Hello! Today I’m updating the blog, as a follow up to this post from a couple of days ago, regarding my 4th of July table scape. I mentioned I’d share more pictures of the space, as well as the living room.
|You can see the new curtains in this picture. I haven’t had a chance to do a follow up to the curtains saga post so this may be it.|
|I enjoyed folding the napkins to resemble a bursting firework. Hopefully you can see the resemblance.|
|Cutest baby in town!|
As you can see, I didn’t spend a lot of money, nor did I go craft crazy, like I had intended to. I love crafting, and I see so many awesome ideas I’d like to try, on Pinterest. Sadly I don’t have a chance to do it all that often anymore. Being a stay at home mom has brought many changes to my life, but I am so happy to get to do it. I ‘m looking forward to the day, which is coming up soon I think, that I can sit with Rordan, and we can create together. It’s such an exciting thought!
I ended up using some cheap flags from Target, and some pillows I already owned. For the dining table, I got the place mats from Home Goods, as well as the napkins, so I’d estimate a total of about $30. I fully intend on using these again, so I am sure I’ll get my money’s worth out of it. Decorating for the seasons, and for holidays is so much fun, I just have to keep reminding myself, it doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg to do. I feel like I pulled this off reasonably well. How about you? Any struggles to keep it cheap, and still get the desired result? I’d love to hear from you, so if you get a change, please leave a comment. Thanks so much for visiting!