Your wedding day is sure to be memorable no matter what, but it’s nice to leave your guests with something that reminds them of the occasion. Forget the koozies and cookies, and give them something that will add cheer to their home, like a succulent wrapped in burlap. Read more
Making a floral chandelier may seem like something best left to the professionals, but if you take your time and have the right tools, you can create your own masterpiece.
If you’re looking to add an organic touch to your wedding, then go green with some foliage. Greenery can add texture and a simple, rustic appeal to wedding decor and arrangements without breaking the budget. Here are a few of my foliage favorites. Read more
I always look to the farm for inspiration when planning out my holiday décor. We’ve been lucky enough to have a mild autumn, and I get to reap the rewards! The Dragon’s Breath Celosia have hung around, and their bold red plumes look gorgeous in my table arrangements for the Christmas season. Read more
With this adorable gift wrap that you can make yourself, your family won’t even care what’s inside the box! With some potatoes, craft paper (or up-cycled paper shopping bags), and a little paint, you can make your own custom wrapping paper that’s sure to be the talk of the holiday party.
Making your own stamps from potatoes is a fun activity for the whole family. You can get as creative as you’d like–the design possibilities are endless. Read more
Did you know your new plant hanger can do double duty as an air freshener? Wooden beads, like the ones on our plant holders, absorb essential oils, adding a wonderful scent to your room or office. Read more
When it comes to container plantings, I like to get creative with the plants and play with colors and textures. I’m a huge fan of terra cotta pots and have them all over the farm and house. But, I love the idea of re-imagining them into something fun and whimsical. Here are the step-by-step instructions to recreate these looks. Read more