Last week I went to the hardware store, and the Halloween stuff was already being replaced with Christmas decorations. We haven’t even gotten through Halloween yet, and what about Thanksgiving?? I’m still working on my Halloween decor, and if you’re in the same boat, this easy DIY Halloween wreath is for you.
I don’t quite remember why, but a couple of weeks ago my husband Steven got hyped up about mushroom mole. We happened to have a bunch of mushrooms in the fridge, and came up with the idea of him making some mushroom mole in the slow cooker. He doesn’t cook very often, so after we found a recipe as a starting point, I got out of the way and let him go for it. And as soon as I tasted his flavorful mushroom mole, I realized that I needed to share the recipe here.
Happy Friday (the 13th)! How did this week go by so fast? This weekend I’ll hopefully finally be finishing the catio I’ve been building for my cats. It got held up this week by some extremely rainy weather that I could have worked through, but didn’t. The next few days should be nicer, which means that it’s also the perfect time for fall bulb planting for spring flowers.
Pretty plant printing.
This upholstered bench is such a great way to re-use an old rug.
Get me a pile of these loaded green vegan nachos, stat!
I love moss, so it’s no surprise that I’m a big fan of this moss embroidery.
Speaking of moss, this moss wreath is another great way to use it in decor.
Are you ready for Halloween? I’m not big on black-and -orange decor, but I do like an excuse to indulge the goth part of me that appreciates skulls, bones, and the color black. When I spotted Halloween glass skull jars on sale at Micheals the other day, I knew that with a bit of paint, they’d make perfect skull plant pots.