August 31, 2014

Retiring The Pink Flamingos

It's time, people.

Time for the pink flamingos to fly back to Florida.

Pink flamingos and thoughts on summer's end  via

I'm battening down the hatches today and hauling all my summer porch decor back down to the basement.

A delphinium bloom and thoughts on summer's end  via


Summer flowers and thoughts on summer's end  via

Maybe a tad, but once Labor Day weekend hits, it's all downhill from here.

Tomatoes and thoughts on summer's end  via

Yep, it's on to pumpkins and cornstalks and chili with cornbread for me.

A baby pumpkin and thoughts on summer's end  via

And maybe roomier pants if I eat too much cornbread.

Are you calling it a summer already?

Or are you hanging onto your flip flops for dear life?

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August 28, 2014

Vintage Trailer Palooza

With the holiday weekend upon us, my mind once again starts drifting off to hitting the open road.

Source:Heart Handmade

Preferably with a vintage trailer in tow.

August 24, 2014

5 Random Thoughts On Randomness Part II

I'm having another scattered brained thoughts kind of day here, so I thought I'd just run with it.

Random Thought #1 - I bought my first mum of the year.

I know they're perennials and if I really took care of them they'd come back next year and I wouldn't have to buy them every single year.

Fall mum in a peach basket

August 20, 2014

Yard Sale Makeover No. 4 - Milk Glass Succulent Planter

Not sure if you call these candy dishes or planters or cat bowls. So I'm calling it a milk glass thingie.

You can buy one of these milk glass thingies at practically any thrift store in any city on any day. I found mine at a yard sale though and it's part of my Yard Sale Makeover series.

Using rubber succulents in your home decor.  Includes a very simple tutorial to create a succulent dish.  via

Oh, did I mention these succulents are rubber?


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