It’s that time of year again! The leaves are turning, the mums are out, there’s a crispness in the air, and the holiday entertaining season has begun!
Today is all about planning your Thanksgiving Tablescape (centerpiece and place settings) as well as other Fall entertaining ideas for table decorations, food, and drinks.
Who’s got the time to spend days decorating the yard for Halloween? You want a big effect, but don’t want to spend a ton of time doing it. Well, I’ve got some quick ideas that have a big impact!
Welcome to Part 3 of my 4 Part Series on Halloween! Today is all about DIY Halloween Costumes! I’ll take you step by step through our Rocket Raccoon and Groot costumes from “Guardians of the Galaxy”, but at the end I’ll also go over some ideas for easy and last minute costumes.
Are you planning a Halloween Party this year? Here are 13 ideas to help you decorate your dining room (with many general decorating ideas) and present an elaborate Halloween buffet.
It’s Fall and that means it’s time for all things Halloween! Halloween is my favorite holiday and I love coming up with new props and projects each year. This post “DIY Smoking Cauldron with Glowing Coals” is part one of a four part Halloween-themed series. The next three posts will include DIY Costumes, Extreme Pumpkin Decorating, and Halloween Party Buffet and Decoration Ideas.
Summer isn’t over yet! Most kids have a few more weeks of summer before heading back to school, so here are 9 Fun Summer Activities to sneak in before September!
It’s SUMMER! You may have heard me mention this before, but I’m as happy as Olaf at the thought of summer. Time to sit out on the deck with friends, sip on some drinks, breathe in the smell of cut grass (or the ocean if you’re very, very lucky), and exhale.
Today we are visiting the wonderful and magical world of summer cocktails. I have a feeling this is only part one of the cocktails series as I found many more recipes that I wanted to share, but we can start with these 7 amazing summer cocktails!
Summer is finally here! Bring on the BBQs, outdoor summer fun, and sunshine! Hooray! Yipee! Can you tell it’s been a long winter in New England? I’m sooooo ready for some warmth and sun!
The 4th of July is just around the corner, so I’ve been busy making crafts and decorations with a patriotic theme that I can’t wait to share with you. I’ve also put together a bunch of 4th of July party ideas including food, drinks, and fun activities for the kids, so let’s get started!
When life gives you snow, make an ice bar! I live in an area that gets a lot of snow and around the beginning of March, I start to get the snow crazies. I’m ready for Spring, but with each new March snowfall I start to get a little bit more twitchy. It was during one of these March snowfalls that I was looking into our backyard at a large snowdrift and thought, “that would make a great bar!”