How to Know Whether to Buy or DIY Home Decor {How To Make a Boxwood Wreath}
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How to Know Whether to Buy or DIY Home Decor {How To Make a Boxwood Wreath}

My favorite aspect of DIY is finding new, low-cost methods to make home décor items that would normally cost so much more to buy.  I’m a huge proponent of making your own home décor items to save money and also give your home a personal touch that can only come from you!  However, every once…

DIY Hydrangea Door Wreath {Why Spring is the Season of Hope}
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DIY Hydrangea Door Wreath {Why Spring is the Season of Hope}

There’s something about hanging a beautiful spring wreath on your front door after a cold, dreary winter.  The fresh warmth of spring gives your heart a feeling of hope and excitement.   My hydrangea door wreath is so easy to make that before you know it, you will have said goodbye to your winter blues.  …

Why Celebrate Advent? {Modern Advent Wreath Ideas}
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Why Celebrate Advent? {Modern Advent Wreath Ideas}

Until recently, this Baptist girl never thought much of the meaning of Advent.  The word “Advent” conjures images of a women’s events with different-themed tables or one of those Christmas countdown calendars.  Normally, when I looked at an Advent wreath with candles, all I saw was a fire hazard.  However, this year is different… A walk…

Easy, DIY Cotton Wreath For Less Than $10
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Easy, DIY Cotton Wreath For Less Than $10

My DIY Cotton Wreath wasn’t only inexpensive and easy to make, but I love how it works for any season of the year.  As I decorated my entry table for each season to illustrate it’s versatility, I realized that the wreath wasn’t the only constant in the picture.  I’d love to share more with you about what I discovered in my post Easy, DIY Cotton Wreath for Less Than $10.

Simmer Pot Recipe & Free Gift Tag {God’s Reaction When We “Just Show Up”}
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Simmer Pot Recipe & Free Gift Tag {God’s Reaction When We “Just Show Up”}

Hardly Pinterest-worthy is the picture below.  In my meager attempts to live a shiny, compartmentalized, ‘I’ve got it under control’ kind of life, I sometimes forget what’s most important.  As I made stovetop potpourri, God reminded me I should care care less about how I am perceived and more about how He is received. This…