Otherwise known as “throw it all away”
time over here! Normally we Purge first, (love that part)!
Then organize, (hate that part)!
Then make things cute! (LOVE that part)!
Yet time and again, we find ourselves
in the middle of a hot mess!
We’re trying a bit of a backwards approach this year and seeing where it gets us. Come see our first room re-do of the year at
And find out how I got my way on the design plan. 🙂
And if you’d like a little help in the bed making department with your kiddos…….
We got you covered! Life changing zip up bedding from
They’re solving life’s first world problems one genius idea at a time!
Come see it in use in our little girl’s bedroom makeover
And if you’d like some more bedroom inspiration visit Brooke’s stinkin cute room Here
One of my favorites for sure!
We can’t believe Christmas is just days away! We’ve got the front porch all decked out.
With all the fresh greenery, it smells divine.
But step inside and
Today, We’re sharing our favorite Christmas scent for the inside.
This stuff is amazing!
It will fill your house with all the Christmas smells.
Plus, bottle it up, and it makes for a perfect last minute neighbor gift!
Head on over to All Things Thrifty where we’re sharing our recipe.
And then come back here where we’re sharing one of our favorite Christmas treats.
Christmas Candied Pecans
Just fair warning, you wont be able to eat just one! This recipe comes from our good friend Jen.
She shared them with us a few Christmases ago and I’ve been making them ever since.
Candied Cinnamon Pecans:
1 egg white
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. water
1 c. sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
Combine egg white and water. Beat until stiff.
Add pecans, coating well.
Add sugar, salt and cinnamon, coating well.
Place on cookie sheet and bake at 300 for 25 minutes (stirring after 15 minutes).
Store in an air-tight container.
Put them in a cute little tin and you’ve got a perfectly addicting treat to share.
We hope you enjoy the scents and tastes of the season.
Merry Christmas to you all!
We hope your enjoying and counting your blessings today.
We are over at All Things Thrifty today sharing how to pull
together a very last minute Thanksgiving table scape by raiding nature for free supplies!
She’s full of them this time of year.
Head on over to see what we started with and how we put it together.
It’s simpler than it looks!
Then come back here and see how we take the same basics and transition them into Christmas with just a few minor changes.
Head on over! You have to see the “before”, before you see the “after”
We’ll be here for you.
Simple changes? Yes. Totally different look? Yes!
Red berries replaced the orange berries.
Pinecones replaced the pumpkins in the little pots.
And pomegranates for everyone!
Our kids eat these like candy!
The basics of the arrangement remained the same. Just a few minor changes for a complete different look. That’s working smarter, not harder!
The greenery in the light was replaced with evergreen boughs and the same rose hip berries added.
Ribbons on the chair wreaths were simply replaced with festive red and white striped ribbon.
Christmas time is both magical and who are we kidding,
Simplify where you can while still keeping the fun holiday decor.
Not having to completely redo the decor for each season is one way to simplify.
Just a few simple changes will take your seasonal decor from one season to the next.