Recently my oldest daughter graduated not only from high school but with her two-year degree from the community college. Getting your high school diploma and your college degree at the ripe age of 18, we wanted to do something to help celebrate this accomplishment. We decided to give her vintage country shabby chic party. We hosted it at the farm that she has worked at for the past three seasons. When I was going about trying to figure out how to decorate the card and present table I came across
I loved to spend time on Pinterest but when I am looking I am always trying to figure out how to put my spin on things that I find. When I was revamping my laundry room, I wanted to replace the artwork in there. But there was no way that I could have afforded to buy new laundry room art. I was strolling through Pinterest one day and happened to find some chalkboard art. I thought why can't I make some of my own. I had some framed art that I thought why can't I reuse this and to
Remember the trick I taught you here. Well here are some sure fire ways to make your fresh flowers last. First, did you know that roses have something called guard petals? If you aren't sure what they are they are the outer petals that tend to turn brown or wilt quickly. You know what I am talking about, sometimes the flower bouquets in the store get passed over because the outer petals are just less than desirable. Who wants to spend their hard earned money on flowers that look dead?
Champagne Style does not need to mean that you have to break the bank to create it. In my first post about how to create this style and to show you how simple it is to obtain, I am letting you know anything can look fabulous if you add some gorgeous flowers to your décor. If you think that you cannot make your own floral arrangements then you are wrong. Having fresh flowers can bring even the dullest space to life. Here is an easy way to make your own arrangements. First you need to invest in