nother year has come and gone and last year was filled with a ton of projects, recipes and inspiration. I always enjoy putting these retrospectives together because it's not only fun for me to look back on my creative offerings but I think it's a great chance for you to catch up on any of my projects and ideas you may have missed throughout 2014.
I've included a series of mosaics featuring all my posts from last year along with corresponding links for your convenience. Enjoy the look back.
The Year in Review 2013|Nana Banana's Cinnamon Rolls|Thanks Mom-Favorite Ad|From Fabric Scraps to Fabric Envelopes|Vintage-Inspired Handcrafted Fabric Note Cards|Eiffel Tower Sugar Cookies|Sweetheart Cookies|How to Miter Fabric Corners|Flatware-Inspired Embroidered Napkins|Linen Organization|The Embroidered Attic- Jacobean Embroidered Pillow|Spring-Inspired Cookie Gift Sack|Mason Jar-Inspired-Animal Cookie Gift Jar|Blueberry & White Chocolate Muffins
t may be getting quite chilly outdoors but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy some gardening. In fact, Winter gardening is a cinch when you're growing Paperwhites.
As you'll see throughout Day 5 of my 22-day COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SERIES, Paperwhites not only satisfy those Winter gardening urges, a collection of them also make for a thoughtful and most unexpected holiday gift.
ow can you not go oooh and ahhhh over a sight like this. I recently woke up to this adorable sight on my front lawn. So cute, right?
As adorable as these fawns are, I must say they equally destructive (along with their parents) when it comes to chomping on practically anything within their reach, especially my roses.
ne of my favorite pleasures of the season is small-scale gardening.
Every year I grow a small herb garden on my back deck and it's so much fun to tend to a fast-growing assortment of herb plants.
This year, I'm also sowing many of my own seeds and throughout this post, I'll show you just how easy this part of the gardening process can be.
ust because it's cold outside doesn't mean you can't have fun gardening this time of year. You just have to bring the green-thumb efforts inside.
That's an easy task when it comes to Paperwhites which are not only easy and fun to grow, but also a beautiful, fragrant addition to your holiday decor.