Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor

Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor

My teenage daughter, Sawyer, requested a boho farmhouse bedroom design when we were building our home. Knowing her as I do, and the subtleties of the boho farmhouse style made her bedroom design one of my favorites, so far. Sawyer’s boho farmhouse bedroom is my most pinned photo on Pinterest, and I get a ton of questions about her bedroom. Where did I get the pillows, the rug, the throw blanket, and the headboard are the most frequently asked questions and I’m dedicating this post to answer all those fine questions. Since some of the items are discontinued or were never online, I have found some of the best boho farmhouse bedroom decor to inspire your own design!

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Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor

Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor – Design first

The first step in any good design, is to gather all your inspiration, make notes, pick out colors, and give consideration to all the elements before making a single purchase. Sometimes it doesn’t happen this way because a single purchase will inspire the entire room design. However, in general, come up with a good plan before you start shopping. Mixing boho and farmhouse elements is easy, but the best way to make it look good is to focus on the colors you incorporate. If you go for a bright boho look, it will be more difficult to fit in the farmhouse vibe. You can stick with blacks, whites, and neutrals for your color palette, but you better bring on the plants to give it that boho feel. However you design it, make a plan and have a whole vision before working out each detail.


Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor

Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor – Color scheme

For Sawyer’s boho farmhouse bedroom, I used muted and rich tones in the same colors. For instance, I used a soft pale salmon pillow which played well off the dark rust in the rug. And I selected the Magnolia paint color, Clean Lines, for the shiplap because when everything is out of the room, this neutral green looked amazing with the carpet, Alabaster white paint, and the light grey black-out curtains. The soft green grey was a good neutral to add some color but not overpower things. We have been in discussion to change the shiplap color, so be sure to subscribe and stay tuned for updates on that. The main colors (washed out or rich) are salmon, teal, navy, and mustard.


Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor

Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor

Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor – Pillows

The throw pillows were discovered and purchased over the course of several months, over a year ago, from Home Goods and Target. So, unfortunately, most of them aren’t available to directly link to. However, I have found several beautiful and affordable pillows that would also look amazing in Sawyer’s bedroom design, and I believe are some of the best boho farmhouse bedroom decor accessories out there.


Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor – Rugs

I must confess, I’m not usually a fan of shag rugs or carpets, but the rug in Sawyer’s boho farmhouse bedroom design is one of the prettiest rugs I’ve owned. The colors and pattern are brilliant, and we haven’t outgrown them yet. The shag length isn’t too long, and it provides a nice texture in the room which is great for the boho look. As of now, you can still find this rug at Target and I’ve been tempted to get the largest size, but my home isn’t boho so I must resist. I have also included some additional rugs that I think would have also looked lovely in this boho farmhouse bedroom design.


Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor – Throw blanket

When I placed the berry rust fleece blanket on the corner of Sawyer’s bed for the photo, I never imagined how many questions I’d get about it. Target had an endcap with all these beautiful jewel-toned fleece blankets, and I asked Sawyer which colors were her favorite. Berry was her first pick, but she pointed out several others too. And she has good taste, most of the colors would have been beautiful in her bedroom design, but that berry tone was quite special, and the fleece is perfect for snuggling. Here is the ever-requested throw blanket from the best boho farmhouse bedroom decor line-up (the other colors are also gorgeous):


Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor – Cane Headboard

This cane headboard is officially, the first piece of furniture I built. I constructed it on the living room floor of the apartment we lived in during the build of our home. The design is simple, just pocket holes, and the cane was an awesome find as I soon realized it’s hard to get cane at a descent price. You can watch the short video below to see how I constructed and mounted this headboard (no frame, yet). The video was done in the apartment (it was so dark and confining to me).


Best Boho Farmhouse Bedroom Decor – Cane Webbing by the foot


There is something so peaceful and relaxing about this space – this is the best part of the bohemian style. The casual cozy vibe of boho mixed with the homey farmhouse feel is such a great combination, especially for my laidback teen girl. We have been in discussions to refresh her space just a bit, but I promise that the overall vibe won’t change at all – still relaxing, beautiful, and comfy. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave me a comment below or over on Instagram~ Thanks for checking out this post, I hope you’re inspired!

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Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

This is our first Christmas in this home and it’s pretty exciting for us. It’s also bitter-sweet to miss out on family get-togethers and shenanigans, but we’re hoping to visit soon. This home is just like all the others in that there are primary spaces that I decorate for Christmas, but someday I’d love to have all the bedrooms decorated with some festive touches as well. I focus on the family room, dining room, entry, a cocoa bar around the kitchen, and the guest bathroom. And after having the Christmas greenery out for most of November, I was anxious to add some Christmas magic. I love using what I already have, but my 15-year-old garland was pretty sad, so it got replaced. Without further ado, here’s my vintage inspired Christmas home tour. Thanks for popping in.


Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour – The Christmas tree

I don’t know about you, but once the tree is up, the rest just falls into place. And now that we have a faux pre-lit tree, I don’t have to worry about wrapping lights and cleaning up pine needles – it’s pretty awesome. In this house, we have a large window in our family room and it’s the perfect spot for our tree. When it comes to the tree, I’m a firm believer in having all the family help. So, this year the only new thing for the tree I got was some extra wide ribbon, green velvet on one side and gold on the other. I actually picked it out for wrapping gifts, but the roll was so large and the gold side was stunning so the tree got it instead. Starting at the top, I zig-zagged vertical stripes up and down the tree. I didn’t have enough for the backside, but I’m not worried about it. Then I repurposed my coffee filter buntings from a tea party and added it in between the ribbon. This coffee filter bunting is so pretty, I may have to make one each year ($1.29 bunting is pretty affordable!).

At this point, I absolutely loved how the tree looked, but I knew it would be even better with all our old ornaments on it to bring back memories and give our tree a down-to-earth vibe. Don’t get me wrong, I love ‘designer’ trees, but because I sincerely enjoy all the different ways trees are decorated, I don’t get too caught up in perfection. It would be fun to have a small tree someday that I decorate exactly how I want without the kids’ stuff on it, but I haven’t felt like doing one yet. Now, keep in mind that some of these ornaments are very old, from my husband’s and my childhoods, and then the girls have picked out an ornament each year, have been gifted ornaments, have made ornaments. Year after year the ornaments add up! It’s quite the hodgepodge, but each year the tree looks different because of the base design that I do. After adding the ribbon and bunting trim, it looked so vintage and stunning – I was pretty excited to get all the family ornaments on it. Everyone helped put the ornaments, and I promise you that I only moved a few (just couldn’t help myself).


Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour – The fireplace mantel

At first, I was avoiding the fireplace mantel. I had only finished the floating shelves inside the left alcove, and I was dreading all the work involved to complete the right-side. But we had a week of amazing weather here in northwest Arkansas, so I took advantage of it and completed the right-side floating shelves. And instead of decking the shelves out for Christmas, I just styled them with some simple neutral items I already had. Maybe next year, I’ll find some new treasures to style the shelves, but I’m just so happy they’re done that it’s enough. I found this beautiful cedar garland at Hobby Lobby, 50% off, and I wish I would have grabbed one more. I added my magnolia garland to it as well as some felt poinsettia picks from Hobby Lobby, and my stepdad’s antlers from his past hunting trips. Our stockings hang on one side with the LED taper candles and I gotta say that I’m loving the asymmetrical look.


Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour
You’re getting the first look at my floating shelves… all done!!! (Insert happy dance.)

Back in November, I mentioned that my color scheme for Christmas would be blush and greens. With neutrals as the base, and so, I have subtly added touches of blush and green. I love this color combo and I was able to reuse my blush pillows that I already have and only purchase two green ones to complete the look. I prefer feather-down inserts because they shape up so nicely and last longer, and it’s easy to change out covers or wash them if needed. I also love festive holiday pillows, but I always stick with pillows that I can use any day of the year. It’s the practical side of me, I guess. For the wall behind the sofa, I’m still figuring out what I want to do to it as a focal point, but for now I’m putting all kinds of holes in it to decorate this space with different things (so many nail holes!). I found this cool shelf made from a vintage door as well as the vintage ice skates, and the vintage match box on the right. The brass bells and LED taper candles. are from Amazon. I love these remote-controlled off-white tapers – they are awesome! The antlers are also from my stepdad.


Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour – The entryway

The entryway is simple, but it’s a great place to have our nativity scene. We’ve had this one for almost 15 years, and it’s been through a lot. The tip of the shepherd’s staff is gone, the donkey’s ear is gone, the lantern that hangs in the manger… gone. One of the wise men had his hand break off, but I found it and glued it back. Luckily, my girls love the baby Jesus, so he’s never been missing in action. The nativity scene is the focal point of this space, but I added a festive backdrop with a mirror and garland to frame the space nicely. And I have to add that I pulled out all the pieces of the nativity scene, set up the manger on the table, and asked Quinn to arrange it all for us. She did, and that’s how I left it. I just may have to make her my assistant, she did such a great job.


Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour – The formal dining room

For the dining room, I had a few ideas, but I’m also designing the space for my Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice tea party that’s coming up, so I’m trying to reuse some stuff and think smart when it comes to this room. We will host Christmas Eve lunch in here, so I wanted it to feel festive and cheery, but I didn’t want too much going on either. I do love Christmas villages, all styles, and I’ve been collecting these galvanized buildings for several years now. Buying a few at a time from different places means that nothing really matches, but the color. And while I love galvanized silver, I’ve come to adore gold as well. So, this village got a mini makeover with gold spray paint, and I love how it turned out. The gold mirror is new, I’ve been waiting for months for Hobby Lobby to restock this gold mirror and for it to be on sale – and it finally did last month! It’s the little things, ya know. The wreaths on the backs of the chairs are from the Target Dollar Spot, a set of three for $3 and they can be used as gift toppers or a pillar candle wreath next year if I want to change it up. In case you’re wondering that brown paper on each side of the mirror are vintage piano rolls. They are so cool, and I used them last Christmas in the apartment.


Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour – The guest bathroom

The guest bathroom is a small space, so just a few small festive touches was all I added to it. I swapped out the wall art and decorated the shelf. It’s not much, but the few touches continue the neutral Christmas look and it makes me happy. Sometimes less is more and even though this space isn’t totally done yet, I love adding decor to it for each holiday. There’s nothing new in here, but the wooden houses were from Target a few years ago. Right outside the guest bathroom is a little alcove with a linen closet and a corner with coat hooks that I designed with a board and batten wall treatment. This is the little space where I hang the girls’ advent calendar. It hangs perfectly from a grommet at the top of the calendar – no new nails in the wall for this decor. This alcove isn’t the guest bathroom, but it’s connected so I think it’s a fun space to have some festive touches.


Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour

Vintage Inspired Christmas Home Tour – The hot cocoa bar

Last week, I shared our hot cocoa bar. This is the remaining space that I decked out for the holidays and it’s quite different from the rest of the house. This corner is merry and bright and screams fun – which makes sense to me because hot cocoa is definitely fun! Two years ago, I decorated our entire home with bright and colorful decorations and loved it, but I like change so it likely won’t be repeated for a while. However, I spent so much time painting these paper mache nested houses, and I love the colorful bottle brush trees, that I had to put them all out again this year. You can check out the awesome hot cocoa bar here.


festive hot cocoa bar

Well, that’s it, thank you so much for stopping by and checking out my vintage inspired Christmas home tour. It sounds so silly to call it a tour, but I suppose that’s what it is. And I know that there are a ton of amazing holiday decorations and inspiration out there – it’s all absolutely stunning – so that makes it all the more special to me that you choose to visit my blog and see what I have to share too. Like they say, it’s the most wonderful time of the year, and if our homes can increase our feelings of good tidings and cheer – I’m all for it. The thing about decorating your home though, is that it’s your space and should make you feel good – you should enjoy it. So, if you don’t put up any decor, or you decorate every room, either way makes me happy because I know how much a space can affect a person. Happy decorating, and please leave me a comment below if you have any questions or thoughts about this post. Thanks again!

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Festive Hot Cocoa Bar

There’s just something special about hot cocoa around the holidays. In fact, I can’t recall craving it any other time of the year, and now I can enjoy it anytime I want with my festive hot cocoa bar. I have also discovered my own signature hot cocoa – often requested by my girls – it’s hot cocoa with mini marshmallows and an Andes mint. It doesn’t take much to set up a festive hot cocoa bar and not only does it make it convenient for self-serving, but it can also serve as decor. If you have a coffee maker that quickly gives you hot water, you can easily add your cocoa supplies to your coffee bar! To set up your own festive hot cocoa bar check out these ideas.


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Quinn is decorating her hot cocoa cup~

festive hot cocoa bar
Everything is contained in this huge wooden tray.

Festive Hot Cocoa Bar – DIY candy cane stir sticks

The first step is to gather up your ingredients. Our family loves Nestle Rich Milk Chocolate, and you can make it with hot milk or water – either way it tastes delicious. We like mini and jumbo marshmallows, any marshmallow works for us, especially the mint ones! And it’s also fun to add a mini candy cane or a Christmas chocolate to make it even richer. This year, I wanted something homemade for our festive hot cocoa bar, so my oldest daughter made these candy cane stir sticks. We have three different flavors, mini chocolate chips, candy cane bits, and hot cocoa powder. They are so cute and somehow make the hot cocoa taste better too. Check out this Tik Tok video to see how Sawyer made them:


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festive hot cocoa bar

festive hot cocoa bar

festive hot cocoa bar

Festive Hot Cocoa Bar

As I mentioned earlier, we use our coffee maker to get hot water. It’s so easy that my first-grader can do it. Our machine has a setting for the exact amount of water needed to make a hot cup of cocoa (two scoops), all you need to do is add fresh water. Which ever way you get your hot water, you’ll definitely need something cute to put it in. Target has several festive mugs with adorable Christmas designs for only $5 each. Another option that we love are travel mugs that we can take on car rides to see Christmas lights or to get our tree. I love surprising the girls with hot cocoa when I pick them up from school after a long Monday. Gather up your mugs, some spoons or sticks for stirring and you’re set.


festive hot cocoa bar

Festive Hot Cocoa Bar

Once all your items are gathered up, you’ll want to search around the kitchen for a few things to display and store the items. I like to gather everything within a tray and then to keep my add-ins fresh, I like to use glass stackable canisters. A tiered tray is another way to display your items or even a mug tree. Grab some napkins and you’re set. To help you get started, consider my favorite festive hot cocoa bar items.

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If you or anyone in your family enjoys hot cocoa, you’ll want to consider setting up a festive hot cocoa bar this season. Hot cocoa bars are so fun for parties and getting guests comfortable at your get-together. It’s also a fun way to add some festive decor to your kitchen/nook spaces. And when the temps drop and the Christmas movies play constantly, you’re going need that cup of cocoa~ I hope this post has encouraged and inspired you to set up your own festive hot cocoa bar.

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Enchanted Garden Birthday Party

Enchanted Garden Birthday Party

Our Quinn turned seven and this was her first birthday party inviting friends. Unfortunately we experienced a little monkey wrench, the school district’s policy didn’t allow her to pass out invitations to her classmates. I was able to use Facebook to invite as many kids as I could, and NONE could come. The party was right before fall break and we don’t know any of the parents. I think I was more disappointed than Quinn, but my friends and family saved the day. Quinn said that this was the best party ever. And that’s all that matters anyway. This enchanted garden birthday party was so easy to set up because I already had my tree branches up from the Emma garden tea party. The rest of the details are also easy and pretty cute too.


Enchanted Garden Birthday Party
This 36″ balloon was only $1.99 from Hobby Lobby!

Enchanted Garden Birthday Party – design

I wanted to add some color and whimsey for Quinn’s enchanted garden birthday party, so I used a glue gun to attach some purple flowers to the branches, and I added some battery-powered fairy lights. A fairy backdrop from Amazon added a fun wow-factor and really made the space feel enchanted. I gathered up my faux plants and situated them around the backdrop. I thought it would be fun to have the kids sit on the floor around a short table, so I used some scrap wood and made a sort of oval coffee table. There was also a drop cloth underneath to protect the rug from any spills during dinner and the DIY craft project. The party table also had a faux mushroom centerpiece which was so fun to make and I think it added to the whimsey as well.


Enchanted Garden Birthday Party
I used Canva.com to create this invitation.

Enchanted Garden Birthday Party
The faux mushroom centerpiece was inspired by Lia Griffiths.

Enchanted Garden Birthday Party
I always set up the DIY craft so they’re ready to go.

Enchanted Garden Birthday Party

Enchanted Garden Birthday Party

Enchanted Garden Birthday Party – food

Kids can either be really easy to cook for, or incredibly challenging. We decided to make mini cheese pizzas because who doesn’t like pizza. And everything is better mini sized! There are so many garden party food ideas on Pinterest, but most of them are sugar-filled. So to get our fruits and veggies on the menu, I just got a veggie tray and then made fruit bugs. I set up the leftover fruit for the adults and mixed up some delicious fruit dip (just mix marshmallow fluff and cream cheese). Jeremy made Mexican soup for the adults, and we all had some punch. Quinn likes chocolate cake, so I made chocolate cupcakes with some meringue mushrooms to decorate the top. These mushrooms are so easy to make, they have just a few ingredients, and look so realistic.


Enchanted Garden Birthday Party
To get the fruit to stick, just scoop the fruit dip into a sandwich bag, cut a corner off, and pip on the dip. So easy and the pink dip looks cute and tastes delicious.

Enchanted Garden Birthday Party
I used dark chocolate candy melts to connect the meringue tops to the stems. The dark color looks more realistic than the milk chocolate melts.

Enchanted Garden Birthday Party
The little candy eyes are attached using the chocolate melts and a toothpick. The eyes are from Walmart.

Enchanted Garden Birthday Party – DIY craft

An October birthday can mean rainy and windy weather, or a breezy and sunny day – not sure which way it would go, I just decided to keep the DIY activity inside. I searched online for the most affordable wooden bird houses and ended up finding the best deal at Hobby Lobby. I have a lot of acrylic paint and brushes already on-hand, so I just got some mini fake birds and paper flowers for them to embellish the houses after painting. The girls did a great job getting crafty and all four kids were so quiet in concentration – it was so neat to see them all into the craft. I also got some kid-sized aprons and plastic palettes from Amazon and that’s it. Super simple and it was a fun take-away for the guests.


Enchanted Garden Birthday Party
I primed the wooden bird houses ahead of time so they’d be easier to paint.

Enchanted Garden Birthday Party
These are Quinn and Sawyer’s creations, but I wish I would have gotten photos of the other two darling bird houses! Each girl created such a sweet little house.

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Enchanted Garden Birthday Party – Meringue Mushrooms

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Enchanted Garden Birthday Party

Whenever I plan parties or host dinners I try to use as much decor and stuff I already have, but I also enjoy making things and adding fun details to my events. I sincerely hope this enchanted garden birthday party inspires you to add a few handmade touches to your next party. Simple touches and attention to detail can make a basic party better and more memorable. Thanks so much for checking out this post. You can pin any of the photos for future inspiration! Be sure to subscribe, I have some great projects coming up that you’re not going to want to miss.

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How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party

How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party

If you’ve never hosted a Murder Mystery dinner party, it is definitely something to consider to make some fun memories! Many years ago, we hosted our first murder mystery dinner after getting to know some wonderful people on our Israel trip. Everyone really got into it and we had such a great time. This time around, we’re having couples from our neighborhood over and I can’t wait. Hosting this type of party couldn’t be simpler, keep reading to find out how to host a murder mystery dinner party.

How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party – Dinner Menu

Y’all know I’m not a cook, but my husband is! However, this dinner party isn’t like Thanksgiving where so much of it is centered around the meal. To keep things simple and delicious, we’re serving soup. Jeremy is in charge of the chicken cous cous and I’m making the potato soup. Having soup allows us to put the meal together ahead of time and then it can stay hot right up until our guests arrive. There’s nothing better than homemade rolls to go with soup, so I’m making easy fresh rolls to pop into the oven right before so that they’re hot and fresh for dinner. For starters, I’m just putting together a graze board, also known as a charcuterie board. Our murder mystery dinner party is just a few days before Halloween so my Halloween decor is coming in handy and I’m using a plastic skeleton to dress up the graze board snacks. This graze board doesn’t have perishables, they’re more sweet and savory snacks, but you could absolutely do an appetizer graze board for this sort of party. We also have a self-serve drink station and then some fall-inspired desserts for later. Here’s our menu:


How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party – Decorations

With Halloween right around the corner, my home decor already fits in so nicely for the dinner party. So, I was able to focus on the tablescape and party room to create a dinner party feel with spooky fall vibes. The centerpiece is low so that we can see each other at the table, and the putting it together couldn’t be easier. I first placed down a burlap table runner and then a magnolia leaf garland to make up the bulk of the centerpiece, then I placed three small pumpkins and some gourds, evenly spaced out. I had a few more stems on-hand to add different textures and to add some fullness to the gaps. I also got some pheasant feather stems to add a new texture and they’ll be used at our Thanksgiving table too. Lastly, I grabbed some little terracotta pots (from Quinn’s birthday cupcakes) and some Dollar store votive holders and filled them with LED votive candles. The battery-operated candles have an unnatural yellow color, but it’s perfect for a spooky murder mystery vibe.

The place settings are set with a charger, a plastic plate, and a napkin with each guest’s name. My handwriting is horrid and I couldn’t ask Sawyer to write 12 names for me, so I came up with this little hack and it worked out great! I just typed the names onto a Word document using a cursive font that I liked, and I changed the font color to the lightest grey I could. Once printed, I just traced over each name using a white paint pen. So the name cards have a handwritten feel, but in a nice script. Check out the quick video below to see what I mean.


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How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party – The Game

In my search for a good murder mystery game, I did a bunch of research. I wanted something affordable, something the host could play, something that didn’t require a bunch of props or work on my part, and something that was straight forward. I found several options, but landed on this game that I found on Etsy. I get to choose the number of players and their genders, and the game is emailed to me immediately. I can then email each attendee their character, or print them out. As long as I don’t open and read the confession, I can play without knowing who the murderer is. I will read the rules, introduction, and autopsy report at the beginning of the game. There are no scripts, but I’m excited to see my guests get into character and see just how competitive people get to solve the mystery. Once we’ve had time to mingle and ask questions of each other, I’ll call the game and we’ll each vote for who we think the murderer is. The murdered doesn’t know who they are either, so if they’re really good at solving mysteries, they’ll be in for a shock.


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How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party

How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party

How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party

How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party

How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party

How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party

How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party

How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party

Since the party hasn’t happened yet, I will be sure to capture some photos of the graze board and other things of interest from the party, and then update this post. Be sure to subscribe to my blog so that you get updates on all my DIY projects, designs, decorating, and parties. I hope you’re inspired and will maybe consider hosting your own murder mystery party – it doesn’t have to be around Halloween, and it doesn’t have to be a dinner – the possibilities are endless.

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Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

The Emma garden tea party was so much fun and the preparations were unbelievably easy! My favorite author of all time is Jane Austen, so I’m designing tea parties around the themes of several of her novels, my personal favorites. The first tea was a Jane Austen tea and when I soon realized one tea party wouldn’t be enough, I began planning more around her actual novels. There are so many ways you can interpret the novel, Emma, and then design a party around it, but I focused on the picnics, nature/flowers, and outdoor ventures. In all of Austen’s novels, the ladies seem to embroider at some point or another, or it’s at least spoken of, so for our DIY craft, we tried out hand-embroidery. It’s so much easier than you’d think and it was quite relaxing too.


Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party – Design

The invitation is the first glimpse into the party that your attendees get, so I like to make it special in hopes that they will anticipate having a wonderful time. I like to design my own invitations using Canva.com. The software is free and has so many templates and built-in options to use. I usually begin my invitation design around the size of envelope or enclosure that I’m using. You can create any size of document in Canva and go from there. If you don’t like to create or use their elements to do a custom design, they also offer hundreds of templates to help you too. Once I’m done, I just download it as a printable PDF with print lines for easy cutting. I usually print on cardstock and that’s it. The special part about these invitations was definitely the envelope. I added an envelope liner using pages from Emma, and then embellished it further with some gold-edge ruffled crepe paper and a wax seal. It never fails to surprise me just how much joy I get from creating invitations. I know my guests will enjoy receiving them and that’s what motivates me the most.

For the party room, I wanted to create an indoor garden party vibe so I grabbed a hanging branch from our dying tree (before it was cut down) and fashioned it to hang right over our table. My rectangular table felt a bit large and I don’t have a round table, so I brought in the small square patio table and set my plywood man in the moon on top to create a temporary round table! It was a little small, but it worked out. I added a few more branches behind the library cabinet and used it to set up our brunch, dessert, and tea. I wanted to keep the backdrop simple, but coordinated with the garden party feel so I used some branches and dried flowers to create an open frame as the focal point. I also attached some vintage book pages to the wall to add interest and highlight the literary inspiration behind the tea party. I used a few props to continue the garden party feel and used a picnic basket to hold all the DIY craft supplies. The floral centerpiece was created from the cheapest mixed floral bouquet I could find at Sam’s Club. I used wood slices as my chargers and created book place settings using an old book without the cover and a printed floral image on top. I used a dropper to draw a line of water along the border or my floral image and then carefully tore the image out to get an old-looking ripped edge. A few simple touches can create wonderful memories for you and your guests.


Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party – Food

Designing the party room is my favorite part about hosting a tea party, but I also enjoy coming up with a menu that I can accomplish with my mediocre skills and that will work as a full tea. We shared brunch for this tea which gave us a bit more time together to chat and work on our craft, and it allowed for some fun dishes to choose from as well. There’s something about tea time that calls for mini foods, not always, but it seems to be more fun when it does. For my brunch menu, I made mini quiches by Dinner at the Zoo, fruit cups by Grits and Pinecones, stuffed mushrooms by The Menu Maid, and mini pumpkin Bundt cakes by Paula Deen. And for this end-of-summer tea party, I served Minty Melon tea by Savoy Tea Co. and it was delicious and light. I made the stuffed mushrooms the night before and just added the breadcrumbs right before baking. I set up the mini quiches the night before also, and just added the egg mixture right before baking. All of the food could be prepped ahead of time and then easily assembled and baked right before serving.


Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party – DIY craft

For my party designs, I don’t aim for everything to match, but I do like things to be coordinated and intentional. This party plan started with the DIY craft I wanted to do, and then the rest of the details fell into place. The DIY craft we made was a hand-embroidered necklace pendant. I already had a ton of embroidery floss and needles, but I did buy a few more colors of floss because one can never have too many color choices. Embroidery hoops are very inexpensive and you can use any fabric that isn’t too thin or too thick. Here are the necklace pendant kits I found on Etsy. The one thing I forgot to have available were wooden clothes pins to hold the embroidered design inside the bezel setting to dry. We used a makeshift hold, but Dollar Store clothes pins would have been easiest. I found the most adorable floral pendant patterns, for free, by Jessica at Cutesy Crafts. Just subscribe to her blog and you will get a ton of free patterns – and no spam from her. Jessica also has a shop with wonderful supplies and kits to choose from as well.

After deciding that I loved Jessica’s mini floral patterns the best, I researched and gathered instructions on how to create each type of stitch that was needed to complete her patterns. And once you learn how to do these stitches, you’ll never forget – they are easy and fun. There are many tutorials and videos out there to learn from! I printed out Jessica’s patterns and the gathered stitch instructions and my DIY supplies were ready for my guests. This DIY craft could easily be done outside or anywhere. It doesn’t require a lot of space and it doesn’t make a mess. Here’s a list of supplies that you’ll need.

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Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

  • Trace the pattern onto the fabric
  • Place the embroidery hoop onto the fabric with the pattern in the middle
  • Select a color of floss and follow the pattern’s instructions for how many threads to gather for a particular stitch
  • Use the prescribed stitch to fill in the traced part of the pattern
  • Once the whole pattern is stitched, remove the hoop, cut the design out leaving about 1/2″ border around the bezel setting
  • Line up the design over the bezel setting and carefully wrap the fabric border behind
  • Add E6000 glue to the bezel and carefully set the wrapped design inside
  • Use a clothes pin or two to hold it together ( or place under a stack of books)
  • Once completely dry, add pendant to chain

Emma Garden Tea Party

This DIY craft and tea time spent with friends is definitely a 2021 highlight for me. I love designing events, but I usually feel awkward hosting them. However, when the party is planned out, tailored to things I love, and easy to implement; I couldn’t enjoy myself more. If you enjoyed this post and want to see my future Jane Austen inspired tea parties, be sure to subscribe so that you don’t miss out. Thank you so much for checking out this post. I’d love to know what you think about the party design, how you would have interpreted Emma, or if you have any questions I can help with.


Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

Emma Garden Tea Party

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Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

This is the first fall season in our home and it has been so fun adding fall touches. I love using what I already have as well as bringing in some nature to give our home some fall vibes. Adding a few easy and simple Halloween decorations to our festive fall home was so much fun and now it’s almost ready for my murder mystery dinner party. Be sure to subscribe to my blog and you’ll get updates on the dinner and more!

Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

My mom’s birthday is on Halloween, so it’s always been fun decorating for her birthday get-togethers and my girls enjoy spooky touches around the house too. To get ready for my murder mystery dinner, I was able to use a lot of things I already have, but I added a few new additions to create a classy spooky vibe. The large tree branch over the dining table has also been used for the Emma Tea Party as well as Quinn’s Fairy Garden Birthday Party. I’m not sure where the branch will go next, but it is such a fun and whimsical decoration. I added some battery-operated fairy lights and a few fake black birds to the branch. The table centerpiece is a burlap table runner, three pumpkins and some gourds from Walmart, some fall stems, and battery-operated votives. This tablescape is easy and affordable and when the time comes, I can’t wait to add the table settings to it!


Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

The backdrop to the dining table is a fun little scene with more tree branches, my DIY man in the moon, and decor I’ve had for a while. There’s something about brass candlesticks in a dining room or on the mantel that I just love. I also added some faux leaves (from the Dollar store) to the wall to create a wallpaper look. It’s such an easy way to add some whimsy and color.


Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

Across from the dining room is a little nook area that is always fun to redecorate. I grabbed the vintage cubby from Quinn’s room and decorated it with another branch, candles, and these faux vintage bottles that I made several years ago. My IKEA wall gallery got another little makeover with some vintage photos of kids from The Graphics Fairy. I love these free vintage photos, and I just had to send them off to print at Sam’s Club. With a few pumpkins and a cozy blanket, the scene is set.


Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

My favorite of all the easy and simple Halloween decorations are the bats. I didn’t realize how many came in the package, but there were enough to decorate the mantel, the entry, and even the powder room. They came with double-sided foam stickers that are strong enough to stick to the wall, but can easily be removed. And the bats wings can be bent to add dimension to the one-dimensional decoration. I like to start with the smallest sized bat and then have the bats fan out using all three sizes. Another new addition to our home is Mr. Bones. He’s a posable skeleton, and the girls love moving him around as well as putting hats and accessories on him.


Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

The entryway has the best easy and simple Halloween decorations. I love the neutral colors and simplicity of it all. More bats made it to our entryway accent wall – they’re coming from the front door, across the mirror/console, and up. The Dollar store had black and cream cheesecloth to help with a creepy vibe. It’s not often that easy and simple Halloween decorations only cost $1 and provide such a big impact. To get these to hang right, I first hung it up at a few points and then I cut up the bottom to get a ragged look. I also cut slits throughout to give it an aged look. The branch came from our yard, and it’s that simple! The leftover bats made it to the powder room to put just a touch of Halloween in there.


Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

Easy and Simple Halloween Decorations

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That’s a wrap on my easy and simple Halloween decorations this year. I love using nature to decorate and shopping my house is the most fun and challenging part of creating new looks around your home. I’m not sure how things will transition for thanksgiving, but it will be easy and simple. It’s about time to gear up for Christmas fun and Thanksgiving is all about giving and having thanks so not much to decorate for that~ Thanks so much for checking out this post. I hope you have found inspiration and motivation here, and you can Pin any of the pics for later.

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fall porch decorating ideas and inspiration

Fall porch decorating ideas and inspiration

There is something so welcoming and charming when a front porch is decorated, even just a little. To me, it’s like the first chapter of a book, the porch either builds anticipation to see inside the home, or not so much. I love seeing how others decorate, inside and outside of their home even if their style isn’t my style. This is only the second year that I really decorated our front porch. I know, I know, how can someone who loves decorating so much fail on the front porch scene? Well, better late than never is my answer~ This post is all about fall porch decorating ideas and inspiration. I have some very talented Instagram friends that have created lovely front porches, so I’ll be sharing those, as well as my second-ever front porch design.

I knew that I wanted some dried cornstalks. At this point, there weren’t any at Lowe’s, Walmart, or the local nurseries, but I lucked out when I checked Facebook Marketplace. I got six stalks for $2, I seriously couldn’t believe it, and we only had to drive twelve minutes away to get them! The farmer was incredibly nice and we discovered a little antique shop right down the road.



My next layer is tree stumps or risers. We had to cut down an old dead tree this summer. It had been dead a while and was precariously leaning toward Quinn’s bedroom window so it was time to go. The company did a great job cutting it down and they even cut several stumps for me at no extra charge. I have many ideas for these stumps, but the first is on the front porch. I don’t expect anyone to go get stumps, but the bigger idea to this layer of porch decorating is to have something to give height to some items as well as adding texture and interest. You can use anything you have that will withstand the outdoors, like crates, a wagon, a crock, planters, risers, stools, etc. Find something, anything, that will allow you to add items at varying heights. We also have three very tall oak trees in our front yard. We love the old growth trees, but when the wind blows we will find chunks of downed branches piercing our yard. I have been stacking and saving them up and love how they add some natural texture and interest to the porch design.



My next layer was adding pumpkins. I got all of these (except for three fake ones closest to the door) from Walmart. They had the best prices and I couldn’t believe the selection of heirloom colored pumpkins. After giving them a little bleach bath, I set them up on the porch making sure to spread out the various colors and sizes of pumpkins. I found I needed a few more to balance the design and then that layer was complete. I also extended some smaller ones into the flowerbeds to continue the look – my girls noticed right away and loved it.



With the pumpkins stacked and set up, I could easily see where there were natural places to add some mums and fall foliage. I got my mums from Walmart for $4.94 and didn’t expect too much from them, but I’m following Ari’s advice from True Style with Ari on mum care. You can check out her tips here! I have been taking off the dead flower heads and making sure not to over or under water them. For $5 a mum, they’re doing pretty well. I also found some very inexpensive plants from Lowe’s. I love the look of cabbage plants, I even considered putting in faux ones, but the real ones were too affordable and cute to pass up. Using real plants has always felt like such a big deal to me because I’m worried that they’ll die after I spend all this money and time on them. Well, I found the plastic planters at the Dollar store, and a large bag of soil was under $8. So, my overall investment wasn’t too much and I’m learning more about caring for plants in the process.



I wanted to add some lanterns or lighting of some kind, but I had to consider our irrigation system and the rain that will be coming this time of year. So, I picked up some 5/8 inch dowels from The Home Depot and some votive holders from the dollar store and crafted my own little lights. All I did was glue thumbtacks to the bottom of the votive holders and once dry they could be easily pushed into the top of the dowel. I cut the bottom end of the dowels at a 45 degree angle and hammered them into the flowerbed. I could have painted or stained the dowels, but the natural color was find to me. Then I placed LED tealights inside the votives and that’s it! Super simple and if it rains, I just pull the votive holder out, dump the water and put it back into the dowel. These aren’t permanent lighting fixtures for my porch, but they’re fun for this season and didn’t cost much at all to make. My youngest says that the lights are huge marshmallows – so there’s that.

I have already added a few fake spiders as we get closer to Halloween. That’s one of things I love about this fall porch design, I can add or remove layers to create different looks throughout the fall season.


The dried oak leaves blow in naturally – so I just go with it!

Fall porch decorating ideas and inspiration

Without further ado, here are some of my favorite fall porch decorating ideas and inspiration. You can click on the photo for more information about the designer. Be sure to follow them on Instagram for so much more decor and design inspiration.








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Easy Fall Decorating – Fall Home Tour 2021

Happy fall, y’all. Do you love all the fall sayings, or have you had enough? Do you love PSL (pumpkin spice lattes) or hate them? Are you decorating for fall yet, even a few touches? Everyone is different, but I love all things fall and I am so excited to share my Easy Fall Decorating – Fall Home Tour 2021 with you. I really tried to stick with my rust and blush color scheme, but green snuck in too. I should have known, it is my favorite color and a great neutral. It works, but any of the fall colors will do. One of my new favorite color combinations for fall is royal blue and wheat. The colors look great together and it’s a nice transition from summer.

I don’t have a lot to say on this post, but I have a lot of photos to share! I will say that fall decorating is one of my top favorite times to decorate. The style really reflects the fall weather (as soon as we get it) and all the colors in nature as the leaves change and things begin to dry and prepare for the cold winter. Even the smells outside are amazing. If you want to add some fall touches without spending a dime, just remove any other seasonal decor, but keep your everyday things (baskets, pottery, vases, books, containers, nick knacks, and then bring in some nature. Branches, fallen leaves, wheat stems, and even dried up plants that you already have can help to decorate for the fall vibes that have begun outside. I clipped our hydrangeas after they changed color and they dried beautifully. Some small branches and leaves have also begun to fall outside and I’m gathering those up too.

Without further ado, here are the early fall photos of my home, as you know things change regularly, but I really hope my fall touches inspired you and get you in the mood to refresh your home a bit too. I will be preparing my office for a birthday party, and then onto Halloween for a dinner party I’ll be hosting. So there are a lot of changes coming, but I love the challenge of using what I have and creating different looks to work for each event. Stay tuned, be sure to subscribe to get more DIY and decorating inspiration and ideas!


Easy Fall Decorating – Fall Home Tour 2021

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I love the console table in the entry, but I think the minimal bench adds a simple coziness that you just don’t get with a table.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
Here are a bunch of my dried hydrangeas. Yes, they make a mess when bumped into, but that’s OK with me.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
Quinn added the owl. Adding a stuffy isn’t exactly my touch, but it made her so happy. These candlesticks will help create my Murder Mystery dinner party tablescape.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
The blog post for the DIY vintage man in the moon is here. He is so fun!

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I stumbled upon these beautiful heirloom pumpkins at a little nursery. I was in heaven looking at all the different types!

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
We love this table, but it’s usually covered with a tablecloth. Love the warmth the wood tone when we can see it!

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I love gathering items on a tray or stand for the island – it makes it easier to move if I need to quickly.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
A rare view from the family room.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
Do you like geodes? I love them, but just want this one neutral one – it works for so many seasons and looks.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I adore these faux hops stems. You can get them online here.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I gathered up all my black books to create a fun little display. We’ve been reading more in the evenings and books always feel cozy to me.

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021
I call this an in-progress shot for my floating shelves. I’m working on it!

Easy Fall Decorating - Fall Home Tour 2021


That’s a wrap for my fall home tour. I sincerely hope you found something to inspire your own decorating adventures! As you know, things change around my home often, so be sure to catch me on Instagram to see other fall shots that aren’t in the tour~ And if you enjoy seasonal decorating inspo, DIY projects, crafts, party designs, and more, be sure to subscribe to my one email a week – always happy mail.


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Beautiful and Free Samsung Frame TV Digital Art

Beautiful and Free Samsung Frame TV Digital Art

Like most homes, we have a TV, well a few of them. And we’ve been enjoying the Samsung Frame TV for many years now. If I have to have a large rectangle as a focal point on my wall, I love the fact that I can customize the art that is shown on it (when it’s not being used). The TV comes with a lot of stock art, you can display family/personal photos, you can buy art from Etsy, and you can also upload free artwork to the TV as well. As you know, I love to decorate and design our home as well as add seasonal touches and changes. So being able to change out my Frame TV art is nice, but it could get costly. Which is why I’m so excited to show you how to add beautiful and free Samsung Frame TV digital art.


Beautiful and Free Samsung Frame TV Digital Art

One of my favorite go-to resources for artwork, handmade cards, graphic design, invitations, etc. is The Graphics Fairy. This site offers a ton of free images to use for personal use, and you may also subscribe for a monthly or annual subscription to have unlimited access to all the files as well as project ideas, and video tutorials each week. I did a search on vintage fall landscapes and found several images that I liked and then I saved them to a thumb drive and loaded them onto my Frame TV. I instantly knew which one I liked best with my mantel design and now I have free fall artwork above my fireplace. If you have a Samsung Frame TV, here are the instructions to load your own beautiful and free Samsung Frame TV digital art.


Beautiful and Free Samsung Frame TV Digital Art

Beautiful and Free Samsung Frame TV Digital Art

  1. Find an image that you want to display on your TV.
  2. Right click, and ‘save image as’.
  3. Save the image to your computer and remember the location.
  4. Open www.Canva.com and click the purple button ‘Create a design’ and then ‘Custom size’.
  5. Type in this size – 3840 pixels by 2160 pixels and then ‘Create new design’.
  6. A blank canvas will load. Click the ‘Uploads’ button along the left-side and browse to your saved image.
  7. Once uploaded into Canva, you can drag it onto your blank canvas.
  8. When you’re happy with how it looks, click the ‘Download’ button (upper right corner).
  9. Select the jpg file type, select page 1, and then ‘Download’ button.
  10. Download the canva image onto your computer, remember where you saved it and what you named it.
  11. Insert a thumb drive into your computer and copy the image to the thumb drive.
  12. Insert the thumb drive in the right side of the Samsung box and follow Samsung’s instructions.

Beautiful and Free Samsung Frame TV Digital Art

Beautiful and Free Samsung Frame TV Digital Art

Once you go through the steps a few times, it will be second nature and you will be able to quickly and easily change out your artwork all the time. I was displaying our latest family photo this last summer and some friends thought it was a framed photo above the mantel. The Frame TV is wonderful, it’s sleek, allows you to display artwork, and it provides a clear and beautiful viewing picture as well. If it still looks too much like a regular old TV for you, you can also get a frame that attaches to the outer edge of the TV. They have several styles and colors of frames which make it look even more like framed artwork. It’s an awesome concept and a win-win for the couple where one person has to have a TV in a room when the other hates the idea~

Our family room is slowly coming together. It’s been a tough room for me to make decisions on because it is our main room, we spend a lot of time in here and we don’t have a formal living area so this is our main seating. However, slowly but surely I’m making the changes that I want and we’re enjoy the cozy space as we go. In the meantime, I never have to worry about displaying beautiful artwork above our mantel with the Samsung Frame TV. Be sure to subscribe to the blog to watch this room come together. I have a new sofa coming, I’m slowing building the floating shelves, I will decide on a wall treatment soon, a new rug, window covers, and seasonal touches throughout the year.



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Thank you so much for checking out this post. If you upload some free artwork from Karen, at The Graphics Fairy to your Frame TV, be sure to share on Instagram and tag both of us. I’d love to see it and I know Karen would also.

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