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Monday, May 30, 2016


First of all, Happy Memorial Day, everyone!  I'm thankful to those who have or are currently serving our great country, and to the families of those who lost someone as they served.

Our kids are both out of town on church youth choir trips, so we're planning on spending lots of time right here today (and I'll FINALLY be revealing this entire space to you next week!)  

Sofa  ||  Rug  ||  Red Pillow  ||  Blue Pillow  ||  Brass Ginger Jar  ||  Flag Afghan, vintage  ||  

Whew, time flies fast!  I try to do a review like this once every other month, but May totally slipped by me.  Here are the highlights from the past few months...

My blog friends and I are loving sharing Our Five Favorites with you on the first Tuesday of every month.  We'll be back with another installment next Tuesday.

I had wanted to do this project for-ev-er but could never find just the right basket.  I finally stumbled across some and went crazy with the pom poms (again!). 

I shared a few travel posts, including 2 spots to visit if you're ever in our great state of Oklahoma.  Oklahoma....London.... there's two opposite ends of the spectrum for you!  :)

I set an unconventional Easter table with loads of bold color, and was thrilled to have it featured in an online magazine (which is a really good issue)!

How to Set a Pretty Table (step by step instructions), featured in Everything Home Magazine (p. 63)

I'm wrapping up the last few patio tutorials, and told you about my favorite things I've purchased at Ikea, as well as showed you how I've used them in my home.

Outdoor Mantel Decor (Decorating with a Mounted TV)

I shared my Spring Home Tour- next week I'll be showing you our home all ready for Summer.

I spent some time crafting with some friends for a Ladies' event at our church, and took some time to write a tutorial for you and share some ideas for inexpensive yet beautiful decorations for large events.

A HUGE part of the past 3 months was working on my Powder Bath for the One Room Challenge.  I'm actually surprised I got ANYTHING done other than this room!

(This post contains links to all other posts in the series leading up to the reveal.)

So far I've shared 2 tutorials for projects in the Powder Bath:

Wow, in the day to day it always seems like I'm not getting much accomplished, so I'm always surprised to see how full these reviews are!  Hope you find some things to catch up on, and have the best holiday today, friends!

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  1. I love your bold style, fellow Oklahoman! What I love most is that you are not afraid of color, and color to me is a very important component in decorating.


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