$12 Large Framed Chalkboard

Pastels. Eggs. Candy. Sunday best. Worship. Easter was yesterday and was filled with all of these beautiful, fun things. I love Easter because it celebrates a fresh start. A clean slate. Spring is evident everywhere, in new blooms, in beautiful colors, a perfect picture of redemption. The Easter story is powerful, and we’ve been seeing […]

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How to Frame a Bathroom Mirror

I’ve been such a blog slacker, friends! My hiatus wasn’t planned, but sometimes that’s just how life goes. Y’all know what I mean. At any rate, I have made some great strides on the hall bathroom in our house that I’m so excited to share and, in fact, only have the flooring and shelves left […]

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Bathroom Renovation | DIY Shaker Doors

Our bathroom renovation project is coming along pretty well! It’s always a longer process when you DIY, especially with kids, because those hours are hard to pull together consistently. Overall, though, it’s going just about as planned and we are nearing the final stages! All of the tile has been regrouted and reglazed which was […]

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DIY Bathroom Renovation | Inspiration Board

Our bathroom has been long overdue for a makeover. We’ve lived in our house for twelve years, y’all, and while we got rid of the ugly wallpaper and carpet in our hall bathroom, it still had yellowing porcelain tile and an outdated vanity. In the interest of full disclosure, that bathroom has been a “designers […]

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DIY Coffee Sack Upholstered Bench

Have you guys seen all the grain sack goodies that are coming out in the home decor department? Grain sack upholstered chairs, pillow covers, tea towels … the list goes on. It’s farmhouse decor at its finest and definitely should have been included in our farmhouse decorating post last year! At the time, we were […]

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DIY Distressed Herb Pots

We had so much fun making these pots as part of a crafty afternoon with friends! You can too! These DIY distressed herb pots are the perfect “make in an afternoon” craft to get ready for spring. With minimal supplies & minimal effort even a newbie crafter with little to no creativity can do this. Ha! […]

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Decorating with Fresh Flowers

It has been unseasonably warm for February here in Kentucky {and I am so not complaining!}. I love spring! It represents new growth and fresh starts and means the start of gardening season. Y’all, there are few things quite as awesome as being able to pick fresh fruits and veggies from the garden. If you’re […]

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DIY Wood Canvas Frame

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Did y’all see the last episode of Fixer Upper? I’m going to tell you right now that when I found out Magnolia Flour was becoming a thing I had a few thoughts: a) How much more awesome could Chip and Joanna get? b) It’s just about the sweetest thing ever that […]

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DIY Farmhouse Server Furniture Flip

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I’m probably a coffee snob. Okay, I’m definitely a coffee snob. I have some amazing friends here in town who brew their own blends of coffee {complete with roasting imported beans and all}, and now that I’ve had those, it’s not the same to have just any old cup of […]

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DIY Reindeer Christmas Pillow

Christmas pillows elude me, friends. It is on rare occasion that I find one I love that doesn’t cost more than $15. Because of our budget and the fact that I’m only breaking these pillows out once a year for a couple of months, it’s not worth it to drop $40 on a single pillow. This year, […]

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DIY Monogram Laurel Wreath

Greenery is the perfect “every season” decoration. Pine and cedar during the winter, fresh flowers and vines in the spring and summertime, magnolia wreaths… okay. Those are great every single day, let’s be honest! Laurel wreaths are everywhere these days, including our fall printables from a few weeks ago! A good friend of mine saw […]

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How to Host Friendsgiving

This year will be my first year making a turkey. I’m a little nervous about it even though the instructions are clearly written on the back of the turkey packaging. I figure it could go one of three ways: I burn the turkey a la The Santa Clause; the turkey is so dry its inedible a […]

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Hot Apple Cider Bar

Yesterday, my mom and I were talking about Thanksgiving and who’s bringing what for the big family meal, and it hit me. Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away! Does anyone else feel like this year has just flown by? Once I recovered from that realization, happiness took over because, as y’all know, this season […]

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DIY Wood Gather Sign

A wood sign is the perfect way to add a rustic element to your home. One of my favorite things to look for when out thrifting are signs, and many times I have to pass on them because they’re either too expensive or too elusive. The good news? You can easily make your own! I’m not […]

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