Spring Tulip Wreath

Happy Monday! While it sure doesn’t feel like Spring outside I have had a little pep in my step to decorate the house with all things spring and get a start on spring cleaning. Today I wanted to share with you the spring wreath I made a few weeks back! I just got around to hanging it up this weekend and I love how it looks.

I found the tutorial on The How to Mom who’s blog I love!

What You Need:

  • 14in Foam Wreath
  • 2 Spools of 1.5 in satin ribbon
  • 12 Bunches of silk tulips
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Wire Cutters


  1. Using the wire cutters, cut the tulips off of the base to your desired length making sure you leave the leaves on them. In my opinion it makes the wreath look more full which is what I was going for.
  2. Once you have all of the tulips cut, you can start assembling the wreath by hot gluing the ribbon to the wreath.
  3. Then you start wrapping and tucking the tulips as you go. I alternated between two & three stems in each row of ribbon, so the wreath was covered nicely. Make sure to pull the ribbon tight, so the tulips don’t fall out.
  4. Just continue to wrap and tuck until the wreath is completely covered and when you get the the end hot glue the end of the ribbon to the back.


And just like that you have a beautiful spring wreath to match the beautiful spring weather!

I’d love to see what spring wreaths you have come up with, so if you have any ideas please share 🙂 



Our Master Inspiration Board

We have a few projects we want to tackle this year in terms of our humble home. We would like to get our basement finished, put a new deck in the backyard, and re-do our master bedroom. First up on our list is redoing our bedroom, I have spent so much time on Pinterest figuring out what I want to do with the tiny space and I finally have enough to make an inspiration board!

When we first bought our home, I wanted to move in asap, so we did probably the stupidest thing…we painted every room in the house the same color, except for the bathroom. BAD IDEA. And now that I feel like my design likes have changed I have been itching to change our bedroom. It also doesn’t help that the furniture is mine from when I was in high school.


Ottoman / Headboard / Dresser / Nightstand / Duvet

And of course, we can’t forget about the little things such as décor. We have a mirror that I purchased from Home Goods months ago – but were waiting to re-do the bedroom before putting it up. We have some photos on the wall that we need to decide if we want to keep them or change them out. We still need to decide on curtains, which to me is one of the hardest things – lets just say we haven’t had any curtains hanging up in the bedroom since we moved in!

So, those are my master bedroom ideas so far, but who’s to say they won’t change before its completed.


My Favorite Spot: Our DIY Fire Pit

One of The most important item on my never ending honey-do list was to put in some sort of outdoor fire pit & area.  We have a pretty decent back yard – and Bobby and I are home bodies, so having a place where we can invite our friends to hang out was really important to us. Since we moved in (almost 2 years ago) there always seemed to be something more important on the list and our fire pit project kept getting put off – until this spring when I wanted it done before our Annual Memorial Day Cookout.

Unless you live under a rock – you’ve probably seen the hundreds of options on Pinterest. We took ideas from all that we liked and kinda did our own thing. We like doing it that way because you don’t have to follow any steps 😉  Building the fire pit & surrounding area turned out to be quite an easy project.  (Easy for me at least, my love was the one doing all the hard work)


How to Build A Fire Pit


1. Chose an open spot in your back yard, make sure it is far enough away from trees, bushes, grass and other flammable items.

2. If you are plan to create a square sitting area similar to ours, you might want to mark out the area first using a measuring tape and marking the ground with spray paint.
 3. Use rake and or shovel to clear out grass and debris and smooth out fire pit area.
4. Lay out your first layer of retaining wall bock directly on the ground. Make sure you find the center of the square before laying this down.
5.  Stack the second and third layer of retaining wall block.
6.  If creating a seating area, add the rest of your gravel, back filling around the fire pit.  Smooth out, add chairs, outdoor lighting and enjoy!
Until Next Time,