Top 13 Projects of 2013

As we prepare for a new year, I thought I'd share a look back at the top projects of 2013. It was a special year for us building a new house and growing our business. I'm looking forward to what 2014 has in store!  

Let's look back at some of the most popular posts on my blog. These are in no particular order. Click on the highlighted text to view the original posts.

It's been a wonderful year and I couldn't be more blessed to have such supportive family and friends in my life. I'm really looking forward to 2014 and excited for the fresh start in January! Thank you all so much for visiting my blog and continuing to follow along. 

Wishing y'all a happy and blessed new year!

Linking to City Farmhouse, Twelve O Eight, Funky Junk, Common Ground, The 36th Avenue, and Unskinny Boppy.


Fresh Greenery Picture Frame Wreath

Make this simple fresh greenery wreath with an empty picture frame.

What you will need:
  • Twine
  • Scissors
  • Extra Tree Clippings
  • Empty Frame
  • Decorations and Ribbon

1. Start with a frame of your choice.

2. Collect fresh greenery clippings.

3. Lay the greenery against the frame in a thick cluster, cover the sides and front so the frame doesn't peek through.

4. Wrap the twine tightly around the greenery and the frame, all the way around.

5. Cut the extra twine ends and trim the branches where needed.

6. Decorate with your desired ribbon and ornaments. 

Thanks for visiting.

I'm sharing at Clean & Scentsible and Create Craft Love.


Christmas Home Tour

Welcome to our home!

As you walk in the front door our main tree greets you with accents of gold, brown and burlap. This year I wanted to stick with natural textures, fresh greenery, metallics, and touches of red mixed in.

Moving to the dining room. It's simply decorated with fresh wreaths, magnolias, and antlers. There is nothing like the smell of fresh cut greens.

Moving on to the kitchen nook which is open to the kitchen and living room with a wonderful view to the back patio.

Next is the living room. The mantel is decorated with fresh and faux greenery, grapevine garland, and red berries. Simplistic and natural materials make a big impact for a lot less. 

I was excited to add a tree in our master bedroom this year. It's decorated in all red.

This spare bedroom is right off our living room. I added a couple of festive touches in the room. We repurposed two 1800's distressed doors into mirrored closet doors. They have so much character and detailed molding.

This year I added a fresh green arrangement in the half bath for guests.

Moving upstairs to my office. The bookcases, sitting area, and my desk are sprinkled with a few simple Christmas decorations.

I hope you enjoyed your visit to our home. I'm so glad you stopped by! 

Merry Christmas.

I'm sharing at Liz Marie, The Shabby Nest, Craftberry Bush, French Country CottageFunky Junk Interiors, Nifty Thrifty Things, TwelveOEight, Three Mango Seeds, Silver Pennies, Jennifer Rizzo, Stone Gable, A Stroll Thru Life, Winthrop Chronicles, Hi Sugarplum, Homework, Not Just a Housewife, Clean & Scentsible, Someday Crafts, Simply Designing with Ashley, Common Ground, The 36th Avenue, Nesting Place, Coastal Charm, and Twigg Studios.


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