Easter always catches me off guard. I’m not sure why, but it swoops in and I am always feeling unprepared. This year felt that way even more so, I barely had fresh eggs, let alone anything to dye them with. So, thankfully there is Google and thankfully I have a large assortment of food coloring. I… Continue reading Easter + Our Bunnies
A couple of years ago, I came across Heather Bullard on Instagram. She is amaaaazing. She is a prop stylist and everything she does is gorgeous, so naturally I was an instant fan. She shared her recipe for Organic Madagascar Vanilla Extract and I was like oh yes, I must do this! I love to… Continue reading a thoughtful DIY gift
Christmastime is my all-time favorite. I’ve always loved the season – decorating, listening to Christmas Carols, drinking egg nog out of Christmas glasses, hot chocolate with peppermint sticks, looking at Christmas lights, extra family time…I mean, all of it, I love it! And this year, I wanted to make some gingerbread men ornaments. I found… Continue reading festive gingerbread men
I must admit, cooking has never really been my strong suit. I love to bake, but cooking has always been a bit harder for me. I am learning, though – and I’ve grown more interested in it, so that helps too! Anyway, I’ve made this soup a couple of times and I must say it… Continue reading creamy tomato + basil soup
I started baking pies a few years ago, not because I really liked them (I’ve always been more of a cake girl, myself), but because I wanted to make something festive for fall (I am a fall girl) and I wanted to learn the art of the lattice crust! I found an apple pie recipe… Continue reading pie, anyone?
I felt inspired last year to come up with gifts from the heart; something that is homemade and thoughtful. Gift-giving tends to be hard for me and sometimes I am not good at all and other times I over-do it. So, I came across a recipe for homemade vanilla extract about two years ago and… Continue reading sage, dried with love