On Black Friday Silhouette is going to be having some amazing deals on their machines and accessories. So if you are thinking of buying one for someone for Christmas (hint, hint hubbies – your wife wants one!) wait until I announce it and use the code “IHEARTIC” to get the discount. But before the Black Friday craziness I thought we’d start off by giving away a Silhouette Cameo to one lucky reader!
Hello beautiful people. Today I am going to show you a very SIMPLE holiday gift for the grandparents, or better yet, the great grandparents. Because let’s be honest, usually great grandparents have everything they want already. Thus making them difficult to buy for. But one thing they always seem to love is pictures of their grandbabies.
Today I am going to show you a really basic Mod Podged ornament that you can even make with the kiddos. Using pre-cut wood shaped frames makes it super simple and a great way to preserve in time your favorite picture of your kiddos year to year.
I discovered this adorable bedroom featured at House of Turquoise, in a home designed by Nancy Twomey and Jamie Salomon. The thing about this room that really intrigued me is that it is a shared room. Smart design choices give this room flexibility and staying power. I found some great tutorials and ideas from other bloggers that can help you create a similar room without the designer price tag.
So we left Dr. Eyrich’s office armed with a boatload of supplements to try and regulate her system and get her immunity strong again. I could tell within three days of her being back on the supplements that her body was getting stronger.
Laura from Finding Home is back to share her wood slice mini wreaths with us. They are super charming and a way to bring some rustic into your table or wall decor. Laura loves natural and reclaimed elements in her home. I can just imagine her family (who I have met!) enjoying a meal around this gorgeous table setting. And there is no need to chop wood yourself – read on to find out how she did it.
If you missed Part 1 of my story about the La-Z-Boy Design Dash click here to begin reading. So it is now Thursday morning, the day we get to design a room around the La-Z-Boy sofa we customized at home. Each of the bloggers bay looked a little different. Some had brick, windows or doors in it. Mine was one of the larger and wider rooms with two French doors in it and a white planked floor. I arrive to my bay to see a director’s chair with my name on it, my sofa and painted walls. Eeeeeeek! Talk about slightly intimidating.