Welcome Sign

My backyard porch has a new Welcome sign. This idea is from Amy who has a nice blog called Home Happy Home I started with a piece of wood that I found in the woods at our cabin. It was from an old circular planter. I painted it white with the same paint we just … Continue reading

Thank you Card for Free

This week my awesome friends at work took me out to lunch for my birthday. I emailed them all this Thank you card that I got for free at Shutterfly. I just loaded the photo to “my pictures” and edited it to include the “Thank you” border. There are several choices, but I picked this … Continue reading

4th of July Mason Jar Drinks

My blue mason jars are perfect for these 4th of July drinks. I replaced the metal insert with thick red scrapbooking paper and bought some fun straws. Melanie from the blog My Sweet Savannah gave me this great idea and she gives step by step instructions on how to make these on her blog. She always has … Continue reading

Welcome Summer!

My new sign. It was easy to make. I just typed it, printed it and put it  in the frame. 😊 The idea is from an Instagram picture fom Kasey Buick. She has beautiful pictures! Have a nice weekend! xo, Marie Linking up to Serenity Now Blog

Pretty Flower Vase

A nice flower vase idea from Classic Casual Home Blog. She used a bottle of Patron Tequila for the vase. The container I found at Marshals will work nice. I added buttons leftover from when I made a Bracelet. Have a happy weekend. xo Marie

Have a Nice Easter!

There are some Awesome ideas for Easter decor from Matthew Mead, an amazing home decor design expert. Bunny Ears Mousse! Directions for how to make this sweet dessert come from the very talented Centsational Girl. Enjoy you day! xo, Marie

Driftwood Decor

 There is a nice idea on Pinterest to display special items. My special items are in the photo below. There is an arrowhead from the Lake, some seaglass and a sea shell from Crystal Cove, a mushroom made from driftwood and an acorn from Northern California and a key chain I made when I was little. I found … Continue reading