You know how I love to share a quote with you on Tuesdays – and I always love sharing an image to go along with it – but this week I wanted to introduce you to a wonderful resource for inspiring quotes
I am making a big change to how my magazine is being distributed and want to share the details with you. Please note this will ONLY EFFECT iPad USERS. First, let me tell you why I’m making this change. It’s pretty exciting news!! I have recently been approached my a national magazine about a position with them. Yep! Can we say DREAM JOB!?! Now, I have no idea if this will come together or not, it’s way too early to tell… but this possibility has caused me to look at some of the details with how my magazine is being published and what would happen if I was given a chance like this and didn’t continue publishing my magazine.
Do you remember when you were little and got to order Shirley Temple cocktails (or actually mock-tails) when you went out to eat? (Surely, I’m not the only one!) I used to love that!! Over time I forgot how much I liked them but for some reason they popped into my mind this afternoon and I decided to make one. In a word: YUM!
Welcome to another edition of Blogs I Love!! Today we are heading to Texas for a fabulous visit with Anita, author of the charming blog: Cedar Hill Ranch! If you aren’t familiar with Anita’s blog then prepare to be enchanted by her big Texas heart and her beautiful home filled with lots of French accents – très jolie!
This is a view of her back porch and I don’t know about you but I could spend a week soaking it all in!
I am pretty obsessed with monograms. I have lots of letters adorning everything from papers to fabric and of course decor accents all throughout my home. A while ago I made this moss covered letter as a tutorial for a wedding project but I loved it so much that I hung it in my home! I thought you might like it too, so here’s my tutorial… I believe that monograms are a great way to personalize your space or your celebration. Best of all, they are very easy to make with this tutorial for a DIY Moss Covered Letter. Here’s what you need:
My powder room was a pretty neglected space in my house until recently. I just couldn’t decide what to do in here which left me with a blank slate. I got so tired of looking at it but it has a weird ceiling and I just felt stuck (and a bit uninspired) but I think I was mostly procrastinating because I didn’t really have a “vision” for the space. I finally decided to “just do something already” so I began hunting around through my random bits and pieces to see what I could come up with.
Lucketts Spring Fair is coming!! Lucketts Spring Fair is coming!! (I’m a little bit excited!!) And as if that fact alone weren’t enough – some of my most favorite bloggers on the planet are going to be there!! Miss Mustard Seed, Funky Junk Donna, Karen The Graphics Fairy and Miriam from HomeTalk! Ah-mazing, right?!! But wait, it gets better…. HomeTalk is giving one lucky blogger a free weekend getaway!! You’ll receive transportation to Lucketts from anywhere in the country, a two night stay at the gorgeous Lansdowne Resort in Leesburg, VA and two days to shop the best antique market in the country! I am SO excited!!! It is Saturday, May 18th & 19th and I am SO there!
Today we are taking a tour of a truly lovely blog: Finding Home. This blog, authored by my friend Laura, is filled with wonderful ideas and home decor tips and advice that will leave you truly inspired and anxious to tackle all kinds of new projects in your own home!!
One of my recent favorite projects of hers are these adorable homemade soap bars made with lavender and goats milk! I can’t wait to try this myself!!