Before I plant this hydrangea, I wanted to enjoy it inside for a few days. Aren’t hydrangeas the prettiest flower? My favorite color is purple. Or, maybe it’s white. Well, I guess I like hydrangeas in every color. Have I ever shown you this view from our kitchen? It’s looking into the dining room. You […]
Don’t you just love a great flea market? We first started shopping at Canton Trade Days in Texas around 2008. Canton is our favorite flea market…and where we’ve found the majority of the vintage pieces in our home. These little vintage water wheel buckets came from Canton…I think it was in 2010. The dealer sold […]
Two of my favorite things in the world are fresh herbs and taking photos 🙂 But you probably knew that already…with all the herb photos I share this time of year. I’ve learned a lot about growing herbs by reading and researching which ones grow best here in north Louisiana…but I’ve learned the […]
Today’s the day! It’s Reveal Day for our first Repurpose Design Series! If you’re new here to Buckets of Burlap…Welcome! I’m honored that you are visiting my blog 🙂 The challenge was to add #salvageswagger to our homes by finding a used item to repurpose for $20 or less. And without further delay… my […]
Last spring I planted two foxglove plants. After adoring them in photos on Pinterest, I really wanted to try to grow some in our garden. They are one of the prettiest cut-flowers. Well, good news is, they grew…and grew 🙂 Of course, I had to clip a few stalks to bring inside to enjoy. I […]
I believe in having fresh flowers on our table inside…it’s one of my favorite decorating tips. Candles and fresh flowers. When I grow up, I want to be a florist 😉 I love cutting all types of blooms and arranging them just so for little centerpieces. I thought three little goblets would look pretty full […]
Today would have been Poppy’s birthday…we sure do miss him 🙂 That was his cowboy hat, on the left. When he rode down to the pond to feed the donkeys, he always wore his cowboy hat. I’m thankful to have this sweet reminder of Poppy hanging in our room. We look forward to that heavenly […]Continue Reading...
The herbs are all blooming in the garden! I wanted to make an herb wreath this spring…using fresh herbs. I’ve had a few favorite herb wreaths pinned to my Garden Pinterest Board for a while…and finally had a chance to make one while Amy from Tennessee was here 🙂 So, we gathered these herbs: sage, […]