Phase 2 of our Master Bedroom Makeover is in the books and one more room in our home has been banished of Builder Beige! Remember a few weeks back when I shared our paint color dilemma? Well, we landed on Creamy Mushroom. Doesn’t that sound like a delicious bowl of soup to enjoy on a cool Fall day? It also happens to be the delicious new color on our bedroom walls!
Some seasons, you’re feeling your wreaths, and others, you aren’t. That’s the case this Fall. I’m just not feeling the Fall wreath I made a few years ago. But when I came across this owl wreath in Country Living Magazine, I knew this was it. So I set my sights on creating my own version of this DIY Owl Wreath to Fall-i-fy my front door!
One of our favorite standby meals around here is tacos. I mean, it doesn’t get any easier, or tastier, than seasoned meat, tortillas, and toppings! So turn tacos into soup and we’re totally on board and our bellies are in love. I’ve been making this Spicy Taco Soup recipe for years, and it continues to be a favorite. It’s easy, quick, filling and delicious. Does a recipe get any better than that!?
A few weeks ago, I shared my Modern Fall Mantel, and today I’m sharing another Fall-i-fied space in my home: the entryway!
Initially, I wasn’t going to change up the entryway decor. It’s pretty much looked the same since its first big style overhaul, which you can see here, and again here. But after playing around with the mantel, I couldn’t help but rearrange some items in the entryway. And then before I knew it, I’d re-styled the whole thing!
In addition to the monthly “challenges” coordinated by our Silhouette Challenge group on Facebook, the team also coordinates quarterly swap events. The “late summer” swap was for DIY gift tags. I don’t know what it is about gift tags, but I love ‘em! And I love to make ‘em!
It’s been nearly a month since I shared a sneak peek of the start of our Master Bedroom Makeover, but we’ve made a ton of progress in that time! I shared a couple of looks at our window trimming project here, but today I’m giving you a full step-by-step tutorial of Phase 1A, also known as How To Replace a Window Sill.
Now that it’s officially October, I’m in the mood to add some more seasonal touches to my home.
I put a poll up on my Facebook page last week asking which people would rather see: A.) my Fall home tour or B.) a simple Fall craft. B won by just a single vote! (Don’t worry, I’ll do a home tour too!). So today, I’m sharing a super simple craft to make your own Autumn-inspired art using pressed leaves.
I’m bracing myself to be shunned by nearly all of humanity when I admit this, so here goes nothing… I’m not a fan of Pumpkin Spice Lattes. *runs and ducks for cover*
I love pumpkin spice and pumpkin flavored things: pumpkin pies, pumpkins cakes, pumpkin muffins and cupcakes and all number of other pumpkin-flavored baked goods. I like to enjoy my pumpkin baked goods with a nice warm cup-o-joe. I just don’t like all the pumpkin flavor dumped into my nice warm cup-o-joe.
But pumpkin spice plus a couple of scoops of creamy vanilla ice cream? Ooooooh yeah, now we’re talking!
Today, folks. Today is a pretty cool day. Today, the epic “Swap It Like It’s Hot” Flea Market Swap is happening. Twenty-six bloggers. Twenty-six crazy-cool upcycled and repurposed projects. I mean, does it get any more awesome than this!?
How does it work? Well, it’s sorta like a Secret Santa for swapping junk! Except, you know who has your name. Buuut, the twist is that you don’t know what you’re getting!