Adventures in Sewing

Welcome to my newly finished sewing nook!

It’s such a bright & sunny place in the house, it is going to be the perfect space for all the sewing projects I have planned in the upcoming months.

I’m teaching myself to sew from all of the vintage sewing books I’ve collected over the past year.  I know it will be challenging at times, but I’m really excited to start creating!

I’m challenging myself only to make & not to purchase any new clothes…. this should be interesting!

Take a look at some of the darling pictures that are in some of the books.  The style is so amazing & inspiring.

Can’t wait to share more of my adventures in sewing with you.

Wish me luck!  Any sewing words of wisdom?

Xoxoxo,

Bethany Rose (& Rosemary, too)

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A Night with the Breakfast Club

We had a wonderful night Tuesday night with friends. Usually Tuesday nights are reserved for a night of eating out, but this past Tuesday we spent the night cooking for each other. We had such a good time sharing family recipes and adding fun colors to ordinary foods. Who likes pink pancakes and green eggs? We do!

We hope to have many more nights in our home sweet home cooking with friends and making unforgettable memories.

Here are a few snapshots from our one-of-a-kind breakfast!

Eat up, buttercup!

 

xoxo,

Rosemary and Bethany Rose

 

 

Hello Spring!

Do it yourself ~ Vintage Inspired Garden If you’re anything like me, you’re thrilled for sunny weather, flowers and walks in the park that Spring brings. Here in Nashville it’s been exactly that and I couldn’t be happier! This past … Continue reading

DIY: Jewelry Tree


We’re always looking for fun and creative ways to display our favorite things. This project incorporates two of Bethany’s favorite things, jewerly and trees. A jewelry tree is an easy way to add organization and beauty to your room, and it’s also a great way to showcase your unique pieces!
All you need to make your very own jewelry tree are the following items:

Bethany used rocks and pebbles in her vase, but the possibilities are endless! A few other ideas we had to add weight to the vase were: pennies, painted rocks, chandelier prisms, marbles, sand, keys and gear parts. Make sure that your vase has enough weight to hold the tree limb upright.
Bethany added a little sparkle to the moss by applying glue and glitter. Once the glue had dried, she placed it on top of the pebbles and added the tree limb to the vase. Last and final step: adding your jewelry! It’s up to you to choose what you’d like to display- all gold, all silver, or a mixture of all sorts. Below, you can see Bethany’s pretty tree in her room! Enjoy making your very own!

Love, Bethany Rose & Rosemary