Random thoughts on a cloudy Saturday morning:
1. We finished a brick path in the yard last night. It was one of those free projects that make you so happy. There were random piles of bricks scattered around the yard and the flower beds and we took them and put down sand and laid the bricks in a staggered path.
I say we.
But I really mean Zack.
He asked me yesterday if I was going to put the path on the blog and I told him I wasn’t sure.
He said if I talked about it to mention his name because he wanted to make sure he got credit.
I wonder where he gets that from?
2. It was a good week on the blog. This week we decorated with blue and white and saw a before and after classroom with an amazing heart and figured out where all our lamps go and discovered that there was something amazing just around the corner.
3. Only two weeks until the Haven Conference. I’ve been working on my keynote speech and practicing it like it was the Gettysburg address.
4. I just ordered some amazing peel and stick wallpaper for a closet makeover. Fingers crossed it looks as cute as I think it’s going to.
Let’s see what I found this week.
Look at this amazing soap.
It was so easy to make and it would make your bathroom say summer.
See the DIY here.
Have you ever frozen berries before?
It made me feel cooler just looking at this picture.
See all the details on how it’s done here.
This incredible outdoor space.
All it needs is a really good book and a glass of sweet tea.
See the entire outdoor space here.
Is it wrong if I stared at this picture for 47 minutes?
I’m not sure.
I lost track of time.
See the rest of this amazing kitchen here.
And in random news this week:
This log cabin
Three small bedroom solutions
Life advice from a 103-year-old runner
This sweet table
This kitchen design
These tips for taking photos with your phone
These paper hydrangeas
No is a complete sentence
And if you like vintage?
This is the tablescape for you.
And one more for the road.
Make a DIY magnolia wreath in an hour. It’s a simple project with just a few steps.
All you need are magnolia leaves and these step-by-step instructions.
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