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  Warmer weather means sprucing up the yard, but costs can add up fast when you buy everything from the store.  Save yourself money with these backyard DIY projects you can do in a weekend. 19 Backyard DIYs on a Budget 1. Pallet table 2. DIY sectional 3. Arbor and bench 4. Outdoor patio table set 5. Planter pots...
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DIY flower crown for only $5 featured
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Don't you just LOVE the look of these trendy floral crowns everyone is wearing for photo shoots?! I knew I had to get one for my little girl's upcoming photo session so I went online to order and those babies are kinda pricey! I guess I understand because they do take some time to make, however the supplies to make them are cheap, cheap. And...
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cute rainboot planter tutorial (featured)
by  |  posted under Crafting, Decorating, Do It Yourself, Easter/Spring, Fun With Kids, Gardening
Is anyone else as excited about spring as I am?! I don't know what it is about budding flowers and trees spouting fresh green leaves, but I love it! The bright colors, warm sunshine, and light breeze put a spring in my step (no pun intended). This project is my celebration of cheery spring and flip flop weather! I guarantee these cute little...
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marquee featured image
by  |  posted under Baby Showers, Birthdays, Crafting, Decorating, Do It Yourself, Fun With Kids, Gardening, Uncategorized
I love big statements in decoration and design, and DIY marquee letters give you a lot of punch for little money. There are two ways to make a marquee; buy an oversized paper mache letter at your local craft store or cut a letter out of wood. There are pros and cons to both materials, although the method is the same for both. Paper...
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20 Ways to Repurpose Your Old Crib
by  |  posted under Decorating, Gardening, Organizing, Round ups
I've got two old cribs in my garage that 4 of my kids have used....two of them because of the twins!  Once we found out they were no longer safe, I hated to throw them out.  Kinda feeling sentimental about these things, how about you?  I'm excited to have found some amazing ways to repurpose my old cribs so they can be enjoyed even longer!...
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15 Creative Ways to Use Hay Bales
by  |  posted under Decorating, Gardening, Round ups
15 Creative Ways to Use Hay Bales You don't have to be a cowboy or cowgirl to appreciate a good ole' fashioned hay bale! I didn't know there were so many ways you can use hay bales, did you? I want to throw a country party now just for those adorable hay bale decorations! 1. How about this snazzy way to show your patriotism? Check out this...
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ashley DIY Macrame and Health House Plants featured image
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Let me start off by saying I am a hippie at heart. I remember in middle school the only reason why I wanted to take art class was because the teacher at South Junior High was known for doing fabulous macrame and I just had to learn.  I wish I would have saved everything I made back in the day but alas I never thought I would use it again...
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emily fairy garden kit featured image
by  |  posted under Anti Boredom Busters, Birthdays, Christmas, Crafting, Decorating, Do It Yourself, Easter/Spring, Family, Fun With Kids, Gardening, Gift Giving, Girls
A few weeks ago I went to a friend's house and got a tour of her lovely backyard. Nestled in the gorgeous flowerbed was a tiny house with a stone path and a small arbor, a few little toadstools and a teeny tiny bouquet of flowers. I asked my friend and she told me it was her granddaughter's fairy garden, a fun little something they do together. I...
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ashley chickens for beginners (featured image)
by  |  posted under Crafting, Decorating, Do It Yourself, Easter/Spring, Family, Food Storage, Gardening, Inspiration, Organizing, Soups
April prepares her green traffic light and the world thinks Go.  ~Christopher Morley, John Mistletoe It's true, isn't it? Spring time has a magical way of getting to the "get up and go" in each of us. Talk of spring cleaning, organizing, starting new goals, revisiting old goals, and just DOING seems to pop up as often as the tulips do. The...
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by  |  posted under Easter/Spring, Fun With Kids, Gardening
The sun is out and the weather is warming up! You know what that means right?  It's now time to think about starting some seeds indoors. So go pull the gardening tools out of the shed and put them to work. But they aren't the only ones to be put to work- go grab some little helpers to help out as well! Gardening is a fantastic way to not only...
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