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California Gardening with a Southern Accent: Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden (Pg 2)
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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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Learn How to Make Crackled Easter Eggs
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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 […]

Creating Vintage Autumn Charm (Pg 2)
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Creating Vintage Autumn Charm (Pg 2)

(Page 1) (Page 2) Watering cans can be filled with colorful leaves, twigs, Bittersweet, berries, etc. that you may already have in your yard or find on a walk in the woods. You can also purchase some of these items in very realistic silks at your local craft store and use them from year to year. […]

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Wake Up Your Winter Garden and Home with a Splash of Color (Page 2)
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Wake Up Your Winter Garden and Home with a Splash of Color (Page 2)

(Page 1) This delightful basket is a birthday gift for a neighbor.  I lined the basket with plastic and filled it with five little pots of Primroses at $1.25 a pot.  It took five minutes to create and cost under $10.00. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different containers for your plants.  These vintage red […]

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Around the South: September 2013 (Page 2)
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Around the South: September 2013 (Page 2)

Photograph by: Tibor Fazakas Page 1 Mississippi Fire & Feast BBQ Competition & Festival (Yazoo City – Sept 6-7) Food, arts & crafts, a live music concert, tons of fun for families and children, and more! Proceeds go to benefit the Gateway Make A Promise (MAP) Youth Coalition/Lifesavers Program! Their Mission:  To celebrate the tradition of […]

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California Gardening With A Southern Accent: Pansy Love (2)
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California Gardening With A Southern Accent: Pansy Love (2)

(Page 1) (Page 2) Try  mixing  Bacopa or any trailing type plant in the containers with the Pansies for variety. Pansies can be planted in an a variety of vintage containers that will add a touch of whimsy to your garden.  To plant in a non-traditional container, such as the ones shown below, simply add a […]

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Southern Table: Easter Tablescape (Part 2)
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Southern Table: Easter Tablescape (Part 2)

(Page 1) These pastel-colored almond dragées and chocolate bunny ears were also handmade by Karin’s Mother.  She used skinny pretzels smothered in sweet caramel and dipped in milk chocolate.  Once the chocolate was dried, she drizzled the bunny ears with melted white chocolate. Karin uses white as a major part of her color scheme for […]

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