This summer I decided that my mantle needed a change. And that change came in the form of an oyster painting. Now I don’t just go out and buy a new piece of art every time my mantle needs a little pick-me-up, so this particular painting is a Kelly Hedlund original. Ha! And since I
Okay, so before we begin, let’s just address the fact that clearly I am a liar. Back in January, I offered up (with high hopes, mind you) that this blogging year would be the Year of the Ugly–the year I invite you into my home, amidst chaos and full-on-project-mode, to view the raw and unfiltered
Okay, before we start this easy tutorial, let me share with you a few things. My bedroom is a pain in the rear. It is not a room I am necessarily ready to share with you, because it is nowhere near where I want it to be. It will get there, and I do have
Here I go again, flaunting my newbie status, posting about Halloween in November. Ha! But regardless of my slow-pokedness, the Hedlunds do love some Halloween. And this year was no different! Plus, we had my sister, brother-in-law, and nephew visiting, and I am telling you, they pretty much nailed Halloween this year! Loved, loved, loved their costumes!
This year–with a little push from my youngest–I decorated for Halloween. In the midst of making spell books and spooky potions with my little one, I decided to make a (more grown-up) Halloween banner for my mantle. I have forever loved this Halloween Banner seen on Pinterest. Seriously, every time this pin pops up, I swoon.
We South Carolinians love our state flag. I mean capital L.O.V.E. If you’ve visited anywhere in South Carolina, I guarantee you’ve seen it. It’s on everything. Mugs, belts, hats, flip flops, decorative license plates. I’m telling you, people love it. And how can one not? A palmetto tree. A crescent moon. For a state flag,
So, I was walking through Home Goods this past November, checking out all of their wonderful Christmas decorations, and I came across a set of two gorgeous Birch Cone Christmas Trees that I instantly fell in love with. The only problem… They were $40 each. Yuck. Did I really want to spend eighty dollars on cone trees?