Although black and white is a color combination that often takes on a glamorous vibe, it's versatile enough to work seasonally, too. Add a unique touch to your holiday decor with neutral tones mixed with a layer of black, white and cream.
These floating cones are a sweet way to decorate for an ice cream party! You’ll need: latex balloons, a bottle of latex balloon sealant, helium tank, ribbon, scissors, craft knife, brown craft paper, brown wide-tip marker, pencil and double-sided tape.
If you want to enjoy your roses in containers on your deck or patio, grow 'Cream Veranda®. The plants were bred to thrive in containers until fall, when they can be planted into your garden. This rose has creamy, double blooms with apricot centers that open to 2-½ inches across.
This cottage style cream kitchen uses carved cabinets and pendant lighting to add dimension. A granite kitchen island splits the space into two parts and provides plenty of preparation and cooking space.
Present dessert in a new way by serving single ice cream scoops in cupcake liners. You’ll need a variety of ice cream flavors, an ice cream scoop, small garnish bowls and cupcake liners in different colors. Place the liners inside the garnish bowls; then add a single scoop of ice cream to each one. The kids can eat the ice cream directly from the liners or with small spoons to help eliminate messes.
With their naturally bushy form, you can use Fairy magnolias as a hedging plant in the landscape. Space plants 3 feet apart for a dense evergreen privacy hedge. Fairy magnolia cream (Michelia x ‘Mic Jur2’) has creamy white flowers that blanket branches in spring. It’s adaptable, growing in sun or part shade, and thrives in well-drained soil. Fairy magnolia cream is a low-maintenance plant. Fertilize with a standard tree and shrub plant food after flowering and again in early fall. Plants grow 9 to 12 feet tall and 5 to 7 feet wide. Hardy in Zones 7b-11.