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Wish you had a garland on your mantel but don’t know where to begin.  It’s really easier than you would think.  I’ll guide you through it with these 5 easy steps to decorating a garland.  When you finish your family will think you are a rock star decorator.  Show it off, then take a bow. Continue reading →


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I recently found out about the Chinoiserie Pumpkin craze and was inspired to jump in and give it a try.  If you are a lover of all things blue and white, you might want to do your own little DIY Chinoiserie Pumpkin.  I’ll show you the steps I took to create mine. Continue reading →


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How fabulous is this infographic: DIY Flower Arranging for Beginners.

If you are like me you are excited about Spring and looking forward to all of those beautiful blooms that will be coming in.  When I saw these great little tips I just knew I had to share it with my readers.   Thanks Fix.com for sharing the fabulous infographic!!   Be sure to give them a little love, click on the pic to go to their link and find a more detailed article on the topic.  More fun with flowers coming soon.   Happy  Spring!   –  Marianne

DIY Flower Arranging
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The Spoonflower Headquarters- Living With Color Designs BlogThe Spoonflower book release party was great last night.  Stephen Fraser one of the companies founders, was there to meet, greet, sign books and then give an entertaining presentation including their simple beginnings, loan struggles during the 2009 financial crisis, and eventually catching up to today where they have a multi million dollar investor and plans for many more great product offerings and creative tools. Continue reading →