A Few of My Favorite Things

A Few of My Favorite Things

Summer is winding down here in my little corner of the world. And although I'm excited for all the fall vibes that are on the horizon, I don't want to say goodbye to summer! I have a few last things on my summer bucket list, including making at least one more citrus-themed pie (maybe this one?). And although it's way too late to start a garden, what about a few... Continue Reading

16 Farm-Fresh Recipes

16 Farm-Fresh Recipes

We joined a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) through Millsap Farm this summer, and it's been so much fun to get fresh vegetables, herbs, and fruit on our doorstep every week! We love opening up the delivery box to see what kinds of goodies are inside. Today we are going to share all the awesome dishes that Emma made using items from the farm! Hungry? Let's get started with this amazing... Continue Reading

Gift Idea: Sister Photo Book

Gift Idea: Sister Photo Book

Hi, friends. Today let's hop back on the scrapbooking train! I'm going to show you how to make one of my very favorite albums, a chipboard photo book, in another installment of our Canon USA collaboration. I made one earlier this year with wedding photos, but the one we're going to make today is even simpler, because we're using a three-ring binder book instead of a spiral-bound book. This book... Continue Reading

Summer Corn Risotto

Summer Corn Risotto

We got a few lovely ears of corn in our CSA box last week, so I've been experimenting with corn lately. I love corn. It's a bright, happy, yellow color. Yes, colors have emotions. Oh, you think that's cheesy? Well... uh... you're right. Guys, I'm really cheesy. Corn is also one of those weird vegetables that isn't really a vegetable; you just thought it was growing up, but it's actually... Continue Reading

How to Make an Inexpensive Plank Backsplash

How to Make an Inexpensive Plank Backsplash

Our home was blessed by amazingly sleek walls and ceilings—no orange peel or popcorn textures in sight! Except for the one wall I couldn't avoid—the one behind the stove. It was covered with a textured finish that couldn't have felt more out of place (in my mind, at least). Removing the cabinets above the stove area further exaggerated this problem texture, because I now had a wall that was half... Continue Reading

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