Green Table Setting Ideas

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day!! Typically, we don’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, but I love working with green. When I was thinking about whether or not we would do something for the day, it dawned on me (in the middle of the night…quite literally!) that I have enough green tableware that I could show you multiple Green Table Setting Ideas all in one post.

This is not a typical post for me, but I thought it might be fun to show you four different options instead of just one full table setting. These four designs are completely different looks so I really had fun with this. I am so eager to know which one you like the best (let me know in the comments below!). With spring approaching, there are a couple of these designs that would great for any spring functions you might be hosting soon, including Easter.

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Spring Vignette Refresh – Three Ways

You guys…I threw in the towel! I just couldn’t wait for all of our snow to go away to start pulling out some of my spring and Easter decor. It is supposed to snow all weekend here and I am so over it! Last year, I shared a spring vignette that I created for our 16-foot island and it was, by far, one of my best performing post on Pinterest. Today, I am sharing my spring vignette refresh and how you can change it up three ways depending on your own personal style. Hopefully, you can help me figure out which version I should go with for the season!

A Simple Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday

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I always love reusing and recycling my decorations. For this year, I am reusing about half of what I worked with last year and then am adding a few new finds to mix things up.

Easy Homemade House Seasoning Gifts

One of the most important things you can do as a guest to a function, whether large or small, is to bring a gift for your gracious host or hostess. At this time in my life, so many of my friends and family have everything they need so bringing a homemade gift can be so much more meaningful. Today, I am sharing how to make Homemade House Seasoning Gifts from scratch. Not only is it a “green” gift, but also sustainable and can last in someone’s cupboard for over a year.

Holliday's Homemade House Seasoning Gift - Home with Hollida

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Holiday Hosting at Home #7: Need some Valentine’s Day Inspirations?!

Hi friends! Now that we are fully into the new year, we have all had so many projects going on in our homes…lots of organizing, planning and even squeezed in a few parties to share.   We are so excited to share our seventh post in our new blog hop; Holiday Hosting at Home!  Need some Valentine’s Day Inspirations?! Here you go…

Need some Valentine's Day Inspiration? - Holiday Hosting at Home Blog Hop

Holliday’s House Seasoning

Back in the day when the first cooking shows started popping up, I was a huge fan. These days, there are networks filled with cooking shows of all kinds and I watch them several times a week. One of the first shows was Paula Deen’s. She used her own house seasoning in so many of her recipes and it looked so simple. In time, she bottled it and sold it and it was a staple in our home.

Because it was so easy to use and I went through it so fast, I decided to make my own from scratch so it was readily on hand. Google saved the day when I found so many recipes for it! In the meantime, I have been tweaking it through the years to make it my own. I also make it in bulk and make enough to give away for hostess gifts and as party favors.

Holliday's House Seasoning - Home with Holliday

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