It has been raining for nearly 4 days here in San Marcos and it is glorious. Everything is finally turning green! Despite the rain, I decided to go to one of my favorite places yesterday morning, Wimberley Market Days. It … Continue reading
Today is the third day in my decorating series and I am really enjoying myself! I don’t think I have ever blogged this much in such a short amount of time. Are you having fun making your own holiday decor? … Continue reading
Top of the morning to ya! I’m having a wonderful Wednesday morning, hope you are too. I was looking through some old pictures and found this one of our first Christmas tree.
This was when we lived in our apartment. Ahh, I love those memories.
Today, I’m going to share a tutorial with you that I can’t fully lay claim to. I found this tutorial on Miss Mustard Seed’s blog and tried it for myself. I have never owned an official tree skirt before this year but have always used a Saree Joel bought me while he was in India. So, I super excited about this tree skirt and I have to say I think I created one of the cutest ruffle tree skirts San Marcos, Texas has ever seen! It reminds me of lingerie from the 1920’s! I do have to warn you if you plan on making a ruffle tree skirt set aside 3-4 hours because it is pretty time consuming.
I put my own spin on it, instead of using all one material like Linen, I alternated with burlap, lace and scraps of material I already had.
If you don’t have scraps of material and want inexpensive material, you can buy a twin size flat sheet from Wal-mart.
DECORATING TIP: Choose a color scheme for your tree and use that to determine the ornaments you use. Hang unconventional items like I did with an old spur or antique door hardware. I made sure these items kept with the style and color scheme for my tree.
Ok here we go! I’m so excited to share this series with you. This series will consist of tutorials for simple holiday decorations and some of my holiday decorating secrets. Today I will show you how I made my vintage … Continue reading
The first day of October hit and I just couldn’t wait to climb up into the attic and pull out all my Fall decor. I had seen a tablecloth similar to this done somewhere and it has been on my home decor … Continue reading