Annie Sloan Chalk Paint is my jam! If you follow me, you know this to be true. Her paint makes my world easy! So, for this piece, I decided to mix two colors…Duck Egg and Old Ochre to make a lighter wash of blue. Lovely…that’s all I have to say! Then the details are Old… Continue reading Chalk Paint: Sideboard
You were overzealous with your egg dyeing….three dozen eggs for two kids to be exact! Now what? Hello!! Egg salad….not a fan?? Well, not until today! I have a recipe that will make even the most skeptical egg salad aficionados begging for more! First, I peeled four of my lovely pastel dyed eggs. They were… Continue reading Egg Salad is Eggcellent!!
Shirt / Jeans / Shoes (similar here) / Necklace (similar here) / Bracelet (similar here) / Coffee Mug I love family time, and I love the holidays! BUT no holiday is more magnificent to me than Easter! Everything is blooming and green, and there is sunshine and rain, and new growth and new promise and new purpose! Everything is… Continue reading Easter in Photos
There are so many treats and fun things to do at Easter, but I love some great bunny bait! So cute and simple….and it combines my favorite of sweet and savory! I made these treats last night for my little’s school Easter party! Here’s what you will need: Cheddar bunnies or goldfish Colored popcorn Pastel… Continue reading Bunny Bait!
Who needs hamburgers when you’ve got lamburgers??!! I usually cook a leg of lamb for Easter, but this year we are trying a more casual approach and choosing to enjoy extra family time instead of cooking so much! First, start with a great apron! I love the ones from Anthropologie! And they make the most… Continue reading Lamburgers for Easter!
Sundays are for church, family time, and striped shirts! This cold shoulder version is great to dress up or down, and I especially love how cute it is with white or colored jeans! Here, I simply went for comfy! Finishing off with neutral flip flops, a taupe crossbody bag, and a chevron necklace! Effortless perfection!… Continue reading Striped Shirt Sunday
When we moved into our house, the previous owners left these great black pedestal flower pots! They are very pretty and stately, but they were this flat black color, and I felt they needed a little updating to pop against our brick house. Chalk paint to the rescue! I used Annie Sloan French Linen as… Continue reading Even Pots Need a Makeover!