Showing posts with label au naturale. Show all posts
Showing posts with label au naturale. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

AU NATURALE: Bird Seed Acorn Cakes

As the weather turns colder, it’s time to remember our little backyard friends. I’ve been wanting to make some bird seed cakes for the longest time and finally took the time to whip some up.



Thursday, September 18, 2014

AU NATURALE: Fall Wreath & (The Wreath Depot Giveaway)

Fall Wreath - The Wreath Depot via homework (1)I mentioned awhile back that I started working full time again. My time for crafting and decorating is very limited. I work on blog projects and posts in the morning before work, after work and on weekends. But I always seem to be playing beat the clock and I haven’t had anything pretty in advance of the current season in a long time.


Wednesday, September 10, 2014

AU NATURALE: Natural Fall Décor Ideas

Round Up Natural Fall Decor collage 3Fall is in the air. Do you feel it? Actually me neither. It’s been really warm here in in Southern California but I’m ready. I say bring on fall. To get me inspired, I gathered a few beautiful natural fall décor ideas.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

AU NATURALE: Creative Ideas Using Driftwood



Hello friends! I live very close to the beach but one thing that I never see is driftwood. I would love to find a beach where driftwood was plentiful and I could bring home armloads of this beautiful naturally made goodie. Let me know if you know of any good beaches in Southern California where you can find driftwood. I’d love to make some of these projects that I’ve rounded up.


Monday, December 10, 2012

Au Naturale: frosty apples

Here’s another item leftover from my fall décor. These beautiful Golden Delicious apples were part of my Thanksgiving tablescape. Of course, at the time, the were unadorned and hanging out with white pumpkins and acorns.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Au Naturale: acorns in the snow


A friend of mine recently mentioned all the deer and wildlife she’s been seeing while hiking the trails near her home. But what really caught my attention was the mention of all the acorns the wildlife are munching on.