In 2015, we were able to complete some long overdue projects and it felt so good to finally get them crossed off our to-do list.
We took our kitchen out of the 80's and gave it a fresh new cottage look. I am loving the update and only wish I had found the courage to do it sooner.
An invitation to join in with other bloggers found me showing off my love for trays.
DIY High Wheel aka Penny Farthing
My oh-so-clever husband once again took to creating a blast from the past to add to his collection.
We had a beautiful Fall foliage in 2015, but my heart wanted a simpler look for our mantel....
....using everyday objects and a DIY Sunburst Mirror.
Bacon and Broccoli Quiche with Hashbrown Crust
I shared a favorite family recipe for Quiche that can be easily adapted to use things you have on hand.
Parmesan Butternut Squash
We love our butternut squash in this house, so I was thrilled to find a fabulous new recipe that turned out delicious.
Since switching to a vegan diet I thought my pizza loving days were over, but then along came this recipe that changed everything.
Raw Chocolate Walnut Fudge
Chocolate....need I say more? This no-cook recipe is the perfect answer to satisfy those cravings.
Delicious Vegan Hash Brown Casserole
I am on a mission to try new recipes that my whole family will love and this one hit the mark easily.
2015 Christmas Mantel
I went with a 'Festival of Trees' theme on our Christmas mantel this year using some DIY Wood Shim Trees.
It's always fun to look back and see how you spent some of your time in the past. It stirs my creative side and has me thinking about the things I'd like to achieve in the upcoming year. How about you?
Here's to another year of completed projects, new ideas and many more creative moments.
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