Last week marked the halfway point between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox, and this time means many things to different cultures. But one thing that is for sure is that Spring is on its way!
I love spring for its sense of renewal and hope, especially as the days grow brighter and plants begin to bloom.
To help brighten your space, I’ve made three new desktop wallpapers for your computer.
It’s officially that time again! The start of the month means new desktop wallpapers.
Feel free to download any or all of these. They’re 100% free for personal use.
I hope that they help you feel a little more festive with everything you do on your computer this season – working, homework, shopping, video calls with family. Whatever it is, I hope these desktop backgrounds remind you to enjoy the holidays, even if this year looks a little different than most. Happy holidays!
After a very special Halloween or Samhain or overall Spooky Season, I think November is all about looking back and being grateful for the wonderful things that the year has brought.
Though 2020 might make this a little harder than usual, there is always something to be thankful for.
Personally, I’m grateful for my family, even though we’ve been stuck apart. I’m grateful for my husband, who has been an absolute rock when this year has gotten rough. I’m grateful for my job, for its continued support in allowing me to learn and grow. I’m grateful for my health, and my cats, and my time to do the things I love. But there’s so much more to be thankful for – that’s just the start!
Whether your favorite part of November is the yearly reflections or the chilly weather or maybe just the turkey, I hope you all have a wonderful month!
May these desktop wallpapers remind you of all the good things that this season can bring.
It’s officially the season of witches, ghosts, and ghouls.
Whether you’ve canceled trick-or-treating this year or not, you can still bring the spooky spirit to your space with a few decorations. Throughout this month, I’ll be sharing a few ways to bring a little “boo” back into your life.
First up is this fun witches cross-stitch pattern.
I had so much fun creating this cross-stitch, and I hope you have just as much fun recreating it.
I would consider this pattern beginner friendly, and it may take roughly an hour or so to complete depending on your cross-stitching speed!
White cross-stitch Aida cloth
Black, Orange, Purple, Green embroidery floss of your choice
4 x 6 frame (optional)
Add your own touch to this pattern with additional stiches throughout.