Happy Monday, friends! This past weekend was very cloudy and rainy. I didn’t go out, but I really enjoyed my time spent at home. During that time, I looked around the house for projects that needed to be done. While I was searching my home for supplies and making lists of what I needed, I discovered a few little things I’m loving lately. That is what I am sharing with you today.
I really enjoy a good candle! Especially when we are having this rainy weather. There is nothing like a lovely scented glowing candle when the house is dark. It just brings a little comfort and warmth. My favorite are the soy candles and I am so happy to have found two small businesses that I now call my favorites! This is not a sponsored post. I just enjoy spreading love!
This first one is from Antique Candle Works. I purchased one candle in sweet lemon and one in wildflowers. They smell lovely when burned at the same time! My favorite place to burn these are in the kitchen. They come in these adorable mason jars and have a nice farmhouse look to them.
The next candle is from an Etsy shop. This shop is called The Tipsy Bee Candle Co. What makes these candles so special is that they have a wooden wick so you can hear a soft crackle as it burns. The scent, cozy cottage, is absolutely yummy! It reminds me of a nice little country shop. These candles come in cute little jelly jars and also look great in farmhouse decor.
I have a post about the wine cork flower bouquet you see below. You can read about it here.
You all know I love anything vintage! I have a few favorites I’d like to share with you. They both came from my local antique mall.
The first one is this adorable little Royal Albert Chantilly creamer.
My next piece of happiness is also a creamer. I guess I have a thing for creamers! This one is silver-plated. I keep this little treasure in my kitchen.
During Mother’s Day weekend, we celebrated my daughter’s 19th birthday. I took her to Disney Springs in Orlando. While I was there, I noticed a kiosk that was offering silhouette portraits. I had to get one made for my 4-year-old! The artist did an excellent job at capturing her curls!
I hope this post encourages you to find joy in simple little things. I feel we are always out looking for the expensive pieces to add to our home and forget about the small treasures we already have.
I’d love to hear about the small treasures that bring you joy! Have a great week!
Another post you might enjoy is about my antique scale centerpiece. You can read about it here.