Monday, November 30, 2015

Shabby Chic Thanksgiving

 Hello beautiful friends! 
Today I am sharing my holiday dining room and reflecting on all of my blessings.
 I have hosted our family gatherings for years now, but this year I really embraced cooking up a delightful Thanksgiving dinner.

 I surprised myself and had a really nice time cooking!
I went crazy Pinning yummy recipes off of Pinterest.
I found turkey success with the Pioneer woman Ray Drummond's tasty turkey recipe.
I used alot of candles of different sizes to create an intimate romantic setting.
As fun as it was to cook, I am reminded that my family is truly the centerpiece of the gathering!
Much love to you all.
xoxo
Olivia

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Pink Princess holiday treasures

 Hello gorgeous friends!
I have been working on a few holiday treasures to romance your Pink Christmas home!
 Victorian pink cameos, vintage laces, sparkling ribbons and holiday charm have been the theme of my Pink Christmas creations this year!




Find these darling Pink Princess holiday treasures in my Olivia's Romantic Home Etsy Shoppe! 
Please use my VIP coupon code PINKGIRL when you checkout to receive 25% off total purchase when you checkout.
Merry Pink Christmas
hugs and sparkles,
xoxo
Olivia

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Inexpensive White Christmas Tree Decorating

 Hello my darling friends!
I have begun fluffing my home for the holiday season!
As usual I am on a bit of a budget some I am using some of my thrifty finds to fluff up my vintage white Christmas tree.
 I picked up a packet of gold bulbs and gold berries for next to nothing and added them to the pinks and frosty blues to create a bit of holiday romance to my pastel decor.
 My little ones favorite bunny has outfitted herself and put on a bow to celebrate the season.
She reminds me of the Velveteen Rabbit...very loved!
 To save money on buying new ribbons, I cut a $1 lace thrift store panel up and wove it into my tree before putting to balls on. 
To soften the gold balls I hot glued a floppy lace bow (also cut from the lace panel) to the top of the ornament. I also used some cheap acrylic paint and painted plain ornaments into a frosted icy blue and then added glitter to them.
I am really loving the blue touches and hope to do a few more here and there.
I am looking forward to this holiday season.
Come what may, I remind myself that every single day is a blessing from God.
Have a beautiful blessed day.
Hugs and sparkles,
xoxo
Olivia
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