I ventured into Walgreens this week to pick up a photo order and to grab a quick snack before heading to an appointment. I was surprised to find so many pretty Christmas decorations- and almost nothing over $20.
This handsome fellow was only $14 and he was adorable! I almost bought him.
I love both of these trees, but the one on the right would be adorable in my kids’ rooms. I may go back and buy two of them.
This tiny little tree is perfect for small spaces. Who wouldn’t love to have one of these for their desk?
These little light up houses are precious and I couldn’t resist buying one of them.
I want this cute, colorful little frame so bad!
I’m usually not a fan of blue Christmas decorations but I could be a fan of this cute little tree!
These ornaments look like big light bulbs and I want some for my little tree.
These tree candles are pretty cute as well.
I will let you know later which decorations I bought and how I used them. Tune in Saturday for our Christmas home tour! Have a wonderful week! Visit us Thursday for a cute Christmas craft.
Hey, all! I’m a little late with my posts this week. Things have been craaaazzzzyyy! We have finally finished updating and remodeling one room of our house and are now busy working on another. I’ll be sharing that with you all soon.
In the meantime, I’d like to offer you all some free printables for Christmas- they’re very simple and very colorful. To download, simply right click on the design of your choice and save it to your device. To print, simply use your own printer or use a print shop. For best results, do not print larger than an 8×10.
I’d appreciate it if you would tag me in any posts or projects you may create from my printables. Also, these are for decorative purposes only and must not to be used for the purpose of gaining money or profit.
Simple pine tree.
3. Christmas wreath- O Come Let Us Adore Him
4. Christmas wreath- Merry and Bright
5. O Christmas Tree!
I hope you all have enjoyed my free printables! Join us soon for our Christmas home tour and our living room reveal!
We have recently taken a good look around and realized the younger members of the Lumber family are growing up…too fast. We have been trying to take the time to make some memories, and we’ve also been trying to explore some of our local area as well.
The little Lumbers have been asking to visit a pumpkin patch, and while there are two pumpkin patches within a short drive of our house, we decided to check out Smith Hollow Farm in Kernersville.
These two sweet sisters had a blast! They got to meet and even feed some of the farm’s many animals.
They both rode horses (It was the Littlest Lumber’s for the first time!!)
They also went on a hayride and got their faces painted.
We enjoyed the food and enjoyed walking around the pretty farm. Did you know they have weddings there? We didn’t.
The oldest Lumber tried her hand at archery- her Pop Pop would be proud.
And before we left, we chose two pumpkins to bring home and carve.
It was a great trip and didn’t cost us a lot of money. We had a great time and plan to go back.
Fall is my favorite season. It’s not only a beautiful time of year with the changing leaves, but there are so many fun things you can do. I thought I’d share some of my favorites with you today. The best thing about all of these is that they don’t cost you a dime.
1. Enjoy a spectacular fall sunset
Do you have a porch with an amazing view? Do you have an amazing view? Then go outside, enjoy a hot cup of coffee or an iced tea, and enjoy the beautiful sunset. North Carolina truly has some amazing sunsets- I try to pause and enjoy it every so often.
2. Make a fire and roast some marshmallows
Your fire pit doesn’t have to be fancy. Just a ring of rocks will do. My kids love to make s’mores and they look forward to this every year.
3. Go hiking or trail running
My favorite running buddy and I love to hit a trail when the weather cools off. Even if you aren’t a runner, you still may enjoy taking a brisk walk on a trail. Either way, a trail walk or run doesn’t cost a thing!!
4. Check out the pretty fall foliage
The leaves burst into some beautiful colors this time of year. Take a walk or take a drive and enjoy the beauty.
5. Visit a pumpkin patch
This one may or may not cost money. If you know someone who has a pumpkin farm, you may get to choose your pumpkin for free, but local farms and pumpkin patches will likely charge admission. The good news is farms that charge admission often offer other activities, such as hayrides, corn mazes, or foods.
I hope you enjoy this edition of Five Friday Favorites!! Have a wonderful weekend.
You all know I love fall. I also love a good freebie. There are a number of ways you can get a super cute fall print on the cheap…for free, even! Here are a few fun fall decor items you can print, frame or even make yourself that you will love!
1. Magazine photo framed
If you’re like me, you subscribe to tons of magazines. Sometimes the fall editions have pictures of gorgeous fall scenes in them. Number one is just a pretty picture I cut out of a Country Living magazine and stuck in a frame I already had.
2. Google images search
All three of these super cute printables came from doing a Google images search. The print that says “we gather together” and “give thanks” both were found at On Sutton Place and the Apple wreath print was found here.
Number three, the subway art printable, was created by Make Bake Celebrate, and I found it by searching fall art printables on Pinterest. I already had the frame.
4. Hang a trio of prints/ use fall colored paper to mat
I have had these printable cards for a long time, and try as I may, I cannot find the original source. If anyone recognizes them, please email me so I can appropriately credit the maker. I love these pretty little fall prints with their cheery colored mats. They make me smile everytime I see them.