2017 - Dimples and Tangles

HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS...


From our family to yours, we're wishing you the merriest of Christmases!  


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2017 CHRISTMAS HOME TOUR PART 3: BREAKFAST NOOK, MASTER BEDROOM, KITCHEN, AND PATIO


I photographed the rest of my home last week (after finally putting on the last finishing touches!) and had planned to share the rest of my Christmas home tour with you before this point, but things like hosting parties, shopping, sneaking in some family time and other commitments took all of my time this past week... and I'm not complaining one bit!  However, sorry it's only a few days from Christmas and I'm just now completing my tour of our Breakfast Nook, Master Bedroom, Kitchen, and Patio.   If you missed them, you can catch Part 1 here and Part 2 here.

This is somewhat of a monster post since it's everything that I haven't shown you yet, so I'll just let you scroll and enjoy the photos.  I'll provide some sources here and there, but if you have any questions that I haven't addressed please ask in the comments.


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CHRISTMAS PHOTO BOOTH BACKDROP WITH PAPER PARTY FANS


Over the weekend my family helped me put together some photo booth backdrops around our church for families to use this Christmas season.  For the past few years there have been several stations set up around the church for people to stop and take photos with friends and family, I think it's such a great idea!  I always like to share decor for church events with you here, too, because I know several readers like to adapt these ideas for their church.  However, most of them can also be adapted for party decor or even switched for different holidays or birthday parties if you work with the basic theme idea and just change the specifics or colors according to your occasion.


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PRACTICAL STOCKING STUFFER IDEAS


December is quickly flying by, did you get a lot of shopping done this past weekend?  We made a pretty good dent in our lists but still need to finish up some odds and ends.  One thing that always takes a bit of extra effort is finishing up stocking stuffers.  We do stockings for everyone on both sides of our extended families, so it's always a challenge but ends up being fun seeing what things we can come up with.  I like to buy practical stocking stuffers, items that everyone needs day to day but aren't really fun to spend money on when you're buying them yourself.  And, a few of these suggestions are even better because they're practical AND cute!




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2017 CHRISTMAS HOME TOUR PART 2: ENTRY AND DINING ROOM


Hello everyone, welcome to Part 2 of my Christmas home tour today!  I'm so happy to be sharing my Entry and Dining Room with you as a part of the Simply Christmas Home tour, hosted by the lovely Randi of Randi Garrett Design and Jennifer of Decor Gold Designs.  If you've found your way here via Life on Virginia Street, nice to meet you!  Sarah is such a sweet heart and I always enjoy her beautiful tours. I'm loving her pops of Emerald Green in today's tour, and every time I see her "O Holy Night" canvas I'm determined to find a spot to add one of my own!

I've had so much fun injecting bursts of Christmas color into every nook and cranny... come on in and take a peek!  If you're new here today, my style is fairly traditional, but I love to use bold colors and mix and match patterns.  I have no idea what to label my "style," if I like something I add it in!

I also enjoy keeping an eye out for second hand pieces that might work in my home.  I appreciate the quality that older pieces bring, the collected feel of different pieces, and generally the bargain price that comes along with them!  My Entry houses an old dresser that I painted and a large mirror scored from Craigslist.  This space usually changes season by season and it's a fun spot to change things up.

black dresser, french provincial, paper fans, party fans, 3D stars, bust, tinsel trees, Christmas Entry Decorations

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2017 CHRISTMAS HOME TOUR PART 1: PORCH AND LIVING ROOM


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!  I've been busy decking the halls and am so thrilled to share my Porch and Living Room for Part 1 of my Christmas Home Tour with you today.

I want to start off by thanking Marty of A Stroll Thru Life for organizing this week's tour.  These tours are always a good opportunity to find new bloggers to follow and glean many new seasonal ideas.  For those of you visiting from Life Love Larson, welcome!  I'm so glad you're here!  Andrea's classic, chic style is a joy to take in and I know you enjoyed her Christmas tour.

If you're a new reader, let me take a moment to introduce myself. I'm a wife and mom of two teens- a boy and a girl- living in Edmond, Oklahoma (I'm a proud born and raised Okie!). My husband is a Southern Baptist Minister, and although I have a degree in Education and taught 3rd grade in the early years of our marriage, since having children I have stayed home to care for them. Although I have no training and consider it just a hobby, I've always had a love for decorating and started blogging about our home over 6 years ago. You'll quickly see that I love color, mixing patterns, and making over unusual pieces, many of which are second hand. It's also readily apparent that I show no restraint in my Christmas decorating... after all, we're celebrating the biggest birthday of them all!  


So, curl up in a comfy chair with a warm drink and enjoy our virtual home tour today.  Let's start at the front porch!

jewel tones, christmas decor, christmas porch, dignity blue front door


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MY FIFTEEN (OR SO!) FAVORITES- HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE


Welcome to My Five...errr... Fifteen Favorites today! Pam from Simple Details, Lisa from Shine Your Light, Kris from Driven by Decor and I are all so excited to share our holiday gift guides with you today. We had so many good things we couldn't stop at just 5!  And actually, I couldn't stop at 15!  #oops  Besides a few stocking stuffer ideas that I'll share next week, this is the only gift guide I'm doing so I packed it full!

jewel tones, christmas tree decorations, polka dot tree skirt, holiday gift guide

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DIY FLOCKED CHRISTMAS TREE TUTORIAL


*A few great Cyber Monday deals are at the end of this post!


A few posts back when I shared some gorgeous Christmas trees that were inspiring me this year, I noticed a theme.  Most of them were flocked!  I've never been a huge fan of flocked trees in the past, but this year I've been drawn to them and wanted to try one out.  I hated to spend money on a new tree since mine is only a few years old and still perfectly fine, so I decided to try flocking it myself.  I felt like I had nothing to lose!  I did look around a little online to get an idea of what this project might entail, and this tutorial was helpful.  I ended up doing mine just a bit differently so I thought I'd share my experience with you.

how to flock a christmas tree, snowy christmas tree, flocking instructions, snow flock, black and white striped curtains

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BLACK FRIDAY DEALS!


The number of Black Friday deals this weekend is a little bit overwhelming, but here are a few things that have caught my eye!

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World Market-
 40% off all furniture with code FURNSALE through today only. These chairs are identical to my round back chairs, the fabric added to the back was an easy DIY project.



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HAPPY THANKSGIVING!


I'm grateful for YOU today, sweet readers.  Thank you for following along with my journey here and always being supportive and encouraging.  It's an honor when you take time from your day to read a post.  Today, I pray God's blessings, mercy, and peace on your lives.  Happy Thanksgiving.


"The Lord bless you and keep you;
the Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you;
the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace."

-Numbers 6:24-26





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HAPPENINGS ON THE HOMEFRONT |5|


Every once in a while I like to throw a post in full of random things that aren't quite enough for their own post, but that some of you might be interested in.  So here's some highlights of what's been happening with our family lately and a few other things you might be interested in.

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My sister gave me a letter board for my birthday, and shortly after I saw this handy storage idea on Chris's Instastories.  She had this genius idea for organizing the letters!  I found this box at Michaels but here's a similar one.  Scrapbook stickers label each compartment, and the few extra compartments are nice for the numbers and punctuation pieces.

letter board, letter board storage, organization, breakfast nook

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COLORFUL CHRISTMAS MANTEL WITH HOBBY LOBBY



This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Hobby Lobby. The opinions and text are all mine.



I promise I'm not full out decorating for Christmas until after Thanksgiving is over, but today I'm so excited to share my colorful Christmas mantel with you. For this project, I was challenged to spend $100 at Hobby Lobby to style my mantel for Christmas. Let me tell you, especially during weeks where Christmas is 50% off, that goes a long way!

Actually, a good portion of my holiday decorations are already from Hobby Lobby (I always add in a few new things each year), so I took this opportunity to add a few bigger pieces to my collection, knowing that I had plenty of smaller things to fill in with.

Here are the results of my shopping trip- a huge 24x36 chalkboard art piece, vintage style and peppermint striped shatterproof ornaments, 2 artificial trees, 2 nutcrackers, and some gold metallic paper fans.


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HOT PINK, ORANGE, BLUE AND WHITE THANKSGIVING TABLE 2017


In keeping with my untraditional Fall color scheme this year, my Thanksgiving table followed suit!  I focused on hot pink, orange, blue and white and did some pattern mixing along the way.  If you read yesterday's post, I'm glad I put this table on hold for one more day because other than adding the glassware that I forgot, I made some other tweaks too and love it so much more now.


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I found a new blue and white bowl at Homegoods last weekend, so I think that kicked off the entire plan.  A simple fruit centerpiece stays low and keeps from obstructing the view of friends across the table, and the ginger jars with Trader Joe's eucalyptus (thank you Amy!) can easily be moved aside if they are obtrusive during the meal.  We serve all of the meal buffet style in the kitchen, so there's no need to leave a lot of space on the table for food dishes.  I do usually add salt and pepper shakers and butter to the table during the meal.



Following my usual pattern, the "runners" are pieces of fabric with the edges ironed under to keep them neat.  I only had a few scraps left of the pink and orange fabric left over from pillows I've made with it so I had to piece it together. And we will never use this much flatware in a meal  ;)  it just all came with a set I found on eBay and all of the pieces are too pretty not to put out!


Using a piece of scrapbook paper, I cut a simple flag and glued the end around a piece of a wooden skewer, tied a bow, and then stuck it in an orange to make personalized place markers.


These lovely napkins are my current favorites, and I use them every chance I can!



Sometimes I only have 4 of something I love for the table so I have to mix it up a bit.  I bought these spiky napkin rings years ago on clearance after Christmas at Target.  I searched but could only find 4, so I use simple beaded gold rings at the places on the end of the table.  I also only have 4 tea saucers that the oranges are sitting on (a million cups...no saucers!) so I just left those off on the end places.


I spray painted these candles a few years ago for another project.  Can't find striped candles you like?  Tape them off, choose your color, and spray!  I've also used a brush and acrylic paint too which also works fine.  (I did just notice that Hobby Lobby has started carrying striped candles though, woo hoo! They have black/white and gold/white right now.)



I hope you and yours have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

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INSPIRING COLORFUL CHRISTMAS TREES


You guys, I'm losing it.  I set up our Thanksgiving Table yesterday, photographed it, and sat down to edit photos last night.  As I did I realized that I didn't even put glasses on the table and left off a few other little things I wanted to include! #fail  It felt like something was missing all along, but the glasses never dawned on me.  I almost went ahead and posted it anyway, but just couldn't do it!  So, I'm putting the finishing touches on it and will post tomorrow, and I'm bumping up the post I originally planned for tomorrow.  Everyone's looking at all of the One Room Challenge reveals today anyway, right?  ;)

Many people are getting a jump on their Christmas decorations already, but even if you're a purist and wait until after Thanksgiving to decorate, we're only a week away!  I was happy with my tree last year, but there are a few tweaks I want to make this year.  I've been storing away ideas in my head and thought I'd share some trees that have been inspiring me.  None of them are short on color!




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FALL INTO THE HOLIDAYS- BAR STOOL MAKEOVER


Hi friends, welcome back to the final part of our Fall Into The Holidays series!  With the encouragement of our organizer Lisa from Shine Your Light, each week we're sharing simple ideas to get 4 rooms in your home holiday ready now, before the hustle and bustle of the season sets in.  I can't believe that Thanksgiving is next week!  We've already shared projects to get our kitchensbedrooms, and living rooms in shape for the holiday season, and today we're working on ways to get our dining rooms in shape for the holidays.


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2017 FALL HOME TOUR WITH UNTRADITIONAL COLORS


Many of my friends are full steam ahead preparing for Christmas, but I'm just now getting around to sharing my Fall Home Tour with you!  Since I didn't participate in any joint blogger Fall Tours this year, I wasn't in a rush to get my house decorated for the season.  So, here it is, better late than never!

I think three words describe my Fall tour this year... simple, untraditional, and colorful.  You might have already caught on to that when I shared my Fall Porch a few weeks ago.  (*This post contains affiliate links.)


Sherwin Williams Dignity Blue, blue front door, fall porch, fall decorations, painted pumpkins, gingham pumpkin


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THE PLAID PINEAPPLE- THANKFUL PILLOW GIVEAWAY


Last month I shared about The Plaid Pineapple, a sweet shop/ministry I'm partnering with that uses 100% of their profits to help meet everyday needs for people all over the world (read background story here if you missed it).  Each month I'm featuring one of their popular home products with you.  This month's Thankful pillow couldn't come at a better time with Thanksgiving being right around the corner, and the ladies at The Plaid Pineapple are graciously offering a pillow giveaway for one of you!

*GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED


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FALL INTO THE HOLIDAYS- DIY DOLLAR STORE METAL CHALKBOARD WI-FI PASSWORD SIGN


Hi friends, welcome back to the third part of our Fall Into The Holidays series!  With the encouragement of our organizer Lisa from Shine Your Light, each week we're sharing simple ideas to get 4 rooms in your home holiday ready now, before the hustle and bustle of the season sets in.  We've already shared projects to get our kitchens and bedrooms in shape for the holiday season, and today we're working on ways to get our Living Rooms ready for holiday guests.

Inevitably, when people visit your home this holiday season, at some point they will pull out their phone or other electronic device and need access to your wi-fi.  There's always a good funny video to share with the family, right?  ;)  I thought it would be nice for the wi-fi password to be easily accessible to guests, so I created a simple chalkboard sign to display that information.  This great vintage-looking silver metal tray came from Dollar Tree of all places, so it cost next to nothing to make this project.

dollar tree, dollar store crafts, wifi password sign, diy chalkboard, chalkboard craft, blue and white lamp

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TIPS FOR VIEWING INSTAGRAM STORIES (AND A WINTER GARDENING IDEA)


I recently had lunch with some friends and at some point the conversation turned towards Instagram.  As we talked about Instagram stories, it became evident that they weren't aware of a few tricks I knew to make viewing stories a bit easier and more enjoyable.  I thought for sure everyone knew these things, but since my smart friends didn't, I thought others might enjoy these tips too.  I shared them on my Instagram stories a while back, but those expire so quickly I decided to share them here for everyone who might not have caught that round of stories.

(Before I continue, did you notice things look a little different around here???  I'm so excited to have a new blog design, and if you missed it I posted all about the new features and how to navigate things last week in this post.  Take a look if you missed it!)

If you're Instagram savvy and already know all of these tips, fantastic!  Scroll down to the bottom of the post for a winter gardening tip, and I'll see you next time!  If you feel like you could use some help with Instagram stories, keep reading.

First of all, here's the most basic tip. If you want to skip a story you're watching, just tap somewhere along the right side of the screen to move on to the next story.   Just take care not to click on a link or tag in that area that will take you somewhere else.


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TIME FOR A NEW BLOG DESIGN, TAKE A LOOK AROUND!


About 2 months ago I marked 6 years of blogging, and a new look for the blog has been long overdue around here!  I've been so excited about this new blog design and couldn't wait to get it up and running to share with you.  I wanted a cleaner look with more features to make things easier to navigate, as well as past projects easier to find.

Do you like the new header?  I made it myself and am pretty proud if I do say so!  I scanned a piece of gingham scrapbook paper and my favorite Kate Spade table runner into the computer and used the images for the design.


FEATURES

I wanted to point out a few features of the new design that will make your experience here better.  First off, there's a new menu bar across the top, and it stays in place as you scroll down the page so it's always easy to access.  



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MY FIVE FAVORITE TIPS TO TAME THE HOLIDAY CRAZY (WAYS TO PREPARE FOR THE HOLIDAYS)


Welcome to My Five Favorites today!  Pam from Simple Details, Lisa from Shine Your Light, Kris from Driven by Decor and I are all so excited to share our best holiday prep tips with you.  I know I need all of the help I can get to tame the holiday crazy, and I suspect you might too.




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FALL INTO THE HOLIDAYS- EVALUATE YOUR BEDDING


Hi friends, welcome back to the second part of our Fall Into The Holidays series!  With the encouragement of our organizer Lisa from Shine Your Light, each week we're sharing simple ideas to get 4 rooms in your home holiday ready now, before the hustle and bustle of the season sets in.  Last week we shared kitchen related projects, and today we're working on ways to get our bedrooms in shape for the holidays.


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SWEET SATURDAY #20


Well I've painted gingham walls and pumpkins, but chargers??? This is definitely a "why didn't I think of that?" project!  Love this colorful table setting from Ariel at PMQ for Two.


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FALL INTO THE HOLIDAYS- KITCHEN PANTRY ORGANIZATION AND UPDATE


For the next month, I'm so excited to be joining some of my blogger friends as we prepare for the holidays (Thanksgiving is already less than a month away)!  The craze and busy-ness of the season can quickly turn stressful, so we thought we'd try to curb some of the crazy and try to get some things knocked off of our prep to-do lists early.  Each week we'll focus on a different room of the house, and pick one small project (ideally fairly quick and easy), to tackle in order to be more prepared as the holidays roll around.  Many thanks to our smart friend Lisa from Shine Your Light for coming up with this idea and issuing the challenge to get our homes in order!  This week we're focusing on the Kitchen...probably the most important room for holiday prep!  I decided to overhaul my pantry- cleaning it out, taking stock of what I have, getting it organized, and sprucing it up a bit.


kitchen pantry, paint, holiday prep, organization

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HALLOWEEN MIX AND MATCH TABLESCAPE


I typically don't do much decorating for Halloween, but when Ariel from PMQ for Two invited me to create a Halloween Tablescape along with some other talented ladies, I couldn't say no!  True to my style, I filled my table with a variety of mix and match patterns, sticking to a traditional Halloween color palette.  



I pulled tons of black and white parts and pieces from around my house.  Even though there are many different patterns, the consistent black and white unifies everything.  

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GINGHAM PAINTED PUMPKIN TUTORIAL || PAINTED PUMPKIN TIPS AND DESIGN IDEAS



When I posted this photo on Instagram over the weekend, everyone was so sweet and went crazy for it!  I've had several people express interest in instructions for how to make it, so I put together this gingham painted pumpkin tutorial for you today.  I've been busy for the past few days painting lots of pumpkins, so I'll share some other design ideas with you too.   



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FALL FRONT PORCH DECORATIONS USING HOT PINK AND ORANGE


October is flying by, but I finally got my front porch all decorated for Fall.  I reused several pieces from last year's fall porch decorations, but changed up the color scheme, adding in some hot pink and white with the orange for completely different look.



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SIMPLE DIY FALL HOOP WREATH


I'm switching up my Fall decor a bit this year (finally getting around to decorating!).  Seeing a big trend with embroidery hoop floral wreaths lately, I thought this season was the perfect opportunity to try one out!

fall wreath, embroidery hoop wreath, fall decorations, front porch, blue front door

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THE PLAID PINEAPPLE- PRODUCTS WITH A PURPOSE | GINGHAM SNEAKERS


I've been blogging for over 6 years now and have had many opportunities to share some amazing products and companies with you.  I've never been as excited to share a company with you as I am today, though!  I want to introduce you to The Plaid Pineapple, it's founder Denise, her purpose for her business, and tell you why I'm so happy to be working with them.  And, I'll show you the cutest gingham sneakers you ever did see in the process, too! (This post contains affiliate links.)


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OKC DESIGNER SHOWHOUSE TOUR- PART 2


Well, you all sure had some strong opinions about Part 1 of the Designer Showhouse Tour that I shared last week.  And, for the most part I agreed with you.  I debated whether to even show you the rest of the house.  However, even though it's not an over the top fabulous show house and some of the design is pretty out there, I think there are still ideas to be gleaned and lessons to be learned.  I think Audrey's comment from Part 1 of the tour sums up my intent best:

"As a whole I join the consensus, but I'm always distilling the parts so I can integrate them into my own spaces. There were pieces like the monopoly game that my engineer/builder son will HAVE to make! I loved the possibilities of the black and white study! Many light fixtures were to die for!"

So, here's (most of-I still edited out some of it) the rest of the house!

This upstairs office was one of my favorite spaces, the graphic wallpaper and velvet chairs were the highlights for me.


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SWEET SATURDAY #19



This traditional style home has pretty color in every room.  Some muted, some bold...there's a lot to study and take in.



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MY FIVE FAVORITE IDEAS FOR DECORATING KIDS' ROOMS


Welcome to My Five Favorites today!  Pam from Simple Details, Lisa from Shine Your Light, Kris from Driven by Decor and I are all so excited to share our favorite kid's room ideas with you today.

We're so happy to welcome our guest Julie Blanner this month.  Julie has a simple, clean, polished style and I always think of one word when I see any of her work... dreamy.  Everything she does is just gorgeous!



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OKC DESIGNER SHOWHOUSE TOUR- PART 1


A few weeks ago a friend and I toured a Designer Showhouse that was open here in Oklahoma City.  I took plenty of photos and thought you might like to see the tour as well.  I believe that designers from a variety of local decor stores were responsible for decorating each room, and to my understanding this was a pre-existing home that was used for the Showhouse while on the market.  The design throughout the home varies greatly, some things I really liked and some things I did not.  To each his own, right?  I'll show you at least a look from each room, and highlight some of the things I thought were good ideas and things that inspired me for future projects.   There were so many rooms that I'll share a portion of the house today and will do a second post with the rest of the home at a later time.

The covered porch was all decked out, that tassel garland caught our eye and we want to make one of our own! Also, how about that rug...look familiar?   ;)


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SWEET SATURDAY #18


Have you toured the HGTV Urban Oasis Home yet?  WOW!  I could sit and stare at every photo for days.  Love Bryan Patrick Flynn's work!  Not only is the interior incredible, the exterior of the home is so, so good as well.



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IKEA FAVORITES {2}


Early last year I shared some Ikea Favorites with you, and after realizing that there were so many things that I didn't include on that list I thought it was time for another round!

Some of these are things that I consider to be Ikea "staples"... what I purchase time and time again, what I'm glad I purchased, and things that I use in my home.  If you don't get to Ikea often, the store can be VERY overwhelming, and it's easy to end up wandering around aimlessly caught up in a sea of choices in each department.  So, I'm highlighting some things to keep an eye out for when you go. The in-store photos are phone pics and the lighting is bad, but they should give you an idea of what things look like on the shelf.   I did try to include the label in the photo so you could see the price, too.



IKEA, stockholm pillow, eivor blanket, ribba frame, poppig tray, gurli pillow, lappljung ruta pillow


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NEW WHITE BUILT-IN SHELVES IN THE LIVING ROOM



This Summer only had one significant DIY project, I painted the built-in shelves in the living room white!  You might have caught a peek of the changes here or there, but I'm just now getting around to formally sharing it with you.  I thought I'd better get it photographed before things get decked out for Fall!

While cabinets, peacock mirror, brass trunk, brick fireplace, urbane bronze, blue and white porcelain, green malachite fabric
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MY 45 SECONDS OF FAME WITH HOBBY LOBBY


Over the summer I had the opportunity to participate in a few projects with Hobby Lobby.  Their corporate offices are located here in Oklahoma City and they invited me to help them create some videos featuring their farmhouse style products, then later in the Summer invited me back to do some Fall and Christmas videos.  The videos were all released on various social media channels, but I realize there are probably some of my readers that might have missed them there and thought you might like to see the finished videos.


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SWEET SATURDAY #17


I know we're all holding our breath and nervous for our friends in Florida and along the Atlantic coast as Hurricane Irma blows in.   I'm sure you feel the same way, I just can't get over the magnitude of this storm.  We continue to pray for our family and friends in the Houston area, and now Florida and up the coast through the weekend and for the days ahead.


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FALL DECOR TIPS HOME TOUR 2017


Today I'm joining a group of super talented decorators and bloggers to share our best Fall decor tips that you can try in your home as you start thinking about decorating this year.

*Affiliate links may be used in this post for your shopping convenience. 


I'm grateful to Randi of Randi Garrett Designs and Jen of Decor Gold Designs for putting this tour together.  All of these posts today will be such a nice resource for new Fall decorating ideas.  If you're visiting from Maison de Pax, welcome!  Rachel's fresh, clean style is just flawless and I'm anxious to put some of her tips to good use.  If you're new here, my style is fairly traditional with a huge dose of color and pattern added in.  We've been in this home for 10 years, working all along the way to update it and make it our own.  Welcome, come on in and take a look around for Fall!

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