Fresh Fall Tablescape

I’m so excited to host a Thanksgiving dinner for the first time! I’ll be shadowing my mom in the kitchen as she passes down family recipes and we incorporate new dishes and traditions. I personally love unexpected seasonal colors. For my first thanksgiving I decorated with shades of blue and brass. Get the look: First […]

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A Very Blue Thanksgiving

It’s a time for friends, family and feasting!! This year I’m hosting my first thanksgiving!! I’m bringing out BLUE everything; china, cook ware, decor and more for this special day. The only thing that won’t be blue is the mood! Let’s start preparing! First things first! Check out my mood board below and Pinterest for […]

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Flannel Forest Tablescape

Bundle up Texas! The first frost is coming!! It’s time to bring in your cactus, make hot cocoa and plan your Christmas decor!! Also the Christmas music has already started on Star 102.1! I personally wait till after thanksgiving to decorate for Christmas but I always plan ahead. I wanted to share a tablescape idea […]

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Starbucks Iced White Chocolate Mocha DIY

Enjoy a Starbucks White Chocolate Mocha from home! I’ll admit I have a Starbucks addiction. I have been known to drink one everyday…oops! This added up to over 2,000 dollars a year invested in Starbucks. You’re welcome? When you drink something every day you begin to notice that each barista makes your drink a bit […]

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Cleburne, TX Antiques

We took a quick trip to Cleburne, TX to run an errand and found a wealth of antique shops! It was only a 30min drive south of Fort Worth. On entering the downtown square we passed a small car show and an outdoor flea market. The town is full of history and shopping that could […]

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Halloween charcuterie board

Happy Halloween!!! Are you ready for a treat? A charcuterie board is a great way to feed your guests and get creative! I helped my mom create this creepy charcuterie table for her office festivities! What you’ll need Table set up Ample containers. We used chalk labels to identify the contents. Platters or chargers. We […]

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