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California Gardening with a Southern Accent: Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden
By March 12, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

California Gardening with a Southern Accent: Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden

With Spring around the corner and everyone anxious to get out into the garden it’s a perfect time to start “using what you do have and not buying what you don’t have” to use for charming containers for early spring flowers. My garden gate is open for you to come in, sit and relax with […]

California Gardening with a Southern Accent: Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden (Pg 2)
By March 12, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

California Gardening with a Southern Accent: Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden (Pg 2)

A ladder makes a wonderful place to display plants and collectibles. Filled with pots, a child’s wagon is a great place to display seasonal plants. The divided metal container is perfect for planting with the addition of a few drain holes and a little gravel in the bottom. Add a piece of plastic to protect […]

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Pecan Sticky Buns
By March 10, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Pecan Sticky Buns

Who doesn’t like delicious gourmet store pastries? Now, Bree, owner of Baked Bree, shows us how to make Pecan Sticky Buns that are so delicious and mouth-watering your friends will never believe that you made them at home. RECIPE AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY: BAKED BREE Bree is a busy military wife and mother of three, but that […]

Parties: Sweet Tea and Roses Vintage Tea Party
By March 6, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Parties: Sweet Tea and Roses Vintage Tea Party

Eboness Belin, of Sheer Bliss Designs, shows us how to create a party that is sure to be every little girls dream come true. PHOTOGRAPHS BY: Catie Ronquillo | Photographer courtesy of  Sheer Bliss Designs WRITTEN BY: Southern Guide to Life Fresno, CA – Eboness Belin, owner of Sheer Bliss Designs, has seen her events featured in numerous magazines and […]

Life and Culture: Fishes ‘n Loaves
By March 5, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Life and Culture: Fishes ‘n Loaves

The production-writing team behind the widely anticipated “A Horse For Summer” and “The Sparrows” reunites to create the new half hour comedy “Fishes ‘N Loaves”  PHOTOGRAPHS BY: Nandar Entertainment WRITTEN BY: Kenneth J. Lemm   Atlanta screenwriter, Kenneth J. Lemm, and San Tan Valley, Arizona producer Nancy Criss of Nandar Entertainment Group are the pair behind the […]

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Learn How to Make Crackled Easter Eggs
By March 2, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Learn How to Make Crackled Easter Eggs

Margie, owner of Joyful Homemaking, shows us how to make these unique and creative crackled Easter eggs. What a perfect addition to any Easter table! PHOTOGRAPHS BY: MARGIE @ JOYFUL HOMEMAKING WRITTEN BY: SOUTHERN GUIDE TO LIFE Egg dyeing is a fun and family-friendly Easter tradition in homes across the country. However, you have likely never […]

Beautiful Southern Homes: Tranquility in Tennessee
By February 18, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Beautiful Southern Homes: Tranquility in Tennessee

Farmhouse chic meets Southern luxury  and modern sophistication in the rolling hills of Tennessee Written by: Southern Guide to Life Photographs via: Worth Properties LLC Franklin, TN – Tucked away amidst the rolling hills and agricultural land of Williamson County is an elegant neutral inspired piece of heaven that is the epitome of farmhouse chic. When Nashville based […]

Salted Chocolate & Ritz Nougat No-Bake Bars
By February 11, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Salted Chocolate & Ritz Nougat No-Bake Bars

Lauren Brennan, owner of Lauren’s Latest, shows us how to make easy and delicious desert bars that are perfect for an after school treat, but decadent enough for any dinner party. RECIPE AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY: LAUREN’S LATEST Difficulty: Easy  *  Prep. Time: 25 Min  *  Cook Time: 5 Min  *  Servings: 24 Squares Ingredients 2 1/2 sleeves […]

Posted in: Deserts, Food, Recipes, What's New
An Unlikely Friendship
By December 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

An Unlikely Friendship

Sometimes in the hardest of circumstances, unlikely friendships are formed that may defy common logic but not the beautiful symmetry of life. PHOTOGRAPHY BY: Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary WRITTEN BY: Southern Guide to Life Locust Grove, GA – Baloo the bear, Leo the lion, and Shere Khan the tiger were seized from a drug dealer […]

“A Hallelujah Christmas” by Cloverton
By December 17, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

“A Hallelujah Christmas” by Cloverton

  Members of the Christian band, Cloveton, transformed Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” into a Christmas song.  The lyrics retell the story of the Nativity and it has gone viral this Christmas season.

Mongoose Fends Off Four Lions
By November 4, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Mongoose Fends Off Four Lions

This mongoose proves that it isn’t necessarily size that determines a battle, but courage and heart instead. Refusing to become dinner for a pack of African lions, the brave animal goes on the offense. The video was captured in 2011 at the Masaai Mara National Park in Kenya, by photographer Jerome Guilaumot, and just released.

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California Gardening with a Southern Accent: Creating Vintage Autumn Charm
By October 22, 2014 1 Comments Read More →

California Gardening with a Southern Accent: Creating Vintage Autumn Charm

In her new column, Erin Houghton, shows us how to add vintage charm to our autumn garden. With just a little time, using inexpensive and even repurposed items, we can turn our sometimes dreary gardens and outdoor spaces into vibrant and stunning displays that sing the glories of Autumn. ARTICLE and PHOTOGRAPHY BY: Erin Houghton   […]

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