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A couple of seasons ago Kathy and Becky were honored to host Mary Engelbreit and Mark Roberts for an event signing at Miss Cayce’s Christmas Store in Midland, Texas. What better way to celebrate their arrival than a Merry and Bright Christmas Brunch? We always make it a priority to celebrate with our guests!
“Theming for a Lifestyle” is a mantra Kathy and I live by. Why you may ask? It narrows down the choices and creates focus and direction for decorating. Christmas is no exception to this rule. Your Christmas Décor should complement your home decor. Since the Christmas tree is your largest Christmas decoration and the focal point, it is important to choose a theme that flows seamlessly with your home.
The Fall time can be a hit or miss on whether or not your plants will survive, but no worries because we have a beautiful and easy back up to top your pot.
Boo! I hope I did not scare you, but are you decorated for Halloween? The spooky season has begun, and it is time to celebrate!
The crisp cool air, rustle of leaves and assortment of pumpkins out are clear signs your front porch is in need of a Fall makeover.
Miss Cayce’s is made into a new Christmas Wonderland every year, and people always ask co-owners and sisters, Becky and Kathy, how they do it. Some people like to think it’s all just Christmas Magic.
This How To is all about one of my favorite ways to decorate, transitional decorating. Decorating made easy because you get to use the same decorations for more than one season.
Welcome your guests by creating a beautiful grand entryway. What says "Come on in" better than this home's 12 foot Christmas Tree and over sized Nutcracker?
Are you dreaming of a White Christmas? This Elegant White, Gold and Silver Christmas Home tour is just the inspiration.
I would describe my house, especially during Christmas, as Bright and Fun, and in this blog I want to take you on my Merry and Bright Holiday Home Tour.
"The children were nestled all snug in their beds; while visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads" (Clement Moore). This peppermint paradise in the kitchen will bring to life all of your sugary Christmas dreams.
Comfortable, warm and cozy are terms that describe my home, especially when it is decorated for the holidays. In this blog, I want to give you a little tour of my home decorate for the Christmas holiday.
Some homes have decor that call for an untraditional Christmas. Red and Green Christmas is a classic, but it is not the end all be all. There are endless options/themes for Christmas decor to decorate for the season.
Gorgeous Christmas trees do not just happen, they take planning, the right ingredients and our tried and true step by step instructions that anyone can follow.
Each home has a personality reflected in its furnishings, and holiday decorations should compliment the room.
Front doors and porches are often the first impression guests have of our home, so it is a perfect opportunity to decorate.
What if I told you Christmas decorations are not just for Christmas? It's true, you can repurpose and reuse your Christmas basics year round, and here's how.
Fun, colorful, lightweight and ready to make a statement. We have always loved Zenzii earrings, and what better way to share the love than to pass them on to y'all.
Since we are celebrating 34 years in business this year, we thought we would flashback to the very beginning of when Miss Cayce's began.
Oh say can you see, that Miss Cayce's can be, your place to shop for 4th of July decor.
This Mother's Day, give the gift of a Coton Colors Happy Everything base filled with flowers.
When you walk into Miss Cayce’s Christmas store the rush of childhood Christmas joy fills you and takes you back to the excitement of the season.
Create stunning designs with these quick and simple tips for Mark Roberts fairies, elves and Santa's.
Pumpkin spice and everything nice. There is something about the Autumn Season and the bounty we call Fall Décor that brings us joy. Cool weather and warm colors make you want to cuddle under a blanket next to the fire.
Mantle, doorway, fireplace, hutch or kitchen cabinets, whatever it is, put a garland on it.