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Welcome to Live With Flair

Any time is the ideal time to add a little flair to your world. With so many incredible activities taking place, picnics, ice cream making, gardening and decorating all are something that you’re going to want to get your fingers into in a big way. Get ideas for gifts, products and how to’s, or buy our unique chalkboard labels.

Live With Flair offers help with tips, ideas and outstanding community assistance to get you moving in the right direction. Even if you’re completely new to the decorating, crafting, cooking and baking scene, these easy to use tips and unique products can give you a little help when you need it.

Live with Flair is your how-to site for learning a few new tricks and sharing some of your own.
Welcome to a whole new way of decorating, of cooking and of living your life. . . with flair.
Living with flair isn’t about spending a lot of money to get a certain style, living in the most expensive or expansive home or about cooking with ingredients for which you pay a ton of money.

Live with Flair offers you smart products that can help you to make things a little more stylish, such as our unique chalkboard labels, designed by Rachel Aw, one of the Live with Flair founders. The chalkboard labels can be used in a wide range of ways, with the ideas found on our LWF blog.

Living with Flair is about taking what you have and making it amazing. . . making it your own.


Learn more about gardening and gardening techniques the Gardening Section of Live With Flair.






Cooking, baking, preserving what you grow and those old time recipes that you just can’t find.



Travel & Leisure

Where to go and what to do, even how to get there is covered in the Travel and Leisure section.



Home Decorating

Accessorizing, creating, ideas and color influences are explored in our Home Decorating Category.





Cleaning & Home Care

Home maintenance tips and ideas to help keep your home looking good and your environment healthy.





Green Living

Greening up your lifestyle may not be as difficult as you’d think. Find out more in Green Living.





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Home Canning – Fun and Economical

With the rising cost of food as well as concerns about preservatives, many people are opting to grow and can their own fruits and vegetables. Not only is this a great way to have fresher tasting food, but growing a garden is rewarding. You can watch the plants grow and produce your favorite foods. Even […]

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How to Create a French Country Decorating Look

Why is French Country decor so popular around the world? It is elegant in a casual way, using splashes of color here and there. It is one of the oldest forms of recycling and upcycling known to humankind, used before the term became an eco-conscious buzzword. Rustic and natural accessories create fashionable appeal to every […]

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Add Flair to an Event by Using Mason Jars for Decorating

Canning jars line pantry shelves and take up space at thrift shops and home stores. Even though they are made of glass, the containers are quite durable. Upcycling mason jars is a way to have fun and create something uniquely beautiful. If you have been wondering how to use mason jars for decorating around your […]

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Is an Induction Cook Range Better Than a Gas One?

When presented with the question of whether induction ranges are better than gas ranges, there is no clear cut winner. The most appropriate response would be to say that it depends on what your idea of “better” is. Induction cooking isn’t a new technology, it began in the early 1900’s and an induction range was […]

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Cooking With a Japanese Cooking Stone

Hot stone cooking has probably been around since the first caveman decided that he didn’t like his food burnt to a crisp over an open flame. In any case it has been a popular cooking method in many cultures for centuries. In Japanese this method of cooking is called Ishiyaki and can be used to […]

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