Top 12 DIY Posts from 2015

December 28, 2015

Happy Monday!

How was your holiday weekend?  Wasn't it fabulous to still have the weekend to recover after Christmas on Friday?  For the first time in a long time, I felt like I completely relaxed and enjoyed what was going on around me.  I hope that you can say the same.  It is almost hard to go back to my normal workday schedule today!

As 2015 comes to a close, I thought I would share a look back at some of my most popular DIY posts from the year.  It has been an exciting twelve months and I can't wait to see what 2016 holds.  I have big plans for this blog and my life and hope to be able to share them with you sometime this week.

For today, though, let's focus on the past, shall we? I'd love to know......which one of these projects was your favorite from the year?



Top 12 DIY Posts of 2015 from www.andersonandgrant.com


Close Up Christmas Tour

December 21, 2015

My camera was very busy working over the past few months snapping pictures to share here and on Instagram.  I take a lot of pictures for my posts and then have to sort through them all to find the best pictures to share.  I enjoy snapping pictures at different angles and getting close up to see the details.    While most of those pictures didn't seem to fit into my earlier posts, they normally end up being my favorites.  I enjoy the blurry backgrounds and brightness that you can achieve by zooming in on single items.

To close out this Christmas blogging season, I'm sharing some of my favorite pictures that haven't been shared here on anderson + grant yet.  We will call it a mini Christmas tour of my house to highlight some of the details (and the kitchen) that you may not have seen.  These pictures will get you up close and personal with some of my favorite things from the holiday!

Thank you so much from the very bottom of my heart for visiting my home and sharing a part of the holiday season with me.  Have yourself a very merry Christmas, friends!





DIY Distressed Christmas Signs

December 20, 2015




Can you feel it?  The feelings of Christmas are all around as the holiday draws near.  As I type this, I can smell the scent of a gingerbread candle burning on the coffee table next to me.  Christmas music is playing in the background.  And a thin dusting of snow has finally fallen on the neighborhood (although I know that won't be sticking around for the holiday).  


Friday Favorites

December 18, 2015

Can you believe that next week at this time will be Christmas?!?!  Crazy how fast this month has gone......and the whole year quite frankly.  

The weather has been extraordinarily warm here and Christmas day looks like it will be in the mid-fifties and sunny.  Not typical weather for a day in central PA when most expect snow, but to be quite honest I'm totally fine with it.  The older I get, the more I think I'd be perfectly happy living in a warm southern climate.  

I've still got a few posts planned for next week, but I'm also planning some time for just sitting back and enjoying the season and time with family and friends.  Since the holidays are falling on Fridays, this is it for the series this year.  I'm guessing we all have a few more interesting things to keep us busy for a couple weeks!

So here is the final Friday Favorites of 2015.  Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend my friends!






As a courtesy to the bloggers I've featured, please pin these images from their 
own posts using the links provided.  Thanks!



Personalized Wrapping  ||  Boxwood Clippings

Handmade Christmas Train Makeover

December 14, 2015



As a child, each year at Christmas time I would decorate a small tree for my bedroom.  I guess that must have been an early indicator of my love of design.  The tree was about three feet tall and was a chance to personalize my space for the holidays.

I'd love to be able to know what my thoughts were back then as I placed my white angel on top of the tree.  Did I step back and analyze the placement of ornaments on each branch as I do now?  Was there a plan or style that I decided before starting the process?  Or did I just use the items that I had to make my tree festive for the season?

Friday Favorites

December 11, 2015

Happy Friday, sweet friends.  I hope that your weeks are beginning to fill with the joy and wonder of the holiday season.  It is time to slow down and take in the beautiful decorations you've taken the time to display, turn on some holiday tunes, and sip a cup of hot chocolate or peppermint coffee.  Fully immerse yourself in the Christmas spirit so that you don't wake up on December 26 with regret and realize that it is all over for another year.  I'd love to hear what you are doing this year to really be present in celebrating the real reasons for the season.

Last week for Friday Favorites, I focused on some of my favorite images from the Cherished Christmas Home Tour that I took part in.  Today I thought I'd branch out to some of the many other tours happening and share a few of the pictures that I found most inspiring.  For the most part, they are all very simple and clean.  It has me already thinking about my decorating for next year!

Have a wonderful weekend, and I'll see you back here on Monday!



As a courtesy to the bloggers I've featured, please pin these images from their 
own posts using the links provided.  Thanks!




Sour Cream Cookies.....A Favorite Family Recipe

December 9, 2015



I really didn't get a chance to know my Grandma Mickey, because she died when I was three years old.  But from the stories I've heard, she was a big fan of making sure that cookies were offered when you were there to visit.  And one of her recipes is still made on a regular basis by practically everyone in my dad's family.


Displaying a Christmas Boxwood Wreath {Home for the Holidays}

December 8, 2015



Have you noticed that Christmas time brings out a lot of collaborations and tours?  I almost feel as though everywhere I turn on the internet lately is another picture of a perfectly decorated room or craft project.  (Although yesterday, my friend Ashley of Cherished Bliss shared a not-so-pretty glimpse at what our homes actually look like when a tour is being photographed.)

Today marks the last group and tour that I'm in for the year.  Promise.

Last year I joined in with these same bloggers for my entire house tour, but we decided to take it a little easier with less stress this year and not necessarily do a whole house tour.  That was a relief! The Home for the Holidays tour started yesterday and will conclude today.  Links and pictures to everyone's tours appear at the end of today's post.

A Picture with Santa Claus {Home for Christmas Blog Hop}

December 6, 2015



This evening, I have the opportunity to participate in a gigantic holiday blog hop in partnership with Hometalk.com and CountryLiving.com.  There are so many people participating in this, each with their own unique ideas for decorating and creating this Christmas season.  I'd love for you to take some time to visit some of these talented bloggers.  The hashtag for this event is #homeforchristmas so you can use this throughout social media and on Hometalk.com to find additional participants in the event.


Friday Favorites

December 4, 2015

Happy Friday friends!  It has been the strangest week.  After the Thanksgiving holiday, a Black-Friday weekend shopping trip, and not having to go to work on Monday because of the first day of hunting season (yes, I live in a rural area!), I've never gotten quite on track with what day it is.  Now that Friday has finally come, maybe I can get caught up and back to a normal schedule.

I hope that your week has been going well.  Unless you've been cut off from the internet over the past week, I'm sure that you've been aware that home tours have been popping up everywhere!  It is always an exciting time of year to see how everyone has transformed their homes for the holidays. I've been pinning like crazy! 

Making Your Christmas Cards Special

December 3, 2015



Each year, it seems more and more like the holiday becomes one big rush of things that must be done.

 Shopping for gifts.

Decorating the house.

Sending out Christmas cards.

Preparing meals for guests.

And before you know it, the holiday is over, the decorations are put away and you're left wondering where the season went.

Does any of that sound familiar?

DIY No Sew Burlap Table Runner

December 2, 2015



Creating something with your own two hands is one of the best feelings.  Regardless of what you are making or your level of expertise, being able to say you successful made something is incredibly rewarding.  Sometimes your skills may not match up with what you need to know for a project, but there is normally an alternative and way around the knowledge you may be lacking.  I find playing with different materials and experimenting to be incredibly soothing and relaxing.

DIY Thrift Store Rocking Horse Makeover

December 1, 2015


Hi everybody!  Did you check out the first day of the Cherished Christmas Home Tour yesterday which included Cherished Bliss, Maison de Pax, Live Laugh Rowe, Dandelion Patina, and Craftberry Bush as well as myself?  I'm so glad that I was able to post on the first day so that now I can sit back and enjoy the rest of the week of amazing bloggers!  Thank you so much to all of you who left comments on the post yesterday and throughout social media.  Hearing from you is the greatest feeling in the world and I'm very grateful for the connections that can form with us all.

Christmas Home Tour with Country Living

November 30, 2015

Christmas Home Tour  |  www.andersonandgrant.com

Hello friends and welcome to my Christmas home!  I am honored to be partnering with Country Living and Ashley at Cherished Bliss today to share my holiday decorating along with some of my best blogging friends.  This is going to be an amazing week filled with some truly talented ladies.

Friday Favorites

November 6, 2015


Good Friday morning, friends.  I hope that your week has gone well!

This past week, I took a little social media break.  If you follow me on Pinterest or Instagram you may have noticed that I wasn't really around.  I don't know about you, but there are times when I feel like I am on inspiration overload.  With so much to look at, it starts to get a little overwhelming and unenjoyable.  Sometimes I like to step back and focus on my own projects and creating my own inspiration.  Do you ever feel that way?

Friday Favorites

October 30, 2015



Hi everyone!  Thank you so much for stopping by for another week of my Friday Favorites.  I love sharing the things that have inspired me through the week in the hope that they might be something that you enjoy as well.   I find that I am at my most creative when I am surrounded by things that constantly make me look at things in different ways.  

There is a bit of everything here today including a Thanksgiving craft, some industrial farmhouse decorating ideas, and a little something for your taste buds.   


Do you see anything here that is your favorite, too?

How to Make Special Chocolate Covered Caramel Apples

October 28, 2015


Thinking back, I can vividly remember my first ever bite of a chocolate covered caramel apple.  It was at Sunday School during my college years and two sisters had brought some to share after making them over the weekend with their mom.  The apples were beautiful....all wrapped up in cellophane and tied with a neat little bow.  Some apples had sprinkles on the outside, while others had nuts.  They were a special treat.  And there we sat for an hour cutting into the apples eating the delicious treat slice by slice.  It was heavenly....appropriate I suppose since we were in church.




Tidying Sentimental Items {The Secret to Decluttering}

October 25, 2015


Welcome to the final post in our decluttering series!  Today we are each discussing sorting through sentimental items like photographs and keepsakes.

In case this is your first time here, each Sunday I have been joining some of my blogging friends in posting about my views about how to gain control over your clutter.  Many of us are focusing on things that we learned from The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up* (affiliate link) by Marie Kondo.  The other girls participating this week are.....

Krista at The Happy Housie
Annie at Zevy Joy
Jamie at anderson + grant

Links to everyone's posts today appear at the bottom of this post.




Friday Favorites

October 23, 2015



Ah, Friday....how I love you so.  

Do you find the end of the week as refreshing as I do?  You know that by the time you've reached Friday that you have almost made it to the weekend.  And that is glorious.  Unless of course you have to work on Saturday and then Friday isn't so glorious. 


For the past few weeks, my weekends have involved with going out of town and out of the house.  I'm a girl who likes to be at home and I am so looking forward to a couple days where I don't have to leave.  There is still plenty to do with work to be done outdoors to clean up from fall and preparations for a lot of upcoming events and projects.....but I can be at home to do it all.   

Create a Gallery Wall Using a Collection

October 21, 2015

Are you a collector? What kinds of things do you search for when you go shopping or antiquing?

As a kid, I had a few odd collections that grew to be pretty large.  

Every pig I could find, I wanted to buy.  It didn't matter if the pig was stuffed, resin, on a coffee mug, or in a picture, I needed it.  And of course when you have a collection like that, everyone starts adding to it in order to "help" you out.  I don't know how many pigs I ended up with but it was quite a few.  And then I was done with collecting them as quickly as I started.  All that remains is a little pig cutting board from a vacation in Vermont.  

My other weird collection was one that a friend and I started and it grew into quite a competition to see which of us could have more.  Any guesses what would interest two ten year old girls?  

Barbies?  (OK, I had a lot of those, but that isn't what we collected.) 

Baseball cards?  (Nope, no interest in sports at the time.)

Give up?  

Pencils.  We collected pencils.  It didn't matter what color or image appeared on them.  They could be glittered or made for a holiday.  Some were just plain old number 2 school pencils.  We didn't care.  We just wanted pencils.  Boxes and boxes of pencils.  We'd go to each other's houses with our pencil boxes and empty them out too see the different pencils.  And then we'd count the pencils just to be sure how many each of us had at that time.  (I think Jasmin was always the winner.)

There was even one infamous sleepover where she decided we'd "film" a movie and for some reason that involved knocking over the boxes of pencils in the middle of the night.,,,,numerous times.  My dad put a stop to our movie production.  

So what does any of these random stories have to do with today's post, you ask?

Have a bare wall in your home, but not sure how to decorate it?  Check out this post filled with inspiring ideas for using a collection of items to create a gallery wall in your home.  #decorating #gallerywall #decoratingideas #andersonandgrant

DIY Handwritten Quote Sign

October 19, 2015

Create a piece of inspirational DIY art for the wall using your favorite quote.  ||  www.andersonandgrant.com


I have a bit of a confession to make.....

I fear that I may have become a little bit of a shopaholic lately.  An intervention may be needed.

This cement finial was one of my most recent purchases.  Isn't it pretty?  The finial has been hand painted with Miss Mustard Seed's milk paint and then distressed.  The moment I saw it at an artisan market I knew that I just had to have it.  Just what an addict would say, right?


Rustic Coat Rack Makeover {An Afternoon Project}

October 18, 2015

A little sanding and paint is all this vintage piece needed to be a 
rustic coat rack perfect for the entryway!

Rustic Coat Rack Makeover {An Afternoon DIY Project}  ||  www.andersonandgrant.com


Imagine yourself walking through your favorite store actually hearing things speak to you.....

"You know you'll love me."


"I can be made so much prettier with a little love from you."

"I have a purpose that you just can't see right now."

And occasionally, things in the store will be honest and say, "You want me now, but will regret it later.  Walk away."


Friday Favorites

October 16, 2015


In case you weren't aware, today is Friday.  Can anyone point me in the direction of where my week went? 

After posting six (and a few times seven) days a week through September and into October, I think I finally mentally crashed and needed a bit of a break.  The past few days of not posting has given me a chance to regroup and just relax a bit.  I actually had a few minutes to spend reading some of my favorite blogs and browsing Pinterest, which doesn't happen much anymore.

I'm ready to enjoy the weekend and then get busy again next week.  And just as a little FYI, it is looking like it is going to be a week devoted to things to hang on the wall.  It wasn't intentional that all of my projects ended up falling under that category, but it happened. I think we all have some walls that could be decorated, right? 

Spiced Pumpkin Coffee Cake Recipe

October 11, 2015

Spiced Pumpkin Coffee Cake Recipe for fall breakfast or dessert.  ||  www.andersonandgrant.com


One of my favorite parts of the fall season is the tastes and scents that are so popular.  While I realize that some people hate to see the popularity of pumpkin flavored everything, I can't get enough of it.  So if you are one of the types that cringe whenever you see a new use for pumpkin, this post is not for you.  

Today I'm sharing a recipe for Pumpkin Spice Coffee Cake.  It is a twist on my Pistachio Coffee Cake that I shared a few years ago and could not be easier to make.  Normally I'm very much a make-it-from-scratch baker, but this is one of the few exceptions.  There are times when a box cake mix works just fine......times when baking something is good enough.

Decluttering Technology {The Secret to Decluttering}


Good morning everyone!  Let me begin by apologizing for not having a post last week on decluttering paper.  If you had read my Friday Favorites post, you heard that a storm had moved into my area during the week and flooded my basement.  Because of that there wasn't a whole lot of extra blogging time and that post did not happen.  I hope that you were able to find some paper decluttering inspiration from some of my friends, however!

Friday Favorites

October 9, 2015


Happy Friday!  I hope that you have had a wonderful week.  

Did you have a chance to check out all the great pumpkin ideas this week as part of Pumpkin Palooza with Country Living Magazine?  It is such a dream come true to even be able to think about something that I've created showing up on my favorite magazine's website.  It is something that I can now cross off my dream to-do list.  

DIY Dry Brushed Chalk Painted Pumpkins | Pumpkin Palooza

October 7, 2015


Basic craft store pumpkins are updated with chalk paint in shades of green and 
an easy dry-brushing technique.   They now have the texture and color
variations of real pumpkins!


DIY Dry Brushed Chalk Paint Pumpkins {Pumpkin Palooza}  |  www.andersonandgrant.com






Good morning everyone!  I'm so thrilled today to be able to join in with 14 of my blogging friends and Country Living Magazine for a Pumpkin Palooza!  It is taking place all week across our blogs and I'm honored to be able to share the day with Heather from Setting for Four and Ashley from Little Glass Jar.



How to Dry Fall Leaves Tutorial

October 5, 2015


If you've been following along here at all over the past month, you've noticed that I've been using a lot of dry and preserved oak leaves in my decorating.  Every bare spot in my decor seems to look more complete with the addition of a few branches of them.  I hadn't really thought much about the process of drying leaves and figured there was nothing to share, but I've received so many questions and comments about the idea that I thought a post was needed.

This is by no means a complete or technical tutorial on preserving leaves.  It is merely what has worked for me based on my own experiences.


Friday Favorites

October 2, 2015


Hi Everyone.  Can I say that I am super glad that today is Friday?  It has been one of those weeks.  You know the kind where you just can't wait for it to be over?  

Heavy rains moved into my area on Tuesday and it put down well over five inches......a couple inches of which ended up in my basement.  It was quite an unexpected shock because when I was in the basement at 4PM there was nothing, but by 6 the water was over the entire floor.  Needless to say there was quite a mess, but luckily anything that can get ruined is stored up off the floor.  It is just a job to get everything moved and dried out.  

DIY Fall Leaf Tree

September 30, 2015


I've become a little obsessed with collecting bits of nature lately on walks through my neighborhood.  
Acorns

Leaves

Branches

Pine cones

I feel a bit like a crazy squirrel running around gathering supplies to stock up for winter.  

I'm loving the simplicity of decorating with these items this fall.  And from your comments here and throughout social media, along with other blogs I've been reading, it seems like a lot of us are in agreement about including nature in our autumn decor this year.  They were the inspiration for today's post.....



Decorating with Ironstone in the Fall

September 28, 2015

Simple display for fall with a collection of ironstone and brown transferware.  |  www.andersonandgrant.com

Out of all the areas that I showed last week in my fall house tour, my favorite was a cupboard filled  with the white pottery that I've been collecting.    It was hard to focus too much on just one area during the tour, so I thought today I'd take a moment and explain my thoughts behind creating a cohesive ironstone display in your fall decor.

Apple Danish Cheesecake

September 27, 2015


In my eyes, September is all about apples.  And I thought before the month was over I just had to share this recipe for Apple Danish Cheesecake with you.  It is seriously the most delicious dessert you can make this fall and is one of the easiest cheesecakes there is to create.

Tidying Books {The Secret to Decluttering}



Happy Sunday!  I hope that your weekend is going well.  Today is the next installment in our decluttering series.  Have you been following along on the journey to finding what possessions bring you joy?





In case this is your first time here, each Sunday I'm joining some of my blogging friends in posting about my views about how to gain control over your clutter.  Many of us are focusing on things that we learned from The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up* (affiliate link) by Marie Kondo.  The other girls in this series are....

Erin at DIY Passion
Mary Beth at Cupcakes and Crinoline
Krista at The Happy Housie


Friday Favorites

September 24, 2015


Good Friday morning to you all.  I'm so happy to have you stopping by to see some of my favorite things that I've found this week while browsing through the internet.  My hope is that you'll always leave here on Fridays inspired and maybe even introduced to some different blogs.  One of my favorite things to do when I have time is to actually click through the pins I find on Pinterest (crazy, I know!) and browse around some new blogs.  There are times that I can just tell that a specific pin is going to lead me to an inspiring site.   A couple of today's favorites are from my must-read blog list, but a few are from websites I've never visited before and I really enjoyed having a look around a new space.   

Neutral Fall Home {Farmhouse Fall Tour of Homes}

September 23, 2015

Create an interesting fall display using pumpkins, squash, and gourds in shades of green and white.  |  Farmhouse Fall Home Tour at www.andersonandgrant.com

Happy first day of fall!!!  How lucky am I that the day of my fall home tour falls on the start of the season.  I'm so excited to share what I've put together with you today.

If you are a follower of a+g, then you've been seeing little glimpses of my fall decor already, but today is everything in one place, plus lots of things you haven't seen.  

When you are done visiting my home, be sure to visit my friend's homes and see their amazing decor too as part of the Farmhouse Fall Tour of Homes, which started on Monday and runs through the end of the week.  We all have very similar styles, so it is really inspiring to look at what each of these other 14 gals has put together in their own homes.  Everyone's links appear at the end of this post.

Over 25 Ways to DIY a Craft Store Pumpkin

September 21, 2015

So, today's post was supposed to be for my DIY pumpkin project.  But you know how sometimes plans just don't come together?  The plastic pumpkins are still sitting in my kitchen pumpkin patch in various stages of completion.  But I thought that this was the perfect opportunity to share everyone else's creative ideas for transforming a fake craft store pumpkin into something really unique and special. (And many of these could be done using real pumpkins, too.)


Need some inspiration for transforming plastic craft store pumpkins this fall?  Check out this collection of over 25 unique DIY ideas!  |  www.andersonandgrant.com



Rustic Pumpkins from Target

September 20, 2015

These birch bark pumpkins made by Smith & Hawken are the most unique decoration I've seen this fall.  |  www.andersonandgrant.com


I don't know about you, but there are times when I see something for sale and immediately know I have to have it.  If you follow Liz Marie on instagram, you may recall that that she posted rustic birch bark pumpkins on her feed when they first came into the Target stores.  The minute I saw them, I wanted one (or three).  Problem is that I don't have a Target close to me.  And then went I did get to go, that particular store didn't have any.  Insert my sad face here.

Tidying Accessories + Makeup {The Secret to Decluttering}



Welcome back to the third week in our series on decluttering and sparking joy.  It has been a blast hearing from all of you and seeing the similarities and differences between each of our posts every week.  (I loved the fact that three of us mentioned we found inspiration from this link at Goop website last week.  That was not planned, I assure you!)

Friday Favorites

September 17, 2015


Happy Friday friends!  I hope that you have all had an amazing week.  This one was a busy one for me trying to get some projects and posts done.  Next Wednesday I'm participating in a Farmhouse Fall home tour so much of my time has been spent trying to prepare for showing off a few spaces for you.  I also finally got around to painting the Hobby Lobby pumpkins I purchased after Thanksgiving last year.  They are looking fantastic and fitting right into my vision.  Isn't it a great feeling when plans actually work out as you expect?!?!

Trip to a Farm Market

September 15, 2015



When I first settled on my green and cream color palette for this year's fall season, I got a little worried that maybe I had boxed myself into a corner.  Was I going to be able to buy, make, or find enough items for the house in that color scheme and not to look empty.  Living in a part of PA that doesn't seem to sell many white pumpkins or unique fall gourds, I got a little nervous that I was going to have to forego my plan and stick with a more traditional orange pumpkin color.

A Simple Fall Centerpiece {Fall at Home Blog Hop}


Look for interesting gourds, squash, and pumpkins to create a unique centerpiece.  |  www.andersonandgrant.com

Over Labor Day weekend, I had the opportunity to visit an amazing farm market in the city.  I'll be sharing more about it tomorrow, but it was like this place knew I needed white and green pumpkins and gourds for decorating this year.  (My color theme for this year centers around a neutral color palette.  You can read more about it here.)

Rustic Pumpkin Stand Baking Station {DIH Workshop with Home Depot}

September 14, 2015

This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.

Check out this post and learn how to create a Rustic Pumpkin Stand for your home this fall!  |  www.andersonandgrant.com



Hello everyone!  I'm so excited for you to be here today and join in the first ever Home Depot Virtual Workshop Party.  I was on cloud nine when Kelly from Live Laugh Rowe invited me to join in with her and an amazing group of bloggers.  All 24 of us were asked to create the same project, a rustic pumpkin stand, but style it in our own way for a given room of the house.  The links to everyone's creative take on the pumpkin appear at the end of this post.  The five of us in Kelly's group had the kitchen as our room to use the Rustic Pumpkin Stand.

Tidying Clothes {The Secret to Decluttering}

September 13, 2015



Did you get a chance to look over last week's post to help you get started with the decluttering process?  I loved seeing how each of us participating in this series really had our own views and ways of designing our individual posts.  You really have the opportunity to find  some great decluttering ideas that will work for you!  Everyone's links for this week's topic appear at the bottom of this post.

Friday Favorites

September 10, 2015



Happy Friday to you all.  I hope your shortened week has gone well.  I must say that I'm happy to see that the weekend is here again!

Today I'm back with another post on my weekly favorites.  I hope you enjoy all the things I found interesting over the past week.

See you back here on Monday!

A Rustic Green and White Fall

September 9, 2015


Last year I was completely inspired by a Thanksgiving tablescape on Rooms for Rent.  Bre decorated her table with green pumpkins and mercury glass candleholders.  Absolutely stunning.  It got me thinking almost immediately about what I'd like to do for fall 2015 and I've been planning ever since.

If you saw my post yesterday, you got a glimpse at where my decorating ideas are headed.  But that was just a quick display without me going into full on decorating mode.    There is plenty more to come.

How to Create a Warm + Cozy Home This Fall

September 8, 2015

Fall is the perfect season to create a warm and cozy home.  
These easy tips will help you accomplish that!

Read this to find out simple and inexpensive ways to make your home cozy and comfortable this fall!  ||  www.andersonandgrant.com

Portions of this post originally appeared at Craftberry Bush.


I'm so excited to start digging into some fall craft projects this week.  There have been a lot of things that I've had to get done lately for future projects, so I haven't had a chance to really start getting into the fall spirit yet.  They are complete for the most part, and some of the decorations got put out in the house yesterday so now I am going full steam ahead into fall crafting mode.  My pumpkins are waiting to be painted.

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