If you’ve been following along our journey, we bought a house in August of 2016. It’s a beautiful home, in one of our dream neighborhoods, but it needed a little TLC. The previous owners were artists out of their own heart and paired the original hardwoods with yellow, green, blue, and red walls – YIKES!  Walls Galore Fast forward a few months later and the color of all the walls may not have changed, but the decor surely did! We worked on small projects at a time. I finished painting the living room (not ready for a full room reveal yet!)…

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Some of you know that I am a nanny and babysitter from previous posts or knowing me in real life. Amongst the many adventures kiddos and I have together, I love being able to dip into my creative juices and craft with them. Here is an quick and EASY Halloween handprints craft that you can do with any of your bebes or kiddos you look after.  All you need is: Paint (Black, White, Orange, maybe Green) Paper (Cardstock or Construction work well) Paint Brush (less mess) Hands and/or Feet This works well for little ones if you sit them in…

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The week before my cousins wedding day, I knew I wanted to do something special. Something that would mean the world to her and that she could open on her wedding day. I wanted it to be something to start the day off great. I browsed Pinterest for hours on end trying to come up with an idea for a morning of the wedding gift, when I stumbled on this idea to have close family and the bridal party write letters to the bride. It was genius!  A lot of people did scrapbooks, but I wanted this to be more…

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In high school I collected shirts throughout my four years to hold on to memories. From Choir to Student Council, and different leadership events I went to. I wanted so badly to make them into a quilt that I could cherish for ever, but I never got around to it. So the shirts just sat there is a box collecting dust and taking up space in my closet. Three years later and I’m in college.  The box of shirts is still sitting there and as much as I want to get them made into a quilt, other things have come up.  …

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When I posted about this gallery wall during our living room home tour, I got so many compliments and comments on how I was able to create it and how much it cost K and I to make. With the outpour of love, I wanted to show you all how you can make an affordable gallery wall in your home. This affordable gallery wall is the perfect edition to any home and with some patience and a thrifty eye, it will come together so easily.  This gallery wall cost us less than $70 to make and it is my favorite thing in…

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