We’ve all seen the infamous farmhouse style magnolia wreaths made popular by Chip and Joanna Gaines from HGTV’s Fixer Upper. They are hard to miss because they are everywhere!!!
Personally, I like magnolia leaves and the magnolia wreath concept, but they are a bit plain for my taste and have become very common. If you’ve been following me for a while, you probably know my style – the bigger, the badder, the bolder, the better!! Continue reading “How to Make a Eucalyptus Wreath with Burlap Ribbon”
Anyone else grow and love hydrangeas as much as I do, and would love to have them around the house all year long? We’re in luck, drying hydrangeas is the answer. Continue reading “How to Dry Hydrangeas”
Have you noticed all the velvet pumpkins in the stores this season? They are beautiful and a perfect Fall decor accessory for the home. But have you also noticed the price tags? Continue reading “How to Make Velvet Pumpkins”
I’m back again to talk about milk paint. I really love this stuff! I have posted a couple articles about using milk paint (HERE) to give ordinary household items a farmhouse chic or a modern update (HERE). Continue reading “More Milk Paint Ideas”
Milk Paint is awesome! This decorating tool has fast become a favorite of mine. If you’re following my blog, you read my recent post on using milk paint to update items around the house (HERE). In this prior post, I painted a pair of candlesticks, from black to white. Continue reading “Using Milk Paint to Paint Books and a Vase”
Milk Paint has been around for a long time, but why are we hearing more about it these days? Milk paint gives furniture an aged and antique look that you don’t get from latex paint. It is also easy to distress. Many people are painting old pieces of furniture with milk paint, giving it a modern, and aged rustic appearance. Continue reading “Decorating with Milk Paint”
Reuse..reuse…reuse. Why replace when you can reuse an old piece of furniture to bring it up to date. Everywhere you look, there are articles and information about repurposing, recycling, and reusing. Continue reading “How to Update Furniture with Paint”