her home,

Marg used the printer and some berries clipped from the backyard!

  Add in a cute seasonal sign and call it good!  No totes of decor to store or sort thru.

And if you want to be “that girl” and really be ready for the upcoming season…

check out our Fall printables!


 use Code:FANCYFARM to get these adorable farmhouse style printables for just $9.99!

Flash 3 day Sale! (regularly $29.99)

Or go big and be “THAT girl” and buy the SUPER BUNDLE and have Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentines and Easter  farmhouse style printables all ready to make the holiday decorating as simple as print and hang!

Use code: FANCYFARMBUNDLE to get ALL 4 sets of holiday printables for $29


(that’s $91 off!!!)

Now back to that Fall inspiration….


Come visit our friends and see how they are adding Fall into their homes!


Honey Bear Lane,  

Thrifty and Chic

Delightfully Noted

Sand and Sisal

Cherished Bliss

Meaningful Spaces

Old Salt Farm

The Ginger Home

We  LOVE seeing how people cozy up there homes this time of year.  Come be inspired!


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