Honey Cinnamon Butter

I don’t know about you but I love pretty much anything that has cinnamon in it. I love cinnamon! 

Through being a nanny, I have learned a few ways of making breakfast items in particular sweet without being so overly sweet. Especially when you are doing bagels or eggs and toast. A change from having cereal every morning. 

The best part about this super easy recipe is that it really is customizable to your taste. You can add more cinnamon and less honey, you can do equal parts, more honey less cinnamon.. you can also make enough just for a couple of slices of toast ( which then you add 3-5 TBS of butter instead of using a stick).


Take the stick of butter or if you are just making enough for a one time use and soften it for no more then 10 seconds in the microwave.

Taken a spoon and start to stir or mash down the butter. 

Add in cinnamon to taste. I like cinnamon so I tend to add about 2-3 tsp.

Stir it up until it incorporated in the butter pretty well.

Then add honey. I add about 1 tsp. 

Then serve. Store in a container and keep it refrigerated.

Super easy and kid approved. 

Vintage Tag Sale Shopping

Hello my friends! I hope are having a wonderful Sunday! I wanted to share with you my finds from this weekend!

I know I have talked about The Painted Mill before. Right within Main Street a new Vintage Tag sale was happening and I went in for the first time yesterday! 

It is called The Vintage Tin Can. Super cute! They had amazing vendors and excellent service! I was able to get a few items and I am so happy with my new treasures! 

  1. Picture Frame


I found this beautiful frame to put my great-great grandparents wedding picture in. I am going to take the next month or so and start looking for more to start framing those old family pictures! 

2. Tray


How cute is this little tray? I love the color and it is light.

3. Mason Jar


I got this lavender painted Mason Jar. It is a 1975-present but we all see those painted Mason jars on Pinterest. And while I can paint my own I love getting some from local business owners! Going to a Vintage Tag sale is a great way to not only to shop local, but if you feel like you don’t have creative bone in your body. I have purchased a painted 1965-1975 year mason jar that I use as a vase. 

I wanted to share how I set up my little tray. 

I put the tray on my coffee table and put the mason jar on top. The flowers are silk flowers that were a part of my wedding bouquet. I put my coasters next to the mason jar and they have the monogram “S” and on top of those is a mini cast iron caldron with a LED light inside. 

If you’re a vintage lover, what have been your favorite finds?

Happy Hunting!