Create fun and bring out the unique spark of creativity within you with our new Farmhouse Letter Board Wood Framed Signs, letters, numbers and symbols. Our rustic wood framed letter boards come in two different sizes! You can choose from our 8 evenly-spaced lines or 4 evenly-spaced lines board providing a perfect space for your message. Don't forget to add our awesome letters and numbers and symbols to complete the collection showcased below. Don't be afraid to mix and match the blacks and whites. They all work great together!
Don't be afraid to mix and match the blacks and whites. They all work great together!
Add variety and fun expressions to your messages by using our generous bag of Farmhouse Letter Board Wood Letters in vintage-inspired text that is clean and refreshingly simple style letters. Our block letters were created to go perfectly with our Farmhouse Letter Boards and each letter block comes in black and white and measures 1.5" x 1.75" x .25".
We have included plenty of R's and T's and vowels, so you will be able to spell out just about anything you can think of!
Having this charming bag of numbers and symbols paired with our rustic letters and letter boards is a fun way to make a bold statement!
Our Farmhouse Letter Board Bags of Wood Numbers and Symbols were created to go perfectly with our Farmhouse Letter Boards and each block comes in either black with white lettering or white with black letter each measuring 1.5" x 1.75" x .25". We included all the good ones like @ sign and # hashtag, so you will be able to create just about anything you can think of! Having this charming bag of numbers and symbols paired with our rustic letters and letter boards is a fun way to make a bold statement!
For two days only take an additional 10% OFF our Hudson Monogram Boots and select Monogram Londyn Infinity Scarves. Click here to shop the sale!
The wait is almost over! Our Spring 2018 catalog is here and available for viewing online. All products will be available for purchase starting January 18, 2018. Click on the e-catalog below or on our Catalog page!
If you ever run out of mayonnaise (who are you people) I am here to help you by sharing my recipe for how to make southern homemade mayonnaise. Running low on beloved mayo, especially Duke's, is no joke around our household. A trip to Costco was suppose to put us back on track but of course I steered away from the 5 lb container (only a slight exaggeration). The very next day what does my daughter want for lunch? A sandwich with mayonnaise. Oops! "Never fear," I said "If your Nanny (aka my mama) can make homemade mayonnaise, we can too!
Yields about a Pint
1 Large Egg (room temperature)
1 1/2 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar or White Vinegar
1 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 tsp Granulated garlic
Kosher salt to taste
Optional ingredients to add or omit:
Dijon Mustard (to taste)
1. Attach the whisk on your food processor.
2. Add the egg, vinegar, pinch of salt, Dijon mustard and garlic.
3. Turn the food processor on low for about 5-6 seconds, next add the olive oil slowly.
3. Keep blending for about 25-30 seconds.
Your homemade mayonnaise will look and taste so delicious, but more importantly it is so much better for you than store bought. Keep your homemade batch in your refrigerator for up to a month in an air tight container.
It has been 38 years since the University of Georgia football team has won a national championship and after last Monday nights game we are beyond excited to see them play in the upcoming national championship game! In honor of those long awaited years, we are having a 38% OFF sale on all of our University of Georgia entertaining collection! Let's face it, Georgia Bulldog fans can never have enough team memorabilia and these University of Georgia ceramic collection memorabilia by Magnolia Lane do not disappoint!
Showcase your UGA spirit and serve up your favorite football party grub at home or tailgating with these unique pieces. Choose from our University of Georgia Stadium Platter, University of Georgia Ceramic Veggie Platter 14.5", and University of Georgia 5 x 7 Picture Frame. Just enter the coupon code below at checkout and as always gooooooooooo dawgs! Sic'em!
Enter code: GoDawgs
There are so many recipes out there on how to make crockpot chicken tortilla soup, so I decided to tweak my recipe to reflect my low carbohydrate-high protein healthy start to 2018. Warming up to hot, healthy and delicious chicken tortilla soup is just the ticket and this one is packed with protein and rich spicy flavor. There are so many perfect cold weather soups that can be slow-cooked in the crockpot on these cold January days. I especially love being able to use ingredients that I already have in my pantry as well as bulk items I have purchased from local wholesale clubs.
1 lb. organic boneless skinless chicken breasts
1 15-oz. can Black Beans, rinsed or 1 pound dried beans cooked and drained (I cook my dried beans in the pressure cooker ahead of time and freeze for dishes just like this!)
1 cups frozen corn
1 package frozen red and green peppers and onion (I use the frozen packages from BJ's Wholesale)
2 10-oz. cans diced tomatoes and green chilies (plain diced tomatoes if you don't want it to be too spicy)
3 tsp, granulated garlic
1 tbsp cumin
1 tbsp chili powder
1 tsp kosher salt
2 cups low-sodium chicken broth
1 cups Shredded Mexican Cheese
No-Fat Organic Greek Yogurt (we buy the huge tubs from Costco for $5...you just can't beat that)
Organic Tortilla Chips (again, Costco...I'm kind of a fan)
1. First add your chicken, then the black beans, peppers, tomatoes, garlic, cumin, chili powder, salt and chicken broth.
2. Cook on low for 6 hours.
3. Take the chicken out and shred on a cutting board. Set aside for a moment.
4. Before placing the chicken back into the crockpot, use a hand emulsifier to grind up the soup mixture. I do this because (a) my daughter likes to help and thinks it's fun and (b) I can also use this as a dip for future use!
5. Add the chicken back in and stir.
6. Now add your cheese.
Serve it with no fat Greek yogurt in place of sour cream. Add a few slices of avocado on the side and you are set! Oh and don't forget the tortilla chips!
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Just a girl who grew up wanting to play shop owner and be a school teacher too! I'm retired from teaching now, but I achieved both goals and now as a Stay-At-Home-Mama each day is a blessing to spend with my little family. I'm a born and raised Georgia girl and I adore everything Southern! I hope you enjoy my store blog where I'm happy to share new gift items and ideas, sales, recipes from my kitchen and more!