Growing Lettuce In The Spring

Growing lettuce is one of my favorite spring gardening projects. There’s nothing like walking out your back door, ripping off a piece of lettuce, throwing it into a bowl and having lunch. It makes me feel all green and organic like ....more

Farmhouse Friday Storage Ideas Edition

Welcome to another edition of Farmhouse Friday where we discuss all things farmhouse and old. ...more

It’s Electric Boogie Woogie Woogie

Ready for a good old-fashioned “thrift store finds” post? ...more

Craft Ideas Using Vintage Hankies

My grandmother must have been one snotty person. She died when I was fairly young, but one of my biggest memories of her is that she always had a hankie or two stuck in her ample bosom. At first sniff, she’d whip one out from her bra to wipe her nose or my nose and then stuff it back where it came from ....more

DIY Seed Packet Refrigerator Magnets

Sometimes you need a simple, quick and easy craft. ...more

Pansy-licious Spring Table Decor

(Pansies) Viola x wittrockiana – Full sun to partial shade – grows to 6-12″ Still haven’t DIY’d your spring table decor for Easter? You do have table favors, don’t you? What? ...more

Making Tulips Last Longer

A few weeks ago, I was mindlessly looking at Pinterest (my favorite hobby) and ran across a pin from Melissa at The Happier Homemaker called How To Keep Tulips From Drooping. First of all, her blog name, The Happier Homemaker, just brings back warm and cuddly memories of watching Betty White’s character, The Happy Homemaker, ...more

Farmhouse Decorating Style

I’m so excited to be part of a fabulous group of bloggers who are starting a monthly series discussing farmhouse style. ...more

Vintage Style Garden Decor

Vintage style garden decor makes my heart go pitter-patter. Which is a good thing, because you really don’t want your heart to NOT go pitter-patter. Because then someone really should be calling the paramedics for you! ...more

Early Spring Flowers That Can Take The Chill

Ranunculus (Ranunculus asiaticus) – full sun – grows to 12-18″ Put snow shovels away. CHECK. Remove skis and ice skates from front porch decor ....more