While down in Savannah over Christmas, I spent an exorbitant amount of time perusing the aisles of the AC Moore with Mother, Sister and two terribly cute babies.  I know you Savannah gals mourn not having a Hobby Lobby down South, but I tell you what, AC Moore was pretty darn fab in it’s own right!
One of my favorite purches was this wood plaque and a can of chalkboard spray paint.  Armed with a 50% off coupon, it was pretty much a steal.
Approximately three hours before our Champagne & Cupcakes New Years Eve, I sent Honey out to the yard with these supplies in hand.  And darned if he didn’t come back with the cutest little chalkboard I’ve ever laid eye on.  (He’s a good man, that Honey.) 
Much like the duck egg blue chalk paint, you can expect to see this thing turning up all over the place around these parts…from messages to menus to musings.
I’ll be employing the baby as my sous chef today as we start work on the eats for a super fun shindig happening Friday night.  More on that real soon…
Excited for the feature at The Cottage Market!
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Corbel Love

From the day I laid eye on this house, these iron brackets have bothered me.  I can’t really put my finger on why, they just did. So, I’ve been on somewhat of a two year mission to procure a suitable replacement.  After scouring Scott’s and the world wide web, I finally stumbled upon a perfect… Read More

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Y’all, as evidenced by the subject of this post, there’s not a whole lot going on around these parts.  A welcome change from the holiday, birthday, school and football craziness that gobbled up October, November and December.  Now, that being said, we do have a few little things in the works that I can’t wait… Read More

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To say we’re “in to” Pokemon around here would be the understatement of the year.  Single-mindedly obsessed would be a more apt description.  That being said, imagine the PCP’s utter delight when he trotted to the box to find a package addressed to him. Inside was a sweet note from Aunt V and Uncle J,… Read More

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