Pioneer Woman

Pioneer Woman Summer 2021

Ree Drummond shares her enthusiasm for the simple joys in life and inspires readers with her newest creation, The Pioneer Woman Magazine. Each issue is like a day with a good friend, full of helpful advice, great recipes, fun shopping and heartfelt stories – and lots of laughs.

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United States
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English
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Hearst
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2 min
show us the door

Light and Bright Bay Area blogger Ashley Luengo is not afraid to try something new for curb appeal: She has repainted her front door more than 10 times! She chose this blue hue with the season in mind. “I wanted this color to reflect the summer sky and be a backdrop for flowers,” she says. She DIYed the hanging basket by tying together faux peonies and ferns with craft wire and ribbon. @modernglamhome Get the Look Going Green This Winnetka, IL, house went from serious to fun with a simple front-door color swap: It used to be black! Interior designer Ashley Colombo wanted to add life to her entry with a bold shade. “I thought kelly green would look great against the pink brick,” she says. She chose the door knocker because a pineapple symbolizes…

2 min
crafty clutches

Raffia Blooms WHAT YOU’LL NEED • Scissors• Assorted raffia flowers• Hot glue gun 1 Trim any extra strings from the back of the flowers. 2 Plot out your flower arrangement on the clutch flap, mixing large and small flowers. 3 Apply hot glue to the center of the back of each flower and affix to the clutch. Handwoven Raffia Ribbon Flower Appliqués, $15 for 20; ediesattictreasures.etsy.com Summer Stripes WHAT YOU’LL NEED • Small paint brush• Acrylic craft paint in yellow and white• Hot glue gun• Pom-pom tassel 1 Starting at the back of the clutch and using the pattern of the weaving as a guide, paint every other section yellow. Let dry. 2 Paint the remaining sections white. Let dry. ⅓cup chicken broth 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 on the front of the bag including the flap. Let dry. 4 Hot-glue the…

2 min
beat the heat

What’s the best way to keep my hair healthy after swimming? During Oklahoma summers, everyone swims at the lake or pool, and dryness becomes a huge issue. Try wetting your hair before swimming and then spray on a leave-in conditioner. Your hair will absorb all of that goodness instead of sucking up pool chemicals or lake water. How can I keep my hair from fading in the sun? The first tip is pretty simple: Wear a hat! The sun can’t fade your hair color if it’s not exposed. And I recommend using Oribe products. They have UVA/UVB filters in them, so they act as a sunblock for your hair. You can also have a color-balancing treatment done to maintain your desired color. How can I protect the ends of my hair? Aside from getting regular…

1 min
double take

Ree’s look “I’m obsessed with color, but I usually stick to brights on the top and dark pants. For this outfit I changed things up!”—Ree Martha’s look “My style is chic and feminine. I love heels and platform shoes, but my favorite summer accessory is a fun pair of sunglasses—they enhance any outfit!”—Martha BY JAMIE M. WILSON. PHOTOS AND STYLING: ALISON GOOTEE (8).…

2 min
the sweetest shower

Before Ree’s oldest daughter, Alex, married the man of her dreams on May 1 (see the wedding on page 14!), family and friends gathered in Pawhuska for a much smaller—but very special—occasion: a shower for the bride-to-be. The event, which took place upstairs at The Mercantile, Ree’s Pawhuska store, had all the hallmarks of a classic shower, including beautiful floral centerpieces and lots of thoughtful gifts. But there were also some fun twists, like an Instagram-worthy balloon backdrop and a stunning cake decorated with edible gold leaf. Pink and white were the colors of the day, and Alex and her sister Paige dressed to match the palette. Read on for the details—you might want to steal an idea or two! A Little Toast Every guest received a mini bottle of bubbly labeled…

1 min
rodeo rundown

Barrel Racing A rider enters the arena on a horse at full speed and weaves around three barrels. The rider can touch or even tip the barrels, but if the barrel falls over it’s a five-second penalty. Saddle Bronc Riding This event, similar to bareback riding, was inspired by the old Western tradition of ranch hands riding untrained horses. The rider must remain on the horse for eight seconds. Steer Wrestling A rider must jump from a horse and wrestle a steer flat on the ground. The cowboy with the fastest time wins. Bareback Riding Riders must stay on a horse for eight seconds with only one hand on the rigging. Cowboys are disqualified if they touch anything with their free hand—or if they’re bucked off. Steer Roping A cowboy on a horse must rope a steer’s horns before…