Do I Have A Funny Story For You! You know when you have a recipe that is so delicious, you want to share it with all of your friends?! The kind of recipe that has been in your family for eons and you’re absolutely positive that everyone you share it with is going to make […]
When I was growing up, wreaths were only a big deal around the holidays. When Christmas would roll around, all of our doors had a wreath hanging, and so did a few of our walls. I remember my sweet mama would take down pictures so that she could hang a wreath in its place, and all of our wreaths were made by my grandmothers.
I must say, I do follow in my mom’s footsteps with wreaths, but I do extend my wreath hanging season, and I start hanging my them the minute autumn comes into play. I love to create them, whether I use greenery, or pinecones, or faux stems, or even in this case, nuts.
I’m going to show you how to create a fall festive nut wreath that will outshine all of your other fall wreaths!!
The footings have been secured for my garden house, and I could not be more elated!
We’re cooking with gas, folks! RTB stopped by to hang with us for the day, and secure the concrete footings for the garden house. And, although one would think – and I market myself a research queen – that this project would take, maybe, a half day tops, would actually take a full day.
A long day.
Like a lunch, snack and dinner type of day with a few 15-minute breaks stuffed in.
Come and see all of the progress we’re making on the garden house build!! Few steps make for huge progress!!
When I talk about fall and planting and I make the comment of “bring me allllll the plants,” I mainly mean, bring on the mums. I so enjoy them because they represent fall in all their colors. I like a mixture. Yellows and rusts, burgundy, purple and whites. Bring ’em all on. Let’s talk about what you need to know before buying mums.