A Guide to Cheese Boards

Assembling a Cheese Board

It’s the time of year for parties and potlucks and gatherings, which, of course, means that cheese boards abound.  I flock to cheese boards whenever they are available. It is my firmly held belief that all occasions are appropriate for a cheese board.  I love that they are easy to prepare ahead of time, people … Continue reading A Guide to Cheese Boards

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3 Easy Fall Tablescapes

fall centerpiece

Because fall is a time for gathering, here are three easy table ideas to gather your loved ones around. 1. Neutral Fall Minimalistic, neutral, natural, rustic. Think white pumpkins and lush greenery, with lots of browns and natural tones. Linen Napkin, White Pitcher, Leaf Napkin Ring, White Votives, Wood Place Card Holder, Placemat Yep, use your pitcher as your centerpiece. … Continue reading 3 Easy Fall Tablescapes

Canvas Drop Cloth Curtains: How To Get Chic, Affordable Curtains With Hardware Store Drop Cloth

drop cloth curtain

If you've ever looked into the cost of curtains, you know that they can be expensive. And since most rooms require more than just one curtain, updating window treatments can end up being quite a costly change. Enter: drop cloth curtains. Using pre-cut, pre-hemmed canvas from your nearest hardware store, you can get chic, crisp, … Continue reading Canvas Drop Cloth Curtains: How To Get Chic, Affordable Curtains With Hardware Store Drop Cloth

Sugar Hand & Body Scrub

Sugar scrub in jar

This post contains affiliate links. Every year, I get something which I have (not-so-fondly) dubbed November Hands. Come November 1, without fail, my hands get exceedingly chapped. My fingers crack, and my cuticles turn leathery and peel. I'm pretty sure in a world with no calendars, I would be able to tell when November began based solely on … Continue reading Sugar Hand & Body Scrub

DIY Christmas Candle Ring

Christmas candle ring with white candle

I did it! I made it until after Thanksgiving to decorate for Christmas. This feels like a win to me. You see, I'm the type that likes to hold off on all things Christmas until after Thanksgiving. Husband, however, thinks it's perfectly acceptable for Christmas celebrations to begin in October. This is a major point of disagreement … Continue reading DIY Christmas Candle Ring