Happy November loves!! With the cool weather in full spring here in New England I have been littering our home with fresh pumpkins. And this gorgeous three tier tray from @vintagefarmhousefinds is no exception. I've been eying this beauty for a while now and I was jumping for joy when I opened this happy mail. Click the link in my bio for details #harvesthometuesday #vivalavignettetuesday
Keveissä osakulhoissa voi tarjoilla makeisia tai säilyttää kynttilöitä. Katso Viherpihan ohjeet ja askartele oksista hauskat kulhot!
Providence Ltd Design - ProvidenceLtdDesign - Christmas In July
Don't you love the simple elegance of this #decor? Thanks for tagging our Tulip Tray Beth! #decoratingideas
DIY Twig Wreath ~ Shape heavy rusty wire into a 4" circle (old wire coat hanger or use small wreath form). Collect twigs, make bundles using more wire - leave enough wire to fasten to circle. Trim bottoms so bundles are about 6" or 7" long. Make 15 or 20 bundles (this wreath took 17). Attach bundles one at a time, laying them horizontal with the wire frame & overlapping each.
Fixer upper style farmhouse wreaths for all budgets! The best sources to find cotton, boxwood, magnolia, berry, and floral wreaths (and more!)
The wide, shallow basket is a great way to keep things together. You can clear countertop clutter by putting it in a pretty basket tray.
A green garden with grey water - i like this idea but from the grey water of rinsing dishes.
Conserve precious rain water and save money by making your own rain barrel. Use it to water your plants and lawn -- 1 inch of rain falling off a 1,000 square foot house can equal about 600 gallons of water! Don't let any of that go to waste! DIY instructions here: http://www.ehow.com/how_4604915_make-rain-barrels.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage