Sunday, August 12, 2018

Amazing Grace…..

Click through to see more images of a beautiful handmade wedding that took place at this open-air chapel in Texas. | Photo by J. Violet Photography


Act justly

Love mercy

Walk humbly

~Micah 6:8

Sunday, August 5, 2018

Amazing Grace…..

Crossraguel Abbey chapel I love the dark, brooding mood here.


Accept what is, let go

of what was, and have

faith in what will be.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

A new vase…..

I bought this vase at Houzz and it finally arrived the other day…..


It is just so sweet….it has little flowers all over it!

I brought this chest back into the living room that was on the porch and placed it behind the sofa.

I am toying with the idea of putting antique glass knobs on it?!?


Have a great week my friends!

Sunday, July 29, 2018

Amazing Grace…..

Beautiful Church in a small mountain town in Colorado!


Collect beautiful moments…..

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

A quick pillow embellishment…..

The other day I was looking for antique pillows for the chairs in my livng room. I wasn’t able to find quite what I wanted so I pulled out these white linen pillows I already had.


I decided they needed a little something else so I applied these little monogram letter appliques in white.



You can get the appliques at Hobby Lobby and they come in a couple of different sizes and are also available in black and white. You just iron them on….very quick and easy!

Happy Wednesday my friends!!!!

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Amazing Grace…..

Gothic Revival Chapel in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee                                                                                                                                                      More


Don’t rush the process.

Good things take time.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

That lamp….

A few of you inquired about where I got this table lamp. It is actually one I created using a table lamp I already had along with a deconstructed clam shell wreath.


I found a clam shell wreath at Home Goods for $25 and removed the clam shells from it.


Here is what the table lamp looked like before I got started. You can see I had already glued the first clam shell on with the hot glue gun. I continued to glue the shells on until I had the desired fullness.


It was a really easy project but pretty time consuming and required a LOT of glue.

Have a great week my friends!