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Quick and Easy Feminine Farmhouse Pillows

Are you ready to unleash your inner Joanna Gaines and bring some farmhouse decor into your home?  The best places to make your house on trend and on budget is through decorative pillows and art!  They are quick and easy to change out, no long-term commitments attached. I’m going to show you how simple it is to make your own feminine farmhouse style pillows using some blank pillows covers, heat transfer, and your electronic cutting machine. The Supply List: Blank Pillow Cover Pillow  ...

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Make a Recycled Rustic Faux Lightbox

Earth day was last week so I wanted to make a project using primarily recycled materials.  I honestly love projects like these the most, they stretch my creativity and they are super affordable. My son recently had a birthday and got a bunch of new toys, one was a wooden train set in a really fun wood box/tray.  I took one look at it and thought “this looks like a lightbox” so of course that packaging became mine and he got the fun choo-choo. We also live in a new construction  ...

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Make Your Own Farmhouse Style Cake Stand

The farmhouse trend is holding strong! I’m a huge fan because it’s such a clean, simple, and timeless aesthetic. It’s also easy to create your own pieces using some items you can pick up at the local craft store anywhere you live. The only thing better than cute home accessories is CAKE! Talk about a huge win-win when you can combine the two into one craft project. You’re going to want to go check out the full tutorial over here.   Definitely pin this one for  ...

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Create Your Own Family Math Sign

Are you a fan of the farmhouse trend?  I very much am!  I don’t like to make my whole house a “theme” per say but I do like to include elements. The key to having a welcoming and warm home is including personal items and memories for guests to enjoy.  Also, make sure it’s a mix of textures and colors.  This keeps the art interesting and it really pulls the room together.  I have hints of mint green throughout my home that’s primarily neutral. I love seeing the  ...

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