Remnant Sale


We’re doing a little spring cleaning over here and decided it was time we have a remnant sale! Please see details below and contact with the subject line “remnant sale” if you’re interested in purchasing or have any questions. Happy Wednesday!

















1 YD  $42.00    **SOLD**

2 1/2 YDS  $105.00  **SOLD**


















1 YD   $35.00 **SOLD**

1 YD  $35.00  **SOLD**

1 YD  $35.00  **SOLD**

3 YDS  $105.00  **SOLD**


















1 YD  $35.00  **SOLD**

1 YD  $35.00  **SOLD**


















3 YDS  $126.00  *SOLD*                  4.5 YDS WITHOUT GOLD FLECK  $175.50  *SOLD*

2 1/2 YDS  $105.00  *SOLD*            1 YD WITHOUT GOLD FLECK  $39.00  *SOLD*

2 YDS  $84.00  **SOLD**

1 YD  $42.00  *SOLD*


















2 1/2 YDS  $87.50

1 1/2 YDS  $52.50  **SOLD**


















1 YD  $35.00  **SOLD**


















6 3/4 YDS  $236.25

1 YD  $35.00  **SOLD**


















2 3/4 YDS  $96.25  **SOLD**

1 YD  $35.00  **SOLD**


















1 YD  $35.00  **SOLD**

1 YD $35.00  **SOLD**

Free Printable Note Cards by Melanie Burk


Melanie Burk of Fifth and Hazel designed these darling free printable note cards exclusively for our readers! Hear how she got inspired…

It’s that time of year–the time of year where winter is still lingering, and you are starting to itch for spring. I don’t know about you, but this is the time of the year that I could use a little encouragement to get going and get after my goals. One of my favorite quotes is by Virgil: “They can because they think they can.” To me, this quote reminds me to believe in myself, and just get it done! I hand lettered this card and it is available for you to download for free here.

What goals are you working on this year? Just hustle, believe in yourself, and we know you can achieve anything!


Bold and Bright


We strongly believe that navy blue walls can do no wrong when styled well and these images found via Pinterest only solidify our love for the bold trend. We are especially loving the vibrant pops of bright pink found in the accessories and the hints of white that keep the space feeling fresh. It’s the perfect combination of bold and bright!

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Jalapeno Cilantro Hummus: Lauren Brennan


Lauren of Lauren’s Latest is back to share one of her favorite healthy snacks for the new year! Most of us have made the “work out and be more healthy” resolution and this recipe will help you keep at it without feeling guilty. Take it away Lauren…

Since the beginning of the year, I’ve been on somewhat of a health kick. It’s a new years resolution I make almost every year and never seem to make it past January 3rd. This year I took my resolutions a little more seriously and got a personal trainer…cause I needed to have a big, intimidating man work me out and hold me accountable for every single thing I put in my mouth. The first two weeks were torture, but once I got over the shock of not eating sugar all day everyday, things got a million times better and life became worth living again.

So, this recipe is something I created at the beginning of this whole clean eating journey 6 weeks ago. It’s almost completely fat free, full of good carbs and protein and really good to have around when you have the sudden urge to eat…which is all the time. Wait, you don’t feel like eating 24/7? Just me? Ok then. Either way, it’s good to have in the fridge for something to grab and eat in a pinch. My husband takes this to work with carrot sticks and even my 5 year old daughter takes this to preschool for lunch with some whole wheat pita. That girl likes her spice.

Feel free to add only half a jalapeno if you don’t like things spicy. Overall, this recipe takes about 10 minutes to make and will last up to 7 days in the fridge. Enjoy!

Jalapeno Cilantro White Bean Hummus: Yield: 6-8 servings

Prep time: 10 minutes  /  Cook time: 0 minutes  /  Total time: 10 minutes



2 15-oz. cans white beans, drained and rinsed

1 large clove garlic, chopped

1 jalapeno, seeded and roughly chopped

½ bunch washed cilantro

juice of 1 lime

1 teaspoon ground cumin

½ teaspoon smoked paprika {optional}

salt and pepper, to taste



Place all ingredients into the bowl of a food processor and blitz until mostly pureed. Spoon into large bowl and serve with cut veggies and pita. Enjoy!

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DIY Watercolor Valentines: Laura Miller


Laura Miller of YouDollDesign is back to share three DIY Valentine ideas for you and your kids! Each one is gorgeous and original yet simple enough for children. Let’s get to it!

My 3-year-old son loves to be my little “helper”, and when he sees me working on a watercolor project, he often asks to get out his own set and paint beside me. I like to fuel his love for creating by letting him take an active part in our holiday projects and the decoration of our home. With Valentine’s Day coming up, I thought I’d share a few simple – and kid friendly –projects that incorporate the very on-trend watercolor look. And even if you don’t have kids, Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to whip out the old watercolor set if you haven’t in a while and brush up on your skills.

1. Custom Postcards: If you want to make your valentines extra personal this year, send your loved ones a one-of-kind watercolor masterpiece in the form of a postcard. Many art paper companies like Strathmore make it easy with their pads of watercolor postcards that are already pre-cut to the standard size with lines for the address and stamp placement on the back.  To avoid waste, I like to do a few watercolor doodles on a separate sheet of paper first for inspiration before I commit to a design on the special postcard paper. Who wouldn’t love to receive something so unique and special like that in the mail.

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postcard 3postcards 22. Secret Watercolor Messages: The resist method is a very popular watercolor effect. It’s a technique that involves using a wax crayon or something similar that will coat the paper making it resistant to the paint. For this project, draw your design first with a WHITE crayon on a white heart shape and then apply the paint on top, revealing what you drew underneath. This is a really fun project to involve children. They’ll love watching their drawing pop out like magic, or you can write them a secret message in advance for them to uncover. Hang them up with festive baker’s twine or attach a sucker to the back and they’ve got a great valentine to give classmates!

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resist 4 3. Painted Hearts: If your child is still a little too young to paint a heart shape on their own, another great idea is letting them paint freely on a piece of white paper as usual and once it dries, use a heart-shaped punch to cut up their painting (or help them cut with scissors) into several hearts that they can now glue onto a piece of bright-colored paper. This is a great project for those developing the fine motor skills of painting, cutting and gluing. Even if you don’t have a child, this can be a fun way to do something a little less conventional for your valentines this year.

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Introducing: Caitlin Wilson Rugs!


We’re thrilled to announce the launch of Caitlin Wilson Rugs! This project has been in the works for awhile now so we are beyond excited to share this new product with you. All rugs are hand tufted and made to order. Head over here to see all the options! Which one is your favorite?


A Touch of Gold


We are enjoying a bit of a winter wonderland over here and can’t help but feel especially drawn to fresh, white spaces today! Simple and classic design taken to the next level with little accents of gold here and there (our favorite). Here are just a few images to remind you that gold accents are always a good idea in our book!dde5d20b5b901f73136f4f913d155650