Welcome to our 2017 Holiday Link Party! We've joined a group of our blogging friends to bring you a month long holiday party. We’ll be sharing ideas for holiday decor, crafts, cards, tree trimmings, recipes, holiday traditions, activities, and more! We invite you join us and share yours, too. There . . .
I've loved diy snowman hats since I saw one years ago. I've wanted to make one and this year I finally put one together. Early this year, I went to Goodwill specifically to find items that would work for a snowman hat. I found a brass planter and a charger that were both just the right size for . . .
Welcome to the 2017 Ornament Exchange & Blog Hop! We are excited to participate for the third year in the annual ornament exchange. Erlene from My Pinterventures organizes it each year and she does a wonderful job! This year, there are 47 amazing bloggers participating in the exchange. The . . .
We're participating in the 2017 Ornament Exchange & Blog Hop. Today, we're sharing our handmade ornament that was made for the exchange. Making a No Sew Quilted Christmas Ornament isn't difficult, but it does involve a lot of steps! Have a look at how you can make one, too! The best part is that . . .
It's time for Christmas to begin at Across the Boulevard! We'll be sharing lots of Christmas ideas over the next six weeks. Can you believe that it's only six weeks until Christmas? While we haven't started our holiday decorating yet, we've been busy making some new ornaments and other decor pieces. . . .
It's getting close to Thanksgiving so that means it's time to dress up our dining table for the holiday. We don't have a large gathering for Thanksgiving, but I like to set a pretty table with place cards. For holiday gatherings, having place cards just adds a little something special to the . . .
I've admired pine cone wreaths for a while and finally decided to take the time to make one. It was easy to put together and I only ran into one tricky part with the placement of the inner circle of cones. Since the low country of South Carolina doesn't have an abundance of pine trees that drop . . .
Some trips to the thrift store are futile, but some days I find a few items that i know I can give new life to. For $2.99, this dough bowl I found at my local Goodwill needed to come home with me! I love having trays and bowls with seasonal decor in them throughout our house. I have a bin full of . . .
This year for our breakfast nook, I decided to play up the copper accents that I've been adding over the last year to this space and to the kitchen. I found bits and pieces at various stores to put together this casual fall tablescape. The colors all work together nicely to give me the look I . . .
This month, our blogging group is participating in an Upcycle Challenge. The challenge was to upcycle clothing material using old shirts, pants, sweaters, socks, or anything else made from material. We were encouraged to get creative. We're sharing our version of a Fall Sweater Wreath with flowers. . . .