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Preserved Boxwood Wreath Tutorial

Christmas boxwood wreath in my Southern Christmas home tour

Is there any greenery more elegant than boxwood? Nope, not in my book, although magnolia comes in pretty close! I love preserved boxwood decorations whether its wreaths, garland, or topiaries, but I have not been willing to pay the hefty price tag for these items.  As I was planning my Christmas decor this year, I …

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Rattan Bar Cart DIY: Inspired by Society Social

Rattan bar cart DIY in navy blue - perfect for chic entertaining

Get the charming sophistication of a Society Social bar cart with this bar cart DIY for under $40 Ask any hostess with the mostest and she will tell you a bar cart is an essential entertaining tool, especially if you don’t have a built in bar.  Bar carts are functional, offering storage for your liquor …

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Autumn Feather Wreath DIY

Autumn feather wreath DIY

Welcome your Thanksgiving guests with a festive, harvest themed wreath.  This autumn feather wreath DIY is simple to create but really makes a statement at the front door.  The wreath is pretty and elegant, and who doesn’t love feathers? Materials for the Feather Wreath DIY: White Styrofoam Wreath Form Various Feathers – Pheasant, Peacock, Turkey …

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The Easiest DIY Plate Chargers Ever: No Sewing or Painting

The Easiest DIY Plate Chargers Ever: No Sewing or Painting. Make 4 fabric chargers for less than $10 and in under 15 minutes. Learn how on penderandpeony.com

Make 4 fabric chargers for less than $10 and in under 15 minutes! *This post contains affiliate links for your convience.* This fall I could not find placemats or plate chargers that I liked for my fall tablescape.  It was one of those supremely annoying moments where I knew the look I wanted but couldn’t …

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8 Tricks to DIY Wainscoting

DIY Wainscoting in the Dining Room. Learn the tricks to putting up molding on penderandpeony.com

Progress is finally being made on our renovations! Progress you can really see! Over the weekend S. and I completed our dining room DIY wainscoting and chair rail project. Who am I kidding? S. did most of the work; he is a jack of all trades: a mechanic, a carpenter, and one hell of a …

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