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  1. Hi there !
    I just want you to know how BLESSED I am to read your blog and learn new things ! God has truly blessed you with talent and insight !! I can feel your relationship is sweet with6our wonderful Saviour ! It makes it even more meaningful to me because I went to High School with your father-in-law, Jerry and of course your Uncle Terry in Dallas….your great Aunt Bev Schrag-Robinson was ahead of me. Derrill has been a dear friend of ours for 40+ years……it’s a small world, eh?😄

    I pray God will richly reward you as you serve Him and continue to bless us with your deep insight! I’m a big follower of the teachings of Nancy Lee DeMoss Wohlgemuth, Beth Moore and Alicia Morgan….you are right up there among godley women to be admired and admonished to stay the course….you’ll be in my prayers and I’ll look forward to each new entry !! I’m going to try the topiary and the bird’s nest under glass !! I LOVE to decorate with branches, birds and nests

    God Bless you.
    Say Hi to your Dad for me….he would remember me as Dolly Classen back then 😃

    • Hi Dolly! I can’t thank you enough for your words of encouragement! It IS such a small world! I am so thankful for your prayers. My heartbeat for this blog is that women will be drawn to a fun project and come away with encouragement in their walk with the Lord. Again, I’m really humbled and encouraged by your sweet words and they came at a time I really needed them. Can’t thank you enough Dolly! How can I pray for you?

  2. Karin, I love boxwood, and your DIY topiaries are amazing! Thank you for another great project and an encouraging word to go with it! Can’t wait to find out about your giveaway!! <3 Misty

  3. Karin!!! I love your site, and of course I love this project! This looks so simple, right up my lane. Making my own at a lower cost, rather than buying is ALWAYS my preference. Your encouragement along with your DIY is brilliant! I just love it all!

    • I can’t thank you enough for your kind words Jen! I have so much fun figuring out how to make my own low-cost version of home decor items – maybe a little too much fun! My mission for the blog is that someone is drawn to the blog by a fun project but hopefully goes away with some encouragement in their relationship with the Lord! Thank you again!

    • I don’t but I should! All I did was take an 18″ grapevine wreath and hot glue Hydrangea flowers to it. I got them at Michaels and cut the stems to a few inches with a wire cutter. Thanks for stopping by and let me know if you have any questions!


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