Wow! It feels like FOREVER since I got to sit down and write a blog post for you all. In reality it has only been a little over a week but in blogging years that’s an eternity. I would give you all the excuses for why I have been MIA but I will just give you the biggest one: my computer CRASHED! We are taking dead as a door nail, no pulse, call the genius bar because this thing is a goner! It was a little touch-and-go there for a few days not knowing if I could get all my precious files off of it but alas we were able to recover everything. Deep sigh of relief! Lesson learned my friends, BACK YOUR STUFF UP!
Now that I am up and running again, I am finally sharing my tutorial for how I made my “As For Me and My House” farmhouse sign that I have been showing off on my Instagram feed. It is so easy using my SVG cut files! If you missed the big news, I have opened an Etsy shop! I will be adding more cut files and other printables, so make sure you are subscribed to my email list so you are the first to know about new products!
I’m a huge fan of botanical prints! They are such a cute and creative way to mix old with new when you are decorating. There are so many ways to display botanical prints, which makes them that much more fun to decorate with! Over at The Harper House I have rounded-up some of my favorite farmhouse style botanical prints (including free and budget-friendly options), as well as shared 4 different ways to display them. You are going to LOVE these!
Hey all! I’m so sorry that I have been silent for the last couple weeks, but I’M BACK with exciting news to share! I have officially become a blog contributor for Crystal over at The Weathered Fox!! This is such a fun opportunity that I am overjoyed to be a part of! With that said, check out how I created a patriotic tablescape inspired by the dining room from the Beanstalk Bungalow on Fixer Upper season 3.
Here we are, week 4! I can’t believe we only have two weeks left before the big reveal of our modern farmhouse laundry room!! That fact brings me both excitement, and terror! This past weekend we were yet again out of town (Note to self: we have got to stop traveling during ORC!) so our progress has been limited but we still have several items to check off for this week!