I LOVE this time of year (not the weather - I'm a summer girl all of the way)! I love of all of the parties and dinners! People seem happier during the Holidays...
Even with all of the fun, the Holidays can be stressful! Especially when you are hosting one of those parties or dinners. With inviting guest, cleaning your home and menu planning - who has time to think about decorating?
I DO! :)
If you book me by December 1st, 2015, you get 25% OFF! Yup, it's my way to spread a little Christmas cheer to each of you!
Prices for Christmas Decorating (tree - not included) start at $250.00.The pictures on this post range from $250 -$470. This decorating will center around, your table, mantle and/or shelves. I can add or take away as you would like.
Country Christmas At the time of these pictures, I did not have real greenery available to me yet. Can you imagine how beautiful it would be with some greenery added on the buffet?
Simple Modern White and Silver Winter Wonderland This Christmas decor blended beautifully with the home owners existing decor.
Gold with a Touch of Red Christmas I re-used the "Thankful Tree" taking it from the table to the fireplace. With the gold glitter on the branches, it is still working perfect. I already had the "bowl" on the table, I just filled it with lots of pretty ornaments.
Red and White Christmas Lane This all started with the red & white stripped cones I found, how fun are those?
Bright and Joyful Christmas I had so much fun doing this one! It just makes me really happy looking at all of this goodness!
You choose the Holiday or season "theme". The best part, you get to keep the items supplied!
Who's ready for some Holiday Lovin'?
Call or email me to book today! (616)240-7095, MeganJelsemaDesigns@gmail.com.
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Happiness is when your landscaper husband brings you flowers home! :) And a yummy chicken pot pie for dinner! Who says a quick week night dinner can't be pretty? All I did to dress up my pot pie, was to cut a heart out of the middle and from the excess (I trim the top crust when I use the refrigerated crusts because it is always way to big and then looks all wonky - that's a word, right?) I cut long hearts and placed them on top. It maybe took an extra minute but makes my yummy dinner look oh so much better!
Chicken Pot Pie: (I got this recipe from my sister-in-law, I have no idea where the original came from)
-2 pie crusts (I used the refrigerated ones tonight, but have also done frozen and home made)
-Cooked Chicken -cubed or shredded (I use about 4 chicken breasts. to save myself time, I cook it in the slow cooker, on low for about 4 hours)
-2 Cans of Cream of Mushroom Soup (the home made substitutes work great in it too)
-1/2 can of milk
-Lots of Cheese (I add about 2 big handfuls of shredded colby jack)
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
1. Mix all ingredients together (except for the pie crust).
2. Lay out bottom crust in pie pan and fill with the ingredient mixture. Cover with the top pie crust and pinch the edges together.
3. Beat 1 egg in a bowl with 1 tbsp. of water and brush the top crust and edges.
4. Slice a couple slits in the crust.
5. Bake at 375 degrees for 40-45 minutes, until crust is golden brown.
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I'm Megan. A wife, a mother of 2 and a home/interior design consultant. I love creating beautiful spaces and beautiful things. Just trying to figure this whole thing out! ;)