Living in a small two-bedroom apartment can make decorating for the holidays difficult. But, I’ve been able to find just the right decorations and just the right sizes to make it look festive.Continue reading
Are you wrapping your Christmas presents yet? I’ve got some whimsical Christmas tags that will make your presents even more special.Continue reading
The Poinsettia plant has been a Christmas tradition for decades. But, how can you best take care of this plant so it lasts through Christmas and New Years? Today I’m giving you some simple Poinsettia care to keep them looking their best.Continue reading
Do you have a plant lover on your Christmas list? I’ve put together a list of Christmas gifts for the plant lover in your life and I know they would love anything from this list!
I have to confess that I’ve had my Christmas decor up since the first week of November! I know that’s early, but I want to enjoy them longer than 3 or 4 weeks. I love combining my vintage collections with new and old Christmas decor.
It may only be the beginning of November but I already have my tree up and just about finished decorating the rest of my home. One of the ways I love to decorate is printable wall art.
It’s officially November and I’m in full holiday mode! I’ve been busy creating my Holiday Collection 2017 and I’m so happy to share it with you today.
Christmas seems to have come much sooner than usual this year. I barely put the Halloween decorations away and now we’re prepping for Christmas dinner!
But, I did manage to get in the studio and create a frosty inspired art journal page. Considering the temperature here in Phoenix is in the upper 60’s, frosty is not something we get often.
I’m so happy to have a project featured in Jo Pearson’s 103 Christmas Crafts digital book!
It’s available now for instant download at Bella Crafts Publishing.
My project is the button Christmas tree that is framed. But, there are so many wonderful projects to choose from that you will use this book year after year.