It's that time of year when we may feel caught between two seasons. Thanksgiving is over, but we are not ready to start decorating our home for winter yet. That doesn’t mean that some of us have not already started searching Pinterest for seasonal decor or scoping local websites for something new and interesting for the holidays. Here is a super simple way to add fall decor to your table or kitchen island without committing to the winter season!
Thanksgiving may look different this year since we won’t be hosting large groups in our homes, but that shouldn’t stop you from making your table beautiful for your social bubble! Read this week's blog for my best tips for styling your Thanksgiving table!
I’m a sucker for summer, and I always try to hold onto every last minute of it… but it’s time to give your planters a refresh for fall! The good news is you don’t have to get rid of all your summer plants. If you still have some that look good, you can incorporate them into your fall planter – especially if it’s a trailing plant. Grab your supplies and follow along with me!
All of our classes for this fall and winter will be available for you to take part in at your convenience in the privacy of your home. These workshops will get your home ready for Thanksgiving, Christmas and winter celebrations. I will send you a kit (or have it ready for pickup) filled with everything you will need the day before the workshop is scheduled. And, if you can’t make it, you will have access to the recording for a week after. Spaces are limited!
When the days start getting longer and the hope of the snow melting grows stronger, I want to do anything that is spring inspired. I feel like when we fill our homes with spring, the outside will start to show it as well. That’s where this fun spring planter that I created comes in!