While fall has officially arrived via calendar, mother nature has not quite caught up to speed here in Charleston. Nonetheless, I am not waiting for the weather any longer. I am slowly transitioning my home from summer… to Fall… And I am inviting you along in the process. Front Entry Sometimes, very little is
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,
I love IKEA. And I love a good IKEA Hack. When I first set out to build the entertainment center for our family room, I will tell you, I did not have IKEA in mind, nor did I ever imagine myself coming up with my own hack (usually I just enjoy the inspiration of others).
Okay, this is one of those projects I started a very long time ago, finished a somewhat-long time ago, and just never got around to blogging about until now. Which, let’s face it, is how most of my posts are going to go this summer. There are several reasons for this particular delay, mostly annoying little
I had the pleasure of throwing my little sister her first baby shower recently, and in the midst of planning and organizing and inspiration-gathering, I decided to make my own DIY cupcake stands. The idea came to me after I saw these two very creative projects on Pinterest: Wild Cat Cake Stand by A Beautiful Mess
Oh my goodness, you know how much I love decorating for kids, right? So you can imagine my excitement when I was given the chance to throw my little sister her very first baby shower! Excitement may be the wrong word. It may be a little too tame. Because I was entering dangerous territory here, people.
If you ventured over here from my Vintage Circus Baby Shower, then you know that I had lots of projects going on to make my sweet little sister’s shower colorful and fun. One thing I absolutely love creating is a great tablescape! It makes entertaining so much more enjoyable. D Now with my sister’s shower, I