This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BakeHolidayGoodness #CollectiveBias Holiday sweets are one of the best joys of the season, right? From cookies to handmade candies, everyone has their favorite. In our family, one of the big favorites is fudge. My grandma passed down her fudge recipe to my mom, and then she passed it down
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SutterHomeForTheHolidays #CollectiveBias The following content is intended for readers who are 21 or older. You’ve seen the piñata cakes on Pinterest, right? The ones where you cut the cake open and candy spills out? Well, I rarely eat cake but I do love cheese, especially around the holidays.
Every year I fall in love with the holiday decorations at my favorite stores like Target, Anthropologie, and Pier1. A few years ago, I started trying to live with less. After being faced with hard decisions in my personal life, the entire way I look at buying and decor has changed over the last 3 years. As I talk to my friends, it seems more
This blog post was sponsored by Starbucks but the opinions are completely my own based on my experience. You know the holiday season is here when Starbucks starts serving delicious coffee, tea, and warm drinks in their iconic red cups. There are lots of ways to bring the warmth of the holiday season into your home, like making holiday decor to create an inviting place to
Walnut Hollow and DecoArt provided product to me to write this post. This blog runs on Starbuck’s chili mochas so when you click on the affiliate links in this post and buy the awesome stuff we linked to, the shop pays us coin to keep the latte power on. All opinions in this post are 100% my own. Painting plaid sounds easy but if you
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SienteGlade #CollectiveBias I grew up in a family with American grandparents on one side and Mexican grandparents on the other. Everyone gathered at their own tables but these days, we all gather at just one. The experiences at both houses were really different for the holidays and now,
Holiday decorating can really break the bank if you let the hype of the season get to you. I really wanted to create a fun Christmas table this year that I can enjoy for the whole month of December, not just on Christmas Day but I have this major issue with spending gobs of money on more decorations and dishes. I have 16 plastic tubs
A couch or bed full of pillows make everything feel more cozy, right? I love the look of piles of pillows but I just can’t get myself to spring for holiday specific decor these days. With 11 plastic tubs of “Christmas” in the garage, I have no room to store throw pillows I’d use for 1 month out of the year. The solution is super
I have been shopping for placemats for MONTHS. Seriously. I can’t wrap my head around paying $10 for a placemat that will just get crusty with ketchup and that I can’t wash. So when this month’s Craft Lightning was all about the holidays, I knew I was going to make my own placemats. Since this had to be a fast craft, I wanted it to
Year after year Xaver and I seem to shop online from the comfort of the sofa for our holiday gifts because well, crowds! Between that and the craft fairs I go to, we have everyone covered. One of the most difficult groups in our family to buy for are the Millenials. What’s cool, what’s not, and do they even use the word “cool” any more?