Fun Woodland Fall Mantel

Woodland Fall Mantel Display

I am excited to show off my Woodland Fall Mantel Display today! We don’t put up Christmas until Thanksgiving weekend – and since the Halloween mantel came down I couldn’t just leave it bare. That would be sad. I’m really happy with how it came out too! It’s was really…

Halloween Mantel Black and White

Vintage Black and White Halloween Mantel

I am so excited to show off our Halloween Mantel for this year! This year we’re in a new house! So I have this amazing antique marble fireplace to play with and this dark red wall. Which I confess I would rather not be red. But I am totally up…

Retro Colorful Christmas Mantel

Colorful Retro Christmas Mantel

I am so excited to finally be able to show you my Christmas mantel! It has been busy busy busy around here! Last year I had a Woodland theme on the mantel. I adored it (if I do say so myself) but this year I wanted more color! So I…

Halloween Mantel DIY

Tomb Sweet Tomb Halloween Mantel

I am so excited to show you this year’s Halloween Mantel! I mentioned in my Crystal Ball Candlesticks post that I loved the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland. Inside the hallway is a little cross stitch sampler that says Tomb Sweet Tomb and I have wanted to replicate it for ages. So…

Fall Decor

Simple Vintage Fall Mantel

This year I wanted to get a little Fall décor up before the big Halloween push so I did a quick and simple vintage fall mantel that I wanted to show off!

Vintage Garden Mantel for Spring

Are you noticing a theme this month? Me too. I seem to be on a vintage lace and linens kick. I used them in my Vintage Linen Table Runner as well as the Spring Hoop Art last week. Apparently I’ve been in a vintage/girly mood lately. Weird. That’s what I love…

Winter Wonderland Mantel

I am so excited to share with you all this year’s Christmas Mantel! I’ve been working hard getting it all together and I love how it has come out! It has a Winter Wonderland theme – all pine trees and snow and sweet little deers snuggled in! Ready to see?…