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I have a great thrift store near me, Miss Pixies. Today I found myself a whole side table setup! I saw this vintage wooden milk crate and new I needed it, but couldn’t think what for. Turned it on it’s side and it was the perfect height for my couch, plus you get the added benefit of extra space to decorate! I found some old cigar boxes and the copper jug and called it a day. Now I just need to add a lamp, which will come from West Elm since I just started a part time job there!

My living room has finally come together, I love how light and airy it is! The green fern breathes some life into the whole space!

My living room has finally come together, I love how light and airy it is! The green fern breathes some life into the whole space!

Finished product! I love starting out with no plan and letting creativity do the rest!

Finished product! I love starting out with no plan and letting creativity do the rest!

Sunday Funday || or something like that || #artsyfartsy

Sunday Funday || or something like that || #artsyfartsy

Summer berry pudding *no bake*

::blueberries
::blackberries
::raspberries
::strawberries
::challah bread or brioche
::sugar
::butter
::cinnamon sugar

Add berries and 1/4 cup of sugar and 1/4 cup of water into a pot over medium heat and bring to a simmer. Let simmer for 5 minutes.

Cut bread in 1 inch thick slices and butter on side and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar. 

Line the bottom of a dish with plastic wrap. Pour hot berry sauce in bottom my pan until the bottom is covered. Lay bread down covering the sauce. Pour more sauce over the bread and continue layer berry sauce and bread until the dish is full. 

Cover with plastic wrap and place on a rimmed backing sheet. Place in refrigerator over night dish with a weighted dish on top.

Enjoy!

Summer berry pudding *no bake*

::blueberries
::blackberries
::raspberries
::strawberries
::challah bread or brioche
::sugar
::butter
::cinnamon sugar

Add berries and 1/4 cup of sugar and 1/4 cup of water into a pot over medium heat and bring to a simmer. Let simmer for 5 minutes.

Cut bread in 1 inch thick slices and butter on side and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.

Line the bottom of a dish with plastic wrap. Pour hot berry sauce in bottom my pan until the bottom is covered. Lay bread down covering the sauce. Pour more sauce over the bread and continue layer berry sauce and bread until the dish is full.

Cover with plastic wrap and place on a rimmed backing sheet. Place in refrigerator over night dish with a weighted dish on top.

Enjoy!

A little DIY project last night :: dip painted terracotta pots :: instant update

A little DIY project last night :: dip painted terracotta pots :: instant update

4th of July treats! Rice crispie treats for our firework watching picnic at the capital. 

The only thing that would have made these better was if I had a star cookie cutter!

4th of July treats! Rice crispie treats for our firework watching picnic at the capital.

The only thing that would have made these better was if I had a star cookie cutter!

Moving step one- get the kitchen ready! In my family the kitchen is the most important place at home. 

We got some chevron contact paper Kmart to update these old shelves!

Moving step one- get the kitchen ready! In my family the kitchen is the most important place at home.

We got some chevron contact paper Kmart to update these old shelves!

Ikea bar stools getting a new life! Fresh and bright poppies re-upholstered for my new kitchen

Ikea bar stools getting a new life! Fresh and bright poppies re-upholstered for my new kitchen

Nothing more exciting than a fresh canvas! Can’t wait to make this my new home! Let the decorating begin!! Stay tuned for updates!