Another year and time to look back on all that was accomplished.
The ball dropped in January …
I showed off my muddy mudroom.
Reminiscised about about my childhood and created a Love Is wreath.
February was all hugs and kisses …
The center of my life was revealed – my farmhouse kitchen.
March – roared in like a lion …
Spring had sprung and my umbrella wreath made it’s debut.
I personalized a dollar store plate with song lyrics.
Peeps wreath for Easter was all sugary sweetness.
April poured inspiration …
May days brought sunshine …
And my dresser planter.
My family room was revealed.
I shared one of my prized collections – vintage loving cups.
June brought hazy days of summer …
One of my prized possessions – an antique wallpaper pasting table.
I showed off my foyer transformation.
The place I sip my famous margaritas – my patio revealed.
And how I grow my garden in vintage mop buckets.
I lit up my patio with DIY solar jars.
July brought lazy days …
and a welcoming guest bathroom.
My journey to Brimfield had me bringing home treasures.
An ugly vase was turned into a glimmering candle holder.
August brought the heat …
My bathroom got a boost with vintage silver storage.
September brought …
and my fall porch
and I turned $1 plastic pumpkins into music sheet planters.
A fall centerpiece took center stage.
Halloween crept in with some mummy votives.
I toured the Paris of the South – Asheville, NC.
November gobbled in with …
a paper bag turkey centerpiece for the kids.
A Halloween house tour took center stage.
Combination bathroom/laundry room was revealed.
An arachnophobia wreath frightened the neighbors.
And a halloween dinner frightened guests with a swarming spider tablecloth.
November brought …
Simple pine cone place settings adorned my table.
The scent of the season came with monogrammed orange pomanders.
A gift anyone would love – monogrammed drinking glasses.
Wrap your gifts in style with these DIY gift bags from any paper.
December’s elves brought …
The best rosemary walnuts with a kick recipe for your guest.
And ended in my Christmas House Tour.
Whew, I’m exhausted just reading this!
Here’s to looking back on a great year and looking forward to what’s in store in 2013!