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, You guys know I have this thing for pillows. Most of the pillows I make are your typical squares or rectangles. But occasionally I get to make a more fun shape like a bolster or neckroll. At 9″ in … Continue reading
While trying to decide which detail to highlight this week in our Lovin’ Those Little Details series I realized I use a LOT of ruffles. Tons of ruffles. Tiny ruffles, large ruffles, double ruffles, ruffled corners, ruffles with flanges, big … Continue reading
Vintage and Sentimental. That would be the key words to describe Libby and Josh’s wedding reception. When we asked her what she’d like to use in the reception Libby’s wishlist included burlap, baby’s breath, vintage dishes and glassware. We began … Continue reading
This June, we made our yearly trip east along I-40 (A drive I could almost make with my eyes closed) to visit my family in North Carolina. This year we were celebrating a very special event. A wedding!
Today I have two entirely different valances to show you, both of which are lined in red. I’d say maybe 5% of the window treatments I make are lined in a color so it’s definitely not the norm but in … Continue reading
Several times here on the blog I’ve confessed my ongoing battle with color vs neutral. Last year, we had the Color vs Neutral: Christmas Edition and debated the possibility of a split decorating personality.