how to make a winter pine cone terrarium, crafts, seasonal holiday decor, terrarium

How to Make a Winter Pine Cone Terrarium

I don't know about you but I find that those empty spaces left behind by Christmas decorations can be somewhat hard to fill! This sweet little terrarium is so easy to make and I love that it celebrates winter. I had everything I needed to make this on hand! ~Vanessa

make a twig garland for free, crafts, seasonal holiday decor, Cut up equal sized twigs tie them together and you have a beautiful garland for free

Make a twig garland... for FREE!

I adore decorating with nature, and this twig garland idea chimed in perfectly. It's easy to make, and can be left up for all seasons. ~ FOLK Magazine's blog contributor Donna, HT profile - FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna

gathering new home inspiration from franklin tennessee, doors, home decor, Franklin is a quaint little county located in Tennessee Wait till you see what s inside these beautiful shops

Gathering new home inspiration from Franklin, Tennessee

I recently took a trip down South to the quaint little county of Franklin, located in Tennessee. This photo shoot will inspire you to fill your home with unique ideas! The full tour is at the link attached. ~ Donna, Folk Magazine contributor and author of FunkyJunk Interiors - Donna

how to make a semi natural evergreen wreath, crafts, gardening, wreaths

How to Make a Semi-Natural Evergreen Wreath

Can you BELIEVE that before photo was hiding underneath that beautiful wreath? Love the look of fresh evergreen wreaths but hate the huge price tag? Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to make your own. It's super simple AND your hedges can get trimmed as a bonus! You can transform a fake Christmas wreath into something wild, sloppy and organic with evergreen trimmings from your yard. Get ready to dust off those old astroturf wreaths and turn them into something amazing!

come with us down a long winding road, outdoor living

Come with us "Down a Long Winding Road"

Sometimes I catch my breath when I drive down the long winding back roads of Kentucky.
This time of year it is a celebration for the senses.

dandelion milk, gardening

Dandelion Milk - a little antic filled story from the past.

I was fortunate enough to grow up on a 40 acre dairy farm. Surrounding us were fields of lazy animals grazing in pasture, tall cornstalks that roamed forever, and 'the dandelion yard.'
This dandelion yard was actually a huge patch of grass beside our rambling old farmhouse, that was large enough to be designated as a little pasture. When we had the time, we kept it mowed to emulate a pretty yard.
But it was MUCH more interesting when it became a wild, overgrown forest of tall grass, unrelenting weeds in full bloom, and, you guessed it, those dandelions!

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