Homemade Peanut Butter Dog Treats

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If you have spent any time poking around my blog, you already know this BUT I am here to admit…I am a crazy dog lady! Our lives revolve around our little squish face fur babies and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Let me officially introduce you to my pack and then we will get down to business…TREATS! Continue reading

{DIY} Essential Oil Candles

img_4454I am definitely not a complete freak about chemicals in our house, but when given the opportunity to swap a product for something more natural I’ll give it a whirl! Want to learn how to makes your own essential oil candles, sans chemicals? Read on!

***I originally planned this project to be completed on my stove top, but read that they can be made in the crockpot! I am here to tell you…this is definitely the way to go! This project was easy AND mess free! Can’t beat that!!*** Continue reading

Keepsake Christmas Ornament

img_4256My husband is a die hard “Real Tree Person.” Even the mention of a fake tree in our house is sure to muster up eye rolls and protesting. The first year we were married, I was so excited to pick out a tree. We headed to a tree farm, tied that baby up and threw it in the back of the Jeep with the top down…this is the South after all. We drove it home and our dog peed on it immediately. I mean, it IS a tree I guess. We strung it up with lights and hung up our four ornaments, leaving quite a few empty branches. We loved it anyway. This will be the fourth Christmas Tyler and I have spent together, and our tree this year is the prettiest to date. With that being said, our top lights just stopped working and Luna is trying to eat the fake berries off of it. I guess you can’t win them all, but no one has peed on it and we have added a few ornaments to our collection. I would call that success! Continue reading

{DIY} Farmhouse Style Corbels

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I don’t know about y’all, but I just love those antique farmhouse style corbels floating around. Such a pretty touch added to a shelf, used as bookends or just styled on a mantle. I recently found some beautiful ones in a local antique shop, but quickly put them right back where I found them when I saw the price tag. EIGHTY bucks. NOPE. With exterior painting going on at our place, every penny must. be. pinched. Continue reading