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Tips and Tricks in prepping and decorating your front porch for Halloween to impress your guests. It’s that time of the year again – when the evenings draw in, the leaves turn a beautiful golden hue, and there’s a crispness in the air. Halloween is just around the corner, and if you’re anything like me, […]

halloween front porch


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The best kind of party favors are the ones that practically cost nothing. Love these two super easy party favors for the kids on the 4th of July.   Sparkler party favors What kid doesn’t love sparklers on the 4th of July!? Simply buy a few packs of sparklers and print off this super cute 4th […]

4th of July party favors


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One of our favorite Mexican restaurants in Hilton Head does an amazing margarita flight board. So this year, we decided to recreate our own for Cinco de Mayo! Here is a little step-by-step on how exactly we did so! Supplies Needed The first thing we did was measure our glasses to see exactly what size […]

diy margarita flight board


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I recently gave my sister’s sunroom/playroom a little facelift. The area is right off her kitchen, and honestly, it was a bit of an eye sore. She had been using it as two functions: a sitting area but also a kids room. However, when it came to the sitting area side of it, it wasn’t […]


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The easiest DIY holiday place settings! It’s the week of Christmas and I have a list of million things to do. I didn’t think about place settings until today. And with it being so last minute, I was determined to find materials around the house to make some. I had some leftover vellum paper from […]


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This year for my Thanksgiving table setting, I decided to go with some neutral décor. Lots of greenery and some pops of orange. I already shared my DIY orange slice name settings in an earlier blog post. If you haven’t seen those or are interested in how to make them, go check them out! I […]

table setting using a faux garland and some eucalyptu to achieve that neutral grenery look for the tablescape


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If you’re anything like us, you have plenty of scrap wood at your house and if you’re anything like me, you’re constantly trying to find new ways to use it up. These DIY Christmas gingerbread houses were a perfect opportunity to do so. So let me walk you through how we made these cute little […]


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We host Thanksgiving every year at our home. Coming from a large family this can sometimes feel like a big burden. I always stress about table settings because I am me and I always like to do something different every year. This year I decided to do dehydrated orange slices, and I couldn’t have been […]


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If you know me, you know I love baking and making crafts. This project is a fun mix between the two and is one you can make ahead of time and use all winter long. It’s pretty common to see these cocoa bombs at the store, but some of the prices on an individual one […]


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I think it’s pretty common in most families to put out cookies and milk on Christmas Eve, however growing up we used to sprinkle reindeer food in our front yard as well! This was one of my favorite memories as a kid around Christmas time, so I wanted to make sure to pass this tradition […]


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I love Anthropologie, don’t get me wrong! – I just don’t always love their pricing.. This is why sometimes I make it my mission to get inspiration by going into the store and seeing if there is anything I love that I know I could make for less. Last year I saw the cutest little […]


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Holiday simmer pots are one of my favorite things to do during the holidays. Whether its putting one on while putting up Christmas decorations, simmering one while watching Christmas movies or throwing one on before company comes over, these are always a holiday staple. Not only do I love to simmer one in my own […]


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One of our good friends recently hired a contractor to renovate their kitchen. Her vision was to turn her outdated kitchen into a French country-themed kitchen with earthy tones, a stone backsplash and warm gold elements. However, her contractor informed her that he was uncomfortable installing a stone backsplash or open shelving, so Noah and […]

How to Install Stone Backsplash