Ingredients: 1 8 ounce package Cream Cheese (I substitute Neufchatel Cheese to save calories), 2 T Dijon mustard, 3 T jalapeno peppers (or more to add spiciness), Pretzel crisps or crackers to serve, ⅓ C sliced almonds, 2 C shredded Colby Jack or Cheddar Cheese
I added a burlap wreath and decorative apples to my mantle design to create more of a Fall feel. The kitchen mantle already had my watercolors and frame .
I think the Burlap strapping draped through the mantle scape pulled the Autumn look together. Adding a few chestnuts from the homestead yard added a bit more texture; but only gathered a few from my yard this year. The squirrels got there first!
Many new recycled necklaces, (well vintage and recycled parts) in my studio! Do you like my new display? It was easy to create and portable for shows! Keep a lookout for a giveaway for one of my pieces! www.braytoncottage.com
"Remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice so that we may enjoy the freedoms we share in this great nation"; a lovely quote from Susan Freeman. The Doyle family had a lovely day and hoping you did too! #BraytonHomesteadInteriors #braytonhomestead220
I am thinking Spring! Typically, my style is more traditional with a lot of vintage and recycled materials; but I love everything about this room from Anthropologie! Remember using murals when I started my design business...
Love how the snow glistens on the architectural details, making then stand out even more!
Here at the Brayton Homestead, our house particularly shimmers with this lovely white coating in the recent snow storm. Historic houses like ours, built in the Federal period, have architecture that features clean simple lines and are symmetrical in design.
Winter textures, warm and inviting. Woven bottle cover, painted crunchy textures add visual warmth to any room.
My handmade hearts have old buttons and newly handyed fabric, sitting on the fireplace mantle.
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