While I love a good smelling candle that fills my home with the scents of the Season, it is so difficult to find one that doesn’t contain synthetic scents. So my favorite go to all natural simmering potpourri is the perfect solution.
Earlier this week I shared my tutorial for Bleached Pinecones. As promised, today I’m sharing with you my EASY garland made from those pinecones.
I’d been wanting to try this one for years. There’s several other DIY tutorials out there and I tested a couple of them with no intention of blogging my own. I just wasn’t getting the results I envisioned and so I did some minor tweaking and have two differing methods resulting in two differing shades.
It’s been exactly two weeks since I posted my 3 simple suggestions for easing into the fall decorating during the last days of Summer. If you missed that post you can catch it HERE. I talked then about my bittersweet feelings of Summer’s end. While I adore Fall, I find it so difficult to get into the spirit of Autumn with 90 degree days still among us.
Hello there! Thanks for stopping by! You can learn a little more about the person behind this blog in the About Me section and periodically I will certainly be sharing more, but for now I’m wasting no time with Introductions. It’s taken me long enough to get here so I’m jumping right in with my first post which will be a DIY Boho-Style Wooden Bead Chandelier.