Earlier in the year I shared how painting our kitchen was on our 2018 bucket list. Well, spring break from school landed me with ten days off and tons of motivation to get things moving. In case you haven’t seen it before, here is our teeny, tiny kitchen before we painted:
Oh to be able to buy all of my clothes, furniture and housewares from Anthropologie…
This past week, I received their Spring Home catalog, and man, am I swooning. I think I may have even had a dream or two about their furniture last night…
Is it just me? Or are store-bought cards ridiculously expensive anymore?? Honestly, at this point, the card is pricey enough to be an actual GIFT, rather than something that tells who the gift is from. I love cards, and usually spend a lot of time finding the perfect one. However, in the interest of saving money, I decided to get a bit crafty this year and make my cards by hand. I’ve included a few examples here to get your creative juices flowing, as well as some supplies that will help you get the job done.
Just a few more days until those guests come knocking at your door for Christmas dinner! Are you ready?
The answer to this is probably not. There is so much to do to get ready for this holiday, and if I’m honest, rushing around is part of the fun! We’re hosting Christmas dinner this year, and I am SO excited! It’s going to be a wonderful small group, just my parents, my mother and father-in-law, and my brother-in-law. Plus me, Dave and the girls. Seven adults- I don’t think I’ve ever had such a small and intimate Christmas dinner. This is right up my alley.