Dough Bowl Centerpiece

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CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT: How to Create a Fall Dough Bowl in Three Easy Steps I use coffee beans in mine...adds a great scent and doesn't draw mice (100 year old houses do have drawbacks.)

How to Create a Fall Dough Bowl in Three Easy Steps

Yaay! It’s officially fall and I am finally getting a little decorating done! I always like to start with a very special favorite of mine…my grandmother’s dough bowl…and this year is no different! However, this time I thought I would share my thought process with you, too, including a little secret that is always at the bottom of the bowl! And here it is…so easy that I am almost embarrassed to call it a decorating secret…start with a layer of dried beans! They serve as an anchor and, in the…

Super easy and fast winter centerpiece in a dough bowl || Worthing Court

5 Minutes To Fabulous! An Easy Winter Centerpiece | Worthing Court

After all of the excesses of Christmas, I am always more than ready for easy decorating in January! I have zero interest in creating anything complicated or time consuming. In other words, I’m all decorated out this time of year! RESOURCES FOR THE SAME OR SIMILAR PRODUCTS ARE LISTED BELOW This post contains affiliate links, ... Read More about 5 Minutes To Fabulous! An Easy Winter Centerpiece

Dough bowl

Dough bowl

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4th of July dough bowl decorations #etsy

4th of July dough bowl decorations #etsy

Dough bowl with candles

Dough bowl with candles

for the love of a house: vintage japanese glass fishing floats

vintage japanese glass fishing floats

basketball-size fishing float in antique urn at front door (This post could also be entitled "it's a small world," but I'll get to that story later in this post!) Japanese glass fishing floats were once used by fishermen in many parts of the world to keep their nets afloat. Large groups of fishnets strung together, sometimes 50 miles (80 km) long, were set adrift in the ocean and supported near the surface by hollow glass balls or cylinders containing air to give them buoyancy. These glass…