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Decor, DIY Project, The Seasonal Decor

DIY Spring Wreath

So I’m strolling through the aisles of Hobby Lobby a few weeks ago and just so happen to be there the week that all the flowers were 50 percentย off. That my friends, is not a deal to pass up. As I’m sifting through the rows of flower stems, it dawnsย on me that we haven’t done a seasonal wreath for spring and thus this DIY spring wreath was born. This technique can be done with pretty much anyย faux stem, but I’m pretty partial to the ones I picked out. [this post  ...

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Decor, DIY Project, The house

DIY Wooden Farmhouse Mason Jar Holder

  When Brett’s out of town for work, I usually find myself scrambling for projects that don’t involve too many power tools. My repertoire includes the orbital sander and miter saw, so if I begin a project that requires anything other than that and Brett’s not home, I’m stuck. Which brings me to today’s DIY – not only is its focal point the beloved mason jar, it also only requires a few cuts with the saw (which you could probably have done at your  ...

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Decor, DIY Project, The Seasonal Decor

DIY Mason Jar Plant Holder

We’re t-minus two days from March… which is basically April… which is when spring is supposed to happen… which means flowers and greenery and sunshine. What better way to welcome the season than by sharing a fun mason jar plant holder made out of a $5.00 thrift store frame? [this post contains affiliate links, which means we may make a small commission if a purchase is made. see the full disclosure here.] The Process Like I mentioned above, this baby was a grand  ...

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Decor, The Bathroom, The Bedroom, The Entryway, The house, The Kitchen, The Living Room, The Mudroom

One Year Anniversary Home Tour

One year, to the day. That’s how long we’ve been in this house. It feels like we just moved in… and yet at the same time, like we’ve been here forever. To celebrate this big milestone, we wanted to take a look at the last year. Not only to catch up the newcomers, but to give us a little piece of mind ๐Ÿ™‚ If there is one thing we’ve learned this past year, it’s that renovating a home is hard. But, we also have learned that the satisfaction of literally  ...

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