Easy Christmas Decor Ideas!

bewitched I know I know, this time of year can be intimidating when anywhere you look – you see holiday decorations at every turn. You want to just twitch your little nose and POOF! your house will be sparkling, shiny, snowy, lit up and looking fabulous – right? Well, that’s what I wish every year… but we all know that Samantha and Darin were just a TV show couple and “bewitching” your house into Christmas bliss is a fantasy just as unrealistic as opening your front door to Magic Mike carolers in Santa hats on your lawn on Christmas Eve.

So, for those of us who live in the real world and still want to bring a little of that special holiday cheer to our homes – I have compiled a group of pictures to help get your creative cranberry juices flowing. Most of the ideas shown don’t cost a lot of money – and you may even have some or all of the materials needed or you can always do like I do and – continue to line the pockets of the Hobby Lobby family (Bless their hearts)… every day of the week – except Sunday of course.

Some quick pointers;

  • Use holiday or winter themed pillows & throws
  • Try small ornaments or winter pieces under a glass dome
  • Place small lit trees (decorated or not) in bedrooms or rarely used rooms
  • Candy canes are an inexpensive way to liven up your tree – but also look great in a glass or vase too
  • Twinkly lights can make anything look festive
  • Use vases or jars with shatter-proof ornament balls to pretty-up a counter or table top

Happy decorating!!


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1085 Pheasant Cr – Copperas Cove TX – FOR SALE

1085 Pheasant – Copperas Cove Texas – JUST REDUCED!! $275,000

1085 Pheasant Circle, Copperas Cove TX.

1085 Pheasant

Be welcomed home through the amazing wood double doors on the huge country front porch. Gorgeous custom home on huge .69 acre lot with privacy & tons of space! This 2700 SF home features 4 or 5 bedrooms PLUS formal dining, office and large utility room. Currently the bonus room is being used as bedroom #5 and the wardrobe stays – this room could also be a game room or media room! Stunning kitchen offers granite counters, beautiful custom wood cabinets & stainless steel appliances. The glass front pantry door adds a little charm & character. Enjoy a wood burning fireplace & tall ceilings in the family room – with a view of the sprawling covered patio. Master bedroom is tucked away for added privacy & the enormous master bath has all the bells & whistles – including 2 large walk-in closets, built in storage, dual vanities, soaking tub & walk-in shower. Situated on an over-sized corner lot with a view of the country lake- you can enjoy peace & quite. Workshop with 1 car garage storage and 1 car carport storage PLUS loft storage- and has electric service! (Total car storage on the property is 4 cars) New roof installed January 2015. This mini-estate is ready for it’s new owners!

1085 Pheasant features:

  • 2700 Square Feet
  • 4 or 5 bedrooms
  • .69 acre corner lot
  • Custom kitchen with island
  • Stainless steel appliances including refrigerator
  • Private office
  • Upstairs bonus room (can be 5th bedroom)
  • Formal dining room
  • Gorgeous solid wood double front entry doors
  • 3 Full bathrooms
  • Large laundry room with cabinets and sink
  • 2 car attached garage
  • 1 car detached garage/workshop with 1 car carport
  • Landscaped front yard
  • Sprinkler system



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5510 Orts Dr, Killeen Texas – Home for Sale – $119,900

5510 Orts - Killeen Texas

5510 Orts Dr, Killeen TX – $127,900 HOME FOR SALE – JUST REDUCED!! Priced to sell at $119,900!!

Perfect starter home for your family! Over 1600 SF of open living space with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and ample space for entertaining in this flowing-airy floor plan. In addition, there is a perfect office tucked behind gorgeous glass french doors. The handy kitchen conveys all appliances including the side-by-side refrigerator. Neutral color scheme through out will make for an easy transition for anyone’s decor. The generous master suite offers an enormous walk-in closet and master bathroom with separate shower and soaking tub. Enjoy the outdoors with a fully fenced yard and covered patio.

    • 3 bedrooms
    • 2 bathrooms
    • Master suite with walk-in closet
    • Open floor plan
    • Refrigerator conveys
    • Covered patio
    • Privacy fenced yard
    • 2 car garage
    • Office/Study with glass french doors
    • Wood burning fireplace
    • Window coverings
    • Security system
    • Neutral color scheme



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COMING SOON! 5510 Orts Drive, Killeen Texas – Home for sale

5510 ortsTexas Heritage Real Estate and PaulaSOLDit.com have a new listing COMING SOON!

If you’ve been searching for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath with formal dining/office space in a great neighborhood and close to schools… this is it! Enjoy the fenced yard and convenience to shopping, work and parks. Over 1600 square feet of beautiful living space and a 2 car garage put this home at the top of your list!

Priced to move fast at $129,900 – and very motivated sellers. Watch for more info & photos this week!

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Paula’s office – Time to Decorate!

yellow cabinetsToday I was inspired to get started with decorating my new office space. I moved into my new space for Texas Heritage Real Estate back in November – thanks to my friend Melinda G. who had an extra office in her suite that was empty. It is now home to my resurrected real estate office in Killeen Texas. The space is perfect – the location is perfect – but I am a little surprised at myself for not having it all bling’d out and fabulous looking by now. Maybe all the other things that HAD to be done to get the biz back up and running took priority over the fun part – but I am soooo ready to do it now!

If I am totally honest, another part of the “wait” has been money. If money we no object, I would just load up and head to Austin and blow out my bank account at Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware… sadly- money is an object… a literal – tiny- little object – tiny like coins. So this decor project will be on a shoestring budget – as in a “used shoe string from an old boot in the back of a storage shed.” Fortunately for me, I am good at this kind of challenge.

So today, I was browsing through a decor themed blog and ran across a post about all the fabulous finds that are hidden away at stores like Goodwill! I LOVE GOODWILL!! I should post a sticky note on the dash of my car that says in bold print “GO TO GOODWILL FIRST” so I will remember to check it out when I am in need of something unique and fabulous! Over the years I have found TONS of cool stuff at our local Killeen area Goodwill stores. I think we have about 5 of them in a 15 mile radius – so plenty of treasures to be found. Last Christmas, I found a totally perfect Tiny Tikes desk and stool for Sadie – and when I say perfect I mean it looked like it was right out of the box. New they cost around $85 – and I took this one home for $20. Its still in her room and she uses it all the time. SCORE!

My challenge is to decorate my Texas Heritage Real Estate office with as many re-purposed items that I can find from stores like Goodwill… as well as yard sales, flea markets, etc… It may take some time, but I will note the project with pics and a running price list so we can see if it really was a bargain at the end! Either way, I know it will be fun!

Check out the blog post that inspired me HERE!!


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Small bathroom Ideas – Killeen homes

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Small Bathroom Ideas and Organization

Sometimes you just need a little inspiration to tackle a task… like decorating and organizing a small bathroom. Every house has at least one and no one ever seems to know quite what to do with it. So instead we cram everything under the sink and hope like crazy we never actually need anything from under there.

Here are a few tips to help get your creative juices flowing and turn your small bathroom into a functioning part of the house.



A tiered basked will serve many functions and won’t take up much room on your vanity or floor. Check Hobby Lobby, flea markets, discount kitchen stores and Walmart.

Above the door shelves are perfect for rarely used items or extra towels and even for meds that should be out of reach from little hands.

Coat hooks instead of towel bars will provide more space for hanging.

A Lazy Susan works just as good under the bathroom counter as it does in the kitchen cabinet.

Shallow ledge shelving or crown molding shelves offer fantastic storage and display for perfume bottles and nail polish. Find these at Hobby Lobby and IKEA

Vintage gym locker baskets not only look good but are practical for just about anything in the bathroom. They can be easily hung on the wall with small cup hooks. Check Etsy, Ebay and flea markets for true vintage baskets.

Mason jars are just right for bathroom items like Q-tips, cotton balls, bandaids and about 1000 other little things. Walmart, grocery stores and dollar stores sell jars by the cases and in all sizes.

The space behind the toilet is usually wasted – use it for shelving to store extra paper, towels and magazines.

PVC pipes cut to fit inside the cabinet door make practical storage for hot irons and cords.







Over the door shoe organizer is ideal for those everyday items you use but want out of site.











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Fun Facts about Texas – Killeen Homes – Texas Heritage Real Estate

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50 Interesting Facts About . . .


  1. The term “maverick” is derived from the name Samuel A. Maverick (1803-1870), an early Texas lawyer and pioneer.b
  2. The bowie knife is named after the Alamo hero Jim Bowie (1796-1836). His brother, Rezin, designed the hefty weapon.c
  3. It is still a hanging offense in Texas to steal cattle or to put graffiti on someone else’s cow. It is also illegal to indecently expose or swear in front of a corpse in Texas. In Galveston, Texas, it is illegal to have a camel run loose on the beach.e,i
  4. Oscar, the Academy Award statuette, was named for Texan Oscar Pierce, whose niece worked in Hollywood for the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. When she saw the gold statuette, she reportedly said, “Why, that looks just like my Uncle Oscar.”a
  5. The Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is home to the world’s largest parking lot. The Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport has the third largest runway in the world and is the alternate landing site for the space shuttle. Texas has more airports than any other state in the country.d
  6. Texas State Texas is the second largest state in the U.S., behind Alaska

  7. At 268,601 square miles, Texas is the largest state in the contiguous United States and is the second biggest state in the U.S. (only Alaska is bigger). Texas is larger than many nations of the world, including every country in Europe. If it were a country, it would be the 40th largest country in the world, after Chile and Zambia.h
  8. Texas is the second most populous state in the U.S., after California. New York is the third most populous. In 2010, the U.S. Census reported the population of Texas as 25,145,561. In 1990, it was 16,986,510. The population density in 2010 was 96.3 people per square mile.a
  9. The word “Texas” was the Spanish pronunciation “Tejas” of the Hasinai Indian word meaning “allies” or “friends.” In fact, the Texas state motto is “friendship.” Ironically, many Native American tribes in Texas, including the Hasinai, were totally destroyed.b
  10. Texas still owns all of its public lands. If the federal government wants to create a park or cut a stand of timber, it must first ask the state’s permission.f
  11. The city of Slaughter, Texas, has never had a homicide.i
  12. The largest city in Texas is Houston. It is also the fourth largest city in the United States.a
  13. Texas’ nickname is the “Lone Star State” as a reminder of its struggle for independence from Mexico and to represent Texas as an independent republic.f
  14. The phrase “Six Flags over Texas” refers to the six countries that ruled over Texas territory. The first flag belonged to Spain (1519-1821), the second was the royal banner of France (1685-1690), the third was the flag of Mexico (1821-1836), the fourth belonged to the Republic of Texas (1836-1845), the fifth was the flag of the United States (1845-1861 and 1865-present) and, upon secession, Texas replaced the U.S. flag with one for the Confederate States of America (1861-1865). The term “Six Flags” has been incorporated into theme parks (Six Flags), shopping malls, and other venues.j
  15. industrial pollution Texas releases more greenhouse emissions than most countries

  16. If Texas were a country, it would rank as the world’s 7th largest producer of greenhouse gases. Additionally, Texas emits more greenhouse gases than any other state in the United States.k
  17. Texas experiences the most tornadoes in the United States, with an average of 139 per year. Tornadoes occur most often in North Texas and the Panhandle.a
  18. The deadliest natural disaster in the U.S. was the Galveston hurricane of 1900, which killed between 8,000-12,000 people.c
  19. Sam Houston (1793-1863) was the first president and first governor of Texas. The Cherokee, with whom he lived in Tennessee, called him “the Raven.” Though one of the most famous Texans, he was actually born in Virginia and served as governor of Tennessee. A statue of Sam Houston called a “Tribute to Courage” is the world’s largest freestanding statute of an American.j
  20. Texas was an independent nation from 1836 to 1845. When it was annexed in 1845, it retained the right to fly its flag at the same height as the national flag.b
  21. The letters “G.T.T.” were 19th-century short hand for “Gone to Texas,” a quick way for people to let their families know that they had left for greener grass. Eventually, so many people headed to Texas to escape the law that “G.T.T.” came to mean “on the lam.”a
  22. The famous battle cry “Remember the Alamo!” is often attributed to Sam Houston but was actually coined by Texas general Sidney Sherman (1805-1873).h
  23. The most popular snack foods in Texas are Frito pie (a bag of Fritos mixed with chili, onions, and cheese eaten straight from the bag), peanuts in Dr Pepper, beef jerky, jalapenos, and corn dogs.a
  24. In 1969, Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong called Houston, Texas, from the moon. The first word spoken on the moon in 1969 was “Houston.”h
  25. camels Over 100 camels were imported to Texas during the 1850s and 1860s

  26. Camels were imported into Texas twice in the 1850s by the U.S. War Department in the belief that they would be handy animals to use during the Indian Wars. They could be seen roaming Texas hills and deserts well into the 1920s.a
  27. The Texas flag is called the “Lone Star Flag” and has three colors: red to represent courage, white to represent liberty, and blue to represent loyalty. It was adopted in 1845 when Texas became a state. The large white star was first used on Texas flags in the 1830s during the battles between Texas and Mexico.f
  28. The Texas state capitol building—completed on May 16, 1888—is the largest  capitol of all state capitols in the nation in terms of gross square footage. It is second in total size only to the National Capital in D.C. Additionally, the capital dome in Austin is 7 feet higher than the dome on the U.S. capitol. Texas has the second tallest state capital building, after Louisiana.f
  29. The “father” of Texas is Stephen Fuller Austin (1793-1836). He and his father helped move 300 American families (“The Old 300”) to Texas.b
  30. Each year Amarillo hosts the World’s Largest Calf Fry Cook-Off. “Calf fries” are bull testicles.a
  31. Approximately 90% of the world’s recoverable helium is located in the ground under Amarillo, Texas.a
  32. Austin is home to the largest bat colony in North America. Over 1.5 million bats roost beneath the Congress Avenue Bridge over Lady Bird Lake and eat between 10,000- 30,000 lbs. of insects a night.a
  33. The largest county in Texas is Brewster. It measures 6,193 square miles, which is roughly the size of Connecticut. Delaware could fit inside Brewster three times.a
  34. A $60 million treasure of gold plundered by Coronado is believed to be buried on an 80-acre pasture at the Sems Ranch near Clyde, Texas.h
  35. The Dallas State Fair Park is home to the largest Ferris wheel (the Texas Star) in the Western Hemisphere.a
  36. Texas was the 28th state in the U.S. and was admitted into the Union on December 29, 1845. All other states except Texas entered the United States by territorial annexation. Only Texas entered by treaty.j
  37. Dr Pepper Can Dr Pepper originated in Texas

  38. Charles Alderton (1857-1941), a Waco pharmacist, first created Dr Pepper in 1885. The oldest working Dr Pepper plant (since 1891) is in Dublin, 94 miles west of Waco. There is also no period after the “Dr” in Dr Pepper.h
  39. After the popularity of the song “Luckenbach, Texas,” so many road signs were stolen that the government stopped making them.a
  40. Texas is the largest petroleum-producing state in the U.S. and if it were an independent nation, it would rank as the world’s 5th largest petroleum-producing nation. Only 34 of Texas’ 254 counties have no known natural gas within their boundaries. However, no major wells have been discovered for a half-century or more.c
  41. In 1953, Dwight D. Eisenhower became the first Texas-born president of the U.S. The only other Texas-born president was Lyndon B. Johnson. U.S. presidents who died in Texas are JFK (assassinated on November 22, 1963, in Dallas) and Lyndon B. Johnson (who died the same place he was born, the Johnson ranch outside Stonewall, where he suffered a fatal coronary on January 22, 1973).a
  42. Josefa “Chipita” Rodriguez (1799-1863) was the first and only woman ever legally hung in Texas. She was executed on a Friday the 13th at the age of 63, and her ghost is said to haunt the place where she died. Her last words were “No soy culpable” (I am not guilty).h
  43. John Wayne and Chuck Norris are honorary Texas Rangers. The Texas Rangers are the oldest law enforcement agency in North America with statewide jurisdiction.a
  44. The Dallas TV drama series ran from 1978 to 1991 and has been dubbed into 67 languages and broadcast into more than 90 countries. It was filmed on location at the Cloyce Box Ranch in Frisco, Texas, outside of Dallas.a
  45. There are more than 70,000 miles of highway in Texas, of which 40,985 are paved farm and ranch roads. Along Texas roads, there are more than a million signs and markers. Texas uses 1.6 million gallons of white and yellow paint each year to paint stripes along its highways.a
  46. The highest temperature ever recorded in Texas was 120° F in Seymour on August 12, 1936. The lowest temperature ever recorded was -23° F at Tulia in 1899 and at Seminole on February 8, 1933.a
  47. Davy Crockett, who died at the Alamo, once told his Tennessee peers in Congress “Ya’ll can go to hell. I am going to Texas.”d
  48. It is said that only Texans would have fought the Battle of the Alamo, where Mexican troops far outnumbered the 187 men in the mission-turned-fort. All 187 men died.a
  49. no health insurance Texas has the 4th highest poverty rate in the nation

  50. In 2010, Texas tied with Mississippi for the highest percentage of U.S. workers in minimum-wage jobs. This year (2011), it has the 4th highest poverty rate of any state and it ranks 1st for adults without diplomas. It also leads the U.S. in children without health insurance, and 26% of all Texans have no health insurance.g
  51. Jane Long (1798-1880) has been called the “Mother of Texas” because of her bravery and the widely held belief that she gave birth to the “first white child” in Texas. However, by her own admission, she was not the first English woman to bear a child in Texas.b
  52. Miriam A. “Ma” Ferguson was the first female governor of Texas and the first woman elected governor of any state.d
  53. Emily Morgan, an African American indentured servant, is the subject of the song “The Yellow Rose of Texas.”d
  54. Estevanico, or “Black Stephen,” was the body-servant of the Spanish explorer Cabeza de Vaca and, as such, was most likely the first African American ever in Texas.d
  55. The world’s largest (and oldest) rattlesnake roundup is held every March in Sweetwater, Texas.d
    Texas Symbols d,f
    State Bird Mockingbird
    State Tree Pecan
    State Motto “Friendship”
    State Flower Bluebonnet
    State Dish Chili
    State Grass Sideoats Grama
    State Gem Topaz
    State Stone Palmwood
    State Mammal (large) Texas Longhorn
    State Flying Mammal Free-tailed Bat
    State Insect Monarch Butterfly
    State Fish Guadalupe Bass
    State Vegetable Onion
    State Fiber Cotton
    State Fruit Red Grapefruit
    State Stone Petrified Palmwood
    State Pepper Jalapeno
    State Sport Rodeo
    State Shrub Crape Myrtle
    State Dance Square Dance

— Posted October 24, 2011


a Buckner, Shary. 2010. Fun with the Family: Texas. 7th Ed. Guilford, CT: GPP Travel.

b Crutchfield, James A. 1996. It Happened in Texas. Helena, MT: Falcon Press.

c Dar, Alyse. Ed. 2008. Texas. New York, NY: Langenscheidt Publishers, Inc.

d Dingus, Anne. Ed. 1981. The Book of Texas Lists. Austin, TX: Texas Monthly Press.

e Lindsell-Roberts, Sheryll. 2004. Whacky Laws, Weird Decisions, and Strange Statutes. New York, NY: Sterling Publishing Company.

f McAuliffe, Emily. 2003. Texas: Facts and Symbols. Mankato, MN: Capstone Press.

g Meyerson, Harold. “The Sad Facts behind Rick Perry’s Texas Miracle.” Washington Post. August 16, 2011. Accessed: September 12, 2011.

h Naylor, June. 2009. Off the Beaten Path: Texas. 8th Ed. Guilford, CT: GPP Travel.

i Pohlen, Jerome. 2006. Oddball Texas: A Guide to Some Really Strange Places. Chicago, IL: Chicago Review Press.

j Powell, Mary Jo. 2005. On-the-Road Histories: Texas. Northampton, MA: Interlink Books.

kTexas Is No. 1 Carbon Polluter in U.S.” CBS News. February 11, 2009. Accessed: September 12, 2011.

Source: http://facts.randomhistory.com/texas-facts.html


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Killeen – Harker Heights Homes for Sale! Lets go Shopping this weekend!

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Its a brand new year! Who has a to-do list that includes “BUY A HOME” this year? You? Great! I can help!

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PaulaSOLDit.com is back! Killeen Real Estate and Homes for Sale

My website is officially live and I am back in business! Texas Heritage Real Estate has been resurrected!

After a little break from main stream real estate – and getting to be with my Sadie Alice the first few years of her life, I am ready to get back to selling homes and helping people with their real estate needs!

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