DIY Vintage Fall Florals

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Canning Jars For The Soul

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September Wishlist: 4 ways to cozy up your home for fall!

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Make Your Everyday Tile Extraordinary With Herringbone Patterned Tile

Herringbone for the Home for Floors and Walls ...more

Spruce Up Your Space With Black Window Frames

Black Window Frames Bored of your room? Is your room looking a bit tired?  Does your room need a little pick me up?  Well here's a relatively quick and inexpensive way to spruce up your space.  Paint your window frames a contrasting black, and you'll create instant drama! ...more
Nice post - I love black accents in any decor and this an inspiring way to bring it into a space!more

4 Ways to Make Black Walls Work


5 Great Boys Bedroom Ideas to Last Him From Ages 8 through 18

Lately I have been looking for boys bedroom ideas and have found that good boys bedrooms ideas are few and far between.  My little boy is now 8 and it's time to say goodbye to the ultra cool fire engine bed.  It has served him well since he turned 2, but now he's all grown up and needs a room that will last him until he's 18, when he leaves for college.   ...more

The Conceal Wall Book Shelf, When Looks Matter

Sometimes high-tech looks come in unexpected ways like with the Conceal Wall Book Shelf.  What makes the shelf so much fun is how it actuallyContinue reading →...more

DIY Coffee Filter Wreath!

Directionless Mom  Need a wreath that's beautiful? How about simple to make? OK, does it help if it's cheap to make as well? Well then, I have the craft for you! This post is a complete tutorial on how to make your very own coffee filter wreath! I spent around $10 to make it and it's gorgeous!Take a look for yourself!...more

I Started My Own Business!

On a shoestring budget, a wing, and a prayer. That's how our little store started. Five friends, one vision, and a need to carry on. Let me start with a little bit of background. There are five of us, myself, Mary, Joan, Karen, and Tammy who make up our core group. We all met when we were working for a great country store. We became more than friends, we became family. Not only the five of us, but other women, who will remain nameless, and the owner of this great place. We did so much together. Cookouts, bonfires, birthday parties, vacations, you name it, we did it!...more