Farmhouse Table Setting

This passover I hosted a seder for 16 people. I wanted the table to have a spring feel with a touch of farmhouse. I found wild flowers and placed them into milk jars and wrapped the jars in garland. I added a menu so the guest would know what was being served because everyone loves to know what’s ahead! Then I added some candles in mini mason jars for the last touch!IMG_4132 2
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Anthropologie inspired table setting

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Tonight my husbands Aunt and Uncle are in town from Holland and I have cooked a nice meal for them(recipe to come). I am OBSESSED with anything jute so when I found these placemats I was stoked!! Did I just say stoked?moving on….I added my favorite glasses, good ole mason jars, and a simple pink napkin for added fun! I will be serving water in the milk jars. I believe that going that extra mile when entertaining really takes a dinner party to the next level and your guest will never forget the effort!

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Hooked

img_1788Here is a simple way to keep backpacks, hats and jackets from getting all cluttered by the front door. This adorable piece was given to me for my birthday as a gift but I know my friends got it from etsy. I found the letters from Michael’s and just hung them on for a pop of color and a way to know whose hook belongs to whom. It’s an easy way to stay organized plus it looks cute too!

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Mason Spice Jars(Organization)

Mason Spice Jars(Organization)image So now that I’ve moved into a new house I am reorganizing all of my drawers and closets so I should have some new organizational ideas for everyone.  Here is my new mason jar spice drawer that cost me very little to do. The jars were $1.99 from bed bath and beyond and I found these two spice jar inserts from there as well for $14.99. I then used Averys design center and printed my own spice labels. Give it a try!