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DIY Project, The house, The Seasonal Decor

Magnolia Style Book Page Wreath

Hello! I have some super exciting news. My lovely and talented blogger friend Kristi from Making it in the Mountains asked North Country Nest to be a regular contributor on her blog. Once a month we’ll be hopping on over to her space and sharing a fun DIY project. Today’s the first project and I am so excited to share it! You know we love books around here so I created this super easy magnolia style book page wreath. For the full tutorial,Β click here. All our best,

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Decor, DIY Project, Friday Nesting

Friday Nesting 4/21

Friday five. [this post contains affiliate links, which means we may make a small commission if a purchase is made, at no additional cost to you. see the full disclosure here.] Today’s five minute DIY decor is for all you book lovers. Grab a few old books, recover them in brown kraft paper and wrap the stack a few times around with twine. Hello farmhouse charm.   Friday finds. Using the promo code SPRING, receive up to 20% off of furniture at Target. Someday when we get our  ...

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Decor, The Dining Room, The Seasonal Decor

Spring Tablescape & A Lesson In Bouquet Making

With the [much needed] help of our wonderful family, we’ve decided to grow our own flowers for the wedding. No pressure, right? With only 136 days until the big day (!), I’ve decided to start practicing my bouquet-making abilities with an easy going spring tablescape. Because nothing says spring like fresh flowers… and I’ll take all the practice I can get. While creating this tablescape, I came to the realization that the key to a perfect bouquet isn’t the type  ...

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Decor, DIY Project, Friday Nesting

Friday Nesting 4/7

Friday story time. Since Brett is back on the road, the dogs and I decided to spend the week at my sister and brother-in-law’s house. With three dogs and three children [her husband is working 12-hour days] she was bound to have some eventful experiences to share and when it comes to stories. My ever-so-talented sister has quite the gift so I’m going to let her tell this one. Once upon a time there was a mommy of three Mostly Wonderful children, and one big (sometimes useless as  ...

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